Safety of Nuclear Powerplants - Operation (IAEA NS-R-2)

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National Commission for Nuclear Activities Control, Romania Rohar, S. Nuclear Regulatory Authority, Slovakia Stuller, J. State Office for Nuclear Safety, Czech Republic Taylor, R. International Atomic Energy Agency Vaišnys, P. International Atomic Energy Agency Wright, P. Bradwell Nuclear Power Plant, United Kingdom 29 ADVISORY BODIES FOR THE ENDORSEMENT OF SAFETY STANDARDS Nuclear Safety Standards Advisory Committee Belgium: Govaerts, P. J. , Royen, J. , Canada: Bishop, A. ; IAEA: Karbassioun, A.

The generation of radioactive waste shall be kept to the minimum practicable in terms of both activity and volume, by appropriate operating practices. Treatment and interim storage of radioactive waste shall be strictly controlled in a manner consistent with the requirements for safe final disposal. 9. The operating organization shall establish and implement a programme to manage radioactive waste safely. This programme shall include collection, segregation, treatment, conditioning, on-site transport and storage, and dispatch of radioactive wastes, and shall be made available to the regulatory body.

11. The operating organization shall establish and implement procedures for monitoring and controlling discharges of radioactive effluents. A copy of these procedures shall be made available to the regulatory body. 12. If required by the regulatory body, the operating organization shall establish and implement a programme for monitoring the environment in the vicinity of the plant in order to assess the radiological impacts of radioactive releases on the environment. 9. 1. The operating organization shall make arrangements for control of records and reports important to safety.

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