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Security of Radioactive Material in Use and Storage and of Associated Facilities

IAEA Nuclear Security Series No. 11-G (Rev.1)
English STI/PUB/1840 978-92-0-110018-4
105 2 50.00 2019

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This new revision provides guidance to States and their competent authorities on how to establish or improve, implement, maintain and sustain the elements of the nuclear security regime related to radioactive material, associated facilities and activities, with particular emphasis on the development of regulatory requirements. The publication applies to the security of radioactive material in use or in storage as well as associated facilities and associated activities and assists Member States in their regimes against unauthorized removal of the radioactive material or sabotage performed with the intent to cause harmful radiological consequences.

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IAEA Nuclear Security, Implementing Guide, Radioactive Material, Radioactive Material Use, Radioactive Material Storage, Radioactive Material Transport, State Responsibility, Nuclear Security Responsibilities, Legislative Framework, Regulatory Framework, International Cooperation, Safety System, Threat Assessment, Security Functions, Security Measures, Regulatory Programme, Graded Security Levels, Security Based Categorization, Regulatory Approach, Prescriptive Approach, Performance Based Approach, Vulnerability Assessment, Security

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