Atomic Act

Original Language Title: atomový zákon

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18/1997.


LAW
Dated 24 January 1997

On the peaceful use of nuclear energy and ionizing radiation

(Atomic Act)

And amending and supplementing certain acts

Change: 83/1998 Coll.

Change: 71/2000 Coll.

Change: 132/2000 Coll.

Change: 13/2002 Coll. (Part)

Change: 13/2002 Coll.

Change: 310/2002 Coll.

Change: 320/2002 Coll.

Change: 279/2003 Coll.

Change: 13/2002 Coll. (Part), 186/2004 Coll.

Change: 1/2005 Coll.

Change: 253/2005 Coll.

Change: 413/2005 Coll.

Change: 342/2006 Coll.

Change: 186/2006 Coll.

Change: 296/2007 Coll.

Change: 124/2008 Coll., 189/2008 Coll.

Change: 274/2008 Coll.

Change: 158/2009 Coll.

Change: 223/2009 Coll.

Change: 227/2009 Coll.

Change: 249/2011 Coll.

Change: 250/2011 Coll.

Change: 375/2011 Coll.

Change: 249/2011 Coll. (Part)

Change: 350/2012 Coll.

Change: 64/2014 Coll.

Change: 250/2014 Coll.

Parliament has passed this Act of the Czech Republic:
PART I


Peaceful use of nuclear energy and ionizing radiation
CHAPTER ONE

PRELIMINARY PROVISIONS


§ 1
Subject Matter


This law regulates

A) the method of use of nuclear energy and ionizing radiation and Conditions
carrying out activities related to the use of nuclear energy and
activities leading to radiation

B) the system for protection of people and the environment from the adverse effects of ionizing radiation
,

C) the obligations in the preparation and implementation of interventions to reduce
natural exposure and exposure due to radiation accidents

D) specific requirements for civil liability for damages
in case of nuclear damage

E) conditions for safe management of radioactive waste,

F) state administration and supervision in the use of nuclear energy, while
activities leading to exposure and of nuclear items.

§ 2
Basic concepts


For the purposes of this Act

A) activities related to nuclear energy

First siting, construction, commissioning, operation, reconstruction and
decommissioning of nuclear facilities,

Second designing nuclear facilities

Third design, manufacture, repair and verification systems
nuclear facilities or their parts, including materials for their production,

Fourth design, manufacture, repair and verification of packaging assemblies for
transport, storage or disposal of nuclear materials

Fifth handling of nuclear materials and selected items and, in the case
use in the nuclear field is dual-use,

6th research and development activities referred to in paragraphs 1-5,

7th Training of individuals dedicated to nuclear safety
to the activities referred to in paragraph 1

8th transport of nuclear materials,

B) activities leading to irradiation

First Radiation activity which is

Aa) activity artificial ionizing radiation in which
may increase the exposure of individuals, in addition to activities in the event of a radiological emergency
or

Bb) activity where natural radionuclides are processed for their
radioactive, fissile or fertile properties,

Second activities in connection with the performance of work which is associated with increased
presence of natural radionuclides or increased influence of cosmic radiation and
leads or could lead to a significant increase in exposure of
persons

C) the source of ionizing radiation, substance, instrument, or device that
capable of emitting ionizing radiation or releasing radioactive substances

D) nuclear safety and capability of nuclear installations and persons serving
nuclear facilities to prevent uncontrolled development
fission chain reaction, or leak of radioactive substances
or ionizing radiation into the environment and limit the consequences of accidents
,

E) radiation protection system of technical and organizational measures to reduce exposure
individuals to protect the environment,

F) physical protection system of technical and organizational measures
prevent any unauthorized activities with nuclear facilities, nuclear materials and
selected items,

G) emergency preparedness capability to detect a radiological emergency

Situation and at its occurrence to perform measures specified in emergency plans

H) nuclear facilities

First building and operating units containing a nuclear reactor
utilizing a fission chain reaction

Second equipment for the production, processing, storage and disposal of nuclear materials
, apart from uranium ore treatment and storage of uranium concentrate

Third storage of radioactive waste, with the exception of repositories containing
exclusively natural radionuclides

Fourth facilities for the storage of radioactive waste with an activity
exceeds the value set by the implementing legislation,

I) selected equipment components or systems of nuclear facilities
important in terms of nuclear and technical safety, security
included in classes according to their importance for the safety of nuclear installations, according
security features of the system to which they belong and
according to the severity of their failures. Criteria for ranking and distribution
selected equipment into safety classes shall be laid down
prescription

J) nuclear item

First nuclear materials, which are

Aa) starting materials, which represents uranium containing the mixture of isotopes
occurring in nature; uranium depleted in the isotope 235U or thorium, and
each of the items in the form of metal, alloy, chemical compound or
concentrate, as well as materials containing one or more of the items listed in
concentration or amount exceeding values ​​
set by the implementing legislation,

Bb) special fissile materials which represents 239Pu, 233U,
uranium enriched in the isotopes 235U or 233U and materials containing one or more
of these radionuclides, except for starting materials, the concentration or amount exceeding values ​​
set by the implementing legislation,

Cc) other materials, if so stipulated in the implementing legislation,

Second selected items, which are materials, equipment and technology
designed and manufactured for use in the nuclear field, the list is
stated in the implementing regulation,

Third dual-use items, which are materials, equipment and
technologies that are designed and manufactured for use in nuclear
areas, but they are useful in this area, listed in the implementing regulation
, || |
K) radiation incident event, which has resulted in unacceptable
release of radioactive substances or ionizing radiation, or an inadmissible exposure
individuals

L) radiation accident radiation accident, which requires extraordinary
measures to protect the population and the environment

M) radiological emergency situation following the radiation accident or
after a radiation accident or such
detect elevated levels of radioactivity or exposure which require urgent measures to protect individuals
, || |
N) emergency plan set of planned measures to deal
radiation accident or radiation emergency and to limit their consequences, which are processed for


First nuclear facility or workplace where the
perform radiation activities (internal emergency plan)

Second transport of nuclear materials or ionizing radiation
(emergency rule)

Third the area around the nuclear installation or workplace where the
source of ionizing radiation, which is based on the results of analyzes of the possible consequences of a radiation accident
apply the requirements in terms of emergency planning
called emergency planning zone (outer
emergency plan)

O) decommissioning activities aimed at easing
nuclear installations or workplaces where radiation practices were performed to
use for other purposes

P) Radioactive substance means any substance that contains one or more
radionuclides and whose activity or mass activity of the aspects of radiation protection
negligible,

R) radioactive waste substances, objects or equipment containing
or contaminated by radionuclides for which no further use
,

S) storage of radioactive waste and spent nuclear fuel in advance
temporary placement of radioactive waste or spent,
possibly irradiated nuclear fuel in designated areas or objects
device


T) for radioactive waste disposal permanent placement of radioactive waste
into areas, facilities or installations without the intention of further
relocation

U) radioactive waste space, object or device
surface or underground used for the disposal of radioactive waste

V) limits and conditions of safe operation of nuclear facilities set
clearly defined conditions, proving that the operation of nuclear facilities
is safe, and which consists of data on allowable
parameters, requirements for operability, setting | || protective systems, requirements for work of the staff and organizational
measures to meet all defined conditions for design
operating conditions

W) ionizing radiation energy transfer in the form of particles or electromagnetic waves
wavelength less than or equal to 100
nanometers, or with a frequency greater than or equal to 3x1015 hertz
which is capable of directly or indirectly creating ions

X) radiation exposure of individuals and the environment ionizing radiation
, which is particularly

First occupational exposure of individuals in connection with the performance of work at
radiation activities

Second medical exposure within

Aa) medical diagnosis or treatment,

Bb) of occupational health services and preventive services

Cc) voluntary participation in healthy individuals or patients in medical or
biomedical, diagnostic or therapeutic, research programs at
non-phase authentication methods,

Dd) medico-legal procedures ^ 1)

Third accidental exposure of individuals as a result of a radiation incident or radiation accident
, with the exception of emergency exposure,

Fourth emergency exposure of intervening individuals voluntarily participating
intervention, during which he could be exceeded either of
exposure limits set for radiation workers

Fifth persistent exposure arising from long-term consequences after
radiological emergency or resulting from the activities leading to irradiation
whose performance was already complete,

6th potential exposure, which can not be predicted with certainty, but
probability of its occurrence can be predicted,

Y) Exposed worker means any natural person professional
exposed to radiation; It is not important whether they are employees or physical
entities acting in a legal relationship,

A) members of the public any natural person, except
exposed workers in the performance of their work, individuals
during their practical vocational training, individuals exposed to radiation
for the purposes of medical diagnosis or treatment , physical
persons outside their professional duties or voluntarily accompany
provide assistance to those exhibited irradiation
a medical examination or treatment, and individuals participating voluntarily using methods
which are not yet in clinical practice introduced

Aa) the critical population group with model group of individuals who
represents those members of the public who are from the source and route of exposure
the most irradiated,

Bb) monitored zone areas, which are subject to continuous oversight
for radiation protection purposes,

Cc) controlled area spaces with controlled access in which
are special rules for radiation protection or
preventing the spread of radioactive contamination

Dd) optimization of the radiation protection procedures to achieve and maintain a level of radiation protection
that risk to life, health and environmental
as low as reasonably achievable when
account economic and social aspects

Ee) constraint means the upper limit of the expected benefits which the source
can act on individuals and which is determined for the purpose of preparing
optimization of radiation protection

Ff) a guideline or indication criterion for assessing the level
radiation protection, which applies in cases where not available
details of the activities performed resulting in exposure or
implementation of the intervention, which would allow
evaluate the optimization of radiation protection for the individual case

Gg) benchmark indicator or criterion, beyond which

Or failure to implement the measures in radiation protection;
implementing legal regulation stipulates the details to determine benchmarks and measures
result of their crossing,

Hh) diagnostic reference levels guideline value for irradiation
medical radiodiagnostics,

Ii) release value by weight levels of activity or total
activity during the exceedance may be radioactive waste
radioactive substances and objects or equipment containing radionuclides or contaminated
introduced into the environment without permission || | State Office for nuclear safety,

Jj) exemption levels of activity concentration values, or the total
activities during the overrun of radionuclide contamination
generally regarded as negligible

Kk) limit indicator or criterion for regulating
undue exposure to natural radionuclides

Ll) intervention activities aimed to prevent or reduce exposure of
sources of ionizing radiation, which are not subject to radiation activities
leading to exposure or who have failed inspection, and acting on
sources, pathways or irradiated persons

Mm) health detriment probability of health damage caused
somatic effects of ionizing radiation, including cancer and serious
genetic disorders that may occur in individuals
after exposure to ionizing radiation, which provides risk estimation
reduce the length and quality of life

Nn) the ability of technical safety of selected equipment during activities
associated with the use of nuclear energy without jeopardizing
under specified conditions of its operation human health and property throughout its lifetime
and ensure continued compliance with the technical requirements that
are contained in the implementing regulation or other binding
technical specifications for the selected device.

§ 2
Sensitive activities


The sensitive activities under a special legal regulation 1c) consider

A) in the organization and management of the nuclear installation

First organization and management of nuclear facility,

Second organization or management activities by
internal emergency plan or emergency rules,

Third organization and management of the activity radioactive waste

Fourth shift control of the nuclear power plant, including various energy
blocks

Fifth shift control a nuclear research reactor

B) in the handling of nuclear materials included in the I or II.
Category in terms of physical protection

First accounting and control of nuclear materials,

Second management or control of the handling of nuclear materials

Third management or control of the storage of nuclear materials,

Fourth organizing the transport of nuclear materials,

Fifth organizing transportation of ionizing radiation sources requiring permits
Office

C) in the provision of physical protection of nuclear materials or nuclear devices


First management or control of physical security of nuclear materials or nuclear devices
,

Second management or operator control and operation control center and control center staff
technical system of physical protection

Third management or control of the maintenance and repair of the technical system of physical protection
and its components.

§ 3

Competence of the State Office for Nuclear Safety

(1) State administration in the use of nuclear energy and ionizing radiation and
radiation protection performed by the State Office for Nuclear Safety
(hereinafter the "Office"), which is the central administrative authority.

(2) The Office is headed by the President appointed and dismissed by the Government; selection
appointment and dismissal of the Chairman shall be governed by the Civil Service Act.

(3) Office

A) exercise state supervision over nuclear safety, nuclear items, physical
radiation protection, emergency preparedness and
technical safety of selected equipment and monitors compliance
obligations hereunder,

B) exercises control nuclear proliferation and state supervision
nuclear items and physical protection of nuclear materials and nuclear facilities
,

C) authorizes the pursuit of activities under this Act and type
approving containers for the transportation and storage of nuclear materials

And radioactive substances specified in an implementing regulation,
sources of ionizing radiation and other products

D) issue authorizations for activities of selected personnel

E) approve documentation, programs, lists, limits, conditions, methods
ensure physical protection, emergency rules, and after discussing
links to external emergency plan with the relevant Regional Office and the municipal authorities of municipalities
with extended powers, internal emergency plans and their
changes

F) establish conditions, requirements, limits, limits, maximum
permitted levels of radioactive contamination of foodstuffs, reference values ​​
constraints, reference levels, diagnostic reference levels
exemption levels and clearance levels,

G) establishes emergency planning zone, or subdivisions and
approves the definition of the controlled zone

H) in accordance with the implementing regulation establishes requirements
ensuring the emergency preparedness of licensees and checks
compliance,

I) monitor and assess the exposure status and regulate exposure of persons

J) issues, records and verifies the personal radiation passport;
details of the implementing legislation,

K) provides municipalities and regions information on the management of radioactive waste
on the territory administered by them,

L) directs the activities of the National Radiation Monitoring Network whose function and organization
in the implementing legislation, and provides the capability
its headquarters, organizes activities for crisis coordination center and provides
international exchange of data on radiation situation,

M) establish State and Professional examination commissions for verification
special professional competence of selected employees or other individuals and
issue statutes for these committees and determines
activities directly affecting nuclear safety and activities especially important
terms of radiation protection

N) maintain a national system of accounting for and control of nuclear materials and
data and information in accordance with international treaties to which the Czech Republic is bound
and establishes implementing regulation requirements
keeping their records and method its control

O) maintain a national system for registration of licensees, registrants,
imported and exported selected items, ionizing radiation sources and radiation
records of persons

P) through a National Radiation Monitoring Network and based on assessment of the radiation situation
basis for deciding on measures
to reduce or avert exposure in case of a radiation accident,

R) approve a classification of nuclear equipment or its components and nuclear materials into appropriate
category in terms of physical protection

S) performs the function of the office of international verification
general ban on nuclear testing and verification,

T) ensures international cooperation in its field, especially
bearer of professional cooperation with the International Atomic Energy
, and in its field providing information to the European Commission
possibly other European Union institutions and
ensures fulfillment of other obligations arising from European Union legislation ^ 41) concerning
especially national and international evaluation of state supervision
nuclear safety of nuclear installations,

U) decide on secure handling of nuclear items,
sources of ionizing radiation or radioactive waste, with which it is handled
contrary to law or which is not removed by the arisen situation,

V) is obliged to provide information under special legal regulations
^ 1b), and once a year a report on its activities and submit it
government and public

W) specifies the technical requirements to ensure technical safety
selected equipment

X) in agreement with the administrative office supervises the activities of persons authorized
by special legislation 2a)

Y) applies opinion on territorial development policies and land-use planning documentation
safety and radiation protection activities
related to the use of nuclear energy and activities leading to irradiation
.

