The intensity of Be-9 + p nuclear fusion reactions was experimentally studied during second harmonic (2 omega CH) ion-cyclotron resonance heating (ICRH) and further analyzed during fundamental hydrogen minority ICRH of JET-ILW hydrogen and deuterium plasmas. In relatively low-density plasmas with a high ICRH power, a population of fast H+ ions was created and measured by neutral particle analyzers. Primary and secondary nuclear reaction products, due to Be-9 + p interaction, were observed with fast ion loss detectors, gamma-ray spectrometers and neutron flux monitors and spectrometers. The possibility of using Be-9(p, d)2 alpha and Be-9(p, alpha)Li-6 nuclear reactions to create a population of fast alpha particles and study their behaviour in non-active stage of ITER operation is discussed in the paper.