The Nuclear Energy Option

Original Language Title: Ydinenergia-asetus

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Read the untranslated law here: http://www.finlex.fi/fi/laki/ajantasa/1988/19880161

The presentation provides the Minister of trade and industry on 11 December 1987 fixing conditions for the application of the nuclear energy Act (990/87): Chapter 1 Definitions article 1 of This regulation the following definitions shall apply: 1) natural uranium of uranium, which for isotopic abundance relationships has not been changed on them, which they are present on any of the uranium in nature;
uranium enriched in uranium, 2) in which the uranium atoms with an atomic weight of 235 or 233, of the total number of atoms (enrichment) is greater than the natural;
3 depleted uranium uranium by enrichment) of less than natural uranium;
4) effective kilogram special unit of measure to be used under the supervision of the nuclear substance; the number of efektiivisissä kilograms of the substance can be obtained by the mass of the substance in kilograms and multiplying this: (a) the isotope of plutonium and uranium-233) for 1;
(b) in the case of a uranium) enrichment of uranium-235 isotope is 0.01 (1%) or greater, the degree of enrichment by the square;
(c) in the case of a uranium) enrichment of uranium 235-isotope ratio is less than 0.01 (1%), but higher than 0.005 (0.5%), century 0.0001;
(d) in the case of the use of depleted uranium) enrichment of uranium-235 isotope is 0.005 (0.5%) or lower, the century 0.00005; and (e)) in respect of thorium's 0.00005.
(27 May 2004/430) 5) country of origin restriction from a Finnish or a non-member country of the European Union, the European Union, or valtioryhmittymän with a bilateral agreement in the field of nuclear energy, which is induced by the restriction on the physical protection of nuclear material, nuclear waste, ore, or referred to in subsection 1 of section 8 of the other material, device, equipment, or data, for the manufacture, production, possession, transfer, handling, use, storage, transport, export or import; (31.10.2013/755) 6), nuclear fuel, nuclear material which is made of pieces, which as such or related support structures, combined with suitable for use in the design of nuclear chain reactions, based on the core halkeamiseen in the facility, as well as, depending on when instructed to do so by the Ministry of trade and industry, more suitable to achieve the nuclear material of nuclear energy;
7) to the design of nuclear fuel used in nuclear energy, nuclear fuel, nuclear material that contains significant nuclear waste; (so far as concerns/473) 8) nuclear material of nuclear material as well as the nuclear energy Act (990/1987), section 2, paragraph 5, subparagraph 1 and (2) those referred to in paragraph 1, materials, equipment, apparatus, data sets and agreements; (27 November 2008/732), paragraph 9 has been revoked A 27 November 2008/732.

the manufacturer of pressure equipment company ydinteknisten 10), which manufactures the ydinteknisiä pressure equipment or to carry out these inspections of pressure equipment installation, repair or conversion; (27 November 2008/732) 11) todennäköisyysperusteisella risk analysis quantitative assessments of the threats affecting the security of the nuclear power plant, to return the event chains and side effects; (27 November 2008/732) 12) auktorisoidulla the verification institution an independent inspection body, the radiation protection centre is the heart of the energy law adopted under article 60 (a) to carry out the pressure equipment of nuclear facilities, for steel and concrete structures as well as the role of public administration of the mechanical equipment inspection tasks; (31.10.2013/755) 13) omatarkastuslaitoksella the holder of the authorization for a separate inspection units, whose station is arranged in such a way that the inspection staff works organizationally and functionally separated from the rest of the staff of the holder of the authorization and that functionally meets the requirements of the Radiation Safety Centre, separately, and that radiation is approved to carry out a nuclear pressure equipment, steel-and-concrete structures and mechanical equipment inspection tasks as performed as the holder of the authorization. (31.10.2013/755)
The Department of trade and industry, where necessary, the list of the country of origin of the restrictions referred to in paragraph 5. (so far as concerns/473) section 2 (27 November 2008/732) nuclear energy under section 2 of the Act referred to in paragraph 6 of the uranium or thorium ore that contains it is minerals, where: 1) the average concentration of uranium is higher than 1 kg tonnes; or 2) the average concentration of thorium is higher than 30 kg tonnes, except where it is not monatsiitista, or greater than 100 kg tonnes, in the case of a monatsiitista.


section 3 of the Nuclear Energy Act 3 section referred to in paragraph 2: (27 November 2008/732)) special fissionable material is plutonium 239, uranium 233, uranium 235 or 233 isotoopeissa enriched, as well as any substance that contains one or more of the foregoing; as well as 2) source material is uranium, which contains the isotopes in nature, in relation to, or the amount of the isotope 235 to the relative is reduced, and thorium, as well as any of the substance of the metal, in the form of lejeeringin, chemical compound or concentrate.
The nuclear energy Act 3 section 1 of the nuclear substance referred to in paragraph 2 is not: (27 November 2008/732)) special fissionable material, where the uranium and plutonium in the common content is less than 0.01 kg tonnes;
2) the starting material, with uranium and thorium, common content is less than 0.5 kg tonnes; instead of 3), paragraph 2, the ore. (27 November 2008/732), section 4 of the nuclear fuel Used shall be applied, as well as nuclear material that the nuclear waste of the nuclear energy Act and the provisions of this regulation. In addition, it may be applicable to the substances referred to in article 8 and the provisions relating to the devices.
Other than in the cases referred to in subparagraph (1), in which the nuclear material, nuclear waste, uranium or thorium-containing ore, or active ingredient as referred to in article 8, the equipment or system is the nuclear energy Act, or by virtue of this regulation at the same time in respect of more than one of the substances or objects, it is subject to the individually or to the nuclear energy Act on the provisions of this regulation. (27 November 2008/732) section 5 (27 November 2008/732) Nuclear Energy Act 3 section 1 of the nuclear waste, as referred to in paragraph 3 is not: 1) to the use of nuclear energy with the environment of emissions caused by spread radioactive materials, that do not exceed the emission limit values set out in;
2) a radioactive substance or a product that is produced, or that is used for commercial, industrial, maatilataloudelliseen, medical, scientific or education: providing activities or any other activity that is not part of the JV is likewise unrealistic nuclear waste management;
3) the raw material of uranium or toriumpitoista for the direct processing of radioactive waste when the action was born, over one year, the amount of uranium or thorium produced is less than or equal to 10 000 kg; and 4) of the Finnish nuclear plant or in Finland which has arisen in this nuclear waste in Finland for a sample of the research.


section 6 of the Nuclear Energy Act 3 section 1 of the nuclear waste, as referred to in paragraph 5 of the final disposal of such investment on a large scale, which is the final mode is to be located, the amount of nuclear waste that contains kokonaisaktiivisuus of radioactive material, thorium, natural uranium and depleted uranium, with the exception of greater than 1 terabecquereliä (with a TBq) or Alpha activity of the natural uranium, thorium and depleted uranium, with the exception of greater than 10 gigabecquereliä (GBq). (27 November 2008/732)
Section 3 of the nuclear energy Act referred to in paragraph 5, the large-scale manufacture of nuclear material or nuclear waste, the use, handling or storage of the production, it is this kind of activity, if it is to be used at the facility at any one time to maintain: 1) nuclear materials more than 1 effective kilogram; or 2 the amount of nuclear waste, which contains) of radioactive substances in the kokonaisaktiivisuus or Alpha-activity exceeds the value laid down in paragraph 1.
Very low level waste final disposal of nuclear waste, which is the average of the activity content does not exceed the value of the 100 kilobecquerelia per kilogram and that the values set out in subparagraph (1) does not exceed the kokonaisaktiivisuus, to guarantee that the final investment referred to in the State. (31.10.2013/755) section 7 of the Nuclear Energy Act, section 11 (2) of the public referred to in paragraph 3 of the nuclear plant is a facility where food is prepared, are produced, used, handled or stored nuclear material at a time more than 50 effective kilogram or nuclear waste at a time the amount by which kokonaisaktiivisuus is greater than 100 000 with a TBq or Alpha-activity greater than 1 000 with a TBq.
The core institution does not, however, be deemed to be an instrument or means of transport, directly concerned by the temporary inventory.


7 (a) of section (so far as concerns/473) section 6 (b) of the nuclear energy Act (2) in the cases referred to in paragraph 1 are those with low amounts of investigated nuclear waste back into the safety of the nuclear waste to the vendor does not have a significant financial or other important reason.
The nuclear energy Act, section 6 (b) of subsection 2, an unknown origin referred to in paragraph 2, the nuclear waste is a waste, the State which is not found in the owner's or vehicle holder.


7 (b) of section (20 December 1996/1224)


The nuclear energy Act, section 6 (a) (2) in the cases referred to in paragraph 1 are those where the safety requirement of article 6 of the law, or in accordance with the third paragraph of article 9 of the disposal to satisfy an obligation of the foreign countries for research purposes is provided or has been provided or where the nuclear waste abroad for research purposes is provided or has been provided in order to prevent the spread of nuclear weapons in order to meet the necessary actions needed for the nuclear waste.
In the cases referred to in sub-section 1, the amount of nuclear waste must correspond to the number of the required research method used in nuclear waste management. The quantity of waste to be exported to admissibility should be so low, that it is not the obligation of disposal of the relevant jätehuoltovelvollisen.
6 (a) of the nuclear energy Act, subsection 2, paragraph 1 (a) in the cases referred to are those in which the levels of nuclear waste and the waste delivered abroad, because in Finland is not in use the appropriate method. (27 November 2008/732)
The nuclear energy Act, section 6 (a) (2) in the cases referred to in paragraph 2 are those used in the research reactor in operation in Finland, where spent nuclear fuel handling, storage and placement of a permanent fixture in the meaning of the rest of the as in Finland is a security, a significant financial or other cogent reason.
Chapter 2 section 2 of the nuclear energy Act (1) and (2) on the application of article 8 (27 November 2008/732) (27 November 2008/732) article 2 of the law on nuclear energy of the substances referred to in paragraph 5, subparagraph 1, equipment and installations, as well as data sets for which the possession, manufacture, Assembly, and the law shall apply to the import of nuclear energy, in the annex to this Regulation (A) 2.2. the substances, mentioned in paragraph 1.2. and 2.3. equipment and facilities referred to in paragraphs, as well as their components, as well as 1.3. and 2.4. in these data sets.

2 is repealed by A 31.10.2013/755.

Substances as referred to in sub-section 1, the equipment and equipment radiation related health and the prevention and control of other adverse effects shall apply to the radiation Act (592/1991).


8 (a) in section 8 (a) (b) – 8 – 8 (b) of section is repealed by A on 16 June 1995/881.



section 9 (so far as concerns/473) section 2 of the nuclear energy Act (2) the agreements referred to in paragraph 1, which shall be subject to the implementation of the energy and the law, are the private-law contracts, with the aim of: (27 November 2008/732)) to take part in the rest of the territory of the community or in that State (A) in the annex to this regulation, (B) referred to in paragraph 2.3 of the annex in the manufacture, installation, equipment or system, or the use of the building; or 2) to participate in the rest of the territory of the communities referred to in paragraph (A) in the annex, points 1.2, for the manufacture, installation, equipment or system for the construction or use.
What the first paragraph shall not apply to employment contracts.


section 9 (a) (27 November 2008/732) section 2 of the nuclear energy Act referred to in paragraph 2 of the nuclear fuel cycle-related research and development work is the development of processes and systems in the following stages of the fuel cycle: 1) on the physical protection of nuclear material conversion;
2) nuclear material enrichment;
3) nuclear fuel fabrication;
4) reactors;
5) critical installations;
6) the reprocessing of nuclear fuel; and 7) in the mid-to high-active nuclear waste, which contains plutonium, uranium with an enrichment in terms of isotope 235 is greater than 0.20 (20%), or uranium isotope 233, except for storage and final disposal of the packaging and processing the task again, which is not related to the separation.
Section 2 of the nuclear energy Act referred to in paragraph 2 of the research and development work, however, is not a theoretical research, scientific research, and not the kind of research and development, which is the use of radioisotopes in industry, medical, hydrological or agricultural applications, health and environmental effects, or service and maintenance activities.
2 (a) in the figure (27 November 2008/732) from the scope of the nuclear energy Act, section 9 (b) restrictions you wish on the (31.10.2013/755) section 2 of the nuclear energy Act referred to in paragraph 2 of the mining and ore enrichment activity is not an action, which, over one year, the amount of uranium or thorium produced is less than or equal to 10 000 kg or, in the present case, the average concentration of uranium and thorium, malmissa is less than the limits laid down in article 2 and the processing of the resulting products of uranium and thorium, common content is less than 0.5 kg tonnes.


section 10 (27 November 2008/732), the provisions of the nuclear energy Act shall not apply to the disposal of nuclear waste is disposed of by virtue of the holding of a licence, to continue to use the transmission, processing, transport, storage or, if: 1) of nuclear waste, the average ominaisaktiivisuus is less than 10 kBq/kg;
2) way of nuclear waste in the possession of the transferred nuclear waste kokonaisaktiivisuus is less than 1 GBq and the alpha activity lower than 10 MBq;
3) the supply of a nuclear waste cannot be assessed an annual dose of anyone who exceeds 0.01 mSv efektiivisenä ration; and (26.3.1993/278) 4) the supply of a nuclear waste resulting from the radiation exposure is also as low as reasonably achievable.


section 10 (a) (27 November 2008/732), the provisions of the nuclear energy Act shall not apply to the possession of special fissionable material, to the use, storage, handling, disposal, transport and import of the substance, if it is placed in the human body for medical purposes as part of the instrument.