§ 3a

Fees for professional activity of the Office

Fees for professional activity of the Office are

A) fee for a permit (hereinafter referred to as "fee
application")

B) maintenance fee.

§ 3b


Entities charges on the professional activity of the Office

(1) application fee payer is the applicant for a permit.

(2) maintenance fee payer is the license holder.

§ 3c

Course fees for the professional activity of the Office

(1) The subject of the application fee, the activities of the Office related to the issuance

A) permits the siting of a nuclear device

B) authorization to construct

First nuclear device or

Second IV workplace. Categories with open radionuclide sources,

C) of the first authorization to operate

First nuclear facility,

Second Workplace III. Categories for mining and processing of uranium ore, or

Third IV workplace. Categories with open radionuclide sources, or

D) permits the individual stages of decommissioning

First nuclear facility,

Second Workplace III. Categories for mining and processing of uranium ore, or

Third IV workplace. Categories with open radionuclide sources.

(2) The maintenance fee is related to the activities of the Office
performance of state supervision over the activities of licensees to

A) traffic

First nuclear facility,

Second Workplace III. Categories for mining and processing of uranium ore, or

Third IV workplace. Categories with open radionuclide sources, or

B) the individual stages of decommissioning

First nuclear facility,

Second Workplace III. Categories for mining and processing of uranium ore, or

Third IV workplace. Categories with open radionuclide sources.

§ 3d

Exemption from taxes on the professional activity of the Office

(1) Fees for professional activity of the Office shall be exempt

A) public universities and health care facilities that
activities under this Act shall be executed for reimbursement from public health insurance

B) persons which activities under this Act shall be executed only after payment
public funding for science and research, including funding
European Union.

(2) The grounds for exemption from fees for professional activity
Office illustrates the taxpayer when filing an application for a permit or to challenge
Office.

(3) If there is a change in facts decisive for exemption from fees
on the professional activity of the Office shall notify the taxpayer of this fact
Office within 15 days from the date when this change occurred.

§ 3e

Rate charges on the professional activity of the Office

(1) The rate of application fee amounts in case of an application for a permit by


A) § 3c paragraph. 1 point. a) a maximum of 30,000,000 CZK,

B) § 3c paragraph. 1 point. b) a maximum of 150 million CZK,

C) § 3c paragraph. 1 point. c) a maximum of 60,000,000 CZK,

D) § 3c paragraph. 1 point. d) a maximum of 60,000,000 CZK.

(2) The rate of the maintenance fee amounts for each calendar month during which lasted
fee obligation, a maximum of 4,000,000 CZK.

(3) The government orders the rates of fees for professional activity of the Office
individual activities of the Office pursuant to § 3c.

§ 3f

Fee obligations to trickle charge

(1) Fee obligation to trickle charge
the first day of the calendar month in which it takes a decision on issuing a permit
force.

(2) Fee obligation to trickle charge
expires on the last day of the calendar month in which the permit expired.

§ 3 g

Administration and budgetary determination of fees for professional activity of the Office

(1) The application fee is payable within 30 days from the date of filing an application for a permit
.

(2) Maintenance fee is payable within 30 days of the termination fee
period of the calendar year.

(3) Management fees for professional activity exercised by the Office of the Office.

(4) Fees for professional activity of the Office are public revenue.
CHAPTER TWO


GENERAL CONDITIONS FOR THE EXERCISE OF ACTIVITIES RELATED TO THE USE OF NUCLEAR ENERGY
, radiation practices and interventions REDUCE EXPOSURE


§ 4

(1) Nuclear energy and nuclear items may be used in accordance with international obligations
Czech Republic ^ 2) only for peaceful purposes.

(2) Anyone who utilizes nuclear energy or performs activities leading to irradiation
or interventions to reduce natural exposure or exposure
due to radiation accidents, it must ensure that such a meeting was

Justified by the benefits that outweigh the risks in these activities
or may arise.

(3) Any person who carries out activities related to nuclear
energy or radiation practices shall proceed in such a way that
priority in ensuring nuclear safety and radiation protection.

(4) Any person who utilizes nuclear energy or performs activities leading to irradiation
prepares or performs interventions to reduce emergency,
lasting or natural exposure, it is obliged to comply with such
level of nuclear safety, radiation protection, physical protection and emergency preparedness
that the risk to human life, health and environmental
as low as reasonably achievable when
account economic and social aspects.
The implementing regulation lays down the technical and organizational requirements and guidance levels of exposure,
which is considered sufficient to demonstrate a reasonably achievable level,
or procedure to demonstrate this level.

(5) intervention to prevent or reduce exposure should be performed if the irradiation


A) reaches or without making any intervention would have reached levels at which
leads to immediate harm, or

B) exceeds or intervene without exceeding the guideline values ​​set
implementing regulation and intervention if the expected reduction
damage or health detriment is sufficient to justify
damages and costs associated with the intervention. The implementing regulation provides guidance
levels and details on rules for the preparation and implementation of interventions.

(6) Whoever performs radiation practices shall reduce
exposure of persons so that the total exposure caused by a possible combination of exposure from
activities leading to exposure does not exceed the sum
exposure limits. The exposure limits set by the Office
implementing legal regulation. The Authority is authorized to define constraints as the upper limit
to optimize radiation protection and permission to set lower levels
-specific activity (hereinafter "authorized limits").

(7) is not subject to limits of exposure

A) medical exposure; implementing legislation provides for medical
radiation diagnostic reference levels

B) exposure to natural sources, in addition to radiation from those natural sources
which are being used, and besides implementing regulation
set of cases where this exposure significantly increased,

C) emergency exposure of intervening individuals;
this exposure shall not exceed ten times the limits set for radiation exposure
workers, unless of saving human lives or preventing the development
radiological emergency with possible
extensive social and economic consequences. Affecting individuals must be a danger
connected with interventions proven to be informed and must participate in intervention
voluntarily

D) emergency exposure.

(8) Any person performing or providing for practices related to the use
nuclear energy or radiation activities, except the activities according to § 2.
), Point 5 and 6 must have a system of quality manner and to the extent
stipulated in the Regulations, with the aim of achieving the required quality
relevant item, including tangible or intangible products, processes or organizational arrangements
having regard to its importance
nuclear safety and radiation protection. The implementing regulation lays down
basic requirements for quality assurance of selected equipment
with respect to their safety classification.

(9) For the purposes of physical protection shall be nuclear facilities or their parts
classified as I, II. or III. category. From the viewpoint of ensuring
physical protection must be defined in a nuclear facility, guarded, protected
and interior space. Classification and specification is done in terms of severity
possible effects on nuclear safety in the event of unauthorized
activities. Details concerning the classification and definition of the manner and extent of physical protection
implementing act.

(10) For the purposes of physical protection of nuclear materials shall be included in
I., II. or III. category. Classification of nuclear materials is carried
of its type, weight, enrichment and
regard to the consequences of its misuse. Details concerning the classification of nuclear materials in

Appropriate category and the manner and scope of physical protection
implementing act.

(11) At workplaces where they perform radiation activities are defined
monitored and controlled zones. Work in these bands is subject to the terms of radiation protection
continuous supervision, registration and regulation.
The implementing regulation lays down labeling monitored and controlled zones
and details for their definition, the manner and extent
radiation protection at work in them, to regulate
join them and for reporting and supervised areas approval
controlled areas.

(12) The extent risks to health and the environment
ionizing radiation, ionizing radiation sources are classified as insignificant
minor, simple, significant and very significant and workplaces where
perform radiation activities are classified into I., II., III. or IV.
Category and radiation workers are classified in Category A (hereinafter
'category A workers') or B (hereinafter referred to as "staff category B").
Implementing regulation provides details of the allocation of resources
ionizing radiation, including exemption levels, including radiation
workers and inclusion in the workplace category.

(13) Every worker category, which is equipped with personal radiation
card, this card is required to protect against loss, theft, destruction or abuse
and, on request, submit it to the Office or respective licensee
.

(14) Anyone who finds a source of ionizing radiation or nuclear material
or suspects that it is a source of ionizing radiation or nuclear
material is required to report its findings Police of the Czech Republic or the Office
.

(15) Anyone who finds lost, stolen or damaged
sources of ionizing radiation or nuclear material or packaging is
shall immediately report this incident to the Czech Police and
Office.

(16) Anyone who has dealt with the selected items, manufactures packagings
for irradiated or spent nuclear fuel or performs construction of hot
chambers or performs research and development activities related to
nuclear fuel cycle He is obliged to announce the launch of a range of activities such
Office. The scope and manner of announcing adjusted
implementing legal regulation.

(17) Anyone who mined or processed in the Czech Republic
uranium or thorium ore is required to keep and submit to the Office registration data.
Implementing regulation also stipulates the details of management and transfer
log data and model forms.

§ 4a

Ensuring technical safety of selected equipment

(1) Any person who manufactures selected devices that are specially designed
nuclear facility is obliged to ensure the conformity assessment of these devices
manner and to the extent determined by the implementing regulation;
Implementing regulation lays down the method of calculating these devices and
technical requirements for them.

(2) The obligations specified in paragraph 1 shall also apply to importers selected
devices that are specifically designed for nuclear facilities with
unless the selected device corresponds to the state in which they were
manufactured

A) technical regulations for nuclear facilities that are producing this equipment
binding

B) technical standards or codes of good practice intended for nuclear
devices that are issued by national standards body or entity
built him an equal footing,

C) international technical standards for nuclear installations
legitimately used in this country, or

D) manufacturing procedures used in accordance with their laws
for nuclear installations, for which there is sufficient detailed technical documentation
ensure that this equipment can be for the purpose of use
considered if necessary based on additional testing
device

If these technical regulations, technical standards, codes of practice
procedures guarantee a degree of protection of the legitimate interests adequately
this protection in the Czech Republic.

§ 4b

Conformity Assessment

(1) Selected devices that are specifically designed for nuclear
device can be used in nuclear power only after their assessment
legal entity that is responsible for the procedure under a special

Legal předpisu2b) (hereinafter referred to as "authorized person").
The authorized person carries out conformity assessment of the equipment with the technical requirements
procedures set out in the implementing regulations.

(2) Costs associated with the activities of the authorized body for conformity assessment
carries the one who asked for this action.

(3) Where the conformity assessment activities in selected equipment with the technical requirements
secured by an authorized person provides
performance of its functions, the Authority.

§ 5

(1) International transfers of nuclear items into states not owning
nuclear weapons to countries which own nuclear weapons, but not
Parties to the Treaty on the Non-Proliferation of Nuclear Weapons, which would be in contradiction with
Czech Republic under international treaties ^ 2)
are prohibited.

(2) Perform test explosion of a nuclear weapon or other nuclear explosion
, supporting or participating in the implementation of any test
detonation of nuclear weapons or other nuclear explosion is prohibited.

(3) The importation of radioactive waste in the Czech Republic is prohibited, except
reimportation ionizing radiation sources produced in the Czech Republic
or radioactive waste originated from materials exported from
Czech Republic for the purpose of processing or reprocessing, which was approved by the Office
.

(4) It is prohibited to enter the territory of the Czech Republic radioactive waste stored
persons other than those authorized under § 26 and Section 48 paragraph. 1st

(5) It is prohibited to add radioactive substances to foods, toys
jewelry and cosmetics, as well as import or export as follows
formulated products.

(6) It is prohibited to transport radioactive waste into

A) a destination in the south of 60 degrees south latitude,

B) state that is a signatory to the fourth convention of the African, the Pacific and the Caribbean
countries and the European Community and a Member State of the European Union
, unless the re-import of ionizing radiation sources produced in this
State or radioactive waste resulting from materials
exported from that country for processing or reprocessing
in the Czech Republic

C) State who is not in the opinion of the competent authority of the country of origin
radioactive waste regulated by special legislation
safe management of radioactive waste or according to the available information
technically or administratively, to ensure the safe handling
radioactive waste.

§ 6

Exposure to natural resources

(1) If natural radionuclides are intentionally used for their
radioactive, fissile or fertile properties, are subject to the management
with them the provisions of this Act to the same extent as
artificial sources of ionizing radiation. Mining, and processing of radioactive minerals
^ 3) is regarded as a radiation activity.

(2) The implementing regulation lays down workplace, where it can be
significant increase of exposure from natural sources of ionizing radiation
individuals in the performance of their work, or members of the public
around established workplace.

(3) At the workplace by the implementing legislation pursuant to paragraph 2
natural or legal person owning the property, which is set
workplace or owning office is obliged

A) inform the person performing the work on the possible increased
exposure to natural sources of ionizing radiation and health harm with
related and exceeding the guideline values ​​and made
interventions

B) provide measurements that allow for the persons specified in the implementing legislation
determine annual effective dose and the extent and form
determined by the implementing legislation information about measurements
record and regularly submit Authority | ||
C) to allow the release of natural radionuclides into the environment
to the extent not exceeding clearance levels
implementing legal regulation or to the extent and under the conditions of approval of the Office under § 9. 1
point. h)

D) implement interventions to reduce exposure in those cases where the
exceeded the guideline values ​​established by the implementing legislation and
intervention if the expected reduction in health detriment is sufficient to justify
damages and costs associated with the intervention,


E) in the case of exposure to natural sources of ionizing radiation can u
persons performing work to exceed three-tenths of one of the limits
exposure for radiation workers must notify the Office and
to the person performing work applies to the same extent as
requirements for category a workers, including preventive health care
and personal monitoring.

(4) Whoever proposes the location of buildings with residential rooms or sojourn
^ 3), shall ensure the determination of radon index
and present the results to the construction office. You who announces or asking for permission
perform construction work for a change of use of buildings
which will include new residential or living rooms or
announces a change in use of the building, which will include new residential or | || residential rooms, is responsible for ensuring measuring levels of radon volume activity
and present the results to the construction office or an authorized inspector
. If such a structure is placed or made on the property with
higher than the low radon index must be preventively building
protected against radon penetration from geological subsoil.
Determination of radon index need not be performed in this case, if
building located on the ground so that all its peripheral structure will
separated from the subsoil layer of air that can flow freely
air. The implementing regulation lays down the procedure for determining
radon index.

