On Nuclear Safety Of Nuclear Installations

Original Language Title: o zajišťování jaderné bezpečnosti jaderného zařízení

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21/2017 Sb.



DECREE



of 23 December 2003. January 2017



on nuclear safety of nuclear installations



State Office for nuclear safety, establishes, pursuant to section 236 of the Act No.

263/2016 Coll., the Atomic Act, to implement section 24 para. 7, § 25 para. 2

(a). a) to (c)), § 44 para. 4 (b). (c)), § 49 para. 2, § 50 para. 4, § 51

paragraph. 6 (a). a) and b), § 52 para. 2, § 53 para. 2 and § 54 para. 4 (b).

a), c) and (d)):



§ 1



The subject of the edit



This Decree incorporates the relevant provisions of Euratom ^ 1) and establishes



and) reporting deadlines for operational events Office



(b) the information used by the running circuit) feedback



(c) the investigation procedure operational events),



d) criteria for inclusion in the category of operational events,



e) requests for content limits and conditions,



(f) the enumeration values and facts) important in terms of nuclear

the safety of nuclear installations,



g) range, method and time tracking, measurement, assessment, validation and

recording the facts and important in terms of nuclear

the safety of a nuclear installation and retention of information about them,



h) range, the method and time limits for the transmission of information about the inputs and

the facts relevant for the nuclear safety of nuclear

Office equipment,



I) enumeration of other changes in the use of nuclear energy,



j) range and method of documenting other changes in the use of nuclear

energy and their notification of the Office,



to the implementation of process-driven) practices of aging,



l) program requirements controlled aging



m) the rules for the prevention of fission chain reaction and release into the

environment in the handling of nuclear materials and radioactive waste management

and the way the documentation of this manipulation,



n) way of implementing an inactive nuclear device evaluation



about how to perform the first physical) launching of a nuclear installation with

nuclear reactor



p) range and method of documenting the facts pursuant to § 51 para. 1 (b).

(b)) points 1 to 3 of the Atomic Act,



q) way of performing the first nuclear power facility

with a nuclear reactor,



r) range and method of documenting the facts pursuant to § 52 para. 1 (b).

a) and b) and (c). c) points 1 to 3 of the Atomic Act,



with the assurance of nuclear safety rules) during commissioning

a nuclear installation without a nuclear reactor,



t) range and method of documenting the readiness checks of nuclear

device to begin active testing



the rules for continuous provisioning), validating, and documenting

the ability of a stable and safe operation of nuclear facilities,



the deadlines for the submission of the dossier) to the re-introduction of nuclear

the reactor in a critical condition after an exchange of nuclear fuel to the Office and

the requirements on the content,



w) way to accomplish a long-term shutdown of a nuclear reactor in the event of

the research of the nuclear facilities and



x) the procedures for the introduction of processes and activities according to § 49 paragraph 1. 1 (b). u)

the Atomic Act and their documentation and ongoing updates.



§ 2



The concepts of



For the purposes of this Ordinance, means the



and the requirement stipulated limit condition) limits, terms and conditions, the

the performance is a prerequisite for ensuring nuclear safety,



(b)) by pumping limits and conditions the status of non-compliance with the limit conditions, in which the

corrective action is performed within the limits and conditions laid down,

After the period laid down the limits and conditions,



(c) root cause the cause of specific) operational events, that is

a prerequisite for the emergence of this operational events,



(d) a violation of the limits and conditions) the status of the non-compliance with the requirement laid down in the

limits and conditions, including the status of non-compliance with the limit conditions, when

where corrective action is not performed within the limits laid down and

conditions or is exceeded that laid down for its implementation limits

and conditions, and



e) a direct cause of the fact, that immediately raised the operating

event or to her immediately.



§ 3



Time limits for notifying the operational events



[To section 49, paragraph 2 (a)) of the Atomic Act]



Operational event must be notified to the Authority



and, without delay) If on radiation accident,



(b)) to 4 hours, in the case of radiation accident



(c)) for 8 hours, in the case of



1. infringement of the limits and conditions,



2. an unplanned shutdown of a nuclear reactor, fast



3. an activation of security systems



4. the event tentatively evaluated at least level 2 on the international

severity rating scale of nuclear events



5. loss of heat removal from the active zone of a nuclear reactor (hereinafter referred to as

"active zone") when the shutdown nuclear reactor and its non-renewal to the

30 minutes,



6. unplanned emergency levels exceeded quantities laid down in the

program monitoring of releases,



7. the uncontrolled occurrence of radioactive substances, with the exception of natural

radionuclides, outside the controlled area to an extent causing power requirement

dose equivalent greater than 0.25 µSv/h at a distance of 0.1 m from

the surface of things,



8. fire in the premises of a nuclear installation under the legislation

the rules governing the fire prevention,



9. the fatal injury of a natural person,



10. violation of terms and conditions to ensure the function of the equipment installed on the

nuclear facilities to the International Atomic Energy Agency,



11. the event of decreasing efficiency of the system of physical protection of nuclear

the device,



12. exceeding 20 mSv of effective dose due to an unplanned

a one-time external radiation,



13. exceeding the committed effective dose 6 mSv due to internal

contamination, or



14. the uncontrolled leakage of refrigerant from the primary circuit of a nuclear reactor

or other technological media contaminated with radionuclides outside

controlled zone with a capacity greater than 1 m3



d) within 24 hours of creation, in the case of



1. radiation incident in the first degree,



2. provisionally rated grade 1 event on the international scale

severity ratings of nuclear events



3. loss or theft of the source,



4. the uncontrolled leakage of refrigerant from the primary circuit of a nuclear reactor

or other technological media contaminated with radionuclides inside

controlled area with a capacity greater than 1 m3



5. an unplanned decrease in performance of nuclear installations by more than 50%

the nominal power of a nuclear reactor, with an expected duration of more than

72 hours, or



6. loss of the ability to control the source of ionizing radiation, and



(e)) the next business day, if the



1. Drawing limits and conditions,



2. the action of the system performance of a nuclear reactor,



3. the fall of foreign objects into the primary circuit of a nuclear reactor, or



4. an unplanned downtime of the batch input monitor teledozimetrického

the system.



§ 4



Heading information used by the feedback system



[To section 49, paragraph 2 (b), (c)) of the Atomic Act]



Feedback system must use information about



and operational events,)



(b)) the experience of other nuclear facilities, including foreign ones, and



(c)) the experience of other technical and technological fields.



