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Conference NATO Advanced Research Workshop on Challenges in Radiation Protection and Nuclear Safety Regulation of the Nuclear Legacy (2007 : Zvenigorod, Russia)
Title Challenges in radiation protection and nuclear safety regulation of the nuclear legacy / edited by Malgorzata K. Sneve, Mikhail F. Kiselev.
Imprint Dordrecht ; London : Springer, 2008.

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Series NATO science for peace and security series. C, Environmental security
NATO science for peace and security series. Series C, Environmental security.
Subject Nuclear power plants -- Safety measures -- Congresses.
Radiation -- Safety measures -- Congresses.
Alt Name Sneve, Malgorzata K.
Kiselev, Mikhail F.
North Atlantic Treaty Organization.
Description 1 online resource (xiii, 235 pages) : illustrations, maps.
Note "Proceedings of the NATO Advanced Research Workshop on Challenges in Radiation Protection and Nuclear Safety Regulation of the Nuclear Legacy, Moscow, Russia, Sept. 2007"--Title page verso.
Bibliography Note Includes bibliographical references.
Contents Note continued: Features of Solving the Problems of Remediation of "Sevrao" Facilities: Strategic Planning of Ecological Remediation of the Facility for Spent Nuclear Fuel and Radiation Waste Temporary Storage in Gremikha -- B.K. Bylkin, Yu. E. Gorlinsky, V.A. Kutkov, O.A. Nikolsky, Pavlenko, Yu. V. Sivintsev, B.S. Stepennov and N.K. Shandala -- Transport-Technological Scheme of High-Level SRW Management from the Reactor Facilities in the Northwest Russia -- V.A. Mazokin -- Techa Reservoir Cascade: Safety and Regulation Problems -- Yu. G. Mokrov, Yu. V Glagolenko, E.G. Drozhko and S.I. Rovny -- Restoration Principles and Criteria: Superfund Program Policy for Cleanup at Radiation Contaminated Sites -- S. Walker -- Chairmen: S. Testov and J. Valentin -- Challenges in Radiation Safety Regulation with Respect to Supervision of FSUE "SevRAO" Facilities -- V.R. Alekseeva -- Regulative Provision of Waste Management Regulatory Supervision at SevRAO Facility -- O.A. Kochetkov, S.G. Monastyrskaya, B.E. Serebryakov, N.P. Sajapin, V.G. Barchukov and M.K. Sneve -- Regulatory Case Studies and Western Experience Concerning Nuclear Legacy -- C. Deregel and F. Gauthier -- About Activity of the Federal Medical Biological Agency in the Field of the State Safety Regulation at Atomic Energy Use -- V.V. Romanov -- Radiation Protection of the Public and Environment Near Location of SevRAO Facilities -- N.K. Shandala, A.V. Titov, N. Ya Novikova, V.A. Seregin, M.K. Sneve and G.M. Smith -- Special Features of the Personnel Radiation Protection Assurance During SNF and RW Management at SevRAO Facilities -- A.V. Simakov, O.A. Kochetkov, Yu. V. Abramov, M.K. Sneve and A.V. Grigoriev -- Regulatory Control of Radioactive Waste in Sweden.
Summary A NATO workshop was held in September 2007 under the Security through Science framework to consider the current challenges in regulation of the nuclear legacy. The overall objective was to share East-West competence and experience in radiation protection and nuclear safety supervision of installations built during the cold war, particularly in relation to regulatory strategies for safe decommissioning of unique or unusual nuclear facilities and remediation activities. There were over 60 participants from 8 countries as well as representatives from the International Commission on Radiological Protection, the International Atomic Energy Agency and NATO. The organisations involved included regulatory authorities, operators and technical support organizations. The new Russian Federation Unified State Programme for Handling Spent Fuel and Radioactive Waste was introduced and the steps necessary to set this up as a comprehensive programme of activities were described. Some waste management sites are in a poor state. Legacy management experience was provided from the UK, France and the USA. Information was provided on methods for site characterisation and separation of wastes into exempt, low-level and intermediate level waste, and the complication of dealing at the same time with chemical hazards, such as beryllium. Strategies for contaminated site management were also explained and the associated risk assessment methods outlined. The Russian Federation has responsibility to manage its own nuclear legacy. But it is also one of several countries in the global network of nuclear activities. Harmonisation of approaches is valuable in building future cooperation, but local conditions may influence the best local solution. Accordingly, future exchanges, such as those provided for by this workshop, should be encouraged. There are many complex issues to be addressed and they cannot all be solved at once. Clear recognition of the major threats, as well as weakness in regulatory processes, can be useful in directing future resources. However, at this stage it is clear that there are specific regulatory issues to address as well as a need to maintain development of an enhanced overall safety culture. Such guidance needs to be thoroughly based on the best use of scientific and technical information. At the same time, part of the solution relates to policy issues and value judgements, and so broader interaction among regulators, operators and other stakeholders is to be encouraged.
Note Print version record.
ISBN 9781402086342
9781402086335 (pb)
1402086334 (pb)
9781402086328 (hb)
1402086326 (hb)
ISBN/ISSN 10.1007/978-1-4020-8634-2
OCLC # 272313969
Additional Format Print version: NATO Advanced Research Workshop on Challenges in Radiation Protection and Nuclear Safety Regulation of the Nuclear Legacy (2007 : Zvenigorod, Russia). Challenges in radiation protection and nuclear safety regulation of the nuclear legacy. Dordrecht ; London : Springer, 2008 9781402086328 1402086326 (DLC) 2008928524 (OCoLC)231885006