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The Regulatory Process for the Decommissioning of Nuclear Facilities (Safety Series)
International Atomic Energy Agency.
by Intl Atomic Energy Agency
Written in English
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However, decommissioning is generally considered as a regulated activity and many countries have included an article in their national legislation, which requires a licence for the entire post-operational phase of a nuclear facility, starting with the final shutdown and extending over the entire decommissioning process. The number of parallel decommissioning projects of large scale facilities required by the phase-out of nuclear power could pose challenges in terms of the availability and maintenance of competences at all levels (operators, regulatory body, technical support organizations, and suppliers).
decommissioning of nuclear installations. It aims to assist in ensuring that the decommissioning of these facilities is conducted in a safe and environmentally acceptable manner in accordance with good international practice. This document is also used for regulatory assessment of a licence application for decommissioning a controlled facility. Safe & Efficient Nuclear Facility Decommissioning. NorthStar offers a comprehensive program designed to help our customers navigate the complex process of decommissioning nuclear facilities and obtain the required regulatory closures to release the site for unrestricted reuse or redevelopment.
involved in decommissioning and dismantling (D&D) of nuclear facilities. These include operators, regulators, policy makers and those representing local communities likely to be affected by shutdown of major facilities. The purpose of D&D is to allow removal of some or all of the regulatory controls that apply to a nuclear site. Objective As the final step of the nuclear facility life, decommissioning differs quite significantly from the operational period of life. Objective As the final step of the nuclear facility life, decommissioning differs quite significantly from the operational period of life.
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Operation to decommissioning of a nuclear facility involves changes in the risks presented by the facility. The efficiency of regulation may be improved by ensuring that the regulatory process is sensitive to this new risk environment.
Acknowledgement The WPDD and the Regulators’ Forum wish to express their gratitude to. Get this from a library. The regulatory process for the decommissioning of nuclear facilities.
[International Atomic Energy Agency.]. The IAEA has systematic programmes to provide Member States with the guidance, services and training necessary for establishing a legal and regulatory framework for the safe use of nuclear technologies, including the planning and implementation of decommissioning.
The model regulations provided in. This book critically reviews the nuclear decommissioning processes and technologies applicable to nuclear power plants and other civilian nuclear facilities. Part one focuses on the fundamental planning issues in starting a nuclear decommissioning process, from principles and safety regulations, to financing and project management.
Decommissioning Nuclear decommissioning is a term used to describe the process of removing a nuclear facility or site safely from service and reducing residual radioactivity to a level that permits (i) release of the property for unrestricted use and termination of the license or (ii) release of the property under restricted conditions and termination of the license.
issues that may arise during decommissioning and which the regulatory body should be prepared to deal with in the framework of its regulatory system.
The discussions in this report relate primarily to nuclear power plants, but the decommissioning principles and the regulatory challenges apply to other nuclear facilities as well. P Environmental Protection Regulations for Domestic Licensing and Related Regulatory Functions PartDomestic Licensing of Special Nuclear Material PartLicensing Requirements for the Independent Storage of Spent Nuclear Fuel, High-Level Radioactive Waste, and Reactor-Related Greater than Class C Waste.
Decommissioning Planning • A nuclear facility should be designed in such a way as to ease decommissioning • An end point of decommissioning is to be defined • A decommissioning plan (DP) should be prepared during planning of a nuclear facility (initial plan) • The DP should be updated and improved during operation.
It should be amended. The publication is written for operators of accelerator facilities, particularly those facilities approaching the decommissioning stage, or operators maintaining a facility in a deferred dismantling state, as well as for regulators, waste managers, decision makers at government level, local authorities, decommissioning contractors and designers.
Decommissioning of Nuclear Facilities - Regulatory Requirements - Ernst Warnecke; NSRW R²D²Project: Basics of Decommissioning of Research Reactors / Manila; October 2 International Atomic Energy Agency Lesson Objectives (1) • Discuss the requirements that should be in place to support the decommissioning process.
Decommissioning is the process that comprises the final shutdown of a nuclear facility and restoration of the site to a predetermined final condition. The process includes putting the reactor in a guaranteed shutdown state, and decontaminating and dismantling the facility.
as well as legislative and regulatory requirements. Definition. Nuclear decommissioning is the administrative and technical process whereby a nuclear facility such as a nuclear power plant (NPP), a research reactor, an isotope production plant, a particle accelerator, or uranium mine is dismantled to the point that it no longer requires measures for radiation progressive demolition of buildings and removal of radioactive material.
The Regulatory Process for the Decommissioning of Nuclear Facilities (Safety Series) [Not Available] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. The objective of this communication plan is to outline the U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission (NRC) strategy for communicating the key messages regarding the NRC process and practices for public and stakeholder engagement during the decommissioning of nuclear power plants, as.
for the decommissioning of nuclear facilities. All the major types of facilities encountered in the nuclear fuel cycle were represented.
Over high-level specialists from around the world attended, including representatives of the Regulatory Commission of Spain and decommissioning projects. Decommissioning of Nuclear Facilities - Release from Regulatory Control - Ernst Warnecke; NSRW R²D²Project: Basics of Decommissioning of Research Reactors / Manila; October 2 International Atomic Energy Agency Lesson Objectives • Understand the rationale for establishing the criteria used for release of materials, buildings and.
This report, through a question-and-answer format, provides U.S. Nuclear Regulatory'Commission (NRC) staff responses to frequently asked questions on the decommissioning process for commercial, nuclear power reactors.
The questions were taken from a variety of sources over the past several years. Decommissioning of Nuclear Facilities. Supplement 1. Regarding the Decommissioning of Nuclear Power Reactors. Appendices N, 0 and P. Final Report. Manuscript Completed: October Date Published: November Division of Regulatory Improvement Programs.
Office of Nuclear Reactor Regulation. U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission. The decommissioning process is paid for through a fund that each plant operator creates during construction. According to the World Nuclear Association, about two-thirds of the total estimated cost of decommissioning all U.S.
nuclear reactors has already been collected. However, when reactors are retired earlier than planned, shortfalls in.
Regulatory document REGDOC, Decommissioning, sets out requirements and guidance regarding the planning for decommissioning, preparation for decommissioning, execution of decommissioning and completion of decommissioning of decommissioning of Class I nuclear facilities, uranium mines and mills, and nuclear substances and radiation devices.
The USA Nuclear Regulatory Commission (NRC) is an independent regulator tasked with protecting public health and safety regarding nuclear energy.
13 The NRC sets out the fundamental requirements for nuclear power plant decommissioning in a range of regulations, 14 revised in August to reflect the experience obtained during actual.
This book critically reviews the nuclear decommissioning processes and technologies applicable to nuclear power plants and other civilian nuclear facilities. Part one focuses on the fundamental planning issues in starting a nuclear decommissioning process, from principles and safety regulations, to financing and project s: 2.This publication provides guidance on how to comply with requirements for the safe decommissioning of nuclear power plants, research reactors, and other nuclear fuel cycle facilities.
It addresses all the aspects of decommissioning that are required to ensure safety including: roles and responsibilities, strategy and planning for.