§ 5



The procedure for investigation of operational events



[To section 49, paragraph 2 (b)) of the Atomic Act]



(1) in the investigation of operational events must be followed so that the

revealed



and causes and circumstances) operational events,



(b) deterioration of nuclear security) developments in the operation of nuclear facilities

and



(c) reduction of the rate of the security provisions) and affecting the level of protection to the

depth.



(2) the holder of the authorization must, in the framework of the investigation of operational events



and the importance of operational events) in terms of nuclear safety,

radiation protection, technical safety, monitoring of radiological situation

management of radiation incidents and security of nuclear installations and

the consequences,



(b)) to determine the progress of the event, including the establishment of operation resulting from the derogations

or fail,



(c)) to assess the activities of the workers, and that the methods for the evaluation of the impact of

human and organisational factors



d) assess the impact of safety culture at the opening event,



(e)) to analyse direct causes and root causes of operational events,



f) reveal any significant negative trend in terms of nuclear

safety, radiation protection, technical safety, monitoring

the radiation situation, the management of radiation incidents and security and



g) identify potential demotion of safety provisions and increase

the risk of related operational events.



(3) the investigation of operational events should be carried out without delay. Preferably

must be investigated important operational event.



§ 6



The criteria for inclusion in the category of operational events



[To section 44 para. 4 (b) (c)) of the Atomic Act]



(1) an important operational event is an event that



and) leads to activation or failure



1. the safety system,



2. the system secured power supply,



3. the system of restrictions on the exercise of a nuclear reactor, or



4. pressure relief system, which is the selected device,



(b)) leads to the infringement of the limits and conditions,



(c)) leads to an unplanned change in the performance of nuclear reactor by more than 10%,



d) lies in the failure on the selected device



1. the head of the pumping limits and conditions, or



2. related to ensuring the fulfilment of the safety functions,




e) includes the failed tests or checks selected

the device according to the limits and conditions,



f) includes defect equipment necessary for the safe implementation of the exchange of

nuclear fuel at the time of the exchange of nuclear fuel,



g) leads to an unplanned loss or disturbance of the residual heat removal from the

Active zone



h) leads to a malfunction of the system intended for the storage of irradiated nuclear

fuel,



and control reactivity) affects active zone



j) lies in the violation of physical barrier against leakage of fissile

products or radioactive substances,



to) includes the fall of the regulatory authority or of his unplanned decrease of more

than 50 cm,



l) includes a forced interrupt execute physical tests or

nuclear power equipment, or



m) is caused by deficiencies in the safety evaluation or documentation

management system and leads to cross an important parameter in terms of

nuclear safety.



(2) a significant operational events is also operating an event that



and) is caused by worker error that leads to non-compliance with the design

documentation, or to cross an important parameter in terms of nuclear

safety for the selected device,



(b)) leads to unplanned operational service levels exceeded quantities laid down in the

the monitoring programme,



c) causes an unplanned failure teledozimetrického

the system,



(d)) results in an error when handling



1. irradiated nuclear fuel, fresh nuclear fuel or nuclear

the material, or



2. a container with fresh nuclear fuel or irradiated nuclear

fuel,



e) includes loss, theft or unauthorized relocation of the

resources, nuclear material or radioactive waste,



f) involves damage to the nuclear material or packaging the file with

nuclear material,



g) violates the terms of ensuring function of the equipment of the International Agency for

Atomic Energy installed on the nuclear installation,



h) reduces the effectiveness of the system of physical protection of nuclear facilities,



I) includes unauthorized crossing barrier system of physical protection or

attempt to interfere with,



j) include the announcement of a radiological emergency events and the convening of the emergency

staff,



includes multiple failures to) the human factor,



l) includes knowingly misrepresenting the documentation,



m) includes the presence of foreign objects in the primary circuit

a nuclear reactor, or



n) satisfies the condition referred to in paragraph 1 or to the letter a)), was founded on

another nuclear device, and the feedback system is classified as a

applicable to a nuclear device.



(3) a minor operating event is an event that is not operating

significant operational events.



§ 7



Limits and conditions



(Section 24 para. 7 of the Atomic Act)



(1) the limits and conditions must include the



a) safety limits,



(b) protective systems, settings)



(c) limit the conditions)



(d)) the inspection requirements,



e) organisational measures and



(f)) justification the limits and conditions.



(2) safety limits shall lay down the limit values for the physical and

technological parameters directly affecting the physical state

safety barriers, which must not be exceeded. Safety limits

must be set for the conservative approach.



(3) the setting up of protective systems must provide values for physical and

technological parameters important in terms of nuclear safety and

radiation protection, which shall automatically

protection and safety systems. These values must be laid down,

to the physical and technological parameters for the following transition

the process does not exceed safety limits.



(4) the limit conditions must provide



and maintaining safety) requirements for significant physical and

technological parameters in accordance with the project of a nuclear device, and



b) functional requirements for operability of safety systems.



(5) the audit requirements must be determined



and the periodic inspection range setting) and compliance with the parameters and

terms of serviceability of the systems, structures and components and



(b) carry out checks according) the frequency of (a)), taking into account



1. the reliability of the systems, structures and components,



2. the requirements of legal regulations and technical standards and



3. operating experience.



(6) the organisational arrangements must provide for



a) measures for cases where



1. experiencing pumping limits and conditions or infringements and the conditions



2. uptime requirements are not met, structures and systems

components,



3. one of the conditions is not met, the settings of the systems, structures and

components, or



4. the condition is not met, the activation of protective systems



(b) time limits for the implementation of the measures) under (a)),



(c) the duties of the managerial staff,)



d) requirements for specific professional competence of selected workers,



(e) minimum manning requirements) innings,



(f)) the requirements for undertaking internal and external control of compliance with the limits and

the conditions and



g) range and method of conveying information to the Office.



(7) the content of the limits and the conditions shall be in accordance with the results of the

security analysis.