10 (b) of section (so far as concerns/473), the provisions of the nuclear energy Act shall not apply to the possession, transfer, handling of the starting material, use, storage, transport and import if the: (27 November 2008/732)) the substance is manufactured or otherwise made ready for use, that the use of the object or part of a device, the device;
2) contained in the product is less than the starting material 4 grams; and 3) country of origin of the material is not subjected to restrictions.
The law does not apply to nuclear energy, in accordance with paragraph 1, for the manufacture of a product containing the substance or the production of slots, if it is not used in the manufacture or production of other substances which fall within the scope of the nuclear energy Act.
Chapter 3 permit requirements shall be exempt from the use of nuclear energy in section 10 (c) (27 November 2008/732), where (A) in annex 2.1. nuclear material referred to in paragraph are not subject to the restrictions of the country of origin, in accordance with the nuclear energy Act is not needed for its imports from another Member State of the European Union.
Each of the imports referred to in paragraph 1 shall be made in section 118 of the control system of nuclear materials referred to in the notice of the radiation protection centre.


11-11 of 11 (b) (b) of article 11 to article has been revoked A 27 November 2008/732.



Article 12 of the permit issued in accordance with the nuclear energy Act is not needed for children under 10 kg of natural uranium, depleted uranium or thorium or importation of the batch for industrial, commercial, maatilataloudelliseen, medical, scientific or educational activities, if;
1) country of origin of the uranium or toriumiin are not subject to restrictions; and 2) no one is the same in the course of a calendar year to import no more than a total of 50 kg of uranium and thorium.
Permission is not needed for industrial, commercial, maatilataloudelliseen, medical, scientific or educational activities related to natural uranium, depleted uranium or thorium, the use of the holding, handling, or storing, if;
1) country of origin of the uranium or toriumiin are not subject to restrictions;
2) is not related to the manufacture or production of special fissionable material; the total number of uranium and thorium, and 3) at the same time, the holder is less than 10 kg.
Instead of the application must be made in chapter 17 of the radiation safety Centre.


section 13 (27 November 2008/732) When this is the kind of depleted uranium or thorium produced industrial or otherwise, in the form in which uranium or thorium to be regarded as the product is used for its high atomic or specific weight or resistance, therefore, and not in the past or in the country of origin of the toriumiin subject to restrictions, in accordance with the nuclear energy Act permit is needed only for the manufacture of a product and to produce. The transfer of the possession of the product, the use, storage, handling, and the import is done, the Declaration referred to in chapter 17 of the Radiation Safety Centre.
When, however, the products referred to in subparagraph (1) is an integral part of the vehicle, or it is used for the weight of the cargo, the transport package or radiation protection and a product in the past or in the country of origin of the toriumiin subject to restrictions, the Declaration referred to in subparagraph (1) is required only when a permanent resident in Finland for use in the intended use of the means of transport or transport of ballast, transport packaging, or radiation protection for the first time in Finland.
The Ministry of employment and the economy shall keep a list of the products referred to in paragraph 1.


section 14 of the permit issued in accordance with the nuclear energy Act is not needed for less than 10 kg of uranium or thorium ore that contains the import if the: (27 November 2008/732)) malmiin are not subject to the restrictions of the country of origin; and (27 November 2008/732) 2), no one in this way during the same calendar year, imports more than a total of 50 kg of uranium and thorium.
Permission is also needed less than 1 kg of uranium or thorium ore that contains the export country, which is party to the nuclear non-proliferation Treaty, if: (27 November 2008/732)

1) the country of origin are not subject to restrictions on malmiin; and (27 November 2008/732) 2), no one in this way during the same calendar year, will take the same State for more than a total of 10 kg of uranium and thorium.
Instead of the application must be made in chapter 17 of the radiation safety Centre.


Article 15 of the Single permit issued in accordance with the nuclear energy Act is not needed for the donation of special fissionable material for nuclear energy, which has the authorization referred to in the law for possession of such a substance, if: 1) time release is less than 0.01 effective kilogram; and 2) during the same calendar year, no one will give up the same number of the holder of the authorization, which is more than 0.05 effective kilogram.
Instead of the application must be made in chapter 17 of the radiation safety Centre.


section 16 (so far as concerns/473) section 16 is repealed so far as concerns the A/473.


section 17 (so far as concerns/473), a permit issued in accordance with the nuclear energy Act is not needed for the transport of nuclear material or nuclear waste in Finland or through Finnish territory, if: 1) it is not used for nuclear fuel and at one time the number of special fissionable material is transported to a maximum of: (a) 15 grams of plutonium-239) or uranium-233, or uranium enriched by isotoopissa 235 enrichment is at least 20%;
(b)) to a maximum of 1 kg isotoopissa 235 enriched uranium with an enrichment of at least 10% but less than 20%; or (c)) of less than 10 kilograms of enriched uranium 235, isotoopissa with an enrichment of less than 10%;
2) it is natural uranium, depleted uranium or thorium; or 3) to configure a time transported nuclear waste nuclear substance activity is less than or equal to 1 with a TBq.
(31.10.2013/755)
Permission is also required for the transport of nuclear material or nuclear waste storage and processing.
Authorization to release to the physical protection of nuclear material and nuclear waste transport to ensure the security of the carriage of the law applies to the transport of dangerous goods (719/94).
Transfers of radioactive substances between Member States provided for in Council Regulation (Euratom) no 1074/1999 in the cases referred to in Regulation (EC) No 1493/93 is in spite of the advance provided for in article 1 of the regulation checks and alerts to another Member of the European Union all nuclear material in the country, with the purpose of use is based on the radiation property of the nuclear material.
The transport referred to in subparagraph (1) above shall be made the Declaration referred to in chapter 17 of the radiation safety Centre. (31.10.2013/755) section 18 (27 November 2008/732) a permit issued in accordance with the nuclear energy Act is not needed (A) of the annex to the 2.2.1. and 2.2.2. the importation of the substance referred to in the paragraph and, if: 1) to the country of origin of the material is not subjected to restrictions;
2 the quantity of the substance in the annex) is less than the amount indicated in the case of M1; and 3), no one in this way during the same calendar year, give the same to the recipient or to import an amount that is greater than the amount indicated in this annex in the case of the substance in question.
A permit issued in accordance with the nuclear energy Act is not needed (A) of the annex to the 2.2.1. and 2.2.2. possession and manufacture of the substances referred to in paragraph 1, provided that:) the country of origin of the substance are not subject to restrictions; and 2) no one in this way, the amount of time you have, which is greater than the amount indicated in this annex in the case of the substance in question.
Instead of application is 1 and (2) in the cases referred to in the assignment, the Declaration referred to in chapter 17 of the radiation safety Centre.


18 (a) section (27 May 2004/430) a permit issued in accordance with the nuclear energy Act is not needed (A) in the annex, points 1.2, or the manufacture or Assembly of the device referred to in paragraph 2.3.
A permit issued in accordance with the nuclear energy Act is not needed (A) of the annex to 2.3.4. or 2.3.5. disposal of the holding, or device referred to in paragraph. (27 November 2008/732)
Instead of the application for the authorization in the cases referred to in paragraph 1 has made the Declaration referred to in section 17 of the radiation safety Centre.


Article 18 (b) (27 November 2008/732), section 18 (b) has been revoked A 27 November 2008/732.


section 19 (so far as concerns/473), a permit issued in accordance with the nuclear energy Act is not needed for A nuclear substance referred to in paragraph 2.1 of the annex to, the substance referred to in paragraph 2.2, 2.3 and 2.4 of the equipment or system referred to in the article mentioned in the data transfer the authorization referred to in article 31 for the construction of a nuclear installation, the authorization referred to in article 33 of the nuclear facility or the licence referred to in section 41, if the nuclear material, other material, device, equipment, or your data becomes available in action covered by the application.


19 (a) of section (31.10.2013/755) a permit in accordance with the nuclear energy Act is required (A) in the annex, paragraphs 1.3 and 2.4 for possession of these data sets, and import only if the country of origin of such information is restricted. There is no need to manufacture and assemble your materials permission.


under section 20 (31.10.2013/755), the holder of the authorization, which is the core of the energy law, the authorisation referred to in article 18 for the construction of a nuclear installation or to the nuclear energy Act, the authorisation referred to in article 20 of the nuclear plant, is, subject to this licence and subject to the right, but also as a result of the necessary or the operation of a nuclear installation of the physical protection of nuclear material, nuclear waste, as well as the substances referred to in article 8, the holding of a plant on the site of the equipment and installations for the manufacture, production, processing, use and storage of data, as well as the possession of the materials, manufacturing, and assembly plant on the spot or in other places of work of the holder of the authorization.


section 21 (27 November 2008/732) Separate article 16 (2) of the nuclear energy Act is not needed for the authorization referred to in the related nuclear material, nuclear waste, other material, device, equipment or information. Such a transfer must be made the subject of a notification under Chapter 17 of the radiation protection centre. (31.10.2013/755)
Separate the authorization referred to in section 41 is not needed for the possession of nuclear waste is to be exported to the territory of Finland.


section 22 (so far as concerns/473) radiation does not need a permit issued in accordance with the nuclear energy Act, which it carries out as a public authority. The same applies to the International Atomic Energy Agency and the Commission of the European communities, of the nuclear energy Act the control referred to in article 63.
Chapter 4 principle of the Council of State decision on section 23, for which the Nuclear Plant project is retrieved from the nuclear energy Act on the Council of State referred to in article 11 of the decision of principle, may include one or more of the nuclear installation, nuclear plants, for operational or other reasons, which make up a coherent whole. The application may also relate to two or more alternative nuclear plant project.
The principle of the application shall contain at least the following: 1 the name of the applicant for, or the activities, and the use of) the name and place of residence; for each nuclear installation, as well as 2): (a) the location of the planned;)
(b)), at its intended use; and (c)) in the case of activities or in the production of nuclear energy, it is intended for a nuclear installation, the power category, as well as its designed operating time.


section 24 (31.10.2013/755), the application shall be accompanied by the following declarations: 1) or the commercial register or other evidence, that the applicant is a Finnish citizen or a community, Foundation or a public body;
2) if the applicant is a company, a copy of the articles of Association and articles of the agreement, as well as a shareholder in the registry or, if the applicant is the rest of the community, or the Foundation, a copy of the rules;
3 the available expertise of the applicant);
4. the importance of the nuclear plant project in General), as well as it is necessary, in particular, of the importance of the country in terms of energy supply, as well as the use of the country's other nuclear installations and nuclear waste management;
5) with a report on the applicant's financial capacities and the project's commercial viability of the nuclear facility;
6) a nuclear installation project a broad draft financial plan.
Each of the nuclear plant project, the application shall also be accompanied by: 1) an outline of the technical operating principles the description of a proposed nuclear installation;
2) statement of the security principles;
3 the location of the main alternatives studied by the settlement of the nuclear installation planned) on the relations of ownership and management;
4) designed the site and its surrounding settlement and other activities and town planning arrangements;
the suitability of the proposed location of the 5), a statement of purpose, taking into account local conditions that impact on the safety, security and contingency arrangements, as well as the effects of a nuclear installation contexts;
6 the procedure for environmental impact assessment Act) (468/1994) the assessment report drawn up in accordance with the opinion of the evaluation report and the connection to the authority and an explanation of the design criteria which the applicant intends to comply with in order to avoid environmental damage and to restrict the burden on the environment;
7. an outline of the plan for the nuclear fuel supply);
an outline of the statement of the applicant's plans and 8) of the methods available to arrange nuclear waste management; as well as the rest of the authority necessary to act, 9).
If the applicant is a national of another Member State of the European Union or of the community, the application shall be accompanied by a statement of the applicant's nationality and reports referred to in paragraph 2, paragraph 1, in a statement.
In addition the applicant shall provide the radiation safety Centre nuclear energy referred to in article 12 in order to draw up the necessary information and the preliminary turvallisuusarvion.


