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[en] The purpose of the meeting presentation is for the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) to provide an up-to-date status of the Waste Isolation Pilot Plant (WIPP) Compliance Criteria rulemaking (40 CFR part 194). The final rule cleared the Office of Management and Budget (OMB) review process, pursuant to Executive Order 12866, in January 1996. The rule was signed by the EPA Administrator and subsequently published in the Federal Register on February 9, 1996 (61 FR 5224-5245). This summary will discuss, in general terms, the rulemaking process and the contents of the final rule
[en] The 21. AIDN / INLA Congress was organized by the International Nuclear Law Association, in Buenos Aires, between the October 20 and 23, 2014. In this event, were presented almost 50 papers about these subjects: radioactive sources, safety and licensing, radioactive waste management, radiation protection, nuclear transport, security and non-proliferation, nuclear liability and insurance, etc.
[en] The aim of this work is to put points on the codification of international law of nuclear energy and its uses in military and peaceful in the first part. The second part was devoted for the imperfection of the law of international nuclear.
[en] During her speech, presenter outlined several issues regarding on establishment of Safety and Health Division since 40 years. This division contain of 3 sub unit; Physical Safety Group, Medical Physic Group and Non-ionizing Radiation group (NIR). The objectives of this division to implement R and D activities and services regarding safety and radiological health also non-radiological to ensure public safety, environment and asset suit with obligations established by authorities, IAEA standards and regulations.(author)
[en] Australia is a major producer and exporter of ores and minerals (coal, oil, gas, iron ore, bauxite, phosphate rock and mineral sands) which unfortunately can contain NORM. In some industries the management of possible NORM/TENORM exposures is already being. In the oil and gas industry for example radiation protection measures are implemented for staff undertaking maintenance on non-contaminated equipment. However there is still widespread non-regulation in other industries that adequately address the potential occupational and public health concerns relating to NORM/TENORM. The application of radiological protection regulations is currently not uniform throughout Australia. There are nine separate jurisdictions (State, Territory and Commonwealth) having responsibility for radiation safety legislation associated with artificial and naturally occurring radioactive material (NORM). The lack of uniformity in areas such as licensing, exemption limits and the fact that some parts of regulations in individual jurisdictions do not meet current international best practice, creates problems across jurisdictions. (author)
[en] A short history of nuclear regulations in the Philippines is briefly discussed. Enumerated are the responsibilities and duties of the Philippine Atomic Energy Commission as mandated by the government in licensing and regulating nuclear materials and facilities. Likewise, information on the issuance of a construction permit and operating licence as well as the enforcement program of the commission are given. (ELC)
[en] This complete law book covers the french whole legislation upon classified plants. The so called classified plants are all the industrial plants described in the nomenclature of the law of july 19th 1976. Creating, ruling, dismantling and rehabilitating those plants are explained from the legal point of view, as well as responsibility and repairs in case of an accident. European policy prospects are sketched out.(D.L.)