Government Regulation Number 58 By 2015

Original Language Title: Peraturan Pemerintah Nomor 58 Tahun 2015

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Microsoft Word-LN185 -2015 _ 5728_pp058 .doc-2015 STATE GAZETTE of REPUBLIC of INDONESIA No. 185, 2015 environment. Salvation. Security. Radio-Active Substances. (Additional explanation in the State Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia Number 5772). REGULATION of the GOVERNMENT of the REPUBLIC of INDONESIA NUMBER 58 by 2015 ABOUT SAFETY of RADIATION and RADIOACTIVE SUBSTANCES in TRANSPORT SECURITY with the GRACE of GOD ALMIGHTY the PRESIDENT of the Republic of INDONESIA, Considering: a. that to re-arrange the carriage of radioactive substances management need for adjustment of the radiation safety requirements and safety in the transport of radioactive substances on the development of science and technology as well as the needs of the legal community; b. that the Government Regulation number 26 in 2002 about the safety of the transport of Radioactive Substances have not been set firmly and rigorously about the radiation safety requirements in transporting a radioactive substance and yet governing security requirements in the transport of radioactive substances; c. that based on considerations as referred to in letter a and letter b needs to establish government regulation on safety and Radiation Safety in the transport of Radioactive Substances; www.peraturan.go.id 2015, no. 185 2 Remember: 1. Article 5 paragraph (2) of the Constitution of the Republic of Indonesia in 1945; 2. Act No. 10 of 1997 of Ketenaganukliran (State Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia Number 23 in 1997, an additional Sheet of the Republic of Indonesia Number 3676); Decide: Define: GOVERNMENT REGULATIONS ABOUT SAFETY And RADIATION SAFETY In The TRANSPORT Of RADIOACTIVE SUBSTANCES. CHAPTER I GENERAL PROVISIONS article 1 In this Regulation the definition: 1. The Radiation Safety In the transport of Radioactive Substances is actions taken to protect workers, members of the public, and the environment from the hazards of radiation during the transport of Radioactive Substances. 2. Security in the transport of Radioactive Substances is actions taken to prevent attempts of theft, sabotage, unauthorized removal, and other tort against a radioactive substance during the transport of Radioactive Substances. 3. Carriage of Radioactive Substances radioactive substances transfer is fulfilling the conditions of the technical safety of the radiation and technical security in the transport of Radioactive Substances, from one place to another through a network of public traffic, using means of transport by land, water or air. 4. Type of activity of a radioactive substance is low is a radioactive substance which because of its nature has a limited type of activity or radioactive substances, it applies the boundary value of the average type of activity, so that the handle does not need radiation shield. 5. Surface Contaminated Objects are solid objects that are not radioactive but there are scattered a radioactive substance on a surface in quantities in excess of 0.4 Bq/cm2 (zero coma four becquerel per square centimetre) transmitters for beta, gamma, and low toxicity alpha transmitter, or 0.04 Bq/cm2 (zero comma zero four Becquerel per square centimetre) to other alpha transmitter. www.peraturan.go.id 2015, no. 6, 1853. Special Form Radioactive Substances are substances radioactive solid that can not be spread or capsules containing radioactive substances wrapped. 7. Radioactive Substances Spread Low-power is a radioactive substance or radioactive substances are solids solid in capsules wrapped in a have limited the spread and not the shape of the powder. 8. The fissile material is a material containing nuclear fissile nuclides in the form of uranium-233 (U-233), uranium-235 (U-235), plutonium-239 (Pu-239), and/or plutonium-241 (Pu-241) with a weight of more than 0.25 gr (zero comma twenty-five grams). 9. The sender is the holder of the permit utilization of ionizing radiation sources or utilization of nuclear materials that conduct shipping radioactive substances stated in the shipping documents and/or do it yourself Carting a radioactive substance that will dimanfaatkannya. 10. The recipient is the holder of the permit utilization of ionizing radiation sources or utilization of nuclear materials, radioactive substances that received from senders and stated in the shipping documents. 