IAEA OSMIR DATABASE Norisuke Yamaji, Operational Safety Section
What is OSMIR? • OSART Mission Results database • Distributed through a restricted IAEA website(Collaboration site for OSART) • Contains results from OSART missions and Follow-up visits from 1991 (Continually being updated)
What is OSMIR? (cont’d) The information stored in the OSMIR database is the same as the findings contained in OSART mission reports. OSART Mission Report (De-restriction) FINDINGS REVIEW • Issues - Recommendations - Suggestions • Good practices OSMIR Database
OSART report structure Beginning part • Cover • Preamble • Foreword • Contents • Introduction and main conclusion (2 pages) End part • Definitions • List of IAEA references • Team composition Middle part • General review results • Detailed findings in each review area
OSMIR data (Issues) OSART report OSMIR form
OSMIRdata (Issues) after FU visits OSART report OSMIR form
OSMIRdata (Good practices) OSART report OSMIR form
What data is stored in OSMIR? Whole OSART missions OSART mission : No.1 – 188 (1983 – 2015) Follow-up visits : No.1 – 127 (1989 – 2015) Results in OSMIR OSART mission : No.50 – 188 (127 missions) Follow-up visits : No.18 – 127 (100 visits) • 2962 Recommendations • 2185 Suggestions • 1245 Good practices
Why is OSMIR useful? You can look through past findings. • By year • By reactor type • By country • By plant • By review area • By review topic • By findings type (Recommendation, Suggestion, Good practice) • By text search
Why is OSMIR useful? (cont’d) For OSART reviewers; After getting some findings, reviewers can check; • whether there were similar findings in the past. • which IAEA Standards were referred on similar issues. For Member States; They can get; • strengths and weaknesses in other NPPs and let them be lessons to themselves. • how other NPPs solved similar issues. For OSS; Used to assist in creating OSART highlights report and generate statistics.
What is necessary to use OSMIR? • Computer • Microsoft ACCESS • Credential from IAEA (OSS)
How to start OSMIR? Double click the icon, and you can start OSMIR! (old version)
How to use OSMIR? (Findings report) In making a “Findings report”, You can set whatever conditions you want. You can start from 4 types of conditions; • By area and topic • By country and plant • By reactor type • By year
How to use OSMIR? (Findings report) In each condition you can add several filters. In each category you can set more than 2 filters. Country: France Country: South Africa Mission year from:1995 to:2000 Mission year from:2005 to:2015 Reactor type: BWR Reactor type: PWR
How to use OSMIR? (Findings report) You can use the text search function in a flexible way. Exact expression • equipment qualification • steam generator Match case • EQ • SG Whole word only Start with • contractor • contractors • subcontractor …
How to use OSMIR? (Findings report) You get a Findings report!
How to use OSMIR? (Statistics) For the effective utilization of OSMIR data, some graphic functions are available. • The numbers of findings in each topic • Follow-up status in each topic • The number of missions by region
How to use OSMIR? (Statistics) • The numbers of findings in each topic
How to use OSMIR? (Statistics) • Follow-up status in each topic
How to use OSMIR? (Statistics) • The number of missions by region. We are going to improve OSMIR with proposals from Member States.