(5) In buildings with residential or sojourn rooms where the level
exposure to natural radionuclides in indoor air is higher than
implementing regulation set a guideline and that irradiation can reduce
such intervention, with whom they associated the expected reduction in health
injury is sufficient to justify the harm and costs associated with the intervention, the
building owner is obliged to seek to reduce the level of what can be
reasonably achievable taking into account economic and social factors.
If it exceeds the level of exposure implementing regulation
prescribed limits, the Building Authority will order the necessary adjustments to
construction of serious health threats if it is in the public interest.
O or exceeded the indicative limit values ​​and made interventions
must inform the tenant of the building owner.

(6) Manufacturers and importers of building materials, manufacturers and importers of bottled water
and suppliers of water intended for public drinking water supply
obliged to ensure systematic measurement and evaluation of natural
radionuclides, and to the extent determined by the implementing regulation of lead
records the results and report this information to the Office. The measurement results are bound
manufacturers, importers and suppliers provided on request
public. Building materials, nor bottled water, besides water, which is
natural healing source, ^ 3b) must not be put into circulation and drinking water supply
for public supply, if

First natural radionuclide content exceeds the limits set
implementing regulation, or

Second natural radionuclide content exceeds the guideline values ​​established
implementing regulation, except in cases where the costs associated with
intervention to reduce the content of radionuclides would be significantly higher than
risk of health damage.

§ 6a
Persistent exposure


Owner of the property, which was found a source of lasting
radiation is responsible for the preparation and execution of the intervention. If it exceeds
identified persistent exposure as specified target value, the owner of the property
shall immediately notify the Office of the abovementioned situation and
persons who use this property, enclose the space concerned and
provide adequate control of the access to land and buildings and their
use.

§ 7
Medical exposure


(1) Medical irradiation may take place only if justified
benefit of balancing the risks that radiation arise or may arise
.

(2) Conditions of medical radiation and rules for the exposure of individuals
voluntarily helping individuals undergoing medical exposure, including
demonstrable instruction and written consent of these individuals,
in the implementing legislation.

§ 8

Release of radionuclides into the environment


(1) do not exceed clearance levels
implementing legislation or decisions of the Office, which radioactive waste
radioactive substances and objects or equipment containing radionuclides or contaminated
introduced into the environment without prior | || permission of the Authority; of the aspects of radiation protection are also monitored and treated
with them as if they were radioactive. In the case where the content
radionuclides or radionuclide contamination exceeds clearance levels
possible radioactive wastes and other substances, objects or equipment
containing or contaminated by radionuclides bring to life
environment only with the permission of the Office pursuant to § 9. 1 point. h).

(2) If permission for placing substances into the environment issued
Ministry or other administrative body under special regulations ^ 5)
one of the criteria for the authorization of the radionuclide content is authentic basis for
permit approval of the Authority.
CHAPTER THREE


CONDITIONS FOR use of nuclear energy and ionizing radiation

§ 9

Permission for individual activities

(1) Permit Office is required to

A) the location of a nuclear installation or radioactive waste repository,

B) construction of a nuclear facility or workplace IV. category

C) the individual stages of nuclear installation set
implementing regulation,

D) the operation of nuclear facilities or workplaces III. or IV. category

E) restart of a nuclear reactor in critical condition after replacing
nuclear fuel

F) reconstruction or other changes affecting nuclear
safety, radiation protection, physical protection and emergency preparedness
nuclear installations or workplaces III. or IV. category

G) the individual stages of decommissioning of a nuclear facility or workplace
III. or IV. category to the extent and in the manner established
implementing regulation,

H) discharge of radionuclides into the environment to the extent and ways
established by the implementing legislation,

I) ionizing radiation in a range of ways and set
implementing regulation,

J) radioactive waste management to the extent and in the manner established
implementing regulation,

K) import or export of nuclear items or transit of nuclear materials and selected
items

L) nuclear materials management,

M) transport of nuclear materials and radioactive substances laid
implementing regulation; This authorization shall apply to a person
performing the transport, or to the carrier if he is simultaneously
shipper, or consignor or consignee,

N) professional training of selected personnel (§ 18 par. 5)

O) re-importation of radioactive waste generated during processing
materials exported from the Czech Republic,

P) international transport of radioactive waste to the extent and ways
established by the implementing legislation,

R) performance of personal dosimetry and other services significant from the viewpoint
radiation protection to the extent and in the manner established by the implementing legal regulation
,

S) the addition of radioactive substances into consumer products during their
manufacturing or preparation or import or export of such products.

(2) A permit issued by the Authority pursuant to paragraph 1 shall not replace
permits or authorizations for activities issued by other administrative authorities under special regulations
. ^ 6)

(3) The activities referred to in paragraph 1, with the exception of the activities referred to in paragraph 1
point. i) n) ar), not services under the law on free movement of services.
Authorization referred to in paragraph 1 shall be also activities carried out by persons
domiciled or resident in the territory of another Member State
European Union and are licensed to carry out such activities in that State
.

§ 10

(1) The license shall be issued on the condition that

A) the natural person to whom the permit should be issued, and his responsible
representative, if appointed, are legally competent,
blameless and professionally qualified; the applicant does not meet the condition
professional competence, if it fulfills its authorized representative,

B) persons who are statutory bodies or members of statutory bodies
legal entities that permit should be issued, they are eligible for legal

Capacity, integrity and at least one of them is qualified.

(2) The issuing of a permit under § 9. 1 point. i)
I am proof that the applicant is appointed to ensure the systematic oversight
compliance with the requirements of radiation protection natural person who meets
special professional competence under § 18 par. 2 point. b)
appropriate scope and manner of ionizing radiation (hereinafter
"supervising entity") or that special competence applicant has
himself.

(3) changes in the facts referred to in paragraph 1 or 2 is the person who received permission
(hereinafter "the licensee") is obliged to immediately notify the Office
.

(4) Enforcement activities under § 9. 1 or their stages shall be
launched before the entry into force approval of the Office.

§ 11
Integrity


(1) A person with integrity for the purposes of this Act who has not been
convicted of a criminal offense involving negligence if
associated with licensed activities, or for a crime committed intentionally.

(2) In order to demonstrate integrity Authority seeks
under a special legal regulation 6a), an extract from the Criminal Records.
Request for an extract from the Criminal Register and the extract from the Register
records shall be submitted in electronic form, in a manner allowing remote access
.

§ 12
Competence


(1) professional qualifications pursuant to § 10 paragraph. 1 means

A) for activities related to nuclear energy
duly completed university education by studying in a degree program in
relevant field and three years of professional experience,

B) for activities leading to exposure from medical radiodiagnostic
in providing health care by dentists
professional competence to pursue the profession of dentistry under the Act on the exercise
profession of a physician, dentist and pharmacist, | ||
C) for other activities leading to irradiation
properly completed university education by studying in a degree program in a relevant field and three
years of experience in the field or full secondary vocational education in the relevant direction
secondary level and six years experience in the field.

(2) The recognition of professional qualifications obtained in another Member State of the European Union
the activities referred to in paragraph 1. a) and c)
Office shall proceed according to the law on the recognition of professional qualifications ^ 6a).
Office's decision on the recognition of professional qualifications is a document proving
professional competence under this Act.

§ 13

Application for authorization

(1) An application for a permit must contain

A) for a natural person, the name or names and surname, identity number,
if assigned, address, place of residence or domicile, or
name and surname, identity number, if assigned,
address of permanent residence or domicile of the responsible representative, if appointed;
For legal persons name and legal form, registered office address or location
organizational unit in the Czech Republic, if it was established, identification number
person, if assigned, name, permanent address | || residence or domicile of the person or persons who constitute its statutory
body (hereinafter referred to as "identification"), registration number, if already
Office assigned

B) the subject and scope of activity for which authorization is sought, instead
operation of the activity, how it is secured, duration and method of termination
.

(2) An application for a permit signs a natural person applying for a permit or
statutory body of the legal entity applying for a permit or other representative
statutory body empowered under the power of attorney.

(3) An application for permission must be accompanied

A) Certificate of Incorporation, if the applicant is a legal entity
enrolling in the commercial register,

B) a document proving the professional competence for the licensed activity
natural person or a document proving professional competence
responsible representative, if appointed, if the applicant is a natural
person or a document proving professional competence for licensed | || activity of at least one member of the statutory body or authorized agent
if the applicant is a legal entity; If the constitution is supervising person
her written consent and proof of their special professional competence
,


C) the documentation required for each licensed activity.
Contents of this documentation is listed in the appendix to this Act. The scope and manner approved by the Office
design documentation for licensed activities
down detailed rules

D) proof of ownership of the land in the event of applications for permission to
construction of nuclear installations and the written consent of the property owner
with the establishment of workplaces III. or IV. category, where it is being managed,

E) proof of liability insurance for nuclear damage or proof of
other financial security pursuant to § 36

F) when in licensed activities have generated
radioactive waste, a certificate for the safe management of radioactive waste
, including the funding of this management,

G) in the case of transit of nuclear materials or radioactive substances
proof that it be taken back if the transit
completed.

(4) The issuance of a permit under § 9. 1 point. a), b) and g) is
evaluation of environmental impact, if so specified in special
legislation. ^ 7) The issuance of a permit under § 9. 1 point. f)
's assessment of the environmental impact by special Act 7)
case of reconstruction or other changes affecting nuclear
safety, radiation protection, physical protection and emergency preparedness
nuclear installation or workplace III. or IV.
category is associated with an increase in the authorized discharge thresholds determined by the Authority pursuant to § 4
paragraph. 6th

(5) The issuance of a permit under § 9. 1 point. a) to g) point.
I), j), l), n) ar) the approval of the quality assurance program for the licensed activity
Office. The issuance of a permit under § 9. 1
point. b) the approval of a quality assurance program for the design
prior to the commencement of design activities affecting
nuclear safety or radiation protection approval and assurance program
quality construction. Requirements for the content of quality assurance program and quality system
implementing act.

(6) The issuance of a permit under § 9. 1 point. c), d), e), f), g
), k), l) and m) the approval of the method of physical protection
nuclear facilities and nuclear materials Office.
Requirements on how to ensure physical protection in the implementing legislation.

(7) The issuance of a permit under § 9. 1 point. c), d), e), f), g
), i), j), m) and o) the approval of an internal emergency plan or emergency rules
Office. Requirements for their content, including details
emergency preparedness, implementing act.

(8) The Authority may require additional documentation. The documents referred to in paragraph 3
point. a) and b) need not be submitted if the applicants under the previous licensing procedure
assigned a registration number and
there is a change in the facts set out in these documents.
In this case, the applicant shall provide an affidavit only where
stating that the documents required pursuant to paragraph 3. a) and b)
did not change.

§ 14

(1) The Authority shall apply in administrative proceedings independently of the management of another
administrative office. The applicant is the sole party to proceedings.

(2) The Office shall decide on the authorization after verifying that the applicant has met all
provided in this Act and its implementing regulations.

(3) Since the initiation of the procedure for issuing licenses for particular practice, the Office
decide within

A) within four months license for siting a nuclear facility or
very significant source of ionizing radiation

B) within one year license for construction of a nuclear facility or
significant or very significant sources of ionizing radiation

C) within six months license for the first nuclear fuel loading into the reactor
accordance with § 9. 1 point. c) for other stages of commissioning
operation within ten days,

D) within 24 hours for authorization pursuant to § 9. 1 point. E);
procedure for the submission and assessment of required documentation provides detailed
prescription

E) within 90 days for other licenses for particular activities.

(4) A permit is also required consent under a special
Act. ^ 8)

(5) The authorization to operate in accordance with § 9. 1 point. i) n) ar) shall likewise
expiry of the deadline and in the manner pursuant to § 28-30
law on free movement of services.

§ 15


Particulars permission

(1) The decision to permit the Office

A) shall specify identification of the applicant and the assigned registration number,

B) defining the purpose and scope of the licensed activities,

C) establishes the conditions for the operation and termination licensed, as required
nuclear safety, radiation protection and physical protection and
after consultation with appropriate regional office and concerned municipal authorities
municipalities with extended powers conditions for emergency preparedness ,

D) state the period for which the license is issued; authorization under § 9. 1
point. b) e), f), h), i), n), r) as) Authority issued indefinitely.

(2) The verdict permitting approval documentation, if it
required in the Appendix to this Act. One decision
Office may allow more activities that are repeated or sequential or
related.

§ 16

The change, cancellation and termination of permits

(1) without the prior approval of the Office shall be made no changes
devices or other technical or organizational changes with an impact
nuclear safety, radiation protection, physical protection or emergency preparedness
. Changes affecting the external emergency plan
can be done only after consultation with the relevant Regional Office and the
municipal offices with extended powers.

(2) A license is not needed to carry out urgent interventions aimed at averting
radiation accident or dealing with its consequences. Performing
action should be taken immediately and demonstrably informed by the Office.

(3) The Authority may set conditions permit change if new
circumstances impacting on nuclear safety, radiation protection
physical protection or emergency preparedness, for which the license was issued
, or the request of the person who received the permit.
Permit conditions affecting the external emergency plan may be established and
changed only after consultation with the relevant Regional Office and the
municipal offices with extended powers.

(4) In the event that the licensee breaches the obligations set
this Act or other regulations or the conditions of the permit
Office, the Office may restrict or suspend performance of the licensed activity.

(5) The Office shall withdraw the license if its holder

A) ceases to meet the conditions decisive for the issue or fails to comply
its obligations under this Act or does not correct any shortcomings
identified by the Office within the time periods specified,

B) repeal of demands in writing and proves that nuclear safety and radiation protection
.

(6) A permit expires

A) for natural persons by death or declaration of death

B) dissolution of the legal person who holds the permit

C) in the case of an authorization pursuant to § 9. 1 point. a), c), d), g), j) to m)
o) p) the expiration of the period for which it is given

D) Office's decision to cancel the license.

(7) A licensee is facing extinction licensee shall, with the approval of the Authority
contractually ensure that a legal successor or
safe termination of activities related to nuclear energy utilization or
activities leading to exposure.