Article 25 of the



In addition to the nuclear energy Act, the Ministry of employment and the economy shall request the opinion of the decision on the application of the principle, at least from the Ministry of defence, as well as a sisäasiainministeriöltä, and the County Government, the provincial and the Regional Directorate for the Environment Agency, which is the location of a proposed nuclear installation and the neighbouring municipality. (27 November 2008/732)
Radiation Protection Centre shall be accompanied by a decision on the application of the principle in its preliminary section turvallisuusarvioon the nuclear energy Act 56 of the opinion of the Advisory Board referred to in paragraph 2.


section 26 of the Department of trade and industry shall provide the decision in principle for the settlement of the Council of State for a special review of the existing and planned nuclear waste management methods, their security, the compatibility of the Finnish economy and the effects on the environment.
When the subject of the application is the production of nuclear energy for nuclear plant, the Ministry of trade and industry shall be submitted to the Council of State in the same context, the importance of the nuclear plant in the country is also a special statement of the energy supply.


section 27 of the Ministry of trade and industry, it must be ensured that the applicant's notification to the Ministry of nuclear energy referred to in the first paragraph of article 13 of the yleispiirteisessä Department of the matters listed in the report have been addressed in the instructions, that the survey is responsible for the application and that it is appropriate.
The Ministry of trade and industry must be provided to the applicant the opportunity to amend the statement of the Ministry on the basis of the audit referred to in paragraph 1, the following observations.
The publication of a major report is before the Yleispiirteiseen or the Ministry of trade and industry, in accordance with the instructions of the announcement, indicating: 1) where and when the application can be accessed; as well as 2) hereinafter referred to as the points listed in article 29, or where they shall be notified of them.


section 28, the applicant shall submit to the Ministry of trade and industry of the groups ' outline report made available to the public, at least one month before the nuclear energy Act, section 13 of the public referred to in paragraph 2, the opportunity of a proposed nuclear installation on location and the neighbouring municipalities of agencies and shall be kept at the disposal of the General Survey. In addition, the applicant shall be divided into a broad draft statement on the economy in each of the location of a proposed nuclear installation, as well as to other nearby economies.


section 29 of the Ministry of trade and industry shall notify the public of nuclear plant project, lis pendens, as well as: 1) where the applicant and the project outline report published by the nuclear facility is made available to the public;
2) of a proposed nuclear installation on nearby residents, municipalities and local authorities the opportunity to present in writing their opinions on the nuclear plant project and the date by which the opinions shall be submitted to the Ministry; as well as 3) where and when held to the nuclear energy Act, section 13 of the public the opportunity to.
Notice of the matters mentioned in paragraph 1 is: 1) be at least the location of a proposed nuclear installation, and neighbouring municipalities for a period of at least one month of public alerts on the message board; and 2) published in the same communities in General leviävissä in the newspapers, at least one month before the public.


section 30 of the Nuclear Energy Act, section 15, of the measures referred to in paragraph 2 are: 1) the applicant financially conclusion of a binding agreement or referred to in the relevant part of the nuclear installation, supply or manufacture of a device or structure;
2) the applicant's own, these components, equipment, or structures of the work; as well as the status of the Central 3) underground mining for nuclear plants.
The measures referred to in subparagraph (1) above, however, are not measures with a total financial loss if the nuclear plant project is not carried out, there is only minor.
Chapter 5 of the Nuclear plant for the construction of a nuclear installation Licence under section 31 (construction permit) is requested by an application to the Council of State, which shall be at least: 1) the applicant's name or the name of the domain to be used and activities;
2) as the location of the nuclear installation;
3 the purpose and operation of a nuclear installation);
4) core activities carried out on the quality and extent of the services or, in the case of the production of nuclear energy for nuclear installation, nuclear plant with a rated output of the facility designed for the operating time;
5 the construction schedule, in particular construction) designed the starting point; as well as 6) the principle referred to in Chapter 4, for the nuclear plant decision, when such is not necessary.


section 32 application for a permit shall be accompanied by the construction of article 24, paragraphs 1 and 2 above, the reports relating to the applicant, or (2) and (so far as concerns/473) 1) a statement of the applicant's right to use the planned location of the nuclear installation;
2 the location of the planned nuclear plant) and the settlement and other activities and town planning arrangements;
the construction of the nuclear plant type 3) as well as key elements of the planned suppliers;
4) explanation of the nuclear plant to be processed, manufactured, produced, used or the quality of the nuclear materials or nuclear waste to be stored and the maximum amount;
an outline of the technical operating principles 5) report and resolutions, as well as other arrangements, to ensure the safety of a nuclear installation;
6 statement of the security principles to be observed by the applicant) intends to follow, as well as an estimate of the implementation of the principles;
study on the environmental impact of the nuclear installation 7) and an explanation of the design criteria which the applicant intends to comply with in order to avoid environmental damage and to restrict the burden on the environment;
8 an outline of the report of the intended use of the nuclear installation) Organization;
a statement of the applicant's plans for 9) nuclear fuel supply;
10 the applicant's plans and available) with a report on methods for arranging nuclear waste management, including the dismantling of the nuclear facility and the disposal of nuclear waste, as well as an explanation of the timetable of nuclear waste management and the estimated costs of the works;
11) with a report on the nuclear facility of the project's commercial viability and its other economic conditions;
12) an estimate of the cost and financing of the project of a nuclear plant plan;
13) the applicant's financial statements for the past five years;
14) with a report on the applicant of the available expertise in the organisation of the implementation of the project and the construction of a nuclear installation; as well as the rest of the authority necessary to act, the 15).


section 33 Authorization to access a nuclear installation (license) is requested by an application to the Council of State, which shall be at least: 1) the applicant's name or the name of the domain to be used and activities;
2) as the location of the nuclear installation;
the purpose of the nuclear installation 3);
4) core activities carried out on the quality and extent of the services or, in the case of the production of nuclear energy for nuclear installation, nuclear plant with a rated output of the facility designed for the operating time; as well as the construction of a nuclear installation licence 5) or earlier license.


Article 34 the application shall be accompanied by the use of the authorization under section 24 (1) and (2) or (2) of the above-mentioned, the reports relating to the applicant, and (so far as concerns/473) 1) a statement of the location of the nuclear facility and its surrounding settlement and other activities and town planning arrangements;
2) with a report on the nuclear facility manufactured, processed, produced, used or the quality of the nuclear materials or nuclear waste to be stored and the maximum amount;
3 an outline of the technical operating principles and statement) solutions, as well as other arrangements, in which security is ensured;
statement of the security principles to be observed, as well as an estimate of 4) on the implementation of the principles applied;
5 the environmental burden of the nuclear installation) with a report on the measures taken;
6) with a report on the applicant's available expertise and on the organisation of the nuclear facility;
7 the applicant's plans and available) with a report on methods for arranging nuclear waste management, including the dismantling of the nuclear facility and the disposal of nuclear waste, as well as an explanation of the timetable of nuclear waste management and the estimated costs of the works;
a statement of the financial position of the applicant 8), financial management plan of the nuclear installation as well as the production plan of the nuclear installation;
9) the applicant's financial statements for all 32 years referred to in paragraph 13 of the section in the following years or if the core of the institution has previously been granted a licence, operating on the same year and the following years;
10) an explanation of how the potential to grant authorisation to construct the core terms and conditions have been observed, or if the institution has previously been granted a licence by the licensee, the terms of the previous how potential have been complied with; as well as the rest of the authority necessary to act, 11).


Article 35 (27 November 2008/732), the applicant shall provide the radiation and nuclear safety agency when applying for building permission: 1) a provisional turvallisuusseloste, which shall include at least the General design of a nuclear installation and safety principles for man-machine, a detailed description of the facility and the nuclear plant, the analysis of the use of the nuclear installation, explanation of the behavior of a nuclear installation in the event of an accident, a detailed explanation of the impact of a nuclear installation in the environment, as well as any other authority necessary to act, the amount of the settlement;
todennäköisyysperusteinen risk analysis planning phase 2);

3) proposal for a classification document, which sets out the safety of a nuclear installation important structures, systems and equipment on the basis of the classification of the nevertheless;
the quality management of the construction of a nuclear installation 4) report, which sets out the systematic procedures that organisations involved in the design and construction of a nuclear installation comply with the quality of the activities affecting;
the principle of the periodic inspection plan; 5) (31.10.2013/755) 6) preliminary plans for security and contingency arrangements; (31.10.2013/755) 7) in order to prevent the proliferation of nuclear weapons necessary for the control of the plan; (31.10.2013/755) 8) with a report on the nuclear energy Act, section 19, of the arrangements referred to in paragraph 7; (31.10.2013/755), the clearing of the baseline condition of the environment of the nuclear installation 9) programme; (31.10.2013/755) 10) the plan for the decommissioning of a nuclear installation. (31.10.2013/755)
The applicant shall also submit to the radiation and nuclear safety agency other Radiation Security Center considers the reports.


Article 36 the applicant shall provide the radiation and nuclear safety agency when applying for the licence: 1) to the final turvallisuusseloste;
2) todennäköisyysperusteinen risk analysis;
3) rate reflected the point of view of the safety of a nuclear installation important structures, systems and equipment on the basis of the classification of the nevertheless;
4 the use of a quality management program) of the nuclear installation;
5) safety terms, defining at least affecting the security of the nuclear installation process parameters on the cross different operating areas, will be given in the event of failure caused by the restrictions on the use of the equipment, as well as the provisions set out the requirements in terms of safety-relevant devices koestuksille;
6) periodic inspection summary-program;
7) to refer to the security and contingency plans;
in order to prevent the spread of nuclear weapons, 8) with a report on the organisation of the necessary control;
the core of the organisation's management rule 9);
10), an indication of the environmental radiation environmental radiation in nuclear plant to switch from full and on the monitoring of the program; (31.10.2013/755) 11) with a report on the safety requirements are met; as well as 12) aging management program.
(27 November 2008/732)
When a licence is being sought for a nuclear plant, which has already been in place, the documents referred to in subparagraph (1), it is necessary to deliver the radiation and nuclear safety agency only those, which they did not previously have not been provided.
The applicant shall also submit to the radiation Security Center other reports considered necessary by the radiation and nuclear safety agency.
The radiation Security Center is the core of the Department concerning the settlement of its opinions, the authority must be authorized in a special section and this section 35 subsection 1 of the mentioned documents.


37 section in addition to the nuclear energy Act, the Ministry of employment and the economy shall request the opinion of the construction and use of sisäasiainministeriöltä, as well as an application for a licence from the Government of the province and, at least on a regional environmental centre, which is the location of the nuclear facility or the neighbouring municipality. The construction of the application for a licence must be requested from the Ministry of Social Affairs and health, also in a statement. (27 November 2008/732)
The application, which sought the permission of non-nuclear energy referred to in article 11 for the construction of a nuclear installation, the Ministry of trade and industry must request an opinion from the location of a nuclear installation.
Radiation Protection Centre shall request the opinion of the article sisäasiainmninisteriöltä, paragraph 35 and 36 of the reports referred to in paragraph 6.
Radiation Protection Centre shall be accompanied by a nuclear installation licences 56 to the nuclear energy Act on the opinions section of the opinion of the Advisory Board referred to in paragraph 2.


37 (a) of section (so far as concerns/473) Before taking a decision on construction of the authorization of the Ministry of trade and industry is to ensure that the nuclear plant project is derived from chapter IV of the Euratom Treaty for the opinion of the Commission of the European communities and of the fact that the applicant has complied with the Euratom Treaty, the provisions laid down in chapter IV, and under it.