11. Transport is a legal entity in the field of the transport of Radioactive Substances the carriage of which performs. 12. The design of the technical description is used to identify the Specific form of a radioactive substance, Radioactive Substances Spread Low Power, Bundle, or wrapping in the implementation of the transport of Radioactive Substances. 13. The bundle is a wrapper to the content of radioactive substances in them that are prepared to be transported. 14. The outer Wrapper is a wrapper that is used by a single Shipper to contain one or more Parcel and establish one (1) unit making it easy in handling and storage during transportation of Radioactive Substances. 3. Crates is a crate or box that is permanent and powerful as a tool or device for use in the transport of Radioactive Substances and corresponding standards of the International Standard Organization. 16. Small Container is a Container that has an internal volume of less than or equal to 3 m3 (cubic metres). 17. the Large Container is a Container having an internal volume: a. greater than 3 m3 (cubic metres); b. length 20 (twenty) feet; or c. the length of 40 (forty). www.peraturan.go.id


2015, no. 185 4 18. The tank is a tank that can be dijinjing, kontener tank, the vehicle tank, Hopper, tank or container used for transporting solid materials, liquids, or gases. 19. Nuclear power Watchdog Agency that BAPETEN hereafter is the supervisor referred to in Act No. 10 of 1997 about Ketenaganukliran. 20. Transport Index is a value that is used as a reference in restricting the level of radiation exposure that comes from the outer wrapping boxes, Crates, Radioactive Substances of low Activity Type-I, and Contaminated Surface-I, against members of the public and officers of the carrier during transport and storage in transit time. 21. Safety Inquiries Index values are used as a reference in limiting the rate of inquiries on the accumulation of the bundle, wrapping the outer, or Container containing fissile material and uranium hexafluoride (UF6). 22. The number of the United Nations (United Nations Number) are hereinafter referred to as the UN Number is a identity of hazardous materials and hazardous materials used in international trade and transport. 23. The units of Perespon are members of the State police of the Republic of Indonesia or Indonesia national army who are armed and trained to deal with the threat of sabotage or removal of radioactive substances illegally during the transport of Radioactive Substances. Radiation Protection Officer 24. is the officer appointed by the holder of the permit utilization of ionizing radiation sources or nuclear materials and by the utilization of BAPETEN stated undertakings capable of dealing with the protection of radiation. Article 2 a radioactive substance in a carriage that is not set in this Regulation include: a. a radioactive substance which is the part that is inseparable from the transportation of equipment; b. a radioactive substance in an installation in an area that the implementation of pengangkutannya comply with the laws and regulations in the field of radiation safety and security of radioactive sources as well as the safety and security of nuclear installations; c. a radioactive substance that is mounted or attached to a person or animal for the purpose of diagnosis or therapy; www.peraturan.go.id 2015, no. 1855 d. consumer goods used by the end user; e. technologically enhanced naturally occurring radioactive materials that concentration of activity equal to or below the level of intervention in accordance with the provisions of the legislation in the field of radiation safety and security of radioactive sources; f. natural uranium or uranium levels that do not shrink teriradiasi; and g. natural uranium or uranium levels shrink who has teriradiasi only in the non-power reactors. CHAPTER II TYPES of RADIOACTIVE SUBSTANCES article 3 (1) the radioactive substances in the transport of Radioactive Substances include: a. type of Low Activity Radioactive Substances; b. Surface Contaminated Objects; c. Special Form Radioactive Substances; d. Radioactive Substances Spread Low-power; e. the fissile material; and f. uranium hexafluoride (UF6). (2) Radioactive Substances of low activity of the kind referred to in subsection (1) letter a consists of: a. type of activity of a radioactive