§ 17

General Obligations of Licensees

(1) A licensee under § 9. 1 is required, in addition to other
obligations stipulated by law,

A) ensure nuclear safety, where responsibility for ensuring nuclear safety
can not be transferred to another person, radiation protection,
physical protection and emergency preparedness, including its verification, in
scope appropriate to the particular licenses;

B) consistently and comprehensively assess the fulfillment of the conditions set out in § 4
terms of current level of science and technology and ensure that
evaluation results in practice

C) comply with the conditions of the permit issued by the Office, to comply with
approved documentation and investigate immediately any breach of these terms or
procedures and take measures to correct and prevent the recurrence of such a situation
. All cases where any of the limits
radiation or limits for safe operation of nuclear facilities
exceeded or violated, immediately notify the Office

D) comply with the technical and organizational conditions for safe operation
nuclear facilities, ionizing radiation sources and workplaces with them,

Set by the implementing regulations approved quality assurance program
and comply with the specific requirements for the uniformity and accuracy of measurements and
gauges the extent determined by the implementing regulation

E) provide the necessary assistance for the performance of control activities by the Office
according to § 39 and provide assistance to persons přibraným
Office for the purpose of assessing the technical issues related to the inspection,

F) in ensuring that the national radiation monitoring network
extent determined by government decree according to § 19 para. 3,

G) introduce into circulation only ionizing radiation sources indicated
prescribed manner and with appropriate documentation and type
approved carrying case

H) allow nuclear material, radioactive waste and
ionizing radiation only to persons authorized to handle and
under this Act,

I) to ensure the performance of the specified activities only persons meeting the conditions
special competence and are physically and mentally
eligible and to ensure the performance of sensitive activities pursuant to § 2a
security person eligible under a special legal regulation 1c) | ||
J) notify the Office without delay any change or event of
nuclear safety, radiation protection, physical protection
nuclear materials, emergency preparedness and
change all the facts relevant to the permit | ||
K) to provide the public with information on nuclear safety and radiation protection
which are not subject to State, professional or business secret
,

L) without undue delay, inform the Authority of the commencement of insolvency proceedings
,

M) ensure technical safety of selected equipment in operation
in accordance with the implementing regulation.

(2) A licensee shall submit for approval

A) the documentation referred to in the Annex to this Act and quality assurance programs
under § 4 para. 7

B) the authorization established programs, commissioning and decommissioning
operation and substandard programs or tests affecting nuclear safety
,

C) specified in the permit programs for transport, storage, charging and
exchange of nuclear fuel and related activities,

D) a list of activities important to nuclear
safety requirements for qualification, training and
way of verifying

E) the inclusion of nuclear facilities and nuclear materials into appropriate categories
terms of physical protection

F) an internal emergency plan and emergency rules,

G) changes to the documentation referred to in subparagraphs a) through f).

(3) The licensee shall submit a proposal for establishing the Office Zone
emergency planning and defining controlled zone.

§ 18

's Obligations in terms of nuclear safety, radiation protection, physical
protection and emergency preparedness

(1) A licensee is also obliged

A) monitor, measure, evaluate, verify and record values,
parameters and facts impacting on nuclear safety,
radiation protection, physical protection and emergency preparedness within the range specified
implementing regulations, || |
B) to keep records and to inspect nuclear materials and documents
how to archive and report to the Office of the way stipulated by
regulation and announce the results of the Office of the physical inventory and material
balance of nuclear materials and any change in nuclear
materials

C) maintain and keep records of ionizing radiation sources, facilities, materials
activities, quantities and parameters and other facts
important to nuclear safety, radiation protection, physical
protection and emergency preparedness and registered information to the Office
manner prescribed in the regulations,

D) limit the production of radioactive waste and spent nuclear fuel
to that necessary

E) to prepare and transmit a legal entity authorized to store radioactive waste
according to § 26 data on the short- and long-term creation
radioactive waste, spent nuclear fuel and other materials for
determine the amount and method of payments to nuclear account,

F) keep records of radioactive waste by type of waste
such a way that they understood all the characteristics important for
ensure safe handling,


G) allow access and provide the necessary assistance for the performance of supervisory activity
inspectors of the International Atomic Energy Agency and the European Commission inspectors
^ 42) according to § 39 par. 4

H) for decommissioning of nuclear installations or workplaces III.
Or IV. categories of traffic, if total estimated cost of decommissioning verified
Radioactive Waste Repository Authority (hereinafter
"Authority") exceeds 300 000 CZK, create evenly reserve ^ 10) so that
cash funds held in an escrow account will be available for needs
preparation and implementation of decommissioning the required time and amount, in accordance with the Office
approved proposal for decommissioning. If the estimate
total decommissioning costs will exceed 1 billion. CZK, the licensee
obliged to deposit funds in the amount of this reserve
escrow account at a bank in the Czech Republic. Income funds the escrow account are income
escrow account. The provision is an expense for achieving, securing and maintaining income
. ^ 10) The implementing regulation lays down the method of creating
reserves. Cash funds held in an escrow account shall be used only for
preparation and implementation of decommissioning these funds
subject to the approval of the Authority. The obligation to create a provision for decommissioning
operation does not apply to state bodies ^ 11) and
state-funded organization ^ 11) public high schools-11b)
organizational units and contributory organizations established by territorial self || | units ^ 11c)

I) ensure systematic supervision of compliance with nuclear safety,
radiation protection, physical protection and emergency preparedness, including
verification of emergency preparedness,

J) provide workers category entry
preventive medical examinations at least once a year, periodic preventative medical examinations and
when according to the assessment by the irradiation occurred
exceeding exposure limits, provide preventive medical emergency
inspection and subsequent preventive medical examination, ^ 11d) when
authorities recommendations, and for employees who perform activities
having a direct impact on nuclear safety, secure authentication
mental competence. The costs of preventive medical examinations
paid by the employer unless a special law provides otherwise.
Permit holder is also obliged to regularly inform the provider of occupational
services of personal doses received by workers

K) ensure that pregnant or lactating women working in the controlled zone
conditions providing for the fetus or infant
same level of radiation protection as to each individual of the population

L) verify eligibility security method under a special legal regulation
^ 1c) by persons performing sensitive activities under § 2a
verify the integrity of employees and people handling nuclear material
I and II. category, ensuring the physical protection of nuclear facilities and nuclear
materials, unaccompanied by entering into the inner space
nuclear facilities and ensure that only those persons engaged,
manage and monitor those activities and enter into internal and
protected against a nuclear facility,

M) to verify the integrity of employees and people handling nuclear material
III. category or entering into unaccompanied
guarded and protected against a nuclear facility and to ensure that only those persons
perform those activities and enter into protected and
nuclear facility,

N) to suspend the authorization to dispose of nuclear materials or enter into
nuclear facility employees at the moment when he learns that
been instituted against him criminal proceedings for an offense committed by
negligence committed in connection with activity performed, or for
deliberate offense,

O) provide a system of training and verification of competence of personnel
according to the importance of the work they perform,

P) to the Office and the European Commission the information required under this Act and the regulations
European Union; range of data, method and form of passing down
implementing legislation

R) to equip radiation category A workers, who work in
controlled area of ​​another licensee with personal radiation
certificates issued by the Office and regularly update the information contained therein

The extent and manner specified by the implementing legislation,

S) to ensure and maintain adequate financial and human resources needed to
duties related to the nuclear safety of nuclear installations
.

(2) A special professional competence for the purposes of this Act

) Professional ability of individuals certified by the State Examination Commission
required for activities that have a direct impact on nuclear safety of nuclear installations
. State Examination Board be established and its
Chairman and members appointed by the President of the Office

B) professional ability of individuals certified Expert Examination Commission
Office and required to perform activities especially important from the radiation protection
in the implementing legislation.

(3) Activities that have an immediate impact on nuclear safety
can perform only individuals physically and mentally competent, with
professional competence and to whom the Office at the request of the holder
permission granted permission to given activities.

(4) Perform activities especially important for radiation protection
the implementing legislation can only individuals whose
knowledge of the principles and practices of radiation protection has been verified by an Expert Examination Commission of the Office
and who have been granted permission by the Office for the activity.

(5) Activities that have a direct impact on nuclear safety, and
activities especially important for radiation protection requirements
qualifications, training, method of verification and the issue
authorizations for persons authorized perform activities under paragraphs 3 and 4
(hereinafter referred to as "selected personnel"), an implementing regulation.

(6) A licensee who operates a controlled area in which they work and
category A workers as another licensee,
checks before commencing work, their personal radiation passport and adds to it
data on the extent and manner stipulated by the implementing legislation. ".

(7) the recognition of professional qualifications for the performance of activities for which
this Act requires a special competence,
proceed according to the law on the recognition of professional qualifications ^ 6) . Office's decision on the recognition of professional qualifications
is proof of special professional competence pursuant to this Act
.

§ 19

Obligations in the case of a radiation accident

( 1) a licensee shall to the extent and in the manner specified
internal emergency plan approved by the Office

a) immediately notify in accordance with the special legal regulation 11e)
by the municipal authority with extended powers, Office
and other relevant bodies specified in the internal emergency plan of the occurrence or
suspected occurrence of a radiation accident,

B) shall ensure the event of a radiation accident warning
population in the emergency planning zone,

C) shall ensure the consequences of the radiation incident on the premises
where it operates, and to implement measures to protect
employees and other persons from the effects of ionizing radiation

D) ensure monitoring of exposures of employees and other persons
and releases of radionuclides and ionizing radiation into the environment,

E) inform relevant bodies, especially of monitoring results, about
actual and anticipated development of the situation, the measures taken to protect
employees and the public about the measures taken to deal
radiation accident, and the actual and expected exposure of individuals

F) control and regulate exposure of employees and persons involved
the radiation accident in the areas where it operates

G) to cooperate in dealing with the consequences of a radiation accident of its equipment

H) participate in a radiation accident in the activities
nationwide radiation monitoring network.

(2) The licensee for shipments under § 9. 1 point. m)
is also obliged in the extent and manner specified by the emergency regulations approved by


A) immediately notify in accordance with the special legal regulation 11e)
locally by the municipal authority with extended powers
Office and other relevant bodies specified in the emergency rules of the occurrence or suspected occurrence of a radiation
accident,

B) promptly event of a radiation accident
measures to protect persons involved in transport from the effects of ionizing radiation


C) immediately inform relevant bodies, especially the results of its
monitoring of the actual and anticipated development of the situation, the measures
taken to protect persons involved in transport
measures taken to deal with the radiation accident and also of factual and
anticipated exposure of people,

D) to supervise and participate in regulation of exposure of people involved
transport and participating in the radiation accident

E) to cooperate in dealing with the consequences of a radiation accident
your device.

(3) Furthermore, the licensee shall submit the relevant regional office
concerned and municipal offices with extended powers
basis for preparing the external emergency plan to collaborate with him on
emergency preparedness emergency planning zone,
to the extent specified in Government Regulation on emergency planning zone and at the expense of their costs
^ 12) to contribute financially to ensure the activities
nationwide radiation monitoring network, providing the public in the zone of emergency planning of the facility
or workplaces with antidotes, to ensure
press and information campaign to ensure the public is prepared for radiation accidents
cases, providing a system for informing the concerned authorities
in the extent and manner specified by the internal emergency plan to ensure
warning system of the population in their area and shall
participate in the consequences of the radiation accident in the zone of emergency planning
.

§ 20

Obligations during shipment and transport of nuclear items and radioactive substances


(1) A licensee under § 9. 1 point. m) or person forwarding
radioactive materials to be transported, as the sender in the shipping
documents (hereinafter referred to as "Carrier") is required

A) ascertain that the recipient is authorized to handle nuclear
material or radioactive substances under this Act,

B) ensure that the transport and transport of nuclear materials and implementing regulations set
radioactive material way by implementing
regulation and in accordance with the requirements set out in separate regulations
13)

C) supply nuclear materials and the Regulations set
radioactive substances solely in packaging type
approved by the Authority under this Act,

D) to ensure that during transport and shipment neither radionuclide escape nor exposure
people exceeds limits and guidance values ​​set out in the implementing regulation
, and ensure physical protection of nuclear material shipments
in accordance with the Implementing Regulations.

(2) carrier or permit holder pursuant to § 9. 1 point. i), j), k)
l) o) or p) ensure that the person who performs the transportation, presented
customs office performing supervision 13a ^) or performing control activities in
transport

A) nuclear items, radioactive substances or radioactive wastes
certified copy of the relevant approval by the Office, if required, and
announced their entrance into or exit from the territory of the Czech Republic
customs office

B) radioactive substances or radioactive waste in the European Union
addition to the documents referred to in subparagraph a) a written statement recipient
radioactive substances or radioactive waste-13b)
certified by the competent authority of the state recipient

C) nuclear materials, selected items and radioactive substances
exported across the Czech Republic from the European Union except
documents under a) and b) a certified copy of a valid permit the State to which they are to be
nuclear materials, selected items or radioactive substances
exported

D) during international transport of radioactive waste under § 9. 1
point. p) in addition to the documents referred to in subparagraphs a), b) and c)
forms required special legislation. ^ 13c)
The data contained in these documents for nuclear items
customs authorities shall immediately notify the Office; in the case of radioactive substances or radioactive wastes
customs authorities shall notify the Office of the required data
collectively once a month.

(3) If imported into the territory of a Member State of the European Union or
exported from the territory of a Member State of the European Union
radioactive material or radioactive wastes the recipient or sender has its seat or domicile
in Czech Republic and served declaration for release

Appropriate mode-13d) at an office based in the Czech Republic.

(4) If the customs authorities of shortcomings in the activities of persons controlled
pursuant to paragraph 2, are obliged transported nuclear items,
radioactive substances or radioactive wastes and the fact
promptly inform the Office.

§ 21

Use insignificant and minor ionizing radiation sources

(1) Permission to ionizing radiation under § 9.
1 point. i) there is no need to use insignificant or type-approved
minor ionizing radiation sources, it is carried out in accordance with
instructions for use of those resources approved by the Office of the rating
approval.

(2) A person who uses type-approved minor sources (hereinafter
"registrant") is required no later than the day before the commencement of this activity report of the Office


A) identification of the registrant,

B) the specification of ionizing radiation and their number

C) the facility where they will be placed sources,

D) proposed method of disposal of ionizing radiation sources.

(3) Permission to ionizing radiation under § 9.
1 point. i) no notification pursuant to paragraph 2 is not necessary if it is a
individual tasks and work with sources within the permitted or registered
ionizing radiation.

§ 22
Duties reporters


Applicant is obliged

A) use ionizing radiation sources only in accordance with the instructions for use
approved by the Authority under a type approval in accordance with § 23

B) notify the Office of any change in the particulars specified in § 21,

C) examine any violation of this Act and implementing regulations and
take remedial measures,

D) ensure safe termination of activities

E) maintain and keep records of ionizing radiation and the recorded information to the Office
way stipulated by regulation,

F) provide the necessary assistance for the performance of control activities of the Office.

§ 23
Type approval


(1) Containers for the transportation, storage or disposal of nuclear
material and radioactive substances specified in an implementing legal regulation
may be used only if they have been type-approved
Office. Sources of ionizing radiation stipulated in an implementing regulation
may be placed on the market if they have been type-approved by the Authority.
Product conformity assessment procedures under a special legal regulation 13e)
replaces the Type Approval Authority and thus assessed
products are considered as a type approved under this Act, unless a special legal regulation
^ 13e) provides otherwise; This does not apply to containers for
transport, storage or disposal of nuclear material and radioactive substances
by the implementing legislation.

