The Swiss Federal Council confirms six incumbent members of the ENSI Board for the coming legislative period.
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At its meeting on 4 March 2022, the Federal Council followed the proposal of the ENSI Board and elected Paul Bossart as a new member of the ENSI Board. Paul Bossart will take office on 1 April 2022.
With her departure, the ENSI Board is losing a member who brought important know-how and experience to the Board in the areas of safety, organisational culture and risk management.
Against the background of the lessons learnt from the major nuclear accident in Fukushima, the ENSI Board will continue to carry out its duties both vigilantly and independently, while ensuring the clear separation of ENSI’s regulatory safety function on the one hand from economic and political interests on the other.
At the end of 2020, Jacques Giovanola stepped down from the ENSI Board having reached retirement age. Since January 2012, he had been a member of the ENSI Board, offering his proven expertise in the field of nuclear and reactor technology, particularly in the field of failure and fracture mechanics.