§ 8



Quantities and really important in terms of nuclear safety

nuclear device



[To section 25 para. 2 (b) and (c))) up to the Atomic Act]



(1) the Quantities and factors important in terms of nuclear safety

in the case of nuclear installations with nuclear reactor



and physical quantities and values) parameters that serves a comprehensive

information about the status of the active zones and other related systems,

structures and components important in terms of nuclear safety or

nuclear material or radioactive waste in

nuclear installation,



(b)) resulting from non-compliance with nuclear safety, technical

safety, radiation protection, radiation situation monitoring, management

radiation emergencies and security and its effect analysis of this

disagreements and action taken following this non-conformity,



c) systems, structures and operability of the components of a

in terms of nuclear safety and handling and work orders,

concerning them,



d) information on the pumping limits and conditions and infringements and the conditions



e) test results, inspection, maintenance and repair of selected devices and

systems, structures and components with an impact on nuclear safety, which

are the selected device, and records about them,



(f)) the data relevant for the monitoring and evaluation of aging systems,

structures and components important in terms of nuclear safety,



g) parameters of the systems, structures and components with the influence of the nuclear

safety, not the selected device, and select equipment,

that provide an overview of the status of the nuclear facilities, information about their

development and a record of them,



h) values of surface contamination of systems, structures and components,



I) notification of operational events, description and other documents, which is

concern,



j) the result of verification of nuclear worker health

the device,



the result of the verification of the eligibility of personality) selected worker,



l) information contained in a record on the implementation of the qualification requirements

established for the worker's nuclear device,



m) an indication of the form and the amount of radioactive effluents



n) indication of batch input in the monitored area of the nuclear device,



about) an indication of the changing of the selected devices and systems,

structures and components with an impact on nuclear safety, which

are not selected device,



p) an indication of the quantity of nuclear material and the selected item and manipulate

them,



q) an indication of the emergence of the radioactive waste and waste it,



r) indication of the inspection carried out in accordance with the limits and conditions and program

operational controls,



with) an indication of a change in the area of provision of physical protection, which is not different

change in the use of nuclear energy,



t) Protocol test systems, structures and components during the construction,

physical energy starting and starting a nuclear device,



u) information contained in voice record phone call from

the workplace, where the business is carried on particularly important in terms of

nuclear safety, and workplace of technical support service and

emergency control centre,



in) voice communications information from the system installed on the nuclear

the device,



w) information contained in the internal rules and



x) information contained in a production journal.



(2) the Quantities and factors important in terms of nuclear safety

in the case of a nuclear installation without a nuclear reactor



and information contained in) internal rules,



(b) the information contained in the operational) schema



(c) information contained in) handling the card,



(d) the information contained in the operational) program,



e) information contained in emergency prescription



(f) the result of the evaluation)



1. the inspections and tests in accordance with etapového quality assurance programme



2. quality requirements for nuclear facilities and



3. quality requirements, including information of the selected device in the list of defects

and arrears,



g) an indication of the technical amendment to the selected devices and systems, structures and

components with an impact on nuclear safety that are not selected


a device that is not another change in the use of nuclear energy,



h) indication of the change in the area of provision of physical protection, which is not different

change in the use of nuclear energy,



(I) the information contained in the record) of the vocational training of workers of nuclear

the device,



j) information contained in the record of the voice phone call

the workplace, where the business is carried on is relevant for nuclear

the safety and activity of particular importance in terms of nuclear safety,

and



k) information from the system voice installed on the nuclear

device.



(3) the quantities and really important in terms of nuclear safety

nuclear device must be recorded by the all the

life cycle of a nuclear device, and information about them must be

retained for 10 years after the closure of the nuclear device.

Voice record must be kept for a period by 12 months

After its acquisition.



(4) the quantities and really important in terms of nuclear safety

nuclear equipment referred to in paragraph 1. about), and s) and paragraph 2. (g))

and (h)) must be notified to the authority in the previous calendar year to 31. January

the following calendar year in the summary report. The summary report must

contain



and the name changes)



(b) the changes and)



(c) a description of the change).



Other changes in the use of nuclear energy



§ 9



[To section 49, paragraph 2 (b), (d)), and (e)) of the Atomic Act]



(1) any other change in the use of nuclear energy, which is changing the

the selected device do not affect nuclear safety, technical

the safety and physical protection of nuclear facilities, is



and technical change for the selected device) listed in security class

1 or 2, that is an Exchange, or change the type of the selected device

or parts of it, which its design function, configuration, or

the result of the safety analysis,



(b)) change that leads to the removal of the identified mismatches on the selected

the equipment to ensure compliance with the design features of this device,



(c) the manufacturer or type) change to the selected device,



(d) a change in the algorithm, and setting) protective system that changes the

a safety feature so that it works in accordance with the original project

functions,



e) parameter of the selected device, in which the original

design feature and does not change the configuration of this device,



f) change the settings of the protective system, in which remain valid

safety analysis and there is no change of limits and conditions,



g) intervention in the parts of the selected device, which is the carrier safety

the functionality that this safety function does not change, or



h) change the documentation for the povolovanou activity that is not approved

By the authority.



(2) any other change in the use of nuclear energy, which is the organizational

by changing the holder of the authorisation for activities related to the use of nuclear

energy is changing the nature of the Organization to improve

the functionality of the control.



(3) any other change in the use of nuclear energy, which is changing the

the holder of the authorisation for activities related to the use of nuclear energy

in the area of provision of physical protection, is



and replacement of system components) detection, access control and industrial

the television component of working with the same physical principle, if

the new component is placed in the same position, the installation does not

the change in the supply of technical system of physical protection or in its

communication protocol and its deployment does not lead to a reduction in the effectiveness of the

ensure physical protection,



(b)) or the improvement of minor updates to the computer or software

equipment of technical system of physical protection, in which there is no

change the functional properties of the control system and process evaluation

activity detection system, access control and CCTV,



(c) the replacement of the power Distributor) technical system of physical protection of

because of its excessive wear or fault prevention

in the context of State carried out regular maintenance,



(d)) the configuration change or cast components, subsystems, detection

access control and CCTV, if there is no reduction in the

hedge effectiveness of physical protection,



e) temporary change in configuration or cast components detection system,

access control and CCTV carried out in the wake of the failure

physical protection devices or operating failure of nuclear technology

device, or



(f)) other technical change system of physical protection, which does not have a substantial

effect on its existing functionality.



§ 10



[To section 49, paragraph 2 (b), (d)), and (e)) of the Atomic Act]



(1) any other change in the use of nuclear energy must be notified to the Authority

in writing



and) at least 30 days before the start of the implementation of the changes,



(b)) in the case changes according to § 9 para. 1 (b). (b)), if there is or there is a

breach of the limits and the conditions or non-compliance is identified during the planned

maintenance before starting the implementation of the changes and



(c)) then after the change to 31. January of the following calendar

of the year.



(2) the notification of other changes in the use of nuclear energy in accordance with paragraph 1

(a). a) and b) must contain



a) description and justification of the changes



(b) assessment of the impact of changes on) nuclear safety, radiation protection,

technical safety, monitoring of the radiation situation, the management of radiation

emergency and security, including the rationale for the assessment of the

the impact of,



(c) information about the update-related) documentation



(d)) the expected time timetable for implementation of the changes and



e) assess the impact of changes on the human factor.



