This course is based on lectures from the Regional Workshop on the IAEA Nuclear Safety Standards.
One DVD with Video-Synchronized Power Point Presentations can be requested via this link. The Safety Standards Programme Overview:
- Legal and Governmental Infrastructure for Nuclear Radiation, Radioactive Waste and Transport Safety Requirements
- Safety Guides for Legal and Governmental Infrastructure
- Safety Requirements for Site Evaluation of NPPs: Part 1
- Safety Requirements for Site Evaluation of NPPs: Part 2
- Safety Guides for Site Evaluation of NPPs
- Safety Requirements for Design of NPPs
- Safety Guides for Design of NPPs
- Requirements for Safe Operation of NPPs with Comparison to OSART Experience
- Safety Guides for Operation of NPPs
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