substance is low-I; b. type of activity of a radioactive substance is low – II; and c. a radioactive substance Low-Type Activity III. (3) Surface Contaminated Objects as intended in paragraph (1) letter b consists of: a. the surface Contaminated Objects-I; and b. the surface Contaminated Objects II. (4) the fissile material and uranium hexafluoride (UF6), referred to in subsection (1) the letter e and the letter f is the nuclear material. Article 4 further Provisions regarding the details of the type of radioactive substances as referred to in article 3 are set by regulation the head of BAPETEN. www.peraturan.go.id 2015, no. 185 6 CHAPTER III TECHNICAL RADIATION SAFETY in the TRANSPORT of RADIOACTIVE SUBSTANCES is considered Part of the General Technical section 5 of the Radiation Safety in the transport of Radioactive Substances include: a. in the carriage of radioactive substances; b. setting the bundle; c. safety and Radiation protection programs In the transport of Radioactive Substances; and d. the placement of the bundle for the transport of Radioactive Substances and Parcel storage during transit. The second part of Radioactive Substances in transport of article 6 (1) the Radioactive Substances in transport as referred to in article 5 and the letter a can be either a radioactive substance that was tested or not tested. (2) Radioactive Substances are tested include: a. the type of low-Activity Radioactive Substances-III; b. Special forms of Radioactive Substances; and c. a radioactive substance Spread Low Power. (3) Radioactive Substances are not tested include: a. the type of low-Activity Radioactive Substances-I; b. type of activity of a radioactive substance is low – II; c. Surface Contaminated Objects; d. the fissile material; and e. the uranium hexafluoride (UF6). (4) in the event of a radioactive substance to be transported is a special form of Radioactive Substances as referred to in paragraph (2) letter b Radioactive Substances and the spread of low Power as referred to in paragraph (2) Letter c, the sender is obligated to make sure Radioactive Substances special form Radioactive Substances and the spread of low-Power has radioactive substance Design approval certificate. www.peraturan.go.id 2015, no. 1857 (5) Design approval Certificate a radioactive substance as referred to in paragraph (4) was published by: a. head of BAPETEN for radioactive substances originating from within the country; and b. home country supervisory authority for radioactive substances originating from abroad. (6) the provisions concerning the requirements and procedures for the application for and issuance of a certificate of Design approval of radioactive substances as referred to in subsection (5) a regulated by regulation the head of BAPETEN. The third part of the parcel Settings Paragraph 1 article 7 General Settings Bundle as stipulated in article 5 letter b include the settings concerning: a. the use of the bundle; b. determination of the category of the bundle; c. tagging Bundle; d. labeling Bundle; e. granting plaque; f. determination of Safety Index Inquiries; and g. the examination of the parcel for the purposes of customs. Paragraph 2 of article 8 Bundle Usage (1) carriage of Radioactive Substances in the Sender is obliged to use the bundle. (2) the parcel referred to in subsection (1) consists of: a. the parcel industry; b. type A Bundle; c. the bundle type B (U); www.peraturan.go.id


2015, no. 185 8 d. Bundle type B (M); e. Bundle type C; and f. other Bundle. (3) the parcel industry as referred to in paragraph (2) letter a consists of: a. the parcel industry-I; b. the parcel industry-II; and c. the parcel industry-III. Article 9 (1) the sender is obligated to ensure the bundle has certain Design approval certificate Bundle. (2) the particular Parcel referred to in subsection (1) include the following: a. the parcel industry containing fissile material or uranium hexafluoride (UF6) more than 0.1 kg (zero comma one kilogram); b. type A Bundle containing fissile material or uranium hexafluoride (UF6) more than 0.1 kg (zero comma one kilogram); c. the bundle type B (U); d. the bundle type B (M); and e. the bundle type C. (3) Design approval Certificate referred to in paragraph Bundle (1) published by: a. head of BAPETEN for packets originating from within the country; and b. home country supervisory authority for the bundle that comes from abroad. (4) the provisions concerning