(3) the notification of other changes in the use of nuclear energy in accordance with paragraph 1

(a). (c)) must contain



and the name changes)



(b) the actual term the change) and



(c)) the actual extent of the changes.



§ 11



The procedures for implementing the process of controlled aging



[To section 49, paragraph 2 (b), (f)) of the Atomic Act]



In the process of aging must be driven



and to lay down rules and criteria) for the selection of the systems, structures and

components subject to a controlled process of aging,



(b)) in the selection of the systems, structures and components referred to in subparagraph (a)) included



1. the selected device and



2. the systems, structures and components with an impact on nuclear safety,

that is not the selected device,



c) identified degradation mechanisms of systems, structures and components according to

(a) the effects of aging),



d) introduced measures to monitor and minimize degradation

mechanisms and effects of aging according to subparagraph (c)),



e) ensured early detection and monitoring of degradation mechanisms and

effects of aging according to subparagraph (c)),



(f)) introduced methods of monitoring and testing to early detection of degradation

mechanisms and effects of aging according to subparagraph (c)),



g) set out the parameters of the systems, structures and components referred to in subparagraph (a))

tracked in the process of controlled Aging (hereinafter referred to as "the monitored parameter"), and

status indicators of the systems, structures and components,



(h)) determined by the criteria of acceptability of monitored parameters,



I) performed monitoring and determining the impact of aging and the development of action

the degradation mechanisms on systems, structures and components according to

(a)) on the basis of monitored parameters, the status of these indicators

systems, structures and components and acceptance criteria monitored

parameters,



j) periodically evaluated the monitored parameters and the current status of systems,

structures and components in accordance with subparagraph (a)),



to measures in) operation and maintenance of the systems, structures and components

According to subparagraph (a)) to reduce or eliminate the impact of aging and exposure to

the degradation mechanisms and



l) introduced corrective measures, if they are not fulfilled the criteria for admissibility

monitored parameters, so as to ensure uptime and

the reliability of systems, structures and components referred to in subparagraph (a)).



§ 12



Program requirements controlled aging



(Section 24 para. 7 of the Atomic Act)



Program controlled aging must be uniquely identified, determine the

input data-driven process of aging, establish rights and obligations

workers performing activities in a controlled process of ageing and

contain



and enumeration systems, structures) and components under section 11 (b). and)



b) enumeration of degradation mechanisms and the effects of aging,



c) enumeration of monitored parameters and indicators of their condition, which are

used for monitoring and determining the development impacts of aging,



(d) the arrangements for monitoring and determining the) development of the impacts of aging,



e) enumeration of monitored parameters, acceptance criteria



f) rules for the evaluation of monitored parameters, reviews the current state of

systems, structures and components according to § 11 (a). and) and determining the prediction

the future status of these systems, structures and components, if the reference

parameter has values of cumulative nature,



g) enumeration of remedial measures in case of non acceptance criteria

monitored parameters,



h) rules monitor the effectiveness of the measures in the operation and maintenance of systems,

structures and components according to § 11 (a). and) to reduce or eliminate

the effects of aging, and exposure to degradation mechanisms on these systems,

construction and components,



I) description to ensure feedback is used to measure the effectiveness of the process

controlled ageing,




j) evaluating the effectiveness of process-driven rules and aging



to document the activities of the rules) within a process of controlled aging.



Handling of nuclear material and radioactive waste and its

documentation



section 13 of the



[To section 49, paragraph 2 (b), (g)) of the Atomic Act]



(1) during the storage of fresh or irradiated nuclear fuel

nuclear fuel and handling must be ensured by compliance with the requirements

to maintain the podkritičnosti laid down by Decree of the requirements on

the project of a nuclear device. This preservation shall be podkritičnosti

controlled. Keep podkritičnosti and its control must be

documented.



(2) the exchange of nuclear fuel in a nuclear reactor must have

the concentration of soluble absorbátoru neutrons in a refrigerant

the value of the order, taking into account possible errors have been continuously secured

podkritičnost nuclear fuel not less than 0.02.



(3) when handling



and) with nuclear material must be excluded the possibility of



1. development of fission and



2. nuclear material leaks into the environment, and



(b)) radioactive waste must be excluded the possibility of it leak into

of the environment.



§ 14



[To section 49, paragraph 2 (b), (g)) of the Atomic Act]



(1) when handling spent nuclear fuel must be substantially

excluded



and hermetičnosti fuel element) violation of and



(b) damage due to this fuel) residual heat.



(2) nuclear safety and radiation protection in the handling of nuclear

material or radioactive waste must be ensured



and use of the equipment provided for the project) the nuclear device that

It was successfully tested,



(b)) the implementation of handling in accordance with internal regulations,



(c) continuous supervision over the handling) and the status of the nuclear facilities and



d) in the case of handling of nuclear fuel in a nuclear reactor

continuous control



1. active zone



2. the density of heat flow of neutrons,



3. the level and temperature of the refrigerant and



4. the concentration of boric acid at a frequency to ensure the preservation of

podkritičnosti.



(3) handling of nuclear material or radioactive waste in a

nuclear facilities, including related activities, must be carried out

According to the documentation, which must contain the



and a description of the procedure of individual operations),



(b) the readiness of systems) requirements, structures and components on the

handling,



(c)) the State information storage of nuclear material or radioactive

waste,



d) in the case of nuclear material, its identification and kartogramy

save it,



e) in the case of handling of nuclear fuel in a nuclear reactor or

pool storage of irradiated nuclear fuel data on the concentration of

boric acid in the coolant of the primary circuit of a nuclear reactor and

pool storage of irradiated nuclear fuel,



f) data on organizational measures to ensure nuclear safety and

radiation protection and



g) information about the necessary complementary measures, which are not included in the

the internal rules.



(4) Technological operations related to movement of nuclear material

must be recorded in a document with a statement of its default and

the final places and taken measures to ensure nuclear safety,

radiation protection, technical safety, monitoring of radiological situation

management of radiation incidents and security that are not

listed in the operations documentation.



General conditions of the commissioning of a nuclear installation and operation

nuclear device



§ 15



[To section 50, paragraph 4, § 51 para. 6 (a)), and (b)), § 52 para. 2, § 53 para. 2

and § 54 para. 4 (b). the Atomic Act)]



(1) a nuclear device must be put into service and operated only in the

modes set by the project of a nuclear device.



(2) the emergence of deviations from the prescribed course, with a negative impact on the

nuclear safety or events with negative effects on the nuclear

safety during testing during commissioning

a nuclear installation, or during the operation of nuclear facilities must be

immediately put into a safe, steady and controlled

State.