(2) The Office shall open type-approval proceedings under paragraph 1 at the request of the manufacturer or
imported equipment at the request of the importer, the day when
application is received. The Office will decide on the application for type approval
cask for transportation or storage of nuclear material and radioactive substances specified
implementing regulation within 12 months from the initiation of proceedings
. In other cases, within 90 days of initiation.
Particulars of the application, documents that must be attached to the application and approval
way of implementing act.

(3) For products intended implementing regulation is part of the documentation for
Office's decision on type-approval documentation of tests that are carried out at the expense
applicants for legal persons appointed by the Authority.

(4) The device manufacturer in accordance with paragraph 1, produced for the purpose of
put into circulation shall manufacture according to the Office of the approved type
verify the identity of characteristics and parameters of individual products
approved type and demonstrate to the extent and in the manner prescribed by
decision on type approval of equipment or in the Regulations.

(5) The importer of the device under paragraph 1 shall only be imported by
approved types. The importer or the person placing such devices on the market,
is responsible for ensuring compliance verification of properties and parameters of individual
products with the approved type and demonstrate it to the extent and in the manner specified by
in the decision on type approval of equipment or | || implementing Regulations.


(6) Insignificant and minor sources of ionizing radiation and converting files
Type B (U) ^ 13f) for the transport of radioactive materials that have been approved
similar way in the Member States of the European Union, are considered || | type-approved under this Act.
CHAPTER FOUR


RADIOACTIVE WASTE MANAGEMENT

§ 24

(1) Any person who manages radioactive waste shall take into account
all their physical, chemical and biological properties that might
safe management control.

(2) The owner of radioactive waste or other natural or legal person
, managing the assets of the owner so that when her
radioactive waste is generated (hereinafter the "originator") bears all
costs associated with its management, from inception to
their disposal, including monitoring of radioactive waste repositories after their closure
and the necessary research and development work.
Contractual transfer of rights to the management of radioactive waste or
property must be in writing.

(3) Until spent or irradiated nuclear fuel or its originator
Office declares radioactive waste at disposal, except
requirements under other provisions of this Act, also apply
requirements as apply to radioactive waste.
Owner of spent or irradiated fuel shall manage it so as not
encumber the potential for further treatment.

(4) Radioactive waste is not covered by the law on waste
. ^ 14) Details for Radioactive Waste Management provides
implementing regulation.

(5) The person who requests the Authority for a license to operate under § 9. 1,
which have generated radioactive waste shall be filed with the Administration as
future radioactive waste; stating the particulars necessary for its
unambiguous identification, if it is a legal person, the information to identify
members of the statutory body, and further information on the activities that
be allowed, and the anticipated type and quantity of radioactive | || wastes that are generated. Data from the register are kept for 5 years after completion
payment deductions under § 27th

§ 25

The state guarantees the conditions laid down in this Act
safe disposal of all radioactive waste, including monitoring and supervision of repositories after their closure
.

§ 26

(1) To provide for activities associated with radioactive waste
Ministry of Industry and Commerce Administration establishes an organizational component of the state
. Management performs the appropriate actions based on authorization
under § 9. 1. In the event of cancellation of the rights and obligations of the founder
Administration.

(2) The activities of the Authority are funded from interest-bearing account
maintained by the Czech National Bank (hereinafter the "nuclear account").
The Ministry of Finance manages the nuclear account, which is part
accounts of state financial assets and liabilities, the use of which the Government decides. ^ 15)
nuclear account funds may be used only for the purposes of this Act
.

(3) The Authority's activities is

A) preparation, construction, commissioning, operation and closure
radioactive waste and the monitoring of their impact on the environment,

B) Radioactive waste

C) treatment of spent or irradiated nuclear fuel into a form suitable
storage or subsequent use,

D) keeping records of radioactive waste receipts and zoonotic

E) management of payments according to § 27

F) drafting proposals for determination of payments to the nuclear account,

G) provision and coordination of research and development in the field of waste
radioactive waste

H) control of reserves of licensees for decommissioning of their facilities and operations
approval outflows of reserves

I) the provision of services in the field of radioactive waste management,

J) Radioactive wastes which have been transported to the territory
Czech Republic from abroad and can not return

A) providing an interim administration ^ 16) for radioactive waste
cases by special Act 17) fell into the ownership
State; in the case of things found, abandoned or hidden ^ 18)
Administration is relevant also to their adoption, instead of a public authority designated special
law ^ 19)


L) management of radioactive materials seized by special
law-19a)

M) disbursed to municipalities according to § 27th

(4) The Authority shall operate under government-approved statute
budget and annual, three-year and long-term action plan.
Activities pursuant to paragraph 3. a), b) and c) management provided primarily by selecting
suppliers based on an assessment of nuclear safety, radiation protection
and economic benefit activities pursuant to paragraph 3. i)
Administration exercised only in connection with its other activities.

(5) The Ministry of Finance transfers funds from the nuclear account
account of the Authority by the government-approved plan of activities and budget
Administration.

(6) The Authority shall exercise the right to manage state property and charges
about it in their books. ^ 20) of its property management does.
Administration depreciated fixed assets, creates reserves and provisions.

(7) During the procurement, management governed by a special law. ^ 21)

(8) The resources of the Authority are subject to annual clearing nuclear
account. Income from its own activities transferred to the nuclear account and is
authorized to mediate payments in its favor.

(9) the Authority statute in accordance with § 27 provides a method of financial clearing
to the nuclear account and other management details, and defines which property to
which has the right to manage in their establishment.

(10) Management creates a fund cultural and social needs by
special regulation. ^ 22)

§ 27

(1) Revenues are mainly nuclear account

A) funds from radioactive waste

B) Interest on nuclear account

C) Income from operations with nuclear account the financial market

D) the revenue administration and payments mediated by the Authority,

E) grants, donations, grants and other revenues.

(2) Applicants are required to pay at the expense of their costs ^ 12)
funds to cover the costs of disposal of radioactive waste that
incurred or to be incurred, and related management activities.
These funds are collected in the nuclear account in the form of levies. Unless this law
otherwise, the procedure for managing deductions under the Tax Code.

(3) The amount of the levy is determined on the basis of the anticipated costs of the activities provided
Administration and the share of the originators of the total
produce radioactive waste in relation to each administration activities with
ahead three years, according to the annual three-year long-term plan
Business Administration.

(4) Contributions under paragraphs 2 and 3 shall apply

A) in advance of the monthly payment basis, which is among the originators
operating nuclear power plants annual electricity production measured at the generator terminals
au agents operating research nuclear reactors
heat dissipation of more than 0.1 megawatt hours
annual production of thermal energy; the deposit amount is derived from production in a given month and
payment rate set by the Government

B) once originators not referred to in subparagraph a) (hereinafter referred to as' originators
small amount of radioactive wastes ") in the amount fixed by government regulation
conditions for the acceptance of radioactive waste for disposal or storage
(§ 31); the amount of levy increases annually,
however not more than 7% compared to the immediately preceding year;
originators of a small amount of radioactive waste levy paid on receipt of radioactive waste
Administration that a levy on radioactive waste
do not qualify for disposal or storage management provides
appropriately.

(5) Award for removal pursuant to paragraph 4. a) shall be submitted to the Administration
its form by 31 January of the following year.

(6) The balance of the nuclear account run
state assets may be invested in the financial market only in liquid
state bonds, the Czech National Bank bonds with government guarantees
or in securities of issuers who have a degree evaluation
agency selected by the Ministry of Finance, at least at the level
Czech Republic. Financial Investment, the Ministry of Finance
provide through other persons. The manner of investment and its profitability
overseen by the Ministry of Finance.

(7) The amount and method of payments to the nuclear account, especially foundation
levy payment rate, payment period, payment due, filing

Payment return and payment advances and their mode of administration, including
way payer records are kept, the rules by which it will be possible
originators of a small amount of radioactive waste to repay the levy payment
cost of storing them in favor of nuclear account through
Administration, determined by the Government.

(8) Where will the safe disposal of radioactive waste
so that the cost Authority for activities related to the management of the originator
not reach the expected level and producer has ceased operations during which he
radioactive waste formed the government in approving the budget
Administration decides on reimbursement of unused resources to this generator.

(9) The contribution from the nuclear account belongs to the municipality in whose cadastral area is


A) established exploration area for special intervention into the Earth's crust to
storage of radioactive waste in underground spaces ^ 41)

B) established a protected area for special intervention into the Earth's crust to
storage of radioactive waste in underground spaces, 3) or

C) permitted the operation of radioactive waste repositories.

(10) municipalities that belong in a calendar year contribution under paragraph 9
point. a) or c) contribution pursuant to paragraph 9 point. b) does not belong.
This paper provides an ex officio after the expiry of the period for
bringing an action against an administrative decision within the meaning of paragraph 9.

(11) Contribution from the nuclear account shall not exceed 4,000,000 CZK.
Government regulation lays down rules for granting the allowance and the amount paid under paragraph 9
point. b) and c) as well as the method of calculating the benefit under paragraph 9
point. a), and taking into account the size of the exploration area
for special intervention into the Earth's crust to store radioactive waste in underground spaces
.

§ 28

(1) The State shall provide financial resources for the activities carried out by the
according to § 26 par. 3 point. j) and k), and on radioactive waste
which were imposed by the regulations in force until the effective date of this Act
.

(2) The State may grant a subsidy to eliminate old radiation burdens, namely


A) the disposal of radioactive waste generated until the privatization
^ 24) of their authors,

B) elimination of radioactive contamination of the environment,
which occurred prior to privatization ^ 24) of its generators,

C) the extent of the relative costs of disposal of radioactive waste arising from
substances or objects that have been contaminated with radionuclides to the privatization of
^ 24) of their authors,

D) the extent of a proportional part of the costs of decommissioning facilities
commissioned before their privatization ^ 24)
including necessary research and development work,

E) to detect risks arising from the presence of radon and its decay products
in the indoor air of buildings, the adoption of measures
demonstrably justified under § 6 para. 5 and measures to reduce
content of natural radionuclides in drinking water intended for public
supply.

Subsidy may be granted at the request of proving facts
referred to in letters a) to e).

§ 29

(1) The bodies of the Administration of the Board and Director. The statutory body of the Authority
director. The Director must be blameless according to § 11 must meet the requirements
verified as special law ^ 9) must be eligible to
legal capacity and must have a university degree and at least six years of professional experience
.

(2) The members of the Council and the Director appointed by the Minister of Industry and Trade
(the "Minister").

(3) The Council has 11 members. The Council consists of representatives of governmental authorities, agents
radioactive waste and the public.
Be representatives of radioactive waste is four people, represent the public
four people. Council membership is a public function. ^ 25)

(4) A Board member may only be a person of probity under § 11 and eligible for
legal capacity. Council member may not be in an employment relationship
or similar relation. The term of office of Council members is five years.

(5) The Council

A) oversees the management and efficiency of spending on
activities provided and performed by the Authority, notify the Authority Director and the Minister
deficiencies and propose remedial measures,


B) recommend to the Minister for submission to the government an annual, three-year and long-term
activity plan and budget Messages

C) assess implementation of the annual plan and budget and arrange
annual accounts of the auditor's report,

D) recommend to the Minister dismissal or appointment of the Director of Administration, possibly
Administration organizational changes or amendments to the Statute Messages

E) recommend to the Minister proposal for the establishment of Nuclear Account.

(6) The Director has the right to attend Council meetings in an advisory capacity.

§ 30

(1) The Minister on the draft report submitted to the Government for approval

) The annual plan of the Authority, including the annual budget

B) three-year plan of the Authority, including the planned revenues and expenditures
coupled with the long-term plan and the work of the Administration
estimates of revenue and expenditure,

C) the annual report of the Authority, including its audited annual financial statements
and evaluate the effectiveness of utilization of resources,

D) the Authority statute

E) a draft government ordinance concerning determination of payments to the nuclear account on the basis
proposal under § 26 par. 3 point. F).

(2) In case of danger in delay approval of the annual work plan and budget
the Minister shall be entitled to approve a provisional annual plan and budget
Administration on the basis of the Authority shall perform its activities until the approval of the action plan
and the government budget.

§ 31

(1) The Authority shall accept radioactive waste from a generator in case
that the waste meets acceptance criteria for waste disposal (hereinafter referred
"acceptance").

(2) Conditions for accepting waste for storage and discharge means, including
sanctions will be regulated by an agreement to be concluded between originator and
Administration.

(3) The acceptance criteria set by the Office of the operating license for
each store based on the assessment submitted by the Administration
safety analysis of nuclear safety, radiation
protection, physical protection and emergency preparedness.

(4) The Authority shall accept radioactive waste or handle
radioactive waste at the discretion of the Authority under § 3 para. 3
point. u), even if they do not meet the acceptance criteria. In this case
Administration to ensure cost producer of such waste treatment
into a form that meets the conditions of acceptability for storage or
safe storage of these wastes to create conditions for the final solution.

(5) The claim for reimbursement of costs for radioactive waste
a lapse of three years from the date of identification of
radioactive waste, but not later than 20 years from the date on which the Authority accepted
these radioactive waste for disposal.

(6) Radioactive Waste Administration upon receipt from the originator
pass into state ownership. Handover and acceptance of radioactive waste
originator and Management acknowledge in writing to each other.
CHAPTER FIVE


CIVIL LIABILITY FOR NUCLEAR DAMAGE

§ 32

(1) For the purposes of civil liability for nuclear damage shall apply
provisions of international treaties ^ 26), which the Czech Republic is bound.

(2) The provisions of the general laws ^ 27) ^ 28)
liability for damages shall only be used unless an international treaty ^ 26) or
this Act.

§ 33

(1) The holder of a permit to operate a nuclear facility ^ 29) Article. I point 1.
J) of the Vienna Convention on Civil Liability for Nuclear Damage.
or for any activities associated with the use of nuclear installation or holder
authorization to transport nuclear materials ^ 30) Article. I point 1. h)
Vienna Convention on Civil Liability for Nuclear Damage.
operator is ^ 31) Article. I point 1. c)
Vienna Convention on Civil Liability for Nuclear Damage. responsible for nuclear damage
^ 32) Article. I point 1. k) of the Vienna Convention on Civil Liability for Nuclear
damage. under an international treaty, ^ 26)
which the Czech Republic is bound.

(2) If one person has been licensed to more
nuclear installations located in the territory for which it was approved
common internal emergency plan, these devices are considered, for the purposes of liability for nuclear damage, as
single nuclear device. A single nuclear device
in relation to liability for nuclear damage can not be regarded more

Nuclear facilities, which are authorized by different persons even when the
devices are directly linked.