the requirements and procedures for the application for and issuance of a certificate of Design approval of the bundle as referred to in paragraph (3) a regulated by regulation the head of BAPETEN. Article 10 (1) of the parcel industry as referred to in article 8 paragraph (2) letter a is used to transport Radioactive Substances of low Activity Types and objects Contaminated surface. (2) the use of the parcel industry as referred to in paragraph (1) the carriage of Radioactive Substances was conducted on the use: www.peraturan.go.id 2015, no. 1859 a. transport tool or a large Container is exclusively; and b. Tools or Large Container transport in noneksklusif. (3) the details of the use of the parcel of the industry on the transport of Radioactive Substances using a large Container or a transport exclusively and noneksklusif as listed in Annex I which is part an integral part of this Regulation. Article 11 (1) type A Bundle, the bundle of type B (U), the bundle of type B (M), and the bundle type C as referred to in article 8 paragraph (2) letter b, letter c, letter d, and the letter e is used to transport Radioactive Substances special form Radioactive Substances, the spread of low Power, fissile material and uranium hexafluoride, (UF6). (2) the use of the bundle, the bundle type A type B (U), the bundle of type B (M), and the bundle type C as referred to in paragraph (1) refers to the values of A1 and A2 activities taking into account the limits of the activity concentration of the radioactive substances are excluded and limits the activity of a shipment of goods to be excluded. (3) the values of A1 and A2 activity, concentration limits the activity of a radioactive substance are excluded, and the activity limits for exempt consignments as referred to in paragraph (2) is the basic value of the radionuclide as listed in annex II which are part an integral part of this Regulation. (4) the provisions of the Ordinance regarding the use of the bundle, the bundle type A type B (U), the bundle of type B (M), and the bundle type C which refers to basic values of radionuclide is set by regulation the head of BAPETEN. Article 12 (1) of the other Parcel referred to in article 8 paragraph (2) letter f can be: a. an empty Parcel of the former; b. the parcel containing equipment or contaminated items or radioactive substances, activated with boundary value certain activities; c. the parcel containing the equipment or items made from natural uranium, depleted uranium or thorium, shrink levels of nature; d. the parcel containing radioactive substances as referred to in article 3 with the value limits certain activities; and www.peraturan.go.id 2015, no. 185 10 e. Bundle containing uranium hexafluoride (UF6) with a mass of less than 0.1 kg (zero comma one kilogram) with the value of the limit of a particular activity. (2) the value of the limit of certain activities referred to in paragraph (1) letter b, letter d, and the letter e as listed in Annex III which is part an integral part of this Regulation. (3) the provisions of the Ordinance regarding the use of another Bundle with the boundary value certain activities regulated by regulation the head of BAPETEN. Article 13 (1) in the event of a radioactive substance to be transported in the form of Radioactive Substances of low activity of Type-I and objects Contaminated Surface-I, the transport of Radioactive Substances can be done without using the bundle. (2) the transport without using a Parcel referred to in subsection (1) done with the terms: a. type of activity of a radioactive substance is low-I and Objects Contaminated Surface-I didn't get out of the vehicle during transport carriage; b. Radioactive Substances against Low-I kind of Activity and objects Contaminated Surface-I performed the transport of Radioactive Substances exclusively; and c. a radioactive substance is low-I kind of Activity and objects Contaminated Surface-I don't get left in the transport vehicle or not contaminate transport vehicles (3) transport of Radioactive Substances exclusively as referred to in paragraph (2) letter b done with provisions: a. use a single transport or Large Container for radioactive substances; b. transport of Radioactive Substances conducted to carry out the shipment of Radioactive Substances of low activity of Type-I and objects Contaminated Surface-I of 1 (one) Sender; c. the vehicle is equipped with a barrier that impedes access to unauthorized persons; and d. There is no loading and unloading during the delivery. (4) in the event of the carriage of Radioactive Substances exclusively referred to in subsection (3) is done by the sender, the sender is obligated to: www.peraturan.go.id