38 section construction and operating licence decision shall be expressed in at least the following: 1) luvansaaja;
2) place, where the action is;
the nature of the activities carried out on the 3) and extent of the services;
4) the period of validity of the authorisation; the conditions of the permit are considered necessary, as well as 5) such as security and contingency arrangements, civil liability for nuclear damage, the Finnish International, the fulfilment of their contractual obligations to the protection of the environment, as well as the conditions for nuclear waste management.
In particular, it is to be expressed in the structure of the construction permit and license in addition to those activities carried out on the use and features of the structure of the nuclear installation, use or there is carried out on the site.
Exploitation shall include, what kind of and how large quantities of nuclear substances, necessary for the operation of a nuclear installation, nuclear waste, nuclear energy under section 2 of the Act referred to in paragraph 4, the materials, equipment or hardware may be in possession of a nuclear plant, manufactured, produced, handled, used or stored at the nuclear plant on the basis of a licence without a permit issued in accordance with Chapter 6 of this regulation.


39 section (31.10.2013/755) for the construction of nuclear plants and the use of the authorisation shall inform the radiation protection agency, Ministry of Interior, Ministry of the environment, the Ministry of Social Affairs and health, relevant government agencies and industry, transport and the environment centres, as well as the location of a nuclear installation.
The regional administration office shall be responsible for receiving the notification is in the territory of the granting of authorisation to continue to inform the other municipalities, as well as to the relevant water-Committee on the environment, public health, construction, health and safety, rescue and police authorities.


40 section when applying for a change in the construction or operation of a nuclear installation licence must, where applicable, comply with the same rules as new when applying for the authorization.
Chapter 6 the physical protection of nuclear material, nuclear waste, as well as article 2 of the law on nuclear energy of the substances referred to in paragraph 4, and article 41 of the permits (31.10.2013/755), section 41 is repealed by A 31.10.2013/755.



section 42 of the code, the application for the authorisation of action shall specify at least: 1 the name of the applicant for, or the activities, and the use of) the name and place of residence;
2 the activity for which the permit is sought;)
3) the place where the activity is to be provided;
the extent of the intended action, 4);
5) the timetable of work, in particular the form of action, designed to be the starting point as well as the time of operation;
in the possession of the applicant, any other 6) on the physical protection of nuclear material and quality; as well as 7) the applicant in accordance with the nuclear energy Act permits as well as different activities approved responsible managers.


43 section (so far as concerns/473), the nuclear energy act in accordance with the first subparagraph of article 16 of the application for a permit shall be accompanied by a birth certificate or a statement of the applicant in the commercial register or equivalent and the nationality of the applicant and, if it is not, because of the nature of the proposed action, seemingly unnecessary: (31.10.2013/755) 1) article 36 shall those referred to similar surveys;
2) clearing and settlement planning and organization;
3 on the right of the applicant to use the activities required) with a report on the place of business or organisational areas;
4) clearing and settlement and the settlement and other activities and town planning arrangements;
the environmental impact of the activities shall be borne by the 5) and an explanation of the design criteria which the applicant intends to comply with in order to avoid environmental damage and to restrict the burden on the environment;
6 the applicant's plans and available) with a report on the methods of nuclear waste, including nuclear waste for final disposal, as well as an explanation of the timetable of nuclear waste management and the estimated costs of the works;
7) the explanation of what the facilities available and the quantities of nuclear material and nuclear waste is planned to be by way of business; (31.10.2013/755) 7 (a)), in accordance with the law on environmental impact assessment procedure for the assessment report and the opinion of the evaluation of the contact authority report in accordance with the law, the procedure for the evaluation; (31.10.2013/755) 8) other authority necessary to act, the amount of the settlement. (31.10.2013/755), section 44 of the radiation Security Center must obtain a permit from the Ministry of the environment, the action on the application for an opinion, and the nuclear energy Act, section 56 of the Act referred to in the consultation, unless it is manifestly unnecessary.


the content of the decision concerning article 45 Action is, mutatis mutandis, in effect, what is laid down in article 38.
The granting of an authorisation shall inform the Agency and the person concerned, at least, the regional government for the municipality, where the action takes place in the referred to in the authorisation. (31.10.2013/755) section 2 of the nuclear energy Act 46 section 1 of the substances referred to in paragraph 5, the possession of technical equipment or installations of an application for a permit shall specify at least: (31.10.2013/755) 1) name of the applicant or the activities, and the use of the name and place of residence;
2), where the possession of materials, equipment or hardware related, 3) whether permission or from another person in the manufacture of the holding, equipment or installations to be received;
4) of substances, the nature and quantity of the equipment or installations, as well as the origin of;
5) from whom and when materials, equipment or equipment is to be received, or the manufacturing schedule;

6) a place where materials, equipment or hardware is designed to primarily be kept and used or manufactured; as well as 7) the applicant in accordance with the nuclear energy Act.
The application must be accompanied by a birth certificate or a statement of the applicant in the commercial register or equivalent or the nationality of the applicant. (so far as concerns/473) section 2 of the nuclear energy Act article 47, paragraph 1, sub-paragraph 5, of equipment or installations referred to the holding of authorisation decision shall specify at least: (31.10.2013/755)) luvansaaja;
2) what and how large amounts of materials, equipment or apparatus covered by this licence;
3) the period of validity of the authorisation; as well as the conditions of the permit are considered 4).


Article 48 on the physical protection of nuclear material, nuclear waste or nuclear energy under section 2 of the Act referred to in paragraph 5, in the supply of materials, equipment or installations or as the extension of an application for a permit shall specify at least: (31.10.2013/755) 1) name of the applicant or the activities, and the name and place of residence: 2) it the licence or the construction of the nuclear facility or the licence or the licence referred to in section 46, which allows the applicant to keep the luovutettavaa material, waste, devices or equipment;
3 the name of the recipient or of the activities, and the use of) the name and place of residence;
4) what and how large amounts of materials, waste, devices or equipment for the application of the country of origin subject to restrictions, as well as what kind of substance or waste;
5) where and what materials, waste, devices or equipment to be used in the context of a transfer to move; as well as 6) designed to date.
The application must be accompanied by section 24 of the applicant referred to in paragraphs 1 and 2, as well as on the willingness of the recipient to: 1) a statement of the transfer and, if the recipient of the nuclear energy Act requires the authorisation referred to in paragraph 2, the aid granted under paragraph 1, or such an application;
2) in the case of applications involving the transfer of nuclear waste, and an explanation of how the transfer is related to the applicant authority to provide the last, article 74 of the nuclear waste management as referred to in the plan; as well as the rest of the authority necessary to Act 3).


49 section on the physical protection of nuclear material, nuclear waste or nuclear energy under section 2 of the Act referred to in paragraph 5, in the release of substances, equipment or installations or as the extension of the decision on the authorisation shall specify at least: (31.10.2013/755)) luvansaaja;
2) permit authorized disposal entry;
3) the period of validity of the authorisation; as well as the conditions of the permit are considered 4).
Chapter 7 (27 November 2008/732) (27 November 2008/732) Chapter 7 is repealed A. 27 November 2008/732 7 (a) in the figure (so far as concerns/473) section 53 of the import permits (27 November 2008/732) article 53 is revoked A 27 November 2008/732.


Article 53 (a) (27 November 2008/732) radiation, on application, grant the authorization referred to in the Annex A of the nuclear materials, other materials, equipment, installations and the country of origin is the subject of the data, as well as the restriction of uranium or thorium containing ore imports.


Article 53 (b) (27 November 2008/732) The authorisation referred to in article 53 (a), the application shall be accompanied by an official certificate or a statement of the applicant in the commercial register or equivalent and the nationality of the applicant, as well as the following information: 1) to the imported nuclear materials, other materials, equipment, facilities, data sets, or ore quantity and quality, as well as the country of origin of any restriction or control of the undertaking;
2) of nuclear materials, other materials, equipment, facilities, data sets, or the intended purpose of the ore;
3) country;
4 the time and the information on the package) your identification;
5) method of shipment; as well as 6) other necessary by the radiation and nuclear safety agency in a statement.


section 53 (c) (27 November 2008/732) section 53 (c) has been revoked A 27 November 2008/732.


Article 53 (d) (so far as concerns/473) Authorization decision shall be expressed in at least the following: 1) luvansaaja and imported nuclear materials, other materials, devices, equipment, material, or ore quality and quantity; (27 November 2008/732) 2) method of delivery and the date and time of the period of validity of the permit: 3); as well as 4) other necessary conditions of the permit.
If the authorization referred to in subparagraph (1) applies to the production of nuclear energy, the necessary supply of ores, source materials or special fissile materials, the supply of imports shall comply with Chapter VI of the Euratom Treaty and the provisions adopted pursuant to it. (27 November 2008/732), 7 (b) in the figure (so far as concerns/473) licences and permits transfers via the territory of Finland, section 54 (27 November 2008/732) article 54 is repealed A 27 November 2008/732.


Article 54 (a) (27 November 2008/732) Permission for the export of ore containing uranium or thorium shall, on application, grant the Radiation Security Center.


Article 54 (b) (27 November 2008/732) The authorisation referred to in article 54 (a), the application shall be accompanied by an official certificate or a statement of the applicant in the commercial register or equivalent and the nationality of the applicant, as well as the following information: 1) to the invitation to tender for the quantity, nature and country of origin of the ore;
2) the country of destination and the recipient;
3) ore intended use;
4 the date and details of the package) export your identification; as well as 5) other necessary Act, the radiation and nuclear safety agency in a statement.


Article 54 (c) (27 November 2008/732), 54 (c) of section is revoked A 27 November 2008/732.


Article 54 (d) (27 November 2008/732) Authorization decision shall be expressed in at least the following: 1) luvansaaja and from the nature and quantity of the exported ore;
2) receiver and the country of destination;
3) the period of validity of the authorisation; as well as 4) other necessary conditions of the permit.


54 (e) of section (27 November 2008/732), 54 (e) of section is revoked A 27 November 2008/732.


Article 54 (f) (27 November 2008/732) If Finland to import uranium or thorium-containing ore is intended for export to a third country through the territory of Finland, the authorisation shall be granted for imports at the same time as the export authorisation.
the content of the application for a permit referred to in paragraph 1, the application procedure and the content of the permit shall apply, mutatis mutandis, article 53 (b), (d) of the first subparagraph of article 53, 54 (a), 54 (b) and (d) the provisions of section 54.
7 (c) read (so far as concerns/473) of nuclear waste import and export under section 55 (27 November 2008/732) authorization for the import and export of nuclear waste, on application, grant the Radiation Security Center.


Article 55 (a) (27 November 2008/732) section 55 (a) has been revoked A 27 November 2008/732.


Article 55 (b) (27 November 2008/732) Before taking a decision on the issuance of an import permit as the radiation Security Center to ensure that the import of nuclear waste meets the conditions of article 7 (a) and in article 21 of the law on nuclear energy of radioactive waste and nuclear spent fuel in the framework of Council directive on the supervision and control of shipments (2006/117/Euratom).
Before taking a decision on the export of nuclear waste material, permission from the Radiation Security Center to ensure that the export of nuclear waste meets the conditions referred to in subparagraph (1) of the directive.


section 55 c (so far as concerns/473) of the import and export of nuclear waste, the authorisation may be granted for a maximum period of three years at a time.


section 55 (d) (27 November 2008/732) import and export permit application must be accompanied by sections 55 (b) of the Council directive referred to in subparagraph (1) 6, 13, 14 and 15 the information required in the application for authorization, in accordance with article and additional documents. If the transfer of nuclear waste falls within the scope of application of the said directive, shall use the standard document provided for in article 17 of the directive.
Import an application for a permit shall also be an explanation of how nuclear waste related to the nuclear energy act in accordance with the third paragraph of article 9 of the duty of care will be to fill.
An application for an export authorisation is in addition to the indication of the fact that it is a 7 (b) (1), (3) or section 4 of the cases referred to in paragraph.


section 55 (e) (27 November 2008/732) import and export authorization, the decision shall be expressed in at least 55 (b) of article 10 of the Council directive referred to in subparagraph (1), in accordance with articles 13, 14 and 15 the information required in the authorization and the conditions of the transfer. If the transfer of nuclear waste falls within the scope of the said directive, an authorisation in accordance with article 17 of the directive, the decision is to be used in a standard document.
In addition, the import authorisation decision shall include an explanation of how nuclear waste related to the nuclear energy act in accordance with the third paragraph of article 9 of the duty of care will be to fill.
Chapter 8, section 56 of the transport permits a permit for the carriage of nuclear materials and nuclear waste in Finland or through Finnish territory granted to radiation. (so far as concerns/473) is repealed so far as concerns the A/473.



section 57 of the code, the application for authorisation shall include at least: 1) the applicant's name or the name of the domain to be used and activities;
2) the nature and quantity of the transported substances; as well as 3) where and when the transport is planned.


section 58 application must be accompanied by a birth certificate or a statement of the applicant in the commercial register or the nationality of the applicant, as well as the corresponding and: 1 the applicant's expertise in the application) with a report on the carriage of the substances referred to in;
2) explanation of the mode of transport;
3 a broad draft statement the security and preparedness);
4.) a statement on the organisation of liability for nuclear damage; as well as the rest of the authority necessary to Act 5).
(so far as concerns/473) is repealed so far as concerns the A/473.



