One lesson from the early days of the Fukushima accident was that should something happen at an NPP anywhere around the world, there's an urgent and wide need everywhere to get as much technical background info of the plant concerned as possible. There are several databases around the world aiming to collect plant data centrally, but these usually lack the level of detail that would be necessary to be really useful. And being available for the general public is a value in itself, which many of the databases lack. Since there are freely available documents around the Internet (in spite of many of them disappearing from free distribution following the 9/11 events), I have been thinking of creating an index page to help myself to quickly locate helpful documents, should a need arise. And, while at it, might as well make it public to help others in the same situation. As a first crude step, I started a thread on the discussion forum of the Finnish Nuclear Society to make it easier to quickly bookmark good documents, whenever such are encountered. The link is here: http://www.ats-ydintekniikka.fi/toimituskeskustelu/viewtopic.php?f=3&t=64 [Broken] and all contributions are naturally more than welcome. Guest posting is allowed, so if you have some links to useful public technical data with relevance for reactor accident management you would like to share, from that thread they will find their way to the aforementioned link page. Or, if the moderators see it fit, such links could possibly be posted directly to this thread as well?