§ 34

(1) In determining the scope and method of compensation for nuclear damage shall apply
provisions of the general legislation on liability. ^ 27)
determine the amount of damages shall apply to regulations in force at the time of the nuclear events
, ^ 33) that nuclear damage caused.

(2) Nuclear damage also damage arising costs
necessary measures to prevent or reduce exposure or to restore
original or equivalent state of the environment if these measures
triggered a nuclear event and the nature of the damage it allows
.

(3) The Regulations set limits for concentrations and quantities of nuclear material
to which the provisions on nuclear damage in accordance with an international treaty
^ 34) do not apply.

§ 35

Liability of a licensee for nuclear damage caused by each single nuclear event
is limited in the case

A) nuclear facilities for energy purposes, ^ 35)
storage facilities and repositories of spent nuclear fuel intended for these devices, or nuclear
materials generated by processing of this fuel, to EUR 8 billion. CZK, || |
B) other nuclear installations and shipments, to EUR 2 billion. CZK.

§ 36

(1) A licensee under § 33 shall arrange insurance covering his
liability for nuclear damage with an insurer authorized by
special law ^ 36) unless stated other financial security
liability for nuclear damage.

(2) The Ministry of Finance in consultation with the Board and the Ministry of Industry and Trade
determined by means of an exemption decision from paragraph 1, in order
economical spending of state funds, for which a permit holder
instead of insurance requires different
financial security for liability for nuclear damage.

(3) The insured sum in cases under § 35 point. a) shall not be less than
2 billion. CZK, in cases under § 35 point. b) less than 300 mil. CZK.

(4) Insurance is concluded or other financial security shall be determined separately for each
nuclear facilities or the transport of nuclear materials within the meaning
§ 33 paragraph. 2nd

(5) Further conditions of insurance provides general insurance conditions
insurer approved by the authority of state insurance supervision.
Detailed conditions of other financial security determined by the Ministry of Finance
.

§ 37

(1) The State undertakes to settle acknowledged claims for compensation for nuclear damage
if they are not reimbursed by the compulsory insurance or other financial security
set, and the amount

A) 8 billion. CZK been exhausted by the insurer in the range of 2 bill. CZK in cases
device according to § 35 point. a)

B) 2 billion. CZK been exhausted by the insurer in the range of CZK 300 million.
In cases of installations under § 35 point. b).

(2) The right of the State as guarantor penalty to settle acknowledged claims
compensation for nuclear damage against the licensee is not affected.

§ 38

(1) The right to compensation for nuclear damage shall be extinguished if title to her
compensation was not raised within three years from the date on which the injured
about the events that led to nuclear damage, and who responsible for it,
knew or could know, but not later than ten years after
occurrence of this event, or after expiry of insurance
if the validity of the insurance longer.

(2) A licensee is when there will be a nuclear
events must be reported in the area affected by the event
according to the findings of the Office on the basis of National Radiation Monitoring Network
according to § 3. 3 point. j) that
for nuclear damage caused by this event. This written notice must be publicly accessible
by the licensee and the respective regional office and
at all municipal offices in this area.
CHAPTER SIX


PERFORMANCE STATE SUPERVISION AND PENALTIES

§ 39
Control activities


(1) The Office shall monitor compliance with this Act, the regulations issued for its implementation
and obligations thereunder.
Office performs checks on persons who have been issued a permit under § 9. 1 or
meet the reporting obligation pursuant to § 21 para. 2, by persons performing

Activities related to nuclear energy and activities leading to
radiation, which does not require permission or notification, the person responsible for
preparation or implementation of interventions to reduce natural exposure or
exposure due to radiation accidents and persons who can reasonably
assume that illegally use nuclear energy, exercise
activities leading to radiation or other activities requiring a permit
under this Act, and those for whom there is a reasonable suspicion that
violate the obligations arising from international agreements concerning
use of nuclear energy and ionizing radiation, which is
Czech Republic is bound and from the manufacturers, importers and suppliers of building materials and
waters.

(2) controlling the Office inspectors. An inspector may only be
person having legal capacity who has a university degree
relevant field and three years of professional experience. The inspector must be professionally qualified
in its control area, blameless according to § 11
safety and eligible under the special legal regulation 1c) in the case
carrying out sensitive activities pursuant to § 2a. Inspectors appointed by the President
Office.

(3) Inspectors and Chairman of the Authority shall be entitled to participate in the investigation and
liquidation of events important to nuclear safety, radiation
protection, physical protection and emergency preparedness, including
unauthorized handling of nuclear items or resources
ionizing radiation.

(4) Perform a physical inspection of nuclear items and check their
register are entitled to accompany the inspectors Office also
inspectors of the International Atomic Energy Agency in accordance with international
agreement by which the Czech Republic is bound ^ 2 )
and inspectors of the European Commission. Examining the fulfillment of obligations under the Treaty
CTBT carried out by inspectors authorized by
hereof. Method of performing control shall be governed by the provisions of this Treaty
.

§ 40

Remedial Measures

If the Board finds shortcomings in the activities of the person is entitled

A) inspected person within the prescribed period to rectify the situation

B) inspected person to perform technical inspections, reviews or tests
operational capability of the device, its parts, system or
their files if it is necessary for verification of nuclear safety and radiation protection
, and monitoring and implementation of interventions to reduce or disposal
lasting exposure or

C) withdraw the authorization of special professional competence employees
controlled by persons who seriously violated their duties or who
does not meet the conditions for professional, medical or psychological fitness.

§ 41
Fines


Authority imposed for breach of the legal obligations stipulated by this law a fine of up to


A) CZK 100 mil. To anyone who violates the prohibition against the use of nuclear energy for other than peaceful purposes
under § 4 or prohibition under § 5 para. 1

B) 50 mil. CZK person who carries out activity without a permit under § 9
paragraph. 1

C) 10 mil. CZK licensee violating obligations pursuant to § 17
20

D) 10 mil. CZK person who violates the ban on import of radioactive waste for
store them under § 5 para. 2, does not fulfill the obligation of Nuclear
account under § 27 or obligation radioactive waste disposal only || | person designated to do so under § 26 and § 48 para. 1

E) CZK 200 thousand individuals of statutory bodies and CZK 100,000
employees of the inspected person for distortion or concealment of facts
important for supervision or failure to cooperate during
control

F) CZK 1 mil. For failure to comply with other obligations imposed by this Act.

§ 42

(1) A fine under § 41 may be imposed within three years from the date on which the Office identified
infringement, but not later than ten years from the day when the breach of duty occurred
.

(2) In determining the fine, the seriousness, significance and time
duration of the infringement and the extent of the consequences for
timely and effective collaboration in troubleshooting. Where
was remedied immediately after it was found to have breached
obligations, and the Office was given an effective synergy and there have been no
damage to persons or the environment, the Authority may from imposing || | fines waived.


(3) The Office initiated administrative proceedings against a natural person fined under this Act
stops or proceedings not be initiated unless the administration
offense was committed in concurrence with the crime and the deed was
final decision authority law enforcement.
If the criminal proceedings are only initiated Office administrative proceedings interrupted.
For criminal proceedings does not run according to § 42

(4) The Office shall collect penalties imposed under § 41. Fines are income to the state budget
.
PART II



Canceled
§ 43


Canceled PART III



Canceled
§ 44


Canceled PART IV


Supplementing Act CZECH NATIONAL COUNCIL no. 586/1992 Coll., On income taxes,
AS AMENDED

§ 45

Czech National Council Act no. 586/1992 Coll., On income taxes, as amended
Czech National Council Act no. 35/1993 Coll., Act no. 96/1993 Coll., Act
C. 157/1993 Coll., Act no. 196/1993 Coll., Act no. 323/1993 Coll., Act No.
. 42/1994 Coll., Act no. 85/1994 Coll., Act no. 114/1994 Coll., Act No.
. 259/1994 Coll., Act no. 32/1995 Coll., Act no. 87/1995 Coll., Act No.
. 118/1995 Coll., Act no. 149/1995 Coll., Act no. 248/1995 Coll. and
Act no. 316/1996 Coll., shall be amended as follows:

In § 18 par. 2 point. b) the period is replaced by a comma and a new letter
c), including note. 19e) reads:

"C) income from own activities of the Radioactive Waste Repository-19e)
excluding income subject to special tax rate
according to § 36 of this Act.

19e) § 26. 8 of Act no. 18/1997 Coll., on peaceful use of nuclear
energy and ionizing radiation (atomic Act) and amending and supplementing certain laws
. ".
PART V


COMMON, TRANSITIONAL AND FINAL

§ 46

The tasks and responsibilities of central government authorities in the area of ​​emergency preparedness


(1) For the purposes of the Radiation Monitoring Network in the Czech Republic

A) The Ministry of Finance ensures operation of specified parts of monitoring points
at border crossings and participates in the provision of mobile groups

B) The Ministry of Defence participates in ensuring the timely detection of network
radiation situation, monitoring points at roadblocks and border crossings
, mobile groups and aircraft group and provides air
resources survey

C) The Ministry of Interior is involved in the provision of mobile groups

D) The Ministry of Agriculture participates in ensuring measuring points
contamination of water and food contamination measuring points,

E) The Ministry of Environment is providing weather services and
contributes to ensuring network of early detection of radiation situation
measuring points contamination of air and water contamination measuring points.

Implementing legal regulation stipulates the method of data transfer.

(2) The Ministry of Interior provides in ensuring emergency preparedness and
during its verification system of notification and warning.

(3) The Ministry of Health creates a system of special medical care
selected clinics to persons irradiated during radiation accidents
.

§ 46a

(1) Regional Office under the protection of the public against exposure from natural sources


A) implementing the distribution and collection of detectors designed to search
buildings with higher levels of exposure from natural radionuclides in their indoor air
manner stipulated by the implementing legislation,

B) passes the owners of buildings measurement results and informs them about the conditions
obtaining grants from the state budget according to § 28 par. 2 point. e)

C) accepts applications for subsidies from the state budget according to § 28 paragraph
. 2 point. e), and together with its opinion and the opinion of the Authority, which will require
is forwarded to the Ministry of Finance,

D) checks in cooperation with the Authority and the respective building authority
effectiveness of the measures implemented to protect public health before
radiation from natural radionuclides.

(2) Subsidies from the state budget according to § 28 par. 2 point. e) provides
Ministry of Finance. The procedure for receiving applications for the granting of these subsidies
, the application requirements and procedures for transmitting requests
Regional Office of the Ministry of Finance adjusted the implementing legislation.

(3) Office


A) coordinates and methodically manages the distribution and collection of detectors designed to search
buildings with a higher level of exposure from natural radionuclides in
their indoor air,

B) stipulates the conditions for granting subsidies from the state budget
according to § 28 par. 2 point. e) and in cooperation with regional authorities
keep records retrieved objects
meet these conditions

C) issue an opinion on the application for a grant from the state budget
according to § 28 par. 2 point. e) an opinion and to assess the effectiveness of measures
protiradonového.

§ 46b

The powers of regional authorities, the municipal authority with extended powers
or a municipal authority under this Act shall
exercise of delegated powers.

§ 46c

(1) The Ministry of the Interior or the Police of the Czech Office for the performance
covered under § 3 para. 3 point. i) and o) of the Act provides

A) the reference data from the basic register of residents,

B) data from the agenda information system of civil registration

C) data from the foreigners information system.

(2) The data provided pursuant to paragraph 1. a)

) Name,

B) the name or names,

C) the date, place and district of birth; by the data subject, who was born in
abroad, the date, place and country where he was born,

D) address of residence,

E) the date, place and district of death; in the case of died outside the territory
Czech Republic, the date of death, place and the State in whose territory the death occurred
; if it is issued by a court decision declaring the death, the day
who is in the decision as the date of death or the date on which entity data
declared dead survived, and the date of entry into force of this
decision | ||
F) citizenship, or multiple citizenships.

(3) The data provided pursuant to paragraph 1. b)

A) the name or names, surname, maiden name,

B) date of birth,

C) gender

D) place and district of birth; the citizen who was born abroad, state
where he was born

E) identification number,

F) citizenship, or multiple citizenships,

G) the date, place and district of death; in the case of the death of a citizen outside the territory of the Czech Republic
, date, place and the State in whose territory the death occurred.

(4) The data provided pursuant to paragraph 1. c)

A) the name or names, surname, maiden name,

B) date of birth,

C) gender

D) the place and country where the foreigner was born

E) identification number,

F) citizenship, or multiple citizenships,

G) the type and address of residence,

H) the date, place and district of death; in the case of deaths outside the Czech Republic
, State on whose territory the death occurred, and date of death.

(5) Data that are kept as reference data in the basic register
population, the use of records information system
residents or foreigners information system only if they are in the shape
previous temporary situation .

(6) From the data provided in a particular case can only use
data that are necessary to fulfill the task.

§ 47

Common and transitional provisions

(1) In any proceedings under this Act shall be governed by general law
regulations ^ 39), unless stipulated otherwise.

(2) Persons who store radioactive waste on the basis
permits issued under the Act no. 28/1984 Coll., On state supervision over nuclear
safety of nuclear installations, or on the basis of Ministry of Health
Czech Socialist Republic no. 59/1972 Coll., on protection
health from ionizing radiation are entitled to exercise this activity
until its handover radioactive waste Management according to §
48 par. 1st

(3) Persons who are engaged in activities covered by this Act on the basis
consent or authorization issued pursuant to Act no. 28/1984 Coll., On state
nuclear safety supervision of nuclear facilities are obliged || | adjust its legal situation within one year of the effective date of this Act
requirements specified in § 18 par. 1 point. e) and § 36
to two years from the effective date of this Act, the requirements specified in § 17 paragraph
. Point 1. i) in § 18 par. 1 point. m) and n), and other requirements
this Act within five years of its coming into effect with the exception of § 48, which

Obligation arises on the day of the establishment of the nuclear account.
Those deadlines, the original license or permission expires.

(4) The authorization to ionizing radiation
decree issued by the Ministry of Health of the Czech Socialist Republic
no. 59/1972 Coll., On health protection against ionizing radiation
ends expiry, on which it was issued, but no later than
five years from the effective date of this Act.

(5) Proceedings not completed prior to the entry into force of this Act shall
completed pursuant to the laws in force at the time of initiation.

(6) Emergency planning zones established before the effective date of this Act shall be deemed
emergency planning zones established by this Act.

(7) The Office shall issue a decree to implement § 2, 3, 4, 4a, 4b, 6, 7, 8, 9, 13,
14, 17, 18, except for paragraph 1 point. h), § 20, 22, 23, 24, 34, 46 and
points AI1, AI2, BI1, Db) 4 I.6., I.7, I.8, I. 2, 3 I. and P.
Annex.