59 section (so far as concerns/473), which transported to another Member State of the European Union nuclear material, the use of which to be based on the characteristics of the physical protection of nuclear material, the radiation has to be done on the transfers of radioactive substances between Member States provided for in Council Regulation (Euratom) no 1074/1999 preliminary checks provided for in Regulation (EC) No 1493/93 and ex-post declarations.


Article 60 of the Permit decision is expressed in terms of, at least: 1) luvansaaja;
2) the nature and quantity of the transported substances;

3) where the transport can be obtained;
4) the period of validity of the authorisation; the conditions of the permit are considered necessary, as well as 5).
Chapter 9 Permits mining and processing activities in mining or ore 61 § Promises enrichment activities, the purpose of which is the production of uranium or thorium, sought the Council of State an application, which shall be at least: 1) the name of the applicant and activities, and the use of the name and place of residence;
2) mine or enrichment plant location;
3) quality and scope of the operations;
4) activity designed for them; as well as 5) estimated operating time under section 62 shall be attached to the application under section 24 (1) and (2) or (2) of the above-mentioned reports, as well as on the applicant: (so far as concerns/473) 1) for the right to use the country and a copy of the applicant of the Mining Act (619/2011) exploration permit; (31.10.2013/755) 2) with a report on the region's geology, as well as the uranium or thorium ore quantity and concentration;
3) a statement of the location of the mine or enrichment plant planned to be carried to the Office of the nearby settlement and other activities and town and country planning;
4) a statement of the planned mining or enrichment methods;
5 an outline of the report on the arrangements, as well as in the field of radiation protection) of the technical solutions and other arrangements, to ensure the safety of the mine and processing plant;
6) with a report on the environmental impact of the mine or the enrichment plant and an explanation of the design criteria which the applicant intends to comply with in order to avoid environmental damage and to restrict the burden on the environment;
7) statement of the applicant's financial capacities and the project's commercial viability;
8 an outline of the report of the mine or the enrichment plant), title and interest in and to the management;
9) a statement of the quantity of ore, processed and stored, the physical protection of nuclear material and nuclear waste in the quality and quantity; (27 November 2008/732) 10) clearing and settlement caused by the ore, nuclear material and nuclear waste transport arrangements required; (27 November 2008/732) 11) with a report on the applicant's plans and available methods for arranging nuclear waste management, including the use of the mine or the enrichment plant removal or disassembly and disposal of nuclear waste, as well as an explanation of the timetable of nuclear waste management and the costs, as well as in accordance with Chapter 7 of the nuclear energy Act precautionary;
12 the applicant available) with a report on the radiation protection and other expertise and use of the mine or the enrichment plant of the organisation; as well as the rest of the authority necessary to act, 13).


62 (a) in the section (31.10.2013/755), the applicant shall provide the radiation and nuclear safety agency at the same time, when the authorisation referred to in article 61 is applied for the Council of State: 1) to the turvallisuusseloste, which is included in the statement of the security principles to be followed in the operation, a description of the planned mine or ore enrichment plant as well as detailed reports on the operation of the procedures to be followed for the calculation of the radiation protection arrangements for the operation of the environmental impact of the waste, as well as activities;
2) mine or ore enrichment environmental radiation monitoring programme;
3) plan security arrangements;
in order to prevent the spread of nuclear weapons, 4) plan the necessary control of the Organization;
5) other radiation survey required in order to verify that the activities be carried out under the conditions laid down in the nuclear energy Act and its requirements for the filling.


63 section in addition to the law, the Ministry of employment and the economy shall request the opinion of the Government of the province, at least from the application of the provincial association and the Regional Directorate for the Environment Agency, which is the location of the planned mine or enrichment plant or the neighbouring municipality, the Ministry of Social Affairs and health, the Security Technology Center, as well as the location of the mine or the enrichment plant and a neighbor. (27 November 2008/732)
Radiation Protection Centre shall be accompanied by its opinion to the nuclear energy Act, section 56 of the opinion of the Advisory Board referred to in paragraph 2.


63 (a) section (so far as concerns/473) Before the operation of the mining or enrichment of the decision of the Ministry of trade and industry is to ensure that the investment project is derived from chapter IV of the Euratom Treaty for the opinion of the Commission of the European communities and of the fact that the applicant has complied with the Euratom Treaty, the provisions laid down in chapter IV, and under it.


Article 64 of the law on nuclear energy of the General hearing referred to in section 13 shall apply, mutatis mutandis, article 28 and 29.


section 65 of the mining or enrichment activities on the permit shall be valid for the above article 38 and 39.
Chapter 10 vehicle section of the nuclear installation of the Council of State when applying for the authorization of permits 66 vehicle to be used for the construction of a nuclear installation or a vehicle or the use of nuclear power as a source of the institution Chapter 5 shall apply mutatis mutandis is provided for the construction and operation of a nuclear installation licence.
If the nuclear energy Act, section 22, of the nuclear facility referred to in subparagraph (1) to be exported or imported, shall apply mutatis mutandis in Chapter 7 (a) and 7 (b). (so far as concerns/473) section 67 from the Ministry of trade and industry, when applying for permission for temporary use at a nuclear installation in the vehicle in Finnish territory is the application to be accompanied by section 24 of the applicant referred to in paragraphs 1 and 2, as well as on: 1) a statement of the purpose of the means of transport, as well as the maassaoloajasta and the purpose of the route plan;
2) with a report on the security and contingency arrangements for the maassaoloaikana;
3) an explanation of how the holder of a nuclear installation in the event of nuclear damage liability;
4) an explanation of how the supervisory authority access to transport is organized;
5 the applicant's available expertise) and the organisation of the use of the means of transport;
6. an outline of the technical operating a nuclear installation) a description of the principles, as well as technical solutions and other arrangements, to ensure the safety of a nuclear installation; as well as the rest of the authority necessary to act, 7).
If the applicant is a foreign entity or authority, irrespective of their nationality, as well as the applicant, the application shall be accompanied by a statement on section 24 of the reports referred to in paragraph 2, in a statement.
If the applicant is a foreign State authority, it is for the applicant under paragraph 1 shall be provided by the reports referred to in paragraph 4 to 6 instead of on the basis of the information on which the supervisory authority may find that use of the means of transport in the territory of Finland is secure with best rates guaranteed.


68 section Ministry of employment and the economy shall request the vehicle at a nuclear installation in the territory of Finland on the application for the temporary use of the opinion, at least from the Ministry of defence, sisäasiainministeriöltä, ulkoasiainministeriöltä, shipping agency and the Radiation Safety Centre. (27 November 2008/732)
Radiation Protection Centre shall be accompanied by its opinion to the nuclear energy Act, section 56 of the opinion of the Advisory Board referred to in paragraph 2.


Article 69 the licensing decision, which applies to the vehicle of temporary use of a nuclear installation in the Finnish Lake District, is expressed in terms of, at least: 1) luvansaaja;
2) transport route plan and a timetable;
3) intended use of the means of transport;
4) the period of validity of the authorisation;
5 the conditions of the permit are considered necessary as security) and standby arrangements, civil liability, as well as the conditions for the fulfilment of their contractual obligations to the Finnish International; as well as 6) radiation control and monitoring rights.


70 section (31.10.2013/755) vehicle at a nuclear installation in the temporary use of the territory of the granting of the authorization of the Finnish Ministry of employment and the economy shall be notified to the Ministry of defence, Ministry of Interior, Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Ministry of the environment, Transport turvallisuusvirastolle, the radiation and nuclear safety agency, as well as for economic development, transport and the Environment Agency, the territory of which the transport route is located.
Chapter 11 data and agreements section when applying for authorisations for 71 radiation Center permission referred to in this regulation on the holding or disposal of your material or the Ministry of trade and industry for permission for the conclusion of a contract governed by private law and is in the application, specify at least: 1) the applicant's name or the name of the domain to be used and activities; as well as 2) the activity for which the permit is sought.
(27 May 2004/430)
The agreement referred to in subparagraph (1) above may be done prior to applying, if accompanied by the entry into force of the Treaty requires the permission of the Ministry of trade and industry.


Article 72 the application shall be accompanied by an official certificate and a statement of the applicant in the commercial register or equivalent and the nationality of the applicant. (so far as concerns/473)
The possession or transfer of your material, the application shall also be accompanied by: 1) with a report on the data from the donor or recipient; as well as the rest of the authority necessary to act 2).
The agreement, the application shall also be accompanied by: 1 referred to in subparagraph (1)) the second amount;
2) a statement of the country where the contract is to be carried out;
3 concerning the project as a whole), and on the manner in which the applicant intends to participate in the implementation of the project, as well as to other possible promoters. as well as the rest of the authority necessary to Act 4).

If the application refers to article 71 of the agreement referred to in paragraph 2, the claim shall be accompanied by a certified copy of the agreement. Under paragraph 3, the reports referred to in paragraphs 1 to 3 shall be accompanied by the application only in so far as they do not appear in the agreement. If an authorisation has been granted prior to the conclusion of the contract, a contract shall provide a copy of the Ministry of trade and industry immediately after it is made.


section 73 Decision to permit possession or disposal of your material is granted, shall be on at least the following: 1) of the data relating to limitation of reproduction of the licence;
2) provisions relating to the confidentiality; as well as 3) other conditions of the permit are considered necessary.
The decision, which will take part in the adoption and implementation of the agreement is granted, shall be on at least the following: 1) States that in a private law agreement is implemented;
2) conditions for the conclusion of the contract; as well as 3) other conditions of the permit are considered necessary.
Chapter 12 of the nuclear waste management 74 § § 28 of the nuclear energy act in order to achieve the aim set out in jätehuoltovelvollisen shall be submitted every three years by the end of September, the authority referred to in the said article nuclear waste management measures the following surveys: (27 November 2008/732) 1) an explanation of how the jätehuoltovelvollinen is planned to implement the waste management measures and their preparation; the report shall contain at least the following elements: (a) a comprehensive plan to deal with the nuclear waste, with appropriate) the time-table and specifications including the necessary preparations and research measures, as well as the necessary administrative arrangements for the disposal of the obligation and other tasks assigned to it;
(b)) an estimate of the research, development and planning of the work of the current status, as well as a detailed plan of the measures intended to be taken over the next three years; and (c)) to be carried out by a broad draft plan over the next six years, the measures envisaged;
(27 November 2008/732) 2) with a report on the jätehuoltovelvollisen to do with the contracts for the organisation of the nuclear waste management or other arrangements; as well as the rest of the authority necessary to Act 3).
Under paragraph 1 above, the plan for the matters referred to in paragraph 1 to article 28 of the nuclear energy act in the said authority to require the task at any other time, when the purpose of the subject. If substantial changes occur in the nuclear waste management, it is jätehuoltovelvollisen to report them promptly to the authority referred to above.


75 section When nuclear waste management involves the use of a nuclear installation or mining or enrichment operations, will be in accordance with section 74 of the jätehuoltovelvollisen nuclear waste management plan to be: 1) or a winding-up of the method and timetable;
2) or the cessation of the final disposal of nuclear waste storage before and final disposition; as well as the rest of the authority necessary to Act 3).


76 section (27 November 2008/732) when deciding on the principles on which the decision is based on the obligation of disposal, is based on the fact that, in the context of the use of nuclear energy in Finland or resulting from nuclear waste is handled, stored and placed in a permanent fixture in the nuclear energy act in Finland, within the meaning of article 6 (a) subject to paragraph 2. In these exceptional cases, the condition of the Finnish nuclear waste excluded from the acceptance of the transfer of the administration of Justice is that a binding agreement and the agreement on the transfer has been made can be considered as a viable means for the nuclear waste management, taking into account the implementation of the schedule as well as other conditions. The decision shall specify, when waste management measures are to be carried out at the latest.