2015, no. 18511 a. meets the conditions referred to in subsection (3); and b. have permission from the Ministry of transport of dangerous goods, which organizes the Affairs of Government in the field of transport in accordance with the provisions of laws-invitation. (5) in the event of the carriage of Radioactive Substances exclusively referred to in subsection (3) is carried out by the transport, the transport obligated: a. carry out the instructions of the sender; b. have the permission from the Ministry of transport of dangerous goods, which organizes the Affairs of Government in the field of transport in accordance with the provisions of laws-the invitation; and c. comply with the laws and regulations in the field of transport. Paragraph 3 of article 14 the parcel Category Determination (1) Category Bundle consists of: a. I-White; b. II-yellow; and c. III-yellow. (2) the sender is obligated to determine the category of the bundle that is used in the transport of Radioactive Substances in accordance with the categories of the bundle as referred to in paragraph (1). (3) the determination of the category of the parcel referred to in subsection (2) is based on: a. the transport Index; and b. the maximum radiation level at any point on the outer surface of the bundle. (4) the procedures for the determination of Transport Index on the bundle as listed in Annex IV which is the part that is an integral part of this Regulation. Article 15 (1) Bundle categorized into category I-white if it meets criteria: www.peraturan.go.id 2015, no. 185 12 a. Transport index value equal to 0 (zero); and b. the maximum radiation level at any point on the outer surface of the parcel does not exceed 0.005 mSv/h (zero comma zero zero five milisievert per hour). (2) the bundle are categorized into category II-yellow if it meets criteria: a. the transport index value greater than 0 (zero) and less than or equal to 1 (one); and b. the maximum radiation level at any point on the outer surface of the parcel is greater than 0.005 mSv/h (zero comma zero zero five milisievert per hour) and less than or equal to 0.5 mSv/h (zero comma five milisievert per hour). (3) the bundle are categorized into category III-yellow if it meets criteria: a. the transport index value greater than one (1) and less than or equal to 10 (ten) and the maximum radiation level at any point on the outer surface of the parcel is greater than 0.5 mSv/h (zero comma five milisievert per hour) and less than or equal to 2 mSv/h (two milisievert per hour); and b. the transport index value greater than 10 (ten) and the maximum radiation level at any point on the outer surface of the parcel is greater than 2 mSv/h (two milisievert per hour) and less than or equal to 10 mSv/h (ten milisievert per hour). Article 16 (1) the Radioactive Substance in terms of using the bundle with the criteria referred to in Article 15 paragraph (1) letter b, the transport of Radioactive Substances required exclusively. (2) the transport of Radioactive Substances exclusively referred to in subsection (1) done with the provisions: a. the transport of Radioactive Substances is performed with the use of a single transport or Large Container for Radioactive Substances; b. transport of Radioactive Substances conducted to carry out the shipment of radioactive substances from 1 (one) Sender; c. the vehicle is equipped with a barrier that impedes access to unauthorized persons; and d. There is no loading and unloading during the delivery. www.peraturan.go.id 2015, no. 18513 (3) in the event of the carriage of Radioactive Substances exclusively referred to in subsection (1) done by the sender, the sender is obliged to: a. meet the conditions referred to in subsection (2); and b. have permission from the Ministry of transport of dangerous goods, which organizes the Affairs of Government in the field of transport in accordance with the provisions of laws-invitation. (4) in the event of the carriage of Radioactive Substances exclusively referred to in subsection (1) is carried out by the transport, the transport obligated: a. carry out the instructions of the sender; b. have the permission from the Ministry of transport