(3) in the case of a State referred to in paragraph 2 can continue putting into

operation of a nuclear facility or nuclear device after operation



and analysis of the causes of this) the implementation of a State



(b) clarify and eliminate the causes) of this condition,



c) verifying compliance with the safety features and functional integrity of all

systems, structures and components that may be affected, and



(d)) implementation of corrective measures to prevent the recurrence of this condition.



(4) the part of the nuclear device that is placed in service or

operated, it must be from the parts, for which construction or

inactive tests separated so that installation work or malfunctions and

the crash did not affect nuclear safety section to be constructed under the reported

into service or parts already operated. This condition must be met

also, if it is a separate nuclear facilities.



(5) for the entire period of the commissioning of a nuclear installation and

the permit holder must be knowledgeable of the current state of nuclear

device.



(6) the processes and activities related to the putting into operation of nuclear

equipment or its operation must be carried out by the work

statements, internal regulations and programs, placing the nuclear device to

operation.



(7) prior to the activity of importance for nuclear safety

or activities of particular importance in terms of nuclear safety must be

examined and supported by the Office, that these activities will not jeopardize the nuclear

safety.



section 16 of the



[To section 50, paragraph 4, § 51 para. 6 (a)), and (b)), § 52 para. 2, § 53 para. 2

and § 54 para. 4 (b). the Atomic Act)]



(1) before making changes that affect nuclear safety or radiation

protection must be



and) shown that does not reduce the level of nuclear safety and radiation

protection, and



(b) the degree of compliance with the evaluated) passes the security provided in the framework of the



1. the input of the safety report,



2. preliminary safety report;



3. operating the safety report for the first launch of nuclear physics

device with a nuclear reactor, in the case of nuclear installations with nuclear

reactor, and



4. operating the safety report.



(2) after you make changes that affect nuclear safety or radiation

protection must be at the time of entry into service of the change of

nuclear device



and the internal rules) into line with the actual status of the nuclear

equipment and



(b)) with this change familiar people, the activities of this change

touches.



(3) after the operational events, which could be negatively affected by

safety features or functional integrity of the systems, structures and

the components must be



and determined whether it is) potentially affected by the safety function of the system,

structures and components, and



b) validated the functionality of other systems, structures and components

to ensure the fulfillment of the same security features.



(4) in the case of a nuclear installation with a nuclear reactor must be

exceeded the safety limit of nuclear reactor shut down immediately.



(5) the introduction of a nuclear reactor into a critical state after the weaning according to

paragraph 4, it is possible to



and the detection and removal of causes), that led to the crossing

the safety limit,



(b) to eliminate the consequences of breaching a safety), and



c) analyses to detect the status of the nuclear facilities after crossing

the safety limit.



§ 17



[To section 50, paragraph 4, § 51 para. 6 (a)), and (b)), § 52 para. 2, § 53 para. 2

and § 54 para. 4 (b). the Atomic Act)]



(1) a worker who performs activities on nuclear facilities deemed critical to

in terms of nuclear safety or activity, particularly important in terms of

nuclear safety in the operation of a nuclear facility or

must be installed prior to the execution of this activity



and familiar with the content of the documentation), which refers to the executing

activities, and



(b)) have been trained and further training.



(2) in the case of a change affecting nuclear safety or

radiation protection during commissioning of a nuclear installation or when you

its operation must be a worker performing activities related to

This change affected by her before the start of the use of the results of this

changes



and be familiar with it) and with the documentation, which is affected by it, and



(b)) have been trained and further training.



section 18



[To section 50, paragraph 4, § 51 para. 6 (a)), and (b)), § 52 para. 2, § 53 para. 2

and § 54 para. 4 (b). the Atomic Act)]



(1) for the inspection, testing and maintenance of selected devices and systems,

structures and components with an impact on nuclear safety, which are not

the selected device, the commissioning of a nuclear installation or its

traffic shall be in place documented procedures to ensure

their reliability and functionality in accordance with the project of a nuclear

device.



(2) maintenance, tests and checks referred to in paragraph 1 shall be carried out in

time intervals to ensure the damage of selected

equipment and systems, structures and components with the influence of the nuclear

safety, not the selected device, before it can be

their failure.



(3) the information about maintenance, tests and checks referred to in paragraph 1 shall be


recorded, stored and evaluated to obtain information about failures

selected devices and systems, structures and components with an impact on

nuclear safety, not the selected device. If such

failure detected, must be



and corrective maintenance and)



(b) preventive maintenance program) modified so that, in future, was preceded by a

a similar failure.



(4) the extent and frequency of preventive maintenance, tests and checks of the selected

equipment and systems, structures and components with the influence of the nuclear

safety, not the selected device, it must be established on the

the basis of their



and in terms of importance) nuclear safety,



(b) reliability and vendor recommendations) of the systems, structures and

components and



(c) the experience and results of the monitoring) the conditions of operation of these systems,

structures and components.



(5) the scope and frequency of preventive maintenance, tests and checks of the selected

equipment and systems, structures and components with the influence of the nuclear

safety, not the selected device, must ensure that their

reliability and functionality.



(6) after the maintenance, review, or change status must be selected

equipment and systems, structures and components with the influence of the nuclear

safety, not the selected device, before putting back into

operation assessed, documented, and validated the functional test by advance

an established programme.



(7) fix the selected devices and systems, structures and components with the

impact on nuclear safety, which is not the selected device, you must

be carried out so as to be reasonably ensured during repair

achievable level of nuclear safety of a nuclear installation.



§ 19



[To section 50, paragraph 4, § 51 para. 6 (a)), and (b)), § 52 para. 2, § 53 para. 2

and § 54 para. 4 (b). the Atomic Act)]



(1) physical run must be carried out according to the prearranged

a program of physical execution. Nuclear energy startup

the device must be carried out according to the preset program

energy startup.



(2) before starting a physical run must be verified with the match status

nuclear equipment with the requirements of the legislation and the following documents:



and physical boot) program including schedule, and minor programs

the individual tests, including loading,



b) limits and conditions,



(c)) the internal rules governing the physical execution, including regulation for

ensuring nuclear safety and radiation protection in the handling of

nuclear fuel, nuclear material and radioactive waste,



(d) evidence of the fulfillment of the established) qualification of personnel and documents about

the training and credentials of workers to activities relating to the performance of functions,

including an overview of the cast shifts,



e) evidence of testing and readiness of the systems, structures and components

with an impact on nuclear safety, which is not the selected device, and

selected devices that are involved in the execution,



f) proof of compliance with authorisations issued by the authority and the



g) program management system.