In addition, section 77 Jätehuoltovelvollisen per calendar year, to the end of March at the latest, in section 28 of the nuclear energy Act to the authority referred to in the statement of the measures that jätehuoltovelvollinen has completed.


section 78 of the Ministry of trade and industry must request in accordance with article 74 and 75, and the opinion of the radiation Studies Centre.


Article 79 (27 November 2008/732) When it does not require nuclear waste management control, in section 28 of the nuclear energy act in the said authority may exempt the jätehuoltovelvollisen from communicating to the above article 74 and 77 reports referred to in sections.


section 80 Before nuclear energy referred to in article 29 of the law, the adoption of the order of the Ministry of trade and industry must request an opinion on the impact of mandatory radiation safety Centre jätehuoltoyhteistyön the safety of nuclear waste management.
Before the adoption of the order referred to in subparagraph (1) of the Ministry of trade and industry must be consulted, unless the provision of the order based on the jätehuoltoyhteistyön of these parties to the application.
The decision of the Ministry of trade and industry, which provides for measures to deal with waste management jätehuoltovelvolliset jointly, shall provide at least the following: 1) what nuclear waste and waste management measures covers and how it will be arranged.
2 the costs of nuclear waste management Division) jätehuoltovelvollisten; as well as of the end of the joint nuclear waste management 3).


the transfer of the obligation under section 81 an application for disposal of nuclear energy as referred to in article 30, shall be referred to the Ministry of trade and industry, in the same context as the application, which is the core of the plant, the production of uranium or thorium mine or enrichment plant or other nuclear waste disposal.
The application must be made jointly by the transferor and the transferee.


82 section when applying for authorisations referred to in article 81 jätehuoltovelvollisen must be accompanied by a report on how to comply with the provision for Chapter 7 of the nuclear energy Act is the transferee of the obligation in respect of disposal for daylight saving, as well as the plans to the transferee in respect of the transferred waste waste management according to the law of the non-nuclear energy and elsewhere in this regulation.
The 81 applications referred to in paragraph 1 of the article need to be resolved at the same time.


section 30 of the nuclear energy Act 83 section: the entry into force of the decision referred to in condition must be that the cost of dealing with nuclear waste is within the meaning of Chapter 7 of the nuclear energy Act.


84 section Jätehuoltovelvollisen must be applied for under section 32 of the nuclear energy act in accordance with the provision of the end of duty after the measures mentioned in the said article has been carried out.
When the Ministry of employment and the economy of the obligation of disposal, radiation protection centre is of the request referred to in subparagraph (1) shall, at the request of the certificate for final disposal or decommissioning of a nuclear installation. (27 November 2008/732)
An application may be made in the same context as the application for the transfer of the obligation of disposal.


85 section radiation protection centre shall inform the nuclear waste final disposal location as well as the nuclear energy Act, section 63, subsection 1 of the measure referred to in paragraph 6, the ban put on the land register, the land registry or the plot of the book.
Chapter 13 the cost of dealing with waste management the basis must be article Jätehuoltovelvollisen 86 precautionary special waste disposal and waste management based on cost calculations. Jätehuoltovelvollisen will make a proposal on waste management, and the fact-based.


section 87 of the waste in a chart for the purpose of calculating the amount of liability is to be presented and sufficiently describe all measures necessary for the management of waste. The chart described in the plans must be amended and corrected, as technological or other developments.


88 § Jätehuoltovelvollisen shall be waste management chart for the approval of the Ministry of trade and industry for the first time, in good time before the start of the operation, and no later than nuclear waste-producing activities in the context of an application for authorisation.
Jätehuoltovelvollisen is later supplemented by an approved waste management and related calculations every three years, the nuclear energy Act, section 43 of the Act in order to strengthen the management of the quantities referred to in the responsibility and objectives. Jätehuoltovelvollisen shall be submitted to the Ministry of employment and the economy by the end of June, corrected and supplemented waste management and nuclear waste management measures of cost and price data, data on the quantities of nuclear waste disposal obligations and the measures necessary for the nuclear waste management as well as the calculation of the total cost of nuclear waste management, drawn up on the basis of the above mentioned times. (27 November 2008/732)
In addition to the statements provided for in article Jätehuoltovelvollisen shall be submitted to the Ministry of employment and the economy for the current calendar year, and the final reports referred to above, the additional information every three years by the end of November. (27 November 2008/732) section 89 (27 November 2008/732)


The above section 88 (2) of the nuclear waste management measures of cost and price information, as well as the costs of nuclear waste management in the future, the calculation is to determine their accuracy and reliability. The implementation of the evaluation will take care of the Ministry of employment and the economy, which must be carried out to assess the evaluation of the Department of perehtyneellä research teknistaloudellisten calculations, or the like.


under section 86 of 90 Before the waste referred to in the approval of a chart of the Ministry of trade and industry must request an opinion of radiation safety Centre waste management aspects of the safety of the measures set out in the chart.
Before the nuclear energy Act, section 43 of the determination of the amount of the liability referred to in paragraph 2, the Ministry of trade and industry must request confirmation of the radiation safety Centre, 88 of the duty referred to in article on the quantities of nuclear waste and nuclear waste management measures to be taken.


91 section Jätehuoltovelvollisen shall submit its proposals to the Ministry of trade and industry to the nuclear energy Act, under section 45 for the Council of State to serve as collateral, as well as apply to the nuclear energy Act, section 45 (1) of the adoption of the collateral in accordance with subsection (3) by the end of March.


92 section When the nuclear energy act under section 45 (3) of the real estate mortgage, as security is presented in accordance with the application for approval shall be accompanied by the following declarations: 1) a statement of the right of ownership of the property;
the settlement of the debts and fees 2), in which the property is to be answered, including the unpaid purchase price of lien;
3) an extract from the real estate or in country table or plot of the book;
4) map, which shows the location of the property and buildings;
5 the purpose and use of the property) with a report on the area of the town and country planning;
an estimate of the likely transfer of real estate 6) reliable price;
7) the owner of the property received a written pledge of commitment; as well as 8) other specifically require an explanation.


93 section When the nuclear energy act under section 45 (3) a guarantee given by the omavelkaista of the Finnish community, is presented in accordance with the guarantee, the application shall be accompanied by the adoption of the reports relating to the guarantor: 1) in the commercial register or other register;
2 a copy of the articles of association or rules);
3) shareholders or other explanation of the community ownership;
4) the community's financial statements for the last five years;
5) the consent of the community received a written guarantee; as well as 6) other specifically require an explanation.


94 section 45 to the nuclear energy Act 3 section 1 of the guarantee cannot be accepted within the real estate mortgage, which is fixed at a nuclear installation in real estate.
The amounts secured by way of the creation of a mortgage shall not exceed the price of the three neljättäosaa of the likely transfer of the property.


95 by the end of June, the section Jätehuoltovelvollisen is handed over to the nuclear energy act in the securities referred to in article 45 to the Treasury.


section 96 of the Ministry of trade and industry has annually reviewed the nuclear energy act in the securities referred to in article 45 and be assessed on the value of the collateral, whether or not deemed to be sufficient, and, if necessary, that I should go to the State Council for a ruling.
If the security can no longer be considered sufficient, the Ministry of trade and industry has the right to demand additional collateral or a new security and set a time limit within which such security shall be provided.


under section 97, the Ministry of trade and industry has the right to decide on the order in which section 45 of the law on nuclear energy referred to in collateral to be converted into cash.
If the collateral is returned to the jätehuoltovelvolliselle, the Ministry of trade and industry has the right to appoint, after consultation with jätehuoltovelvollista, in what order, and what collateral at any given time will be returned.


Article 98 (26.11.1999/1069), the provisions of Chapter 7 of the nuclear energy Act shall not apply to jätehuoltovelvolliseen, as a result of or arising from the operation of the nuclear waste in the future, the amount of expenditure incurred by the nuclear waste management, the Ministry of trade and industry expects a maximum of EUR 40 000.
Chapter 14 in the State nuclear waste management fund under section 99 (20 December 1996/1224) section 99 is repealed A 20 December 1996/1224.


100 section (25.11.1999/1104), section 100 has been revoked A 26.11.1999/1069.


101 section 52 of the nuclear energy Act referred to in subsection 1 shall decide to grant a loan to the State nuclear waste management fund.
If the jätehuoltovelvollinen or the shareholder has failed to pay to the State nuclear waste management fund for the maturity of the loan or the loan interest rate, not the jätehuoltovelvolliselle or to the shareholders shall be granted a loan in the State nuclear waste management fund until it has paid the overdue loan or interest on the loan.


102 section before the State nuclear waste management fund transfer to the nuclear energy Act, in accordance with article 52 (2) resources to the state store or borrow funds from the State, in accordance with paragraph 3 of that article, they shall be separated from the administration of the Fund. (20 December 1996/1224)
When the State nuclear waste management Fund receives funds which are available for loan from 1 of the jätehuoltovelvolliselle or jätehuoltovelvollisen to the shareholders, the Fund is being forced to borrow from them as soon as possible.


section 103 At the State nuclear waste management fund to transfer funds to the State inventory, is an agreement on the transfer of the funds to be taken, according to which the State income and expenditure for the financial year in the amount of money the State can take to transfer the funds back to the Fund have entered storage before the expiry of the agreed limit, if it is necessary to fund the tasks provided for in Chapter 7 of the nuclear energy Act.


section 104 of the Ministry of trade and industry shall draw up each year an estimate of the State nuclear waste management fund and the objectives of the jätehuoltovelvollisten responsibility for the Fund for the next six years.


105 section in the State nuclear waste management fund shall ensure that the nuclear energy Act, section 52 of the value of the collateral securing the security referred to in subparagraph (1) is deemed to be sufficient.
If the security can no longer be considered sufficient, the State nuclear waste management fund shall have the right to demand additional collateral or a new security and set a time limit within which such security shall be provided.


Section 106 of the State nuclear waste management fund has the right to decide on the order in which section 52 to the nuclear energy Act: security guarantees referred to in paragraph 1, be converted into cash.
If the collateral is returned to the jätehuoltovelvolliselle or jätehuoltovelvollisen to the shareholders, the Fund has the right to appoint, after consultation with the debtor, in what order, and what collateral at any given time will be returned.


107 section 45 of the nuclear energy Act and section 52 of the securities referred to in subparagraph (1) are kept in the Office of the State. The State Treasury must ensure the validity of the guarantees.
Chapter 15 section Control the different stages of the construction of a nuclear installation 108 may start only when the radiation is found in the documents referred to in section 35, as well as other edellyttämiensä on the basis of the detailed plans and documents for each phase, that the factors affecting the safety and security provisions have been taken sufficiently into account.


109 section (26.11.1999/1069) following the granting of authorisation to construct radiation monitors the implementation of the project in detail in the body. The purpose of surveillance is to make sure that the conditions of authorisation to construct and approved plans referred to in article 35 is complied with and that the core of the body is done otherwise in accordance with the provisions adopted on the basis of the nuclear energy Act.


section 110 (27 November 2008/732) the different stages of the introduction of the Nuclear plant to be started only when the radiation is found in the documents referred to in article 36, as well as other edellyttämiensä on the basis of detailed plans and documents for each phase, that the factors affecting the safety and security provisions have been taken sufficiently into account. Similar requirements apply to the introduction of the nuclear installation again of particularly significant to the Department after the change.


110 (a) in the section (31.10.2013/755) of nuclear fuel for the nuclear power plant under construction is allowed only when the Radiation Security Center has stated that the transport and storage of fuel is safe.


section 111 radiation monitors the use of a nuclear installation in order to ensure that the plant is safe and that its compliance with the licensing conditions and the approved plans in place and that the use of the nuclear energy Act and in accordance with the provisions adopted pursuant to it. Control access to the nuclear installation is also the core of the plant systems, structures and equipment maintenance, repairs, inspections and testing.


section 112 (27 November 2008/732) If the holder of the authorization wishes to make any changes that affect the security of the nuclear facility systems, structures, the use of nuclear fuel or establishment in which mark the changes approved by the radiation and nuclear safety agency plans and documents, the holder of the authorization shall be given for such changes in the Radiation Security Center approval prior to the Commission of such acts. Radiation Protection Centre shall accordingly be adopted also for the decommissioning of a nuclear installation. The authorisation-holder shall ensure that the 35 and the documents referred to in article 36 shall be amended accordingly.


