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[en] In December 2012, ASN published a national action plan in response to the recommendations of the 2012 European Peer Review of Stress Tests and the 2. Extraordinary Meeting of the Convention on Nuclear Safety (CSN) in 2012. This action plan includes the prescriptions of ASN resolutions of June 26, 2012 aimed at increasing the robustness of nuclear power plants in extreme situations beyond the safety margins already available to the facilities. This report presents the provisions defined by EDF in response to ASN prescriptions. These provisions contribute to the improvement of: - the protection against internal or external aggression; - the means of electrical power supply; - the provisions to prevent accidents with core melt; - the provisions to prevent the uncovering of fuel assemblies in the pool; - the management of accidents with core melt; - the emergency management; - the means of intervention on sites through the implementation of the nuclear rapid action force (FARN). The provisions defined by EDF enable to close the actions of the action plan and to respond to the recommendations resulting from the European stress tests peer review. This report is thus the final version of the national action plan drawn up in 2012. In addition, supplementary modifications to those issued from the action plan are being implemented in French nuclear power plants as part of continuous improvement. These improvements are notably presented at the periodic review of the Convention on Nuclear Safety.