(3) before the start of the nuclear power equipment must be

checked the status of a nuclear installation with matching the requirements of legislation

and the following documents:



a) in the case of the first energy nuclear device, launching the program

the first nuclear power facility with a nuclear reactor

and trial operation, including a timetable, and minor programs

power,



b) limits and conditions,



(c)) file necessary for the execution of the internal rules of the energy

launching a nuclear device corresponding to the actual implementation

nuclear installation,



(d) evidence of the fulfillment of the established) qualification of personnel and documents about

the training and credentials of workers to activities relating to the performance of functions,

including an overview of the cast shifts,



e) evidence of testing and readiness of the systems, structures and components

with an impact on nuclear safety, which is not the selected device, and

selected devices, that are involved in energy startup,



f) proof of compliance with authorisations issued by the Office,



g) program management system



(h) to perform a physical) logs run and meet the criteria

the success of the program, the physical boot of a nuclear installation and



(I) a summary of the results of the document) the readiness checks of nuclear

the plant and its workers to the energy of the nuclear startup

device.



Requirements for the commissioning of a nuclear installation without nuclear

the reactor and the inactive, the first physical trial run and the first

the energy of the nuclear installation run with nuclear reactor



section 20



[To section 50, paragraph 4, § 51 para. 6 (a)), and (b)), § 52 para. 2 and § 53 para.

2 the Atomic law]



(1) the commissioning of a nuclear installation without a nuclear reactor and

inactive, the first trial run and the first physics energy

launching a nuclear installation with a nuclear reactor (hereinafter referred to as "marketing

the nuclear device into service ") must be carried out so that the



and marketing programme) is a nuclear device into operation and marketing

the nuclear device into operation is carried out in accordance with it,



(b)) each stage consists of a comprehensive set of tests,



(c)) tests demonstrate the fulfilment of the safety criteria by program

placing a nuclear device into operation,



d) test results are documented and



(e)) the following stage is initiated after a successful performance of tests

the previous stage.



(2) move to the next stage of putting into operation of a nuclear installation is

possible after



and any work and) completion of previous tests,



(b)) meet all criteria for success of the previous stages in accordance with the

documentation for povolovanou activity



(c) ensuring the readiness of the selected devices) to begin a phase,



(d) the readiness of workers to) ensure the initiation stage,



(e) the existence and correctness) ensure documentation for povolovanou

activity,



(f) comprehensive functional verification successfully) nuclear devices and



g) verification of compliance with the requirements under subparagraphs) to (e)) and its

documenting.



(3) in the course of the tests when placing the nuclear device into operation is

prohibited from disconnecting elements of the protective system of a nuclear reactor, if

the remaining part of the elements of this system does not provide reliable performance

the requirements of the law and the limits and conditions.



(4) the results of the readiness checks of nuclear facilities to individual

stages of placing a nuclear device into operation and the operation must be

summarized in the summary document of verification.



section 21



[To section 50, paragraph 4, § 51 para. 6 (a)), and (b)), § 52 para. 2 and § 53 para.

2 the Atomic law]



(1) the stage of placing a nuclear device into operation must be carried out

According to previously drawn up by the etapového program.



(2) in the context of the stage of placing a nuclear device into operation must be



and gradually the tests validated)



1. conformity of the systems, structures and components with the requirements of the legislation

and the project of a nuclear device, and



2. project of the nuclear device set modes and characteristics

nuclear facilities and



(b) the tests referred to in point (a))) are carried out so that the conditions have been created

for the testing of other units and a successful complex functional verification of nuclear

devices before you start the trial run.



(3) the Stage program must include



and target, and description) a methodology for carrying out the work stages,



(b)) the mutual time and logical links between the activities of the stage,



(c) technology readiness requirements) and resources on the activities of the stage,



(d) the criteria and methodology) safety evaluation of their performance,



e) description of the start and final status stage,



(f) a description of the organizational and personnel) to ensure phase,



g) a description of how the transition to the next phase and



h) list of programs for individual activities.



(4) for each sub-programme activities must contain the



and target, and description) methodology for the implementation of the activities,



(b) the readiness of technology) requirements and resources to an activity,



(c) the criteria and methodology) safety evaluation of their performance,



d) opening and closing activity status and



(e) a description of the organizational and personnel) to ensure the activities.



The rules for continuous provisioning, authentication and documentation skills

a stable and safe operation of a nuclear installation



section 22



[To section 54, paragraph 4 (a)) of the Atomic Act]



(1) before the start of operation of a nuclear installation shall be verified with the match

the status of the nuclear facilities with the requirements of the legislation and these

documents:



and) limits and conditions,



(b)) the internal rules corresponding to the actual implementation of nuclear

the device,



(c) evidence of the fulfillment of the established) qualification of personnel and documents about

training and examination of the qualifications of workers to set out by the

activities,



d) overview of the cast shifts,



e) evidence of testing and readiness for operation of the selected device



f) proof of compliance with authorisations issued by the Office,



g) program operational controls,



h) program management system



I) overview of the changes of the nuclear facilities, which the nuclear devices different from the

the job status of nuclear devices before the first physical startup

nuclear installation with a nuclear reactor,




(j)) on the implementation of protocols of the nuclear power equipment and

meet the criteria for success of the program of the first power

the nuclear reactor of a nuclear installation and trial operation, including the

schedule,



the control results) evidence of the readiness of the nuclear facility and its

staff for testing operation,



l) the annual timetable for the operation and



m) proof of the results of the readiness checks of nuclear devices and its

staff to operate.



(2) schedule the operation is part of the service and shall establish the

the planned shutdown of a nuclear reactor.



(3) the schedule of service must be updated once every 12 months, and

passed the Office to 31. March. To change the schedule of the Office must be

passed within 10 days after its implementation.



Article 23 of the



[To section 54, paragraph 4 (a)) of the Atomic Act]



(1) the internal regulations shall lay down the procedures for the States of nuclear facilities

so that was in the course of its operation, provided nuclear safety,

radiation protection, technical safety, monitoring of radiological situation

management of radiation incidents, and security.



(2) the internal rules and systems, structures and components shall be

operation of a nuclear installation verified and modified taking into account the

the present level of science and technology and the application of experience from practice, and

the previous operation of a nuclear facility.



(3) If during the operation of nuclear facilities shut down nuclear reactor with

fuel files in the active zone, must be continuously controlled

and including the period of the exchange of fuel assemblies, particularly in terms of

the preservation of podkritičnosti active zone and heat dissipation from the active zone.