(8) The Ministry of Industry and Trade, in agreement with the Office provides legal
regulation specific requirements to ensure uniformity and accuracy of measuring instruments and measurements
activities associated with the use of nuclear energy
and practices resulting in irradiation.

(9) The Ministry of Industry and Trade, in agreement with the Authority and the Ministry of Finance
issue an implementing regulation to § 18 par. 1 point. h).

(10) The Office shall issue a decree to implement § 46a para. 1 point. a) and § 46a
paragraph. 3 point. b). The Ministry of Finance will issue a decree to implement § 46a
paragraph. second

(11) The Ministry of Defence within its jurisdiction to exercise state supervision over radiation protection
in military facilities
take measures to remove deficiencies and provides important information on the Office
radiation protection.

(12) For the purposes of the special legal předpisu39a) with exposure to ionizing radiation
, including significantly increased exposure from natural sources
considered the workplace as a risk factor working conditions and
work in controlled areas covered and specific regulations
prescription-39a) unless this Act otherwise stated.
Work with sources of ionizing radiation, which may be performed only category A workers,
and work in exercising supervision over nuclear safety and radiation protection
are in terms of special legislation 39b) CATEGORY second and
work at risk. Others work with ionizing radiation
are considered the first work category.

§ 48

(1) Radioactive waste repositories operated until
persons other than the Authority shall be transferred within three years from the effective date of this Act
state-owned and entrusted to the Authority, with the exception of storage
form of dumps, tailings or heaps arising
mining activities which include radioactive waste, possibly formed
mine as part of their elementary school uses radioactive waste

A) if the operator of the state-owned enterprise ^ 40), and within three years
effective date of this Act, the Office obtains a permit under § 9 point. j)
and

B) if their owner within three years from the effective date of this Act
Administration to conclude a contract to ensure radiation protection or

C) where measures to reduce radioactive contamination are not justified
benefits pursuant to § 6. 2nd

(2) State enterprise, ^ 40), the founder of which has declared downturn
not obliged to establish a decommissioning according to § 18 par. 1
point. h).

§ 49
Final provisions


Repealed:

First Act no. 287/1993 Coll., On the competence of the State Office for Nuclear Safety
, as amended by Act no. 85/1995 Coll.

Second Law no. 28/1984 Coll., On state nuclear safety supervision
nuclear facilities.

Third Decree of the Ministry of Health of the Czech Socialist Republic no.
59/1972 Coll., On health protection against ionizing radiation.

Fourth Decree of the Czechoslovak Atomic Energy Commission no. 28/1977 Coll.
On registration and control of nuclear materials, as amended by Decree no. 100/1989 Coll
.

Fifth Decree of the Czechoslovak Atomic Energy Commission no. 67/1987 Coll.
To ensure nuclear safety in the handling of radioactive waste.

6th Decree of the Czechoslovak Atomic Energy Commission no. 100/1989 Coll., On
safety protection of nuclear facilities and nuclear materials.


7th Decree of the Czechoslovak Atomic Energy Commission no. 191/1989 Coll.
Which establishes methods, terms and conditions for verification of special professional competence of selected personnel
nuclear facilities.

8th Decree of the Czechoslovak Atomic Energy Commission no. 436/1990 Coll.
On quality assurance of selected equipment for nuclear safety
nuclear facilities.

9th Decree of the Ministry of Health of the Czech Republic no. 76/1991 Coll.
On requirements for limiting exposure to radon and other natural radionuclides
.

10th Proceeds of the Czechoslovak Atomic Energy Commission, no. 2/1978 on
ensuring nuclear safety in the design, permitting and construction execution
Nuclear Power Installations (registered in
28/1978 Coll.).

11th Proceeds of the Czechoslovak Atomic Energy Commission, no. 4/1979 on
General Criteria for Nuclear Safety emplace
Nuclear Power Installations (registered in 9/1979 Sb.).

12th Proceeds of the Czechoslovak Atomic Energy Commission, no. 6/1980 on
ensuring nuclear safety during commissioning and operation of nuclear power facilities
(registered in 13/1980 Coll.).

13th Proceeds of the Czechoslovak Atomic Energy Commission, no. 8/1981 on
testing equipment for the transportation and storage of radioactive materials
(registered in 20/1981 Coll.).

14th Proceeds of the Czechoslovak Atomic Energy Commission, no. 9/1985 on
ensuring nuclear safety research nuclear facilities
(registered in 11/1985 Coll.).

§ 50

This Act comes into force on 1 July 1997, except for Title
fourth and fifth and § 48, which shall take effect on the date of publication.
Zeman

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Klaus vr


Arrival.

The content of the documentation required for the issuance of permits to individual
activities according to § 13 par. 3 point. d) of this Act

A.

Documentation for permit location of a nuclear installation or radioactive waste repository


I. Specifications Safety Report, the content of which must be

First Characteristics and certificates of suitability of the selected site terms
criteria for siting of nuclear facilities and radioactive waste
by the implementing legislation,

Second characterization and preliminary evaluation of the concept of the project in terms
requirements set by the implementing regulation for nuclear safety, radiation protection
, emergency preparedness,

Third preliminary assessment of the impact on the operation of the proposed facility
personnel, the public and the environment

Fourth draft concept for safe decommissioning,

Fifth evaluation of quality assurance in selecting the location, method
quality assurance for preparatory stage of construction and security policies
quality successive stages.

II. Analysis of needs and possibilities of physical protection.

B.

Documentation for permission to build a nuclear facility or workplace
IV. category

I. Preliminary Safety Report, the content of which must be

First proof that the solution proposed project meets the requirements
nuclear safety, radiation protection and emergency preparedness
set by the implementing legislation

Second safety analyzes and analyzes the possibility of unauthorized handling
nuclear materials and ionizing radiation sources and evaluation of their
consequences for workers, residents and environmental

Third information on the expected life of the nuclear installation or
very significant sources of ionizing radiation

Fourth formation evaluation and radioactive waste handling
during commissioning and operation of facilities being licensed or workplace

Fifth the concept of safe termination of operation and decommissioning of
being licensed facility or workplace, including the disposal of radioactive waste
,

6th concept for spent nuclear fuel

7th assessment of quality assurance during preparation for construction, method of quality assurance
stage of construction and principles of quality assurance
successive stages

8th List of selected equipment.

II. Proposed method of providing physical protection.

The documentation referred to in Section I. 8 and section II. The Authority shall approve.

C.

Documentation for permits for individual stages of nuclear installation commissioning


A) For stages prior to loading nuclear fuel into the reactor


First schedule of work in this stage,

Second program given stage,

Third cards preparedness equipment and personnel to the stage

Fourth evaluation of the results of the previous stage,

Fifth method of physical protection.

B) For the first nuclear fuel loading into the reactor

I. Pre-operational safety report which shall include

First description of the changes to the original project evaluated in the preliminary safety report
cards and that there was no decrease in the level of nuclear safety
nuclear facility

Second and specifying additional licenses for nuclear safety and radiation protection
,

Third limits and conditions of safe operation of nuclear facilities,

Fourth neutron-physical characteristics of the reactor,

Fifth way of dealing with radioactive waste,

6th evaluation of the quality of selected equipment;

II. additional documentation, which must contain

First evidence that they have complied with previous decisions and conditions of the Office

Second schedule for nuclear fuel loading

Third program loading of nuclear fuel

Fourth certificate of readiness of equipment and personnel for the loading of nuclear fuel
,

Fifth evaluating the results of previous stages

6th internal emergency plan

7th changes in the provision of physical protection,

8th program operational controls

9th draft decommissioning method,

10th cost estimate for decommissioning under point II. 9 certified
Administration.

C) For stages following the first nuclear fuel loading into the reactor


First schedule of work in this stage,

Second program given stage,

Third cards on the readiness of equipment and personnel to the stage

Fourth evaluation of the results of the previous stage.

D) For the stage of trial operation of the radioactive waste repository

I. Pre-operational safety report which shall include

First description of the changes to the original project evaluated in the preliminary safety report and
evidence that there was no decrease in the level of nuclear safety
nuclear facility

Second specifying additional licenses for nuclear safety and radiation protection
,

Third limits and conditions of safe operation of nuclear facilities,

Fourth way of dealing with radioactive waste,

Fifth evaluation of the quality of selected equipment;

II. additional documentation, which must contain

First work schedule,

Second program works

Third proof that they were satisfied prior decisions and conditions of the Office

Fourth evidence of readiness of equipment and personnel

Fifth way to ensure the physical protection

6th internal emergency plan

7th program operational controls.

Documentation specified under a) in paragraphs 2 and 5, under b)
points in the first 3 II. 6-9 and under c) in paragraph 2 and under letter d)
points I.3, II.5 and II.6 approved by the Office. The Office may open proceedings even though
documentation is not submitted in accordance with points II. 4th

D.

Documentation for approval to operate a nuclear installation or workplace
III. or IV. category

A) To enable the operation of nuclear facilities

First Supplies pre-operational safety report and further supplements to documentation
required to issue a license for the first nuclear fuel loading into the reactor
relating to changes carried out after the first loading
nuclear fuel

Second evaluation of results of previous commissioning stages,

Third Proof of compliance with previous decisions and conditions of the Office

Fourth certificate of readiness of equipment and personnel to operate,

Fifth schedule operation

6th updated limits and conditions for safe operation.

B) To enable the operation of workplace III. or IV. category

First the expected manner and scope of work with ionizing radiation
workplace, specification of radiation sources, with which it has to be handled
types and accessories

Second a description of the state of construction and assembly work, evidence of efficacy
shielding, insulation and protective devices, allowing initiation
radiation activities,

Third evidence of radiation protection optimization (§ 4 para. 4 of this Act)

Fourth monitoring program to the extent determined by the implementing legal regulation
,

Fifth draft definition of the controlled zone, the estimated number of people
working in it and the way barriers to entry of unauthorized persons into this
zone

6th internal emergency plan


7th proof of special professional competence of workers performing
significant activities in terms of radiation protection

8th the anticipated type and quantity of released radionuclides and
supposed type and amount of radioactive wastes and their disposal
way,

9th draft decommissioning method and estimated costs of decommissioning verified
Administration.

Documentation specified under a) in paragraph 6 and under b)
in paragraphs 4, 5 and 6, approved by the Office. The Authority may initiate proceedings even if it is not
dossier referred to in subparagraph a) Section 4.

E.

Documentation for permission to restart a nuclear reactor to
critical condition after an exchange of nuclear fuel

First Neutron-physical characteristics of the reactor,

Second cards on the readiness of equipment and personnel to the re-commissioning
nuclear reactor to criticality, including preliminary evaluation
operational controls

Third schedule for subsequent operation.

Office may open proceedings even if documentation is not submitted in accordance with point
second

F.

Documentation for permits for reconstruction or other changes affecting
nuclear safety, radiation protection, physical protection and emergency preparedness
nuclear installations or workplaces III. or IV.

Category
First Description and justification of prepared reconstruction or other changes

Second documentation updates that were approved under
commissioning and operation of nuclear facilities,

Third the anticipated time schedule for reconstruction or changes

Fourth cards that the consequences of reconstruction or other changes implemented
does not adversely affect nuclear safety, radiation protection, physical
protection and emergency preparedness

The documentation referred to in paragraph 2 approved by the Office.

G.

Documentation to enable the various stages of decommissioning
nuclear installations or workplaces III. or IV. category

First Proof of funding for the decommissioning

Second description of changes to the site due to the operation of nuclear facilities,

Third description of technological procedures proposed for decommissioning,

Fourth the timetable for decommissioning

Fifth method of dismantling, decontamination, treatment, transportation, storage and disposal of parts
equipment contaminated with radionuclides

6th supposed radionuclide composition and activity of radionuclides
released into the environment and the resulting radioactive waste

7th way of dealing with radioactive waste, including its storage,

8th limits and conditions for the disposal of radioactive waste during decommissioning
,

9th safety analysis

10th scope and method of measurement and evaluation of exposure of employees and persons
contamination of the workplace and its vicinity by radionuclides and ionizing radiation

11th internal emergency plan

12th proof of physical protection of nuclear facilities
taken out of operation.

Documentation specified in paragraphs 8, 10 and 11 approved by the Office.

H.

Documentation to permit release of radionuclides into the environment

First Rationale introduction of radionuclides into the environment

Second radionuclide composition and activity of radionuclides released into the environment
,

Third evaluation of the exposure of critical group of population
released radionuclides

Fourth Analysis options accumulation of radionuclides in the environment during their long
discharge.

I.

Documentation for permission ionizing radiation

First Rationale management of sources,

Second specification of radiation sources with which to be treated, their types and
accessories

Third a description of the definition of the monitored zone (§ 4 para. 4 of this Act)
at the workplace, where will the resources handled (schematic plan)
complete information about shielding, protective devices and equipment jobs

Fourth evidence of radiation protection optimization (§ 4 para. 4 of this Act)

Fifth proof of special professional competence of workers performing
significant activities in terms of radiation protection

6th monitoring program to the extent determined by the implementing legal regulation
,

7th in cases stipulated by the implementing legislation defining the proposal
controlled area, the estimated number of people working in it and the way
barriers to entry of unauthorized persons into the zone


8th the use of resources set out in an implementing regulation
internal emergency plan

9th with an expected release of radionuclides into the environment or produce radioactive waste
supposed type and amount of radionuclides released
and the expected type and amount of
radioactive waste and the manner of their disposal,

10th the manufacture or import source specification types of ionizing radiation
to be manufactured or imported, the expected amount and schedule
manufacture or import and proof of ability to verify compliance
individual products with the type,

11th in the distribution of sources of ionizing radiation or other marketing
specification of types of ionizing radiation sources and the expected amounts
individual products

12th conducting tests in the implementing legislation for the evaluation of properties
artificial sources of evidence of the ability to measure and verify
properties of ionizing radiation sources, design methodologies and relevant
procedures, an overview of the equipment and its security for the execution of the proposed
services and concepts metrology,

13th on export of ionizing radiation sources specification types that have
be exported, the expected amount and schedule of exports and sources
by the implementing legislation also
document certified by a competent authority of the country of the recipient that the recipient meets the conditions || | to ionizing radiation.

Documentation specified under items 6, 7 and 8, approved by the Office.

J.

Documentation for a license for radioactive waste

First A description of the equipment and technology

Second data on the origin, type, amount, radionuclide composition and activity
radioactive waste

Third way of collecting, sorting, storing, processing, editing and storing
radioactive waste

Fourth the estimated amount of radionuclides released into the environment
environment

Fifth scope and method of measurement (monitoring program) and the assessment of exposure
employees and pollution and workplace and its vicinity by radionuclides and ionizing radiation
,

6th safety analysis

7th internal emergency plan

8th proof of special professional competence of employees and managers work directly
or performing other significant activities
radiation protection

9th limits and conditions for safe management of radioactive waste.

