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3 April, 2019

Fostering Nuclear Human Resources Requires Continual Effort, Says JAIF President

On March 28, President Akio Takahashi of the Japan Atomic Industrial Forum (JAIF) gave his monthly press briefing, at which he outlined what went on at the recent "Presentations by the Atomic Industry 2020" (PAI).

JAIF President Akio TakahashiThe PAI was held in Tokyo on March 3 and in Osaka on March 6, jointly sponsored by JAIF and Kan Gen Kon (Kansai Genshiryoku Kondankai), an association of nuclear-related organizations in the Kansai region (centered in Osaka). A combined total of eighty companies and organizations (forty-six in Tokyo and thirty-four in Osaka) participated this year, eight more than in the previous year. Although the number of participating entities in the PAI seminar had dropped after the nuclear accident at Fukushima Daiichi in March 11, 2011, it has increased yearly since 2013. Commenting on those numbers, President Takahashi noted, “All companies seem to be struggling to secure the necessary human resources. At the same time, the recognition of the seminar has grown.” On the other hand, while the n...more
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