of dangerous goods, which organizes the Affairs of Government in the field of transport in accordance with the provisions of laws-the invitation; and c. comply with the laws and regulations in the field of transport. (5) further Provisions regarding the procedures for the transport of Radioactive Substances exclusively referred to in subsection (2) subject to the Regulations of the head of BAPETEN. Article 17 (1) in terms of the transport of Radioactive Substances using a wrapper and Container, the sender is obligated to determine category Wrapping and crates. (2) the category Wrapping and Crates as referred to in subsection (1) consists of: a. I-White; b. II-yellow; and c. III-yellow. (3) the determination of the outer Wrapping and the categories Container based on: a. the transport Index; and b. the maximum radiation level at any point on the outer surface of the Outer Packaging and/or crates. (4) the procedures for the determination of Transport Index for the outer Wrapping and Crates are listed in Annex IV which is the part that is an integral part of this Regulation. www.peraturan.go.id


2015, no. 185 14 Article 18 (1) Outer Wrapping and Crates are categorized into category I-white if it meets criteria: a. the transport index value equal to 0 (zero); and b. the maximum radiation level at any point on the outer surface of the Outer Packaging and the Container does not exceed 0.005 mSv/h (zero comma zero zero five milisievert per hour). (2) Outer Wrapping and Crates are categorized into category II-yellow if it meets criteria: a. the transport index value greater than 0 (zero) and less than or equal to 1 (one); and b. the maximum radiation level at any point on the outer surface of the Outer Packaging and the Container is greater than 0.005 mSv/h (zero comma zero zero five milisievert per hour) and less than or equal to 0.5 mSv/h (zero comma five milisievert per hour). (3) Outer Wrapping and Crates are categorized into category III-yellow if it meets criteria: a. the transport index value greater than one (1) and less than or equal to 10 (ten) and the maximum radiation level at any point on the outer surface of the Outer Packaging and the Container is greater than 0.5 mSv/h (zero comma five milisievert per hour) and less than or equal to 2 mSv/h (two milisievert per hour); and b. the transport index value greater than 10 (ten) and the maximum radiation level at any point on the outer surface of the Outer Packaging and the Container is greater than 2 mSv/h (two milisievert per hour) and less than or equal to 10 mSv/h (ten milisievert per hour). Article 19 (1) the radioactive substance in terms of using Wrapping and Crates with the criteria referred to in Article 18 paragraph (1) letter b, the transport of Radioactive Substances is carried out noneksklusif. (2) the transport of Radioactive Substances in noneksklusif as referred to in subsection (1) done with the provisions: a. the transport index value is not greater than 50 (fifty) for transport vehicle, Container, passenger aircraft and cargo planes, and ships crossing the river and transport; www.peraturan.go.id 2015, no. 18515 b. Transport index value is not greater than 200 (two hundred) for the Small Container in the hold, compartment, or a particular deck area on the ship; c. Transport index value is not greater than 200 (two hundred) for the small Container ship; and d. the transport index value is not limited to large Container ships. (3) in the event of the carriage of Radioactive Substances in noneksklusif as referred to in subsection (1) done by the sender, the sender is obligated to meet the conditions referred to in subsection (2). (4) in the event of the carriage of Radioactive Substances in noneksklusif as referred to in subsection (1) is carried out by the transport, the transport obligated: a. carry out the instructions of the sender; and b. comply with legislation in the field of transport. (5) further Provisions regarding the procedures for the transport of Radioactive Substances in noneksklusif as referred to in paragraph (2) is set by regulation the head of BAPETEN. Paragraph 4 Parcel Tagging article 20 (1) the sender is obligated to perform the tagging of the bundle. (2) Labelling the parcel referred to in subsection (1) done by embedding the mark on the outside of the parcel. Article 21 (1) a sign referred to in Article 8 paragraph (2) contains the least amount of information on: a. the