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[en] The decree refers to average procedures in cases of radiation accidents including evaluation of the accident, information to proper institutions and populations and activities for abolishment of the threat
[en] The decree refers to requirements and procedures for adaptation training period and skill test to exercise professions of nuclear safety and radiation protection inspector, experimental reactor operator or dosimetrist, spent fuel or radioactive waste storage or processing operator etc
[en] The resolution states that: first: all the entities of the country having Ionic smoke detectors in use are to be communicated to the National Center for Nuclear safety in correspondence with the format that is shown in the annex to the present. This formation must be updated every three years. Second: Entities possessing Ionic smoke detectors in use, must be corresponding management as radioactive waste of such detectors in the term of one year from the entry into force of this resolution with the center of protection and of radiation hygiene purposes ensure safe and proper management as radioactive material into disuse. Third: Importing entities, distributors, and that made the Assembly of ionic smoke detectors, continue to be governed by the provisions of the resolution No.. 25/98 of this Ministry, Rules for the authorization of practices associated the employment of las radiation ionizing. Fourth: Entities in which ionic smoke detectors are installed must complete information according to the annex to the present format and send it to the National Center for Nuclear safety within a period of 30 days from the installation of such detectors. Fifth: Entities that possess Ionic smoke detectors and decide to continue using them should not be the evacuation of the same with the center of protection and hygiene of radiation, for the purpose of ensuring a safe and proper management as radioactive material in disuse, notifying this Act to the National Center for Nuclear safety.
[en] This resolution states that all legal persons importing, exporting or using scrap ferrous and nonferrous scrap hereinafter in the country, establish appropriate control mechanisms, in line with the procedure laid by the National Center for Nuclear Safety, in order to detect the possible presence of radioactive contamination in it and in the course of being suspected of such contamination must be notified immediately to the National Center for Nuclear Safety.
[en] This decree concerns the transfrontier environmental impacts evaluation of all activities. The environment concerns the land, water and air and also consequences on the public health. It presents the cooperation, the research programs, the rules and the implementation of the evaluation and provides seven appendix which detail the concerned activities and a reference evaluation document contain. (A.L.B.)
[en] This Regulation aims to establish the rules that govern the basic requirements for the selection, training and authorization of personnel performing practices associated with the use of ionizing radiation for the purposes of the availability of sufficient qualified personnel for the purposes of ensure the safety of the practice and therefore the protection of workers, the public and the environment.
[en] The Enbridge Canadian pipeline extends from Edmonton, Alberta to Gretna, Manitoba where it connects with the Lakehead pipeline system to service markets in the United States. Enbridge has proposed to expand its services to southern PADD 2 and PADD 3 in anticipation of increased oil sands production. Enbridge Pipelines Inc. applied to the National Energy Board to implement a Non-Routine Adjustment in accordance with section 7.1(A)(i) of the Incentive Toll Principles of Settlement for the years 2000-2004, or an equivalent mechanism. The objective was to obtain financial support for the initiative to extend service into the Cushing, Oklahoma area. Enbridge requested approval to collect $US 10 million a year for 5 years from shippers on its Canadian mainline system that it would transfer to the Spearhead Pipeline Project. Flint Hills Resources indicated its intention to contest the settlement. This document presents the views of the Board expressed in an oral hearing as well as the views of the applicant, interveners, Flint Hills Resources, and other parties. The Board considered factors such as the growing oil sands production, market requirements, timeliness of new market access, impacts on existing shippers, level of shipper support and possible system benefits. The Board determined that the application by Enbridge would result in efficient use of the existing infrastructure and enable access to new markets in a timely manner. It also determined that the toll impact is fair and did not find the arguments of Flint Hills to be persuasive. 1 fig., 2 appendices
[en] This resolution provides that the importation and purchase of radioactive lightning rods throughout the national territory is prohibited also not the assembly of new radioactive lightning rod is allowed although these have in storage. All currently employs radioactive lightning rods should replace conventional, within ten (10) years from the entry into force of this Resolution. The radioactive lightning rods in use, for any reason lose tightness sources must be removed immediately. In all cases should proceed to the safe management of radioactive lightning rod as disused source with the Center for Health and Safety of Radiation or other entity authorized to do so, in order to avoid undue risk to lives, property and the environment environment.