Presentation on theme: "24.02.20141 RA (Regulatory Authority) - Nuclear and Radiation Safety Service Ministry of Environment Protection and Natural Resources PERSPECTIVES ON NUCLEAR."— Presentation transcript:
24.02.20141 RA (Regulatory Authority) - Nuclear and Radiation Safety Service Ministry of Environment Protection and Natural Resources PERSPECTIVES ON NUCLEAR FORENSICS GEORGIA J. Mamasakhlisi
24.02.20142 Basic Responsibilities RA – NRSS - Nuclear and Radiation Safety Service - Ministry of Environment Protection and Natural Resources; Centre for Special Operations – Ministry of Internal Affairs; Patrol Police – Ministry of Internal Affairs; Customs Service (Department of Tax Income) – Ministry of Finances; National Forensics Bureau - Radiation Expertise Laboratory; Depository of Radioactive Materials (Institute of Physics) – Ministry of Science and Education; Security Police – Ministry of Internal Affairs; Facility Operator (threat category III facilities – according to IAEA GS-R-2 and EPR Method 2003). J. Mamasakhlisi
24.02.2014J. Mamasakhlisi3 Current Legal basis Law on Nuclear and Radiation Safety (#1674, October 30, 1998) Law on Police (July 27, 1993) Law on State Border (#1536, July 17, 1998) Customs Code (# 1101, November 14, 1997) Law on State Secret (#455, October 29, 1996) Law on State Intelligence Service (#1227, February 18, 1998) Law on Strengthening Combating Terrorism (#1265, February 20, 1998) Law on Control of Export and Import of Military Ammunition and Dual-purpose Commodities (#1351, April 28, 1998) Law on International Conventions (#934, October 16, 1997) Law on Security of Hazmat Facilities (#1143, December 10, 1997) Criminal Code National Plan on Response to a Radiological Emergency
24.02.2014J. Mamasakhlisi4 Anticipated Legal Documents Amendments to Law on Nuclear and Radiation Safety (draft stage); Law on Transportation of Radioactive Material (draft stage); Law on Radioactive Waste Management (daft stage); Code of Conduct on Safety and Security of Radioactive Sources; Concept of Operations related to combating illicit trafficking on borders (draft stage); Relevant regulations (guides, protocols, directives, orders) to above documents; Joint Plan on Response to Illicit Trafficking of Nuclear and Radioactive Material - RITNUM
24.02.20145 Resources NCA (NRSS) – Experts and Equipment CSO (MOIA) – Intelligence personnel, equipment; Border Police (MOIA) – On-duty shifts, hand-held equipment; Patrol Police (MOIA) – On-duty shifts, portal monitors, hand-held detectors; Customs Service (Ministry of Finances) – On-duty shifts, hand-held equipment, portal monitors; Security Police (MOIA) – On-duty armed shifts. Centralized Depository for radioactive material (Institute of Physics – Ministry of Science and Education) – newly equipped with modern physical protection equipment; Radiological Expertise laboratory - National Bureau of Expertise) – expertise of detained material; State owned TCO – s (Technical Support Organizations) – DELTA, State University, Technical University; Private legal entities – mainly oriented on expertise of foodstuff. J. Mamasakhlisi
24.02.2014J. Mamasakhlisi6 Nuclear Forensics - weak and strong points NFB – Radiation Expertise Laboratory: Monopoly; Staff change; Inadequate human resources; Incomplete equipment and methodology resources (radiochemistry part); Irrelevant monetary policy NFB - Strong point: Independent Agency; Legal order to issue conclusion for court. TCOs – DELTA, University labs: Inadequate human resource; Outdated equipment; Weak financial support
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