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The IAEA Waste Safety Standards History and Outlook Luc Baekelandt Federal Agency for Nuclear Control Brussels, Belgium LB/Euradwaste 2004/00.

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1 The IAEA Waste Safety Standards History and Outlook Luc Baekelandt Federal Agency for Nuclear Control Brussels, Belgium LB/Euradwaste 2004/00

2 Hierarchy of the Standards Safety Fundamentals Safety Requirements Safety Guides LB/Euradwaste 2004/01

3 Development Process (1) LB/Euradwaste 2004/02 Secretariat Safety Standards Committee(s) Commission on Safety Standards Secretariat Document Preparation Profile

4 Development Process (2) LB/Euradwaste 2004/03 Expert Group Secretariat Safety Standards Committee(s) Member States Board DG PUBLICATION Commission on Safety Standards Secretariat Safety Standard

5 Published Waste Safety Standards LB/Euradwaste 2004/04

6 Waste Safety Standards under development LB/Euradwaste 2004/05

7 New Structure (1) LB/Euradwaste 2004/06 Safety of nuclear facilities Radiation protection and safety of radiation sources Safe management of radioactive waste Safe transport of radioactive material General safety (cross-cutting themes)

8 New Structure (2) LB/Euradwaste 2004/07 Thematic StandardsFacility specific Standards Legal and governmental infrastructure Emergency preparedness and response Management systems Assessment and verification Site evaluation Nuclear power plants: design Nuclear power plants: operation Research reactors Fuel cycle facilities Radiation protection Radiation related facilities and activities Radioactive waste management Decommissioning Rehabilitation of contaminated areas Waste treatment and disposal facilities Transport of radioactive material

9 LB/Euradwaste 2004/08 Waste treatment and disposal facilities

10 LB/Euradwaste 2004/ G-1.1 (1994)WS-G-2.3 (2000) Classification of radioactive wasteRegulatory control of radioactive discharges to the environment WS-G-2.5 (2003)WS-G-2.6 (2003) Predisposal management of low and intermediate level radioactive waste Predisposal management of high level radioactive waste DS160DS292 Management of Waste from the Use of Radioactive Materials in Medicine, Industry and Research Storage of radioactive waste DS336 Management Systems for the Treatment, Handling and Storage of Radioactive Waste Radioactive Waste Management DS298 Fundamentals of Nuclear, Radiation, Radioactive Waste and Transport Safety (combining 110, 111-F and 120 ) Safety Guide Safety Fundamentals Safety Requirements WS1 (new) Radioactive Waste Management (to supersede predisposal part of WS-R-2 )

11 LB/Euradwaste 2004/10 DS298 Fundamentals of Nuclear, Radiation, Radioactive Waste and Transport Safety (combining 110, 111-F and 120 ) WS6 (DS333) Decommissioning of Nuclear Facilities (to supersede decommissioning part of WS-R-2 ) WS-G-2.1 (1999) Decommissioning of nuclear power plants and research reactors WS-G-2.2 (1999) Decommissioning of medical, industrial and research facilities WS-G-2.4 (2001) Decommissioning of nuclear fuel cycle facilities DS332 The Removal of Sites and Buildings from Regulatory Control on the Termination of Practices Safety Guide Safety Fundamentals Safety Requirements Decommissioning

12 LB/Euradwaste 2004/11 DS298 Fundamentals of Nuclear, Radiation, Radioactive Waste and Transport Safety (combining 110, 111-F and 120 ) WS-R-3 Remediation of Areas Contaminated by Past Activities and Accidents DS172 Derivation of Remediation Values for Areas with Radioactive Residues from Past Activities and Accidents and their Implementation Safety Fundamentals Safety Requirements Safety Guide Rehabilitation of contaminated areas

13 LB/Euradwaste 2004/12 DS161 DS62 Strategy for monitoring radionuclides in the environment RS1 (new)RS-G-1.4 Occupational Radiation Protection (to combine RS-G-1.1, RS-G-1.2, RS-G-1.3) Building Competence in Radiation Protection And the Safe Use of Radiation Sources RS-G-1.5DS114 Radiological Protection for Medical Exposure to Ionizing Radiation DS343DS315 DS319three more new documents Safety Fundamentals DS298 Fundamentals of Nuclear, Radiation, Radioactive Waste and Transport Safety (combining 110, 111-F and 120 ) Safety Requirements 115 International Basic Safety Standards for Protection against ionizing Radiation and for the Safety of Radiation Sources Safety Guide Application of the Concepts of Exclusion, Exemption and Clearance Radiation Protection

14 LB/Euradwaste 2004/13 DS298 Fundamentals of Nuclear, Radiation, Radioactive Waste and Transport Safety (combining 110, 111-F and 120 ) GS2 (new) Safety Assessment and Verification NS-G-1.2 NS-G-2.3 NS-G G1 WS3 (new) Safety Assessment of Radioactive Waste Disposal Facilities (to supersede WS-G-1.1 ) DS284 Safety assessment for nuclear and radiation facilities other than reactors and waste repositories (potential overlap with NS10 ) three more new documents Safety Requirements Safety Guide Safety Fundamentals Assessment and Verification

15 LB/Euradwaste 2004/14 Application of the Standards IAEA operations International conventions National legislation


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