112 (a) section (31.10.2013/755)


If the holder of the authorization wishes to make any changes that affect the security of mining and ore enrichment activities, which represent changes to the documents adopted by the radiation safety Centre, the holder of the authorization shall be given for such changes in the Radiation Safety Centre approval before they are made. Radiation Protection Centre shall accordingly adopt a mine or ore enrichment for the decommissioning of the related measures affecting the säteilyturvallisuuteen. The authorisation-holder shall ensure that the 62 (a) the documents referred to in section will be changed accordingly.


113 section (so far as concerns/473) of significant nuclear safety of a nuclear installation are non-destructive material testing of structures and equipment may only be carried out by a test facility approved by the radiation and nuclear safety agency. (31.10.2013/755)
The holder of the authorization must be applied for in writing referred to in subsection 1, the adoption of a test facility inspection or the tester's role.


113 (a) section (31.10.2013/755) in terms of nuclear safety and radiation protection centre shall define the less significant nuclear equipment and structures of the checks to be made by the holder of the authorization can establish omatarkastuslaitoksen.
Other than those referred to in subparagraph (1) inspections of equipment and structures of a nuclear installation, the holder of the authorisation shall be requested from the radiation safety Centre, or auktorisoidulta.
Signed by an authorised inspection body, the scope of the audit and the audit determines the radiation in the approval decision.


113 (b) of section (31.10.2013/755) for the major nuclear safety of a nuclear installation shall undergo such periodic examinations as non-destructive testing of structures and equipment to do just pätevöintielimen, approved by the radiation and nuclear safety agency pätevöimillä testing systems.
Radiation in terms of nuclear safety, referred to in subparagraph (1) above, defines the major structures and equipment, as well as their test systems.
The holder of the authorization must be applied for in writing to the adoption of the pätevöintielimen function.


section 114 radiation monitors, that nuclear fuel must be designed, manufactured and stored, as well as that it will be processed and used in accordance with the provisions laid down. Nuclear fuel shall not be placed in the reactor only when the radiation Security Center has approved the introduction of the substance.


section 115 radiation protection centre shall ensure that the transport of nuclear materials and nuclear waste are complied with by virtue of the provisions of the nuclear energy Act, as well as other provisions relating to the transport of radioactive material.
The transport may be taken only when the radiation Security Center has stated that the means of transport, as well as the security and transport arrangements and standby arrangements comply with the requirements imposed on them and that the liability for nuclear damage, radiation protection centre shall, if necessary, inform the transport of nuclear material or nuclear waste, the regional Government Office in the territory of which the transfer takes place. (31.10.2013/755) 115 (a) section (27 November 2008/732) When the physical protection of nuclear material, nuclear waste, the substances referred to in article 8, devices, hardware, or data sets, or uranium or thorium-containing ores imported from outside of the European communities, or nuclear waste, or ores containing uranium or thorium will be exported outside of the communities, their quality and quantity, as well as licence requirements must be clearly indicated on the customs declaration or the report attached to the. In addition to the customs declaration is significant in that in the export or import in accordance with the nuclear energy act giving rise to the number. If you do not need permission to import or export, the customs declaration shall be accompanied by a 132 and 133 in the cases referred to in article 136 article intended for a copy of the notification to the radiation safety Centre in the Radiation Security Center.


Article 115 b (so far as concerns/473) from outside the communities, a consignment coming from a Customs Office, the customs authority shall be verified, assignee or the sub-agent is 7 (a), 7 (b) or (c) the authorization referred to in Chapter 7 of the imports of the subject imports on the basis of Chapter 3 shall be exempt from permit requirements.

2 article has been revoked A 27 November 2008/732.



116 section radiation protection centre shall ensure that the waste management measures and their preparation is carried out, as well as the provisions of section 28 of the nuclear energy act in accordance with the decisions adopted on the basis of.
Radiation Protection Centre shall also confirm how jätehuoltovelvollisen will keep a record of the nuclear waste arising from the use of nuclear energy.


Article 117 (26.11.1999/1069) the radiation protection centre is responsible for the pressure equipment concerned, in particular: 1) set the detailed requirements of the pressure equipment safety ydinteknisten;
2) to monitor and verify that the ydinteknisten of the design, the manufacture of pressure equipment, placement, installation, operation, maintenance and repair comply with safety requirements and regulations;
3) set the ydinteknisten pressure equipment and for related quality assurance for more detailed requirements;
4) to monitor and verify that the ordinary pressure equipment investment, installation, use, maintenance and repair comply with the safety requirements; as well as 5) set requirements for the holder of the authorization of the measures and procedures in order to ensure the safety of pressure equipment of nuclear facilities, as well as to monitor the implementation of the requirements.


117 (a) section (26.11.1999/1069) of pressure equipment at nuclear installations have the potential for use of the level of safety required for the upgrade will on this point, and the grounds are in section 6 of the nuclear energy act in accordance with the laid down.
Ydinteknisten pressure devices, the manufacturer must, if required, be able to demonstrate that the items of pressure equipment, as well as its design and manufacture meet the safety requirements for the use of nuclear energy.


117 (b) of section (31.10.2013/755) by adopting the law on the Court of the inspection body in fulfilling its radiation will be to define the rights of inspection of the establishment as well as the requirements and conditions for the operation of the set. The period of validity of the approval decision, the institution must verify the reporting duty of the Radiation Safety Centre, as well as the obligation to comply with the rules of professional secrecy provided for in the law.
Provided for in subparagraph (1) above shall also apply to the nuclear energy Act, as referred to in article 60 (a) testing facility and pätevöintielimeen.


118 section radiation protection centre to maintain the control system of nuclear materials, the purpose of which is to take care of in order to prevent the spread of nuclear arms necessary for the supervision of the use of nuclear energy, as well as to international agreements in the field of nuclear energy, in which Finland is a Contracting Party, of the control. Radiation Protection Centre shall ensure that the holder of the authorisation necessary for the knowledge and the capacity to control and that the holder of the authorization for its part to implement the above in accordance with the provisions of the monitoring referred to in.
the control system referred to in subparagraph (1), whilst maintaining the Radiation Security Center must be taken into account on the application of Euratom safeguards Regulation (Euratom) no 1074/1999 in accordance with the obligations of the 302/2005. For the purposes of the regulation as a representative of all the regions of the Institute works with radiation. (27 November 2008/732), 118 (a) section (so far as concerns/473) radiation accepts Article 81 of the Euratom Treaty and the non-nuclear weapon Member States of the European Union, the European Atomic Energy Community and the International Atomic Energy Community in article III of the Treaty on the non-proliferation and (4) of the agreement on the implementation of the (Treaty Series 56/95) the inspectors referred to in article 9. The radiation Security Center must be approved by the Inspector, except to judge his actions to be a threat to the safety of the use of nuclear energy or nuclear non-proliferation. Radiation is before the adoption of the request of the inspectors, at least, to the construction of nuclear installations and the opinions on the proposed use of the authorisation holders.
If the radiation is of the opinion that it cannot accept the Inspector referred to in subparagraph (1), it shall be transferred to the approval of the Ministry of trade and industry.


section 118 (b) (31.10.2013/755), the use of nuclear energy must be designed and manufactured in such a way that the nuclear energy Act and under it, as well as provided for in the European Atomic Energy Community (Euratom) on the basis set out in the Treaty and its safeguards obligations are met. The use of nuclear energy and nuclear plant or in any other place not be information reported by the relevant safeguards in the facilities, materials, and functions. The holder of the authorization or any other user of nuclear energy must be on the physical protection of nuclear material and other nuclear material accounting and reporting system, which will ensure the continuity of the coverage and accuracy of the information, in order to prevent the spread of nuclear weapons to carry out the necessary controls.


119 section radiation monitors available to the holder of the authorization, the organization that is an appropriate and sufficient, that the persons involved in the use of nuclear energy meet the eligibility criteria set out in, and that these are organized in the appropriate training.


120 section to the use of nuclear energy must be engaged in this activity notification of radiation safety Centre.


section 121



The radiation Security Center is once a year, be given a statement of the Ministry of trade and industry in the field of nuclear energy, as well as on the functioning of the otherwise adequate information on the control of the Ministry of trade and industry monitoring of their activities.
Radiation Protection Centre shall keep a list of ratkaisemistaan of licensing issues. The Ministry of trade and industry in the annual report shall be accompanied by a list of the resolved during the past year, the licensing issues.
Chapter 16 the accountable manager and the rest of the staff required for the use of nuclear energy under section 122 of the accountable manager of the nuclear installation, the making of a man, as well as the rest of the staff of the nuclear installation tasks, powers and responsibilities in the management of the Centre must provide for the radiation and nuclear safety adopted by the rule.
What is laid down in paragraph 1, shall if so required by the radiation safety Centre also apply to the rest of the use of nuclear energy.


123 – 124 section 123 – 124 section is revoked A 27 November 2008/732.



section 125 (so far as concerns/473) as to be liable to be acceptable, the person is required, not only because of the nature of the proposed action, if it is manifestly unnecessary, that: 1) he is a citizen of a Member State of the European Union, if the activities of the authorisation may only be granted to the European Union, subject to the jurisdiction of a Member State to a natural person, entity or authority;
2) he has completed the task of an appropriate master's degree, in the case of the use of the accountable Manager is the core of the institution, and in other cases that he or she has appropriate training;
3) he has a task required by the technical expertise in the field of nuclear energy and, in particular, the safety of the use of nuclear energy-related expertise;
4) he or she has sufficient practical experience in the industry;
5) he controls enough of the legislation in the field of nuclear energy, as well as the provisions laid down pursuant to it; as well as 6) he is otherwise appropriate.


section 126 to 130 of the 126 to 130 of the section has been repealed A 27 November 2008/732.

Chapter 17, section 130 (a) the notification procedure (27 May 2004/430), the nuclear energy Act, on the basis of article 8 (2) of the notification shall include the name of the notifier or activities, and the use of the name and place of residence, as well as the following information: 1) to the place where the activity is carried out;
an overview of the activities of the 2);
3) where section 9 (a) fuel cycle stage referred to in the action relates; as well as 4) other information deemed necessary by the radiation and nuclear safety agency.


131 section (27 May 2004/430) permit requirements of this chapter, the exempt activities, the operator shall, in the cases referred to in the radiation safety Centre, a declaration, the task must contain the name of the notifier or activities, and the use of the name and place of residence, as well as 132 – 135 (c) the information referred to in the article.


132 section (27 November 2008/732) in the case of a section 14 subsection 2 of the export declaration referred to in article 131, shall contain, in addition to the following information: 1) is the subject of the export quantity, quality and origin of the ore;
2.) the country to which the ore is to be exported; as well as 3) summary of the same calendar year, the operator of this country exported ores.


Article 133 in the case of article 12, article 13, article 14 (1) or section 18 of the import as referred to in sub-section 1, the Declaration referred to in article 131 shall contain the following information: (27 May 2004/430) 1), or the quantity, nature and origin of the products;
2) designed for maahantuontipäivä;
3) intended use of the substances or products;
4) summary of the other importer, section 2 of the Act on nuclear energy: the amounts of the substances and products referred to in as well as 5) the place where the imported materials or products are stored, handled or used.


134 § in the case of article 12, section 13 (1), section 15, 18 or 21, section (1) and the supply, referred to in article 131 of the notification referred to in paragraph shall include, in addition to the following information: (27 November 2008/732)) or of the quantity, nature and origin of the products;
2 the name of the recipient or of the activities, and the use of) the name and place of residence;
3 the date of the transfer;) as well as 4) summary during the same calendar year, of the quantities of products disposed of and the same recipient.


134 (a) section (31.10.2013/755) in the case of a section 17 (1) intended for the transport of the notification referred to in article 131, shall contain, in addition to the following information: 1) the consignor and the consignee;
2) the nature and quantity of the substance transported.
3) transport;
4) means of transport;
5) other information considered necessary by the radiation and nuclear safety agency.


Article 135 in the case of article 12 (2), section 13 (1) or section 18 of the Act for the possession, storage, processing, use, or manufacture, of the notification referred to in section 131 shall contain, in addition to the following information: (27 May 2004/430) 1), or the quantity, nature and origin of the products;
2) date of receipt;
3) intended use of the substances or products; as well as 4) the place where the activity is carried out.


135 (a) of section 135 (a) – (b) – 135 135 (b) section has been revoked A 27 November 2008/732.



