The Physical Protection of Nuclear Material

INFCIRC/225

In June 1972 a booklet entitled "Recommendations for the Physical Protection of Nuclear Material" was prepared...

Revisions and Addendums

INFCIRC/225/Corr.

1 February 1976
Corrigendum...
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INFCIRC/225/Rev.1

1 June 1977
The Physical Protection of Nuclear Material provides guidance and recommendations for the physical protection of nuclear material against theft in use, storage and transport, whether national or international and whether peaceful or military, and contains provisions relating to the sabotage of nuclear material or facilities...
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INFCIRC/225/Rev.2

1 December 1989
The recommendations, which have resulted from an update of recommendations issued by the Agency in 1977 (in document INFCIRC/225/Rev.1), are reproduced for the information of all Member States...
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INFCIRC/225/Rev.3

1 September 1993
The Physical Protection of Nuclear Material provides guidance and recommendations for the physical protection of nuclear material against theft in use, storage and transport, whether national or international and whether peaceful or military, and contains provisions relating to the sabotage of nuclear material or facilities...
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INFCIRC/225/Rev.4/Corr.

1 June 1999
Physical protection against the theft or unauthorized diversion of nuclear materials and against the sabotage of nuclear facilities by individuals or groups has long been a matter of national and international concern...
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INFCIRC/225/Rev.4/Corr.1

1 May 1999
The Physical Protection of Nuclear Material provides guidance and recommendations for the physical protection of nuclear material against theft in use, storage and transport, whether national or international and whether peaceful or military, and contains provisions relating to the sabotage of nuclear material or facilities...

INFCIRC/225/Rev.5

1 January 2011
The purpose of this publication is to provide guidance to States and their competent authority on how to develop or enhance, implement and maintain a physical protection regime for nuclear material and nuclear facilities, through the establishment or improvement of their capabilities to implement legislative and regulatory programmes to address the protection of nuclear material and nuclear facilities in order to reduce the risk of malicious acts involving that material or those facilities...
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