(4) the operation of a nuclear facility with a nuclear reactor



and) must be the holder of the authorisation to operate a nuclear installation is aware of the

the effectiveness of the



1. protective system



2. powerful elements of safety systems,



3. compensation elements and



4. absorbátorů Neutron,



(b) effectiveness of the performance elements) have a protective system of a nuclear reactor

with sufficient slack to ensure the shutdown of a nuclear reactor and its

keep in podkritickém condition and compensate for the reactivity of the active zone, and it

After a period of time and to the extent that they are considered in the safety analysis,



(c)) must be the holder of the authorisation to operate a nuclear installation is known

the maximum dose of the active zone and reactivity



(d)) must not be disconnected channels protective system or individual Executive

elements of the protection or security of the system, if the remaining number of

channels of the protective system, or the powerful elements of the protection or

the security system does not ensure nuclear safety.



(5) operation of a nuclear installation shall be



and ensured the continued presence and) the availability of a complete and updated

the file of the internal rules, including limits and conditions on control

workplaces,



(b)) this operation periodically evaluated,



c) analysed arising from operational events and proposed measures to

Prevention of reoccurrence, and



(d) analytical report) handled by arising from operational events and passed

The Office once a month; This report shall include in particular the



1. the draft of the measures to prevent arising from operational events and



2. information on the status of implementation of the measures referred to in point 1.



section 24



Documentation for re-entry into the critical condition of the nuclear reactor

After an exchange of nuclear fuel



[To section 54, paragraph 4 (b), (d)) of the Atomic Act]



(1) documentation for the recovery of the placing of a nuclear reactor to the critical

State after the nuclear fuel Exchange must include in the case of



and neutronově-) information about the physical characteristics of the active zone

nuclear reactor



1. the results of the calculations, the neutronově-physical properties of the active zone

the fuel charge for the following fuel campaign



2. effects and reactivity coefficients,



3. the layout of the performance in an active zone,



4. a description of the changes in reactivity caused by unsteady, poisoning



5. integral and differential effectiveness of regulatory authorities and the effectiveness of

liquid absorbátoru and



6. operating limits of the active zone and fuel assemblies,



(b)) kartogramu garage during



1. Description of the fuel charge and fuel enrichment,



2. information on the type of fuel used and length of stay of each fuel

the files in the active zone, their properties and their number in the

the following fuel campaign



3. deployment of the fuel assemblies in the active zone and



4. the layout of the active zone,



c) documents and protocols on the readiness of device evaluation

in terms of nuclear safety documents and evaluation reports

the readiness of the selected devices and systems, structures and components with the

impact on nuclear safety, which is not the selected device in the

areas



1. traffic management



2. care of the equipment,



3. reactor physics,



4. coordination of the activities,



5. operating modes,



6. nuclear safety,



7. radiation protection



8. the physical protection and



9. technical security



d) documents and protocols of the operational controls information from



1. operating of NDT inspections



2. operating special checks,



3. operational engineering controls,



4. the operational review of the checks



5. checks on operational Diagnostics,



6. the operational controls in the area of compliance with chemical modes of operation

nuclear installation,



7. the operational controls and electrical systems



8. the operational controls management and control systems,



e) evidence of meeting the criteria of acceptability of the information about whether they are

criteria of admissibility regarding the documentation referred to in points

(c)), and (d)),



(f) a summary of the results of the document) the readiness checks of nuclear

the plant and its workers to the next traffic



1. the document of the readiness of the workforce involved and engaged

the management, operation and control of power equipment, including the necessary

maintenance and repair of the device during operation, the next operation,



2. a list of the changes made during the operation, and

downtime of systems, structures, components with the impact to the operating

a safety report from the date of its last update,



3. update the limits and conditions following the changes referred to in point 2,



4. the list of changes made during the last safety messages

fuel cycle



5. Declaration of thresholds and conditions



6. Declaration on the updating of the internal rules and



7. proof of testing and readiness of the selected devices and



g) schedule next operation of a nuclear facility, including the

placing a nuclear device into a renewed operation and programs of physical

and nuclear power device



1. the programmes for the physical execution of a nuclear reactor,



2. the power of a nuclear reactor programs,



3. the timetable for the continued operation of a nuclear installation with a layout

and type of traffic in a given time period, and



4. the term of placing nuclear reactor in a critical condition after replacing the

nuclear fuel.



(2) documentation of the re-entry into the critical nuclear reactor

State after the exchange of nuclear fuel referred to in paragraph 1 (b). (f)) must be

Submitted to the authority at least 48 hours before the start of renewal

a nuclear reactor in a critical state.



(3) documentation for the recovery of the placing of a nuclear reactor to the critical

State after the exchange of nuclear fuel referred to in paragraph 1 (b). a) and b) must

be submitted to the authority at least 7 days prior to the renewal

a nuclear reactor in a critical state.



§ 25



Long-term shutdown of a nuclear reactor in the event of nuclear research

device



[To section 54, paragraph 4 (b), (c)) of the Atomic Act]



Long-term shutdown of a nuclear reactor in the event of nuclear research

the device must be carried out in this way:



and) nuclear fuel from an active zone must be transferred to the warehouse

nuclear fuel,



(b)) must be made of limits and conditions change so as to match the State of the

in the long shutdown of the nuclear facility,



(c)) maintenance, monitoring, testing, inspection, and repair of nuclear facilities must

be carried out in accordance with section 18,



d) measures must be taken to limit the fast aging systems,

structures and components of a nuclear device,



(e) the planned long-term cessation) must be notified to the authority at least 30

days before the start of activities aimed at the long-term decommissioning and



f) long-term cessation of unscheduled must be notified without delay to the Office of

After its launch.



Processes and activities to prevent the development of emergency conditions on nuclear

device and to alleviate their consequences



section 26



[To section 49, paragraph 2 (b), (h)) to the Atomic Act]



(1) in the processes and activities to prevent the development of emergency conditions

the nuclear device and to mitigate the consequences thereof (hereinafter referred to as "system

management of accidents ") must be



and objectives and put in place) a strategy for the management of emergency

conditions that are based on the evaluation of the safety and of the requirements for the

the project of a nuclear device,



(b)) set of measures for management of introduced emergency conditions in accordance

with the objectives and strategies for the management of emergency conditions, which must

include



1. the technical measures for the management of emergency conditions, including

resources to obtain and pass on information about the State of nuclear

the device, and




2. organisational measures for the management of emergency conditions,



(c)) created and maintained for the management of emergency documentation file

conditions,



(d) providing for the management of emergency workers) conditions, trained and

carried out their training in the management of emergency conditions and



e) carried out the analysis for the development of strategies for the management of emergency

conditions and the results of these analyses are used for this development.



