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Review and assessment of nuclear facilities by the regulatory body

Review and assessment of nuclear facilities by the regulatory body

safety guide

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Published by International Atomic Energy Agency in Vienna .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Nuclear facilities -- Safety regulations.,
  • Independent regulatory commissions.

  • Edition Notes

    StatementInternational Atomic Energy Agency.
    SeriesSafety standards series -- no. GS-G-1.2.
    ContributionsInternational Atomic Energy Agency.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination46 p. ;
    Number of Pages46
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL17720087M
    ISBN 109201117027

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INTERNATIONAL ATOMIC ENERGY AGENCY, Review and Assessment of Nuclear Facilities by the Regulatory Body, IAEA Safety Standards Series No. GS-G, IAEA, Vienna (). Download to: EdNote BibTeX *use BibTeX for Zotero. Get this from a library. Review and assessment of nuclear facilities by the regulatory body: safety guide.

[International Atomic Energy Agency.;] -- This safety guide provides recommendations on how to satisfy the requirements established in Safety Standards Series No. GS-R-1, Legal and Governmental Infrastructure for Nuclear, Radiation. Review and assessment of nuclear facilities by the regulatory body: safety guide.

Vienna: International Atomic Energy Agency, p. ; 24 cm. (Safety standards series, ISSN X ; no. GS-G) STI/PUB/ ISBN 92 0 7 Includes bibliographical references. Nuclear facilities Safety measures. International Atomic Energy Agency.

Description. This Safety Guide provides recommendations for regulatory bodies on how to meet the requirements in respect of the inspection of nuclear facilities, regulatory enforcement and related matters established in Safety Standards Series No.

GS-R-1, Legal and Governmental Infrastructure for Nuclear, Radiation, Radioactive Waste and Transport Safety. @article{osti_, title = {Risk Assessment Review Group report to the U. Nuclear Regulatory Commission. [PWR; BWR]}, author = {Lewis, H W and Budnitz, R J and Kouts, H J.C. and Loewenstein, W B and Rowe, W D and von Hippel, F and Zachariasen, F}, abstractNote = {The Risk Assessment Review Group was organized by the U.S.

Nuclear Regulatory Commission on July 1,with four. the regulatory body by requiring that: “In order to ensure that the proper skills are acquired and that adequate levels of competencies are achieved and maintained, the regulatory body shall ensure that its staff members participate in well defined training programmes.

GS-G Organization and Staffing of the Regulatory Body for Nuclear Facilities (e-version ) This safety guide is superseded by GSG GS-G Review and Assessment of Nuclear Facilities by the Regulatory Body (e-version ).

Pursuant to the Atomic Energy Act, the Atomic Energy Regulatory Board (AERB) designated by the Central Government, is the Competent Authority as the Regulatory Body for granting, renewal, withdrawal and revocation of consents for Nuclear and Radiation Facilities.

References •Governmental, Legal and Regulatory Framework for Safety, GSR Part 1 •Safety Assessment for Facilities and Activities, GSR Part 4 •Review and Assessment of Nuclear Facilities by the Regulatory Body, GS-G •Documentation for Use in Regulating Nuclear Facilities, GS-G •Licensing Process for Nuclear Installation, SSG This book can be a useful guide to any plant design engineer involved in the construction of new nuclear power plants or any other facilities part of the nuclear fuel cycle.

On Nuclear Facilities share ' Share Review by Boris K. on 14 May facebook facebook Share Review by Boris K. on 14 May twitter twitter Share Review by Boris K. The GSR Part 3 explicitly states that "The regulatory body shall establish and enforce requirements for safety assessment, and the person or organization responsible for a facility or activity that gives rise to radiation risks shall conduct an appropriate safety assessment of this facility or activity.”.

recognized functions of a regulatory body for nuclear facilities results in competence needs. Using the systematic approach to training (SAT), TECDOC provided a framework for regulatory bodies for managing training and developing and maintaining its competence.

It has been successfully used by many Size: KB. Regulatory Review of Level-1 Probabilistic Safety Assessment for Nuclear Power Plants and Research Reactors Probabilistic Safety Assessment for Nuclear Power Plants and Research Reactors: Published: Standards and guides to be prepared by the regulatory body for Nuclear and Radiation Facilities: Published: General: Regulatory.

Get this from a library. Methodology for the systematic assessment of the regulatory competence needs (SARCoN) for regulatory bodies of radiation facilities and activities. [International Atomic Energy Agency,] -- "The IAEA has introduced a methodology and an assessment tool - Systematic Assessment of Regulatory Competence Needs (SARCoN) - which provides practical guidance on analysing the.

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Status of Applications for Review of Nuclear Fuel Cycle Facilities【PDF:68KB】 “Enforcement of the New Regulatory Requirements for Commercial Nuclear Power Reactors” and its attachment “New Regulatory Requirements for Light-Water Nuclear Power Plants– Outline –”have been posted on web.【PDF:MB】.

functions of a nuclear regulatory body result in competence needs with a focus to nuclear facilities. Using the internationally recognised Systematic Approach to Training (SAT), TECDOC provided a framework for regulatory bodies to manage, developing and maintaining the competenceFile Size: KB.

from 9 to 20 June to conduct an Integrated Regulatory Review Service (IRRS) mission to activities of the regulatory body, including the authorization process, review and assessment, discourage the staff of nuclear facilities from reporting on deficiencies related to safety.

The IAEA Integrated Regulatory Review Service Information Meeting: Dublin Dublin, Ireland Ahmad Al Khatibeh, • Long-term operation and ageing management of nuclear facilities – Implementation and completion of a regulatory body self-assessment by the host country, including upon request, a self.

All the nuclear regulatory bodies in the 16 selected countries in GAO's review—13 of which currently operate nuclear power reactors and 3 of which are developing or considering developing civilian nuclear power programs—have taken steps to strengthen nuclear safety in response to the Fukushima Daiichi accident in Japan.Licensing Nuclear Installations This guide provides an overview of the nuclear regulatory regime and the processes for licensing and delicensing nuclear sites.

It is published on the Office for Nuclear Regulation's website at The text of this document (this excludes, where present, the Royal Arms and allFile Size: 1MB.The IAEA's International Safety Standards. While regulating safety is a national responsibility, international standards and harmonized approaches to safety promote consistency and help to provide assurance that nuclear and radiation related technologies are used safely.