Form A — IAEA Training at Argonne

Invited Participants & Subject Matter Experts only. Please do not complete this form if you have not received an invitation.


Harassment Policy

Harassment of any kind is not acceptable. Harassment is unwelcome conduct that is found to be offensive, regardless of the intentions of the person who initiates the conduct. It includes physical or verbal conduct or visual displays. Sexual and other forms of unlawful harassment may include slurs, jokes, statements, gestures, pictures, or cartoons regarding an employee’s race, color, age, religion, gender, pregnancy, gender identity, national origin, ancestry, sexual orientation, citizenship status, disability, veteran status, marital status, genetic information, or any other characteristic protected by law or executive order.


For Training Course Participants

By accepting the award of participant in the IAEA-Argonne Training Course Program, it is agreed to comply with the obligation of attending all sessions. Any special request in regards to attendance must be submitted to [email protected] for approval at least one week prior to the start of the course.

During the course, if any unexpected circumstances occur that cause a participant to be late or absent, it isrequired to inform our office immediately. Failure to do so may result in cancellation of award and ertificate of completion.

Note: All participants are required to stay at the lodging reserved by Argonne. Hotel reservations must not be altered or canceled. No exceptions will be granted.


Review of Safety & Security

Safety and Security are always foremost at Argonne. All comments or jokes about the presence of explosives, weapons, or any statements perceived as threatening will be taken very seriously and will be considered an actual threat. Employee and visitor vehicles are randomly selected to be searched upon entering the site.

In-Person Courses: All work performed must be conducted in a manner such that all reasonable measures are taken to protect the health and safety of all persons, to protect the environment, and to minimize accidental damage to property. The host institution considers participants and subject matter experts in the IAEA-Argonne Training Course Program the same as its employees with respect to Environmental, Safety and Health (ESH). If required, the host institution will provide site-specific training, e.g., building orientation, emergency procedures/equipment.

It is the participant's responsibility to follow all instructions from the training course host and understand all instructions. If you do not understand the procedure, please ask for clarification. To avoid any complications, do not access any of areas of the site unless otherwise authorized or escorted by the host.

All Argonne visitors must follow the COVID-19 Health and Safety Protocols as stated on

All travelers must follow the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) Orders as stated on

Virtual Courses: Participants and speakers are not permitted to forward or transfer the virtual meeting link/information to others.



IAEA Programs at Argonne National Laboratory reserves the right to use any photograph/video taken throughout the event.

By failing to notify IAEA Programs, in writing, your desire to not have your photograph/video used by IAEA Programs, you are providing your permission for IAEA Programs to use any photograph/video on their website, social media, publications or other media material produced including but not limited to: brochures, posters, newspaper articles, magazines, etc.


Differences are Celebrated

IAEA Programs at Argonne is proud to work within a diverse climate, partnering with global citizens from all different cultures. We are committed to promoting an inclusive environment in which all differences among us are honored and respected. The future in peaceful uses of nuclear energy and technology depends on our ability to successfully engage and amplify voices cross-culturally. Join us in listening to, learning from, and partnering with experts around the world.

We ask the participants and subject matter experts support this commitment.

At Argonne National Laboratory, we accelerate science and technology to ensure U.S. prosperity and security. Our Core Values provide the foundation for our success.

  • Impact
    We think creatively, pursue innovative ideas, and deliver excellence to positively change our community, nation, and world.
  • Safety
    We take personal responsibility for the safety, security, and well-being of ourselves, those around us, and our environment.
  • Respect
    We embrace diversity, value the perspectives and contributions of others, and act professionally toward all.
  • Integrity
    We are honest, keep our commitments, and take responsibility for our actions and outcomes.
  • Teamwork
    We include and inspire others, share and communicate openly, and celebrate success as one Argonne team.