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Planning and Organizing Nuclear Security Systems and Measures for Nuclear and Other Radioactive Material out of Regulatory Control

Technical Guidance

English STI/PUB/1842 978-92-0-100119-1
58 7 43.00 2019

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This publication provides guidance on the planning and organization of nuclear security systems and measures for the detection of criminal or intentional unauthorized acts involving nuclear and other radioactive material out of regulatory control (the detection architecture, as described in IAEA Nuclear Security Series No. 21) and for the response to potential nuclear security events (the response framework). The guidance includes processes for reviewing the adequacy of existing nuclear security systems and measures, identifying gaps in capabilities and resources, and designing new systems and measures to address identified gaps.

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IAEA Nuclear Security, Radioactive Substances, Detection, Nuclear Non-Proliferation, Security Systems, Nuclear Industry, Security Measures, Planning Process, Nuclear Security Systems, Measures, Radioactive Material, Regulatory Control, Criminal, Unauthorized Acts, Regulatory Control, Detection Architecture, Response Framework, Resources, Nuclear Security Events, Functional Outcomes, Capabilities, Integrated Design Plan, Communication, Strategies, Coordination, Sustainability, Roles and Responsibility, Gaps, Unauthorized Acts, Competent Authorities, Personnel, Organization, Legislation, Regulations, Risk Assessment

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