Documentation specified in paragraphs 5, 7 and 9 approved by the Office.

K.

Documentation to permit the import or export of nuclear items or
transit of nuclear materials and selected items

A) for nuclear materials and selected items

First at import declarations user on the purpose of use, including its commitment
allow the application of safeguards to ensure physical protection, not a
export these items without written consent of the Office, to the extent
arising from international treaties, agreements and conventions by which
the Czech Republic is bound

Second the export or transit state guarantee, into which the nuclear
materials or selected items are imported, under the terms
arising from international treaties, agreements and conventions by which the Czech Republic is bound
.

B) For items of dual use

First at import declarations user on the purpose and use
commitment not to export these items without written consent of the Authority, under the terms
arising from international treaties, agreements and conventions by which the Czech Republic is bound
,

Second on export guarantee by the end user or the country to which he
items of dual use are imported, under the terms arising from
international treaties, agreements and conventions by which the Czech Republic is bound.

L.

Documentation to permit nuclear materials

First Purpose, rationale and time interval of nuclear materials,

Second specify the type and amount of nuclear materials, including their
chemical and physical forms, enriching

Third description of the handling of nuclear materials with respect to the possibility
of their operational losses and their consumption

Fourth Guidelines for the registration and control of nuclear materials,

Fifth data necessary for the fulfillment of conditions arising from international
treaties, agreements and conventions by which the Czech Republic is bound in

Accounting and control of nuclear materials.

M.

Documentation to permit transport of nuclear materials and radioactive substances


First Transport instructions involving specify the type of transportation and
proposed route, including routes backup,

Second assessment of the risks arising from the nature of the radioactive contents
mode of transport and selected route,

Third emergency rule,

Fourth method of radiation protection during transport

Fifth proof of eligibility service vehicle for the transport of dangerous goods
or certificate of eligibility under special
regulation ^ 14)

6th proof of eligibility vehicle or certificate of eligibility
under a special regulation, ^ 14)

7th a proposal for the classification of transported nuclear materials into appropriate categories
terms of physical protection

8th physical protection arrangements during transport

9th certificate of conformity of packaging assemblies with type-approval.

Documentation specified in paragraphs 3, 7 and 8, approved by the Office.

N.

Documentation to enable the training of selected personnel

First Papers documenting organizational and technical capability of the applicant
training of selected personnel,

Second papers documenting the competence of personnel
applicant to prepare selected personnel

Third papers documenting the process for the preparation of selected personnel.

The documentation referred to in paragraph 3 approved by the Office.

O.

Documentation to permit re-importation of radioactive waste
originating from material exported from the Czech Republic for the purpose of his
processing (reprocessing)

First Evidence documenting the origin, nature, physical properties and chemical composition
material that was exported and processed outside the territory of the Czech Republic
, along with proof of the total weight of the material

Second proof of physical properties of imported radioactive waste and
its chemical composition together with proof of their total weight,

Third proof of the technical process by which the exported material
processing (reprocessing), together with the material balance, which proves
probable amount of radioactive waste that may arise from
given amount of material through the technological process.

P.

Documentation to permit international shipments of radioactive waste

Details of the applicant for a permit shipment, the type and method of transport
presented in the form a model of the implementing legislation.

R.

Documentation for permission to conduct personal dosimetry and other services
important in terms of radiation protection

First a description of the services to be provided and their expected range,

Second Description preparedness equipment and personnel

Third documents proving special competence to perform
service

Fourth specification of the methodologies and procedures

Fifth an overview of the equipment and ensure its
to perform the proposed services,

6th Concept of metrological support services.

The documentation referred to in points 4 to 6 is not submitted for services that are not
associated with the measurement and evaluation of ionizing radiation or radionuclides
.

S.

Documentation to permit the addition of radioactive substances into consumer
products during their manufacturing or preparation or import or export of such products


First Rationale benefit of the addition of radioactive substances in the products

Second radionuclide composition and radionuclide activity added to
individual products

Third the total expected volume of production or imports

Fourth draft instructions for use (instructions for the safe use of products
user)

Fifth Concept disposal of used products.
Selected provisions of amendments


Part II of the Act no. 13/2002 Coll.
TRANSITIONAL PROVISIONS

Article II


The first day of the calendar month following the date of publication of this
law becomes effective decision hygienic authorities which
the work done by staff in category A of Law no. 18/1997 Coll.
Peaceful Uses of Nuclear energy and ionizing radiation (atomic
Act) and amending and supplementing certain acts, as amended
amended (hereinafter the "atomic Act"), established as a risky job.
Article III


First Persons who perform radiation activities provided for in Art. I of this

Act based on a permit issued before 30 June 2002 are obliged to adapt
no later than 30 June 2003 the documentation for the licensed activity
requirements under Article I, para. 10 and 11 points, in terms of § 4 para .
12th The validity of licenses issued pursuant to § 9. 1 point. d)
Atomic Act, except with the permission of a nuclear device that was
issued on the basis of the documentation required under point Da) Annex
Atomic Act and pursuant to § 9. 1 point. i) of the Atomic Act, which came into force
30 June 2002, ends with the expiry of the period for which
was issued, but no later than June 30, 2007.

Second The authorization holders who make provision for decommissioning and
whose cost of decommissioning will exceed 1 billion. CZK,
are obliged to meet the requirements specified in § 18 par. 1 point. h)
Atomic Act to establish an escrow account within 6 months from the effective date of this article
this Act and funds in the amount
reserves created under previous legislation to convert into an escrow account within 5 years from the effective date
this article of this law. The authorization holders, who
after the effective date of this article of this law are not obliged to form
reserve, reserve created pursuant to previous legislation canceled
and one half of the tax year of the effective date of this Act Article
and the other half in the tax year following the year
unless a special law provides otherwise.

ARTICLE XII of the Act no. 253/2005 Coll.
Transitional provisions


First State special safeguards dedicated technical equipment
regarding technical equipment in nuclear power
initiated before the effective date of this Act by Act no. 174/1968 Coll.
On state professional supervision of work safety in
amended by subsequent legislation, the organization of state professional supervision, completes
State Office for nuclear safety.

Second Organizations carrying out state professional supervision of safety
dedicated technical equipment in nuclear power transmit
documentation relating to the authorization and certificate under section 1
State Office for Nuclear Safety within one month from the entry into force of this Act
.

Art. XX Act no. 223/2009 Coll.


Transitional provisions
Proceedings commenced before the effective date of this Act and to this day
will be finished and the rights and obligations regarding the
assessed under the existing legislation.

1) The Act no. 373/2011 Coll., On specific health services.

1b) Act no. 123/1998 Coll., On the right to environmental information,
amended by Act no. 132/2000 Coll.

Act no. 106/1999 Coll., On Free Access to Information, as amended
.

1c) Act no. 412/2005 Coll., On protection of classified information and security competence
.

2) Decree of the Minister of Foreign Affairs no. 61/1974 Coll., On the Treaty on the Non-Proliferation
.

Decree of the Minister of Foreign Affairs no. 62/1974 Coll., On the Treaty on the Prohibition
placing nuclear weapons and other weapons of mass destruction in the bottom
seas and oceans and in the subsoil thereof.

2a) Act no. 22/1997 Coll., On technical requirements for products and
amending and supplementing certain acts, as amended.

3) Act No. 61/1988 Coll., On mining, explosives and
State Mining Administration, as amended.

3) Act no. 44/1988 Coll., On the protection and utilization of mineral resources
(Mining Act), as amended.

3a) Decree no. 268/2009 Coll., On technical requirements for buildings.

4b) For example, § 23 and 27b of Law no. 20/1966 Coll., On public health care,
amended.

5) Eg. Act no. 138/1973 Coll., on Waters (Water Act), as amended
amended, Act no. 309/1991 Coll., on Air
pollutants (Clean Air Act), as amended amended.

6) Eg. Act no. 455/1991 Coll., on Trades (Trade
Act), as amended, Act no. 222/1994 Coll., on
business conditions and state administration in energy sectors
and the State energy inspection, law no. 50/1976 Coll., on land
planning and building Code (building Act), as amended

Regulations, the Act no. 21/1997 Coll., On control of exports and imports of goods and
technologies subject to international control regimes, Law no.
44/1988 Coll., On the protection and utilization of mineral resources (mining Act)
amended, Czech National Council Act no. 61/1988 Coll., as amended
.

6a) Act no. 269/1994 Coll., On Criminal Records, as amended
regulations.

6a) Act no. 18/2004 Coll., On the recognition of professional qualifications and other eligibility
nationals of Member States of the European Union and
some other states and amending some laws (Act on the recognition of professional
qualifications), as amended.

7) Act no. 100/2001 Coll., On assessment of impacts on the environment and
amending certain related acts (Assessment
environment).

8) Eg. Law no. 50/1976 Coll., as amended.

Act no. 148/1998 Coll., On protection of classified facts and change
certain laws, as amended.

10) Act no. 593/1992 Coll., On reserves for determining the tax base from income
, as amended.

11) § 3 of Act no. 219/2000 Coll., On the property of the Czech Republic and its
representation in legal relations.

11a) Act no. 218/2000 Coll., On budgetary rules and amending
some related laws (budget rules), as amended
.

11b) Act no. 111/1998 Coll., On universities and on amendments and supplements
other acts (the Universities Act), as amended
regulations.

11c) Act no. 250/2000 Coll., On budgetary rules of territorial budgets
, as amended by Act no. 320/2001 Coll.

11d) § 84 para. 1 point. v) of the Act no. 258/2000 Coll., on protection of public health
and amending certain related laws, as amended
regulations.

11e) § 5 of the Act no. 239/2000 Coll., On the integrated rescue system and
amending certain laws.

12) § 24 par. 2 point. p) Act No. 586/1992 Coll., on income
income, as amended.

13) Eg. Act no. 111/1994 Coll., on Road Transport, the Ministry of Transport
Decree no. 187/1994 Coll., implementing the Act on
Road Transport Act no. 266/1994 Coll., on Railways,
Annex I to the ordinance of the Minister of foreign Affairs no. 8/1985 Coll., on the Convention on
international carriage by rail (COTIF), Act no. 114/1995 Coll., on
inland navigation Decree of the Ministry transport no. 17/1966 Coll., on
Air transportation Regulations, as amended by Decree no. 15/1971 Coll.

13a) Art. 4/13 Council Regulation (EEC) no. 2913/92 of 12 October 1992
establishing the Community Customs Code, as amended.

13b) Article. 4 of Regulation (Euratom) no. 1493/93 of 8 June 1993 on
shipments of radioactive substances between Member States.

13c) § 10 of the Decree no. 317/2002 Coll., On type approval of packaging
for transport, storage and disposal of nuclear materials and radioactive substances
on type approval of ionizing radiation sources and transport
nuclear materials and radioactive substances (
on type approval and transport).

13d) Article. 4 point. p) of Council Regulation (EC) no. 2913/92 of 12 October
1992 establishing the Community Customs Code, as amended.

13e) § 12 and 13 of Law no. 22/1997 Coll., On technical requirements for
products and amending and supplementing certain acts as amended by Act no. 71/2000 Coll
.

13f) Decree no. 142/1997 Coll., On type approval of packages
for transportation, storage or disposal of radionuclide sources and nuclear materials
, the type-approval of ionizing radiation
type approval protective equipment to work with ionizing radiation
and other devices to work with them (on type approval).

14) Act no. 238/1991 Coll., On waste, as amended by Act no. 300/1995 Coll.

15) Czech National Council Act no. 576/1990 Coll., On management rules concerning budgetary means
Czech Republic and municipalities in the Czech Republic (Budgetary
Rules), as amended.

16) § 761 paragraph. 1 of Act no. 513/1991 Coll., The Commercial Code, as amended
.

17) Eg. § 135 of the Act no. 40/1964 Coll., Civil Code, as amended
.


18) § 135 paragraph. 1 and 3 of Law no. 40/1964 Coll., As amended
regulations.

19) § 13 of Act no. 102/1992 Coll., To regulate certain issues
related to the issuance of Law no. 509/1991 Coll., Amending, supplementing
and the Civil Code.

19a) Act no. 279/2003 Coll., On the freezing of property and things in
criminal proceedings and amending certain laws.

20) Act no. 563/1991 Coll., On Accounting, as amended by Act no. 117/1994 Coll
.

21) Act no. 199/1994 Coll., On Public Procurement, as amended
Act no. 148/1996 Coll.

22) Decree of the Ministry of Finance no. 310/1995 Coll., On
fund cultural and social needs.

24) Act no. 92/1991 Coll., On the transfer of state property to other persons
, as amended.

25) § 124 paragraph. 1 and 2 of Law no. 65/1965 Coll., The Labour Code, as amended
.

26) Vienna Convention on Civil Liability for Nuclear Damage and
Joint Protocol relating to the application of the Vienna Convention and the Paris Convention
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27) Act no. 40/1964 Coll., As amended.

28) § 5 para. 2 Act No. 425/1990 Coll., On district offices, regulation
their jurisdiction and some other related measures,
amended by Act no. 254/1994 Coll .

29) Art. I point 1. j) of the Vienna Convention on Civil Liability for Nuclear Damage
.

30) Art. I point 1. h) of the Vienna Convention on Civil Liability for Nuclear Damage
.

31) Article. I point 1. c) of the Vienna Convention on Civil Liability for Nuclear Damage
.

32) Art. I point 1. k) of the Vienna Convention on Civil Liability for Nuclear Damage
.

33) Article. I point 1. l) of the Vienna Convention on Civil Liability for Nuclear Damage
.

34) Art. I, section 2 of the Vienna Convention on Civil Liability for Nuclear Damage
.

35) Act no. 222/1994 Coll.

36) Czech National Council Act no. 185/1991 Coll., On Insurance, as amended
regulations.

38a) Act no. 133/2000 Coll., On register of population and birth certificate numbers and
amended (the Population Register Act), as amended
regulations.

38b) of § 1 of Act no. 133/2000 Coll., As amended by Act no. 53/2004 Coll.

38c) Act no. 40/1993 Coll., On the acquisition and loss of citizenship
Czech Republic, as amended.

39) Act no. 71/1967 Coll.

39a) § 134c of the Act no. 65/1965 Coll., The Labour Code, as amended by Act no. 155/2000 Coll
.

39b) Act no. 258/2000 Coll., As amended.

40) Act no. 111/1990 Coll., On State Enterprise, as amended
regulations.

41) Council Directive 2009/71 / Euratom of 25 June 2009 laying down
Community framework for nuclear safety of nuclear installations.

41) Act no. 62/1988 Coll., On geological works, as amended
regulations.

42) Art. 81 of the Treaty establishing the European Atomic Energy
.