Article 135 c (27 May 2004/430) in the case of a section 18 (a) the substances referred to in the manufacture and Assembly, equipment or installations, of the notification referred to in section 131 shall also contain a description of the scope of the activity, as well as other information deemed necessary by the radiation and nuclear safety agency deemed necessary.


section 132 and 133 Above 136 section, notifications must be delivered to the radiation and nuclear safety agency two weeks before the date of the export or import. In addition, the radiation protection centre shall be provided within two weeks of the date of the importation of procuring or confirmation of the date of the export or import of nuclear materials, as well as exported or imported or uranium or thorium ore that contains the number, if these differ from the notification. (27 November 2008/732) is revoked A 27 November 2008/732.

Radiation Protection Centre shall provide a copy of the notification to the Customs authorities for notification to the author with the radiation Security Center by making a notation of the fact that the export or import in question there is no need for a permit issued in accordance with the nuclear energy Act. (so far as concerns/473)
The 134 and 135, notifications must be delivered to the referred to in section radiation protection centre within two weeks of receipt or delivery. (so far as concerns/473)
The 130 135 (a) and (c) the declarations referred to in article shall provide the radiation and nuclear safety agency by the end of February each year. (27 May 2004/430) 136 (a) of section (31.10.2013/755), an individual referred to in subparagraph (1) of article 17 of the transport of the Declaration referred to in article 134 (a) shall provide the radiation and nuclear safety agency two weeks prior to the transport operation. If the shuttle is repeated, with the first transport must be notified one month before and from each of the following transport weeks prior to transport.
Chapter 18 in establishing this regulation enters into force, transitional provisions section 137 for the first time in jätehuoltovelvollisen the objective of the nuclear energy Act for the calendar year under section 40 of the cases referred to in paragraph 2, the objective of the Fund is to provide as much as jätehuoltovelvollisen nuclear waste management in the financial statements of the fiscal year, was it, which immediately preceded the entry into force of this regulation. The objective of this same Fund after determining the jätehuoltovelvollisen mainly on the last day of the month of December on the basis of the amount of liability is imposed on at least 75% of the funding target increase from what it otherwise would be, and the nuclear energy Act on the basis provided for in this regulation.


After the entry into force of this regulation, article 138 137 on the basis provided for in § for the first time confirmed the nuclear waste, payment must be made in the State nuclear waste management fund for nuclear waste management following the adoption of the payment by the end of June.


The entry into force of this regulation, article 139 is jätehuoltovelvollinen, not present throughout the calendar year: 1) provides in article 99 of the notification referred to in the State nuclear waste management fund by the end of March;
2) supply section 88 (2) of the expenses referred to in the remainder of a calendar year in order to assess the amount of the necessary information on the responsibility of the Ministry of trade and industry by the end of April;
3) apply for the approval referred to in section 91 by the end of September; as well as 4) supply the securities referred to in section 95 to the Treasury by the end of November.


140 section 89 of this regulation, a decision as referred to in article for the current calendar year at the date of entry into force of the regulation fixing the objective of the Fund is in relation to the entry into force of the current calendar year next following the end of April.
89 of this regulation, a decision as referred to in article jätehuoltovelvollisen to the end of the current calendar year, the amount of the estimated liability at the date of entry into force of the regulation in relation to the entry into force of the current calendar year next following the end of June.


141 § before the entry into force of this regulation, the Atomic Energy-Regulation (75/58) the Director referred to in article 16 of this decision shall remain in force for the approval of men, for the same period as those of the Atomic Energy Act (356/57), in which reference is made to the decision approving the aid in accordance with the authorizations.

Section 128 and 129 above, referred to in the application for approval within three months of the entry into force of this regulation.
Chapter 19 miscellaneous provisions article 142 (27 November 2008/732) Nuclear Energy Act in accordance with the third paragraph of article 8 of the preliminary information from the Ministry of employment and the economy in a written application, accompanied by a birth certificate and a statement of the applicant in the commercial register or the nationality of the applicant and the responsible and shall contain a sufficient description of the functioning of the preliminary data.


142 (a) section (so far as concerns/473), the Ministry of trade and industry to strengthen the export, import and transfer applications for permits for the forms used for the purposes of the formulas, which in whole or in part shall be replaced by the 7 (a), 7 (b), (c) and 8 of the application referred to in Chapter 7 of the related reports and information.


Article 143, section 80 of the nuclear energy Act referred to in subsection 2, a nuclear substance, object or data storage will take care of radiation.


144 section (27 November 2008/732) the radiation protection centre shall seek a nomination to the nuclear energy Act 7 (q) of article 1 as to the provisions referred to in paragraph 56 of the nuclear energy Act referred to in subsection 2, the opinion of the Advisory Committee, a nomination to the nuclear energy Act 7 (q) of article 2 as to the provisions referred to in paragraph 56 of the nuclear energy Act 3 the opinion of the Ministry of the Interior and of the Advisory Board referred to in paragraph, proposal 7 (q) to the nuclear energy act under section 3 as specifications referred to in paragraph 56 of the nuclear energy Act referred to in subsection 2, the opinion of the Ministry of the Interior, as well as the Board and the proposal in section 7 of the nuclear energy Act (q) the first subparagraph of paragraph 4, the provisions referred to in article 56 of the law on nuclear energy of the opinion of the Advisory Board referred to in paragraph 2. Statements is, together with the proposal be submitted to the Ministry of employment and the economy.


section 145 If the use of nuclear energy have not been complied with or provided on the basis of the nuclear energy Act, section 118 (1) the provisions on the monitoring referred to in the provisions of the permit conditions, or, is the nuclear energy Act, section 65 of the authority referred to in paragraph 2, the radiation protection centre. (so far as concerns/473)
Other than the nuclear energy Act, section 65 (1), or in the cases referred to in subparagraph (1) above, the competent authority is the Ministry of trade and industry.


This Regulation shall enter into force on 1 March 1988.



Appendix A (31.10.2013/755) for the purposes of this annex, the following indents are mostly appearing in the title of abstracts from the level of the export of dual-use items, transfer, brokering and transit through the Community regime for the control of Regulation (EC) No 1/2003 on the establishment of a 428/2009 in annex for group 0 (the following list).
1. SENSITIVE PRODUCTS 1.1. Nuclear materials 1.1.1 Uranium with an enrichment of uranium 233, uranium 235 and isotope ratio is greater than 0.20 (20%), as well as separated plutonium.
1.2. the equipment and installations, as well as their components 1.2.1 Institutions of natural uranium, depleted uranium, and the difference between the special fissile materials, isotopes, and specially designed or prepared equipment and components as defined in the list, the product number 0B001.
1.2.2. The conditions laid down in point 1.2.1, isotope separation, and specially designed or prepared, UF6 gases are produced from sustainable materials, or corrosion-protected auxiliary systems, equipment and components as defined in the list, the product number 0B002.
1.2.3. Of heavy water, deuterium and deuterium compound production or concentration plant and specially designed or prepared equipment and components as defined in the list, the product number 0B004.
1.2.4. Plutonium nuclear reactor fuel elements containing the manufacture of specially designed body and specially designed or prepared equipment as defined in the list, the product number 0B005.
1.2.5. Nuclear reactor fuel element reprocessing plant and specially designed or prepared equipment and components as defined in the list, the product number 0B006.
1.2.6. Plutonium conversion plant and specially designed or prepared equipment as defined in the list item number 0B007.
1.3. The paragraphs 1.1 and 1.2 of the related data sets 1.3.1. Computer software that is specially designed or modified in the case of the products defined in points 1.1 and 1.2 above, the development, production or use, as defined in the list item number 0D001.
1.3.2. The technology of the products defined in points 1.1 and 1.2 above, the development, production or use, as the technology is defined as a list item number 0E001.
2. OTHER PRODUCTS 2.1. Nuclear materials 2.1.1 source material other than those referred to in paragraph 1.1 2.1.2 special fissionable material.
2.2. Other products 2.2.1. Deuterium, heavy water (deuterium oxide) and other compounds of deuterium, and mixtures and solutions containing deuterium with deuterium-hydrogen-isotope ratio exceeds 1:5000 (product number 0C003), and which is intended for the use of nuclear energy.
M1 20 kg M2 200 kg of 2.2.2. Reactor grade graphite, the purity levels of less than 5 parts per million "booriekvivalenttia" and a density greater than 1.5 g/cm, as it is defined in the list item number 0C004.
3 000 kg M1 M2 30,000 kg of 2.2.3. For the manufacture of gas diffusion membranes especially prepared compounds or powders for corrosion resistant to UF6 gases are produced-as defined in the list item number 0C005.
2.3. the equipment and installations, as well as their components 2.3.1. Nuclear reactors and specially designed and manufactured components as defined in the list item number for. 0A001
2.3.2. The uranium conversion facility and, in particular, for the planned or prepared equipment as defined in the list item number 0B003.
2.3.3. Nuclear reactor fuel elements (elements that contain other than plutonium) in the manufacture of specially designed body and specially designed or prepared equipment as defined in the list of product number 0B005.
2.3.4. Of irradiated nuclear fuel tanks, which means the transport of irradiated fuel and/or storage container to protect chemical, thermal, or in respect of the use of radiation and dissipate the heat processing, transport and degradation during storage.
2.3.5. Hot cells, which means the kaukokäsittelylaitteilla furnished or interconnected Chambers whose total volume is at least 6 m3 and have a security equal to at least 0.5 metres thick concrete, the density is at least 3.2 g/cm3.
2.4. Points 2.1 and 2.2 and 2.3 data 2.4.1. Computer software that is specially designed or modified for the above in points 2.1, 2.2 and 2.3 of the products defined in the development, production or use, as indicated in the list in the case of the product number 0D001.
2.4.2. The technology described above in points 2.1, 2.2 and 2.3, by extension, the development, production or use of the products defined in the end, as technology is defined as a list of the product number 0E001.


Appendix B (27 May 2004/430) Argentina Australia Brazil Bulgaria Canada South Africa, the Republic of Kazakhstan Japan Republic of Korea Norway Romania Switzerland Turkey Ukraine United States New Zealand Belarus the Russian Federation Annex C (so far as concerns/473) Australia Canada Japan New Zealand Norway Switzerland United States acts entry into force and application in time: that angle/330: This Regulation shall enter into force on April 15, 1992.




26.3.1993/278: This Regulation shall enter into force on 29 March 1993.




25.8.1994 794: This Regulation shall enter into force on 1 September 1994.




on 16 June 1995/881: This Regulation shall enter into force on 1 July 1995.




so far as concerns/473: This Regulation shall enter into force on 1 July 1996.
Commission Regulation (EURATOM) no 1074/1999 It shall be granted/76; OJ No l L 363, 31.12.1976, p. 1, Council Directive 96/98/EC 92/3/EURATOM; OJ No l L 35, p. 24, that vote conflicted with Council Regulation (EURATOM) no 1074/1999 Regulation (EC) No 1493/93; OJ No l L 148, 19.6.1993, p. 1, Council Regulation (EC) No 1782/2003 3381/94; OJ No l L 367, 31.12.1994 p. 1 of 20 December 1996/1224: This Regulation shall enter into force on 1 January 1997.
Council decision 96/613/CFSP; OJ No l L 278, 30.10.1996, p. 1 26.11.1999/1069: This Regulation shall enter into force on 29 November 1999.
Before the entry into force of this Regulation shall apply to applications for authorisation submitted at the time of entry into force of this regulation, the provisions in force.




on 27 May 2004/430: this Regulation shall enter into force on 31 May 2004.
Before the entry into force of this Regulation shall apply to applications for authorisation submitted at the time of entry into force of this regulation, the provisions in force.

If any, of this regulation, paragraph 135 (b) the export of which is not required to make a notification prior to the entry into force of this Regulation shall take place within two weeks of the date of entry into force of this regulation, in accordance with section 136 (2) of the Declaration is to be made within two weeks of the export event.
This regulation, section 135 (c) activities, which is not required to make a notification prior to the entry into force of this regulation, shall be made using the radiation and nuclear safety agency for the first time within 60 days of the entry into force of the regulation.




27 November 2008/732: This Regulation shall enter into force on 1 December 2008. However, the entry into force of section 74 must only take effect again on 1 January 2009, as well as section 88 and 89 on 1 February 2010.
Before the entry into force of this Regulation may be to take the measures needed to implement the regulation.




31.10.2013/755: This Regulation shall enter into force on 31 October 2013.