Pime 2009

15 -18 February 2009, Edinburgh, United Kingdom

Quality, experience, inclusiveness……just part of the added value that our cast of speakers brings to this year’s conference! Among the top-level speakers that will be driving the debates at PIME 2009 are senior experts from a variety of backgrounds and disciplines, each bringing a range of professional skills and personal insight to the debating table. Their mission is to focus our minds on new approaches to meeting some of the challenges that nuclear communicators face every day.

Jim Murphy, the UK government’s Minister for Scotland will set things rolling with the conference’s opening address.

Several senior figures will provide a personal take on what communicators can do to tackle issues of enduring public interest, such as safety, crisis management and waste management. One example is Andrej Stritar, Director of the Slovenian Nuclear Safety Administration and a member of the European Commission’s European Nuclear Safety Regulators Group (ENSREG), who will focus on how to effectively manage a crisis.

There will also be a number of consultants from outside the nuclear community present, providing fresh ideas and food for thought. These include Marc Michils, CEO of advertising giant Saatchi and Saatchi, in Brussels and Malcom Grimston, from Chatham House, home of the Royal Institute of International Affairs.

So, make sure you listen to what the speakers have to say and pick their brains.

Don’t forget, there is still time to register for PIME 2009, but don’t hang around…do it now!

Unfortunately, the technical visit to the Torness NPP on 18 February has been sold out!


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