(2) the system of management of accident must



and cope with emergency conditions) to allow a nuclear device

initiated in all the States of a nuclear device,



(b)) to enable the mastery of the emergency conditions that occur on all

nuclear facilities situated in the same territory for the location

nuclear device at the same time,



(c)) to enable the mastering of emergency conditions, in which experiencing

current affecting the nuclear reactor and the pool storage of irradiated

nuclear fuel,



d) include rules of mutual support between nuclear devices with

nuclear reactor in the same territory of the nalézajícími to the location of the

nuclear devices in case of emergency conditions on one of the

so, in order not to jeopardize the nuclear safety of nuclear installations

the filling that supports,



(e) include an active link to) management of radioactive waste or

correction of the condition after radiation disaster for the territory of the affected radiation accidents

or for his part so as to mitigate the consequences of the emergency

conditions, and



f) take into account the



1. the expected environmental conditions including extensive damage to

external or internal infrastructure and expected difficult conditions, including

radiation, which may occur during emergency conditions,



2. initiation of the event or events which can emergency conditions

cause, and



3. human resources and the influence of the human factor in emergency management

terms and conditions.



section 27 of the



[To section 49, paragraph 2 (b), (h)) to the Atomic Act]



(1) the documentation file for the management of emergency conditions must include the



and emergency regulations)



(b)) for the management of severe accidents, instructions and



(c)) other documentation for the management of accidents, in particular



1. documentation for the management of the extensive damage to the territory to the location

nuclear facilities and



2. the procedures for the use of alternative resources for coping

emergency conditions.



(2) the documentation file for the management of emergency conditions must allow

workers providing emergency management terms



and prioritization of activities) in managing emergency conditions and



(b)) carrying out activities in the environmental conditions that may occur in the

emergency conditions.



(3) the documentation file for the management of emergency conditions must



and) be created systematically take into account the specific nuclear device, and

correspond to the State of the project of a nuclear device,



(b)) to be in the inner and mutually consistent, and include links to go

between the breakdown regulations and guidance for management of heavy

accidents and



(c) take into account uncertainty in knowledge) about the timing and severity of the

physical phenomena that can occur during emergency conditions,

so that the activities were carried out in managing emergency conditions

means capable of achieving the desired objective.



(4) the documentation file for the management of emergency conditions must be

examined in terms of efficiency and the ability to ensure the management of

emergency conditions before the start of the nuclear power

equipment and before the start of its operation.



(5) the operation of a nuclear facility shall be ensured the continued presence

and the availability of a complete and current set of documentation for the management

emergency conditions to control the workplace.



section 28



[To section 49, paragraph 2 (b), (h)) to the Atomic Act]



(1) the Emergency provisions must



and) establish rules for mastery of basic project accidents and

instructions for the safe recovery of a nuclear installation,



b) lay down rules for the management of advanced project conditions

In addition to the heavy crash and recovery performance of safety instructions

functions or replace their losses,



(c)) to ensure the prevention of severe accidents,



(d)) to allow workers to respond to resulting from the event without its exact

the identification on the basis of symptoms, which are the values of the security

the parameters and the status of essential security features,



(e)) to be based on realistic and for a nuclear device specific

the analysis performed for this purpose,



(f)), without delay, to allow workers to detect emergency conditions, for

which they are intended, and



g) contain the input conditions for application of the procedure, the corresponding

events and output condition to exit this procedure.



(2) the Instructions for the management of severe accidents must



and respond to) allow the resulting event without its exact identification

only on the basis of symptoms, which are the values of safety parameters

determining the status of the physical protective barriers,



(b)) to ensure that limit the development and mitigate the effects of severe accidents and



(c) to establish a strategy for mastering) emergency conditions and physical

identifiable mechanisms affecting the physical security

the barriers that have been identified in the analysis of severe accidents, regardless of the

their probability.



(3) when the verification and validation of the emergency regulations and instructions for the management of

heavy accidents must be checked



and their implied) environmental conditions and of the

in terms of available human resources and



(b) taking into account the impact of) the efficiency of human performance.



(4) for validation of emergency regulations must be used plnorozsahový

the Simulator.



(5) the validation of the emergency regulations must be based on

representative scenarios of emergency conditions.



section 29



[To section 49, paragraph 2 (b), (h)) to the Atomic Act]



(1) the system of management of accidents must be periodically and after special

evaluation of the safety in the event of a radiological emergency at a nuclear

device or on another nuclear device of this type include:

and, if appropriate, updated to ensure that the



a) is in accordance with the current level of science and technology and operational

experience and



(b) the emergency provisions and instructions) for the management of severe accidents are in

accordance with the actual status of the nuclear facilities in the extent

use strategies for the management of emergency conditions.



(2) the results of the verification and validation of the emergency regulations and instructions for the

management of severe accidents before the introduction of the new strategy for the management of

emergency conditions or a fundamental change of the existing strategy for

managing emergency conditions must be incorporated into the emergency

regulations and instructions for the management of severe accidents.



section 30



[To section 49, paragraph 2 (b), (h)) to the Atomic Act]



(1) on the system management of the accident must be ensured and regular training

the exercises in the use of the emergency regulations and instructions for coping with heavy

accidents of workers involved in the management of emergency conditions.



(2) for the training of, and regular exercises in the use of emergency laws

plnorozsahový Simulator must be used.



(3) for training and regular exercises in the use of the instructions for the management of

severe accident simulation tool must be used to allow

waveform modeling different scenarios of severe accidents.



(4) in the system of management of accidents must be committed to regular

practice transition in the use of emergency laws and instructions for

management of severe accidents using the plnorozsahového Simulator.



(5) in the system of management of accidents must be committed to regular

practice interventions laid down the rules and instructions for the breakdown

management of severe accidents, necessary for the restoration of security features

including those that consist in the use of alternative technical

devices or equipment located outside of the area of the nuclear device. When

regular practice these interventions must be taken into account may

the unavailability of the measuring devices, lighting and electric power and

the use of personal protective equipment.



section 31



The effectiveness of the



This Decree shall take effect on the date of 15. February 2017.



Chair:



Ing. Drábová, Ph.d., v. r.



1) Council directive 2009/71/Euratom of 25 June 2002. June 2009, which

establishes a Community framework for the nuclear safety of nuclear installations.



Council directive 2014/87/Euratom of 8 June. July 2014, amending

Directive 2009/71/Euratom establishing a Community framework for

nuclear safety of nuclear installations.

Related Laws

1997 Atomic Act