identity of the sender and/or Recipient; b. the UNITED NATIONS Number and the type of the bundle; and c. information on mass, if it exceeds 50 kg (fifty pounds). (2) in case the parcel industry containing fissile material or uranium hexafluoride (UF6) more than 0.1 kg (zero comma one kilogram) and type A Bundle containing fissile material or uranium hexafluoride www.peraturan.go.id 2015, no. 185 16 (UF6) more than 0.1 kg (zero comma a kilogram), in addition to listing the information referred to in subsection (1), the sender is obligated to include: a. the parcel identification code; and b. the serial number Design Bundle. (3) in case the bundle type B (U), type B (M) or type C, in addition to listing the information referred to in subsection (1), the sender is obligated to include: a. the parcel identification code; b. serial number Design Bundle; and c. a sign of radiation. (4) a sign of radiation as referred to in paragraph (2) Letter c as listed in Annex V which are part an integral part of this Regulation. Section 22 (1) in terms of the transport of Radioactive Substances using the outside Wrapping, tagging is done by embedding the mark on the outside of the outer Wrapper. (2) the markings on the outer Packaging as referred to in paragraph (1) contains the least amount of information regarding: a. UN Number; and b. writing a WRAPPER which reads "outside" or "OVERPACK". Article 23 (1) in terms of the transport of Radioactive Substances of low activity of Type-I and Objects Contaminated Surface-I don't use the bundle, tagging is done by embedding the mark on the surface of the outside cover is kind of Low Activity Radioactive Substances-Surface Contaminated Objects I and-I. (2) a sign referred to in subsection (1), in the form of writing that reads: a. "RADIOACTIVE AJR-I" or "RADIOACTIVE LSA-I"; or b. the RADIOACTIVE "BTP-I" or "RADIOACTIVE SCO-I". Article 24 (1) the list of UN Numbers as stipulated in article 9 paragraph (1) letter b and article 22 paragraph (2) letter a as contained in Annex VI which is part an integral part of this Regulation. www.peraturan.go.id


18517 No. 2015, (2) change the list of UN Numbers referred to in paragraph (1) established by regulation the head of BAPETEN. Article 25 the provisions of the Ordinance on the tagging on the bundle, Wrapping the outside, and the outer cover is a type of low-Activity Radioactive Substances-I or Surface Contaminated Objects-I carried without the bundle is set by regulation the head of BAPETEN. Paragraph 5 Bundle Labeling Article 26 (1) the sender is obligated to do labeling Bundle. (2) labelling of Parcel referred to in subsection (1) is carried out by embedding labels on both sides of the outside of the opposite on the bundle. (3) the Label on the parcel referred to in paragraph (2) contains information on: a. a sign of radiation; b. writing that reads "RADIOACTIVE" or "RADIOACTIVE"; c. Parcel category; d. contents of the bundle or radionuclide; e. the activity of the radionuclide; f. Transport Index; and g. the class of hazardous materials for radioactive substances i.e. grade 7. (4) in case the parcel category I-white labels on Bundle can not load Transport Index information. Article 27 (1) in terms of the transport of Radioactive Substances using the outside Wrapper and/or Crates, labeling is done by embedding labels in: a. both sides outside the opposite on the outer Wrappers; or b. the four sides of the outside of the Container. (2) the Label referred to in paragraph (1) contains information on: a. a sign of radiation; b. writing that reads "RADIOACTIVE" or "RADIOACTIVE"; www.peraturan.go.id 2015, no. 185 of 18 c. category Wrapping and Crates; d. content or radionuclide per Parcel; e. the activity of the radionuclide; f. Transport Index; and g. the class of hazardous materials for radioactive substances i.e. grade 7. (3) in case the outer Wrapper and/or Crates category I-white labels on the outside Wrapper or Container can not load Transport Index information. Article 28 in terms of the bundle or the outer Wrapper and/or Container containing fissile material or uranium hexafluoride (UF6), in addition to fulfilling the conditions as referred to in article 26 or article 27, on the outer Wrapper or the bundle and/or Crates attached labels that include at least information about writing that reads "FISSILE" or "FISSILE" and index Safety Inquiries. Article 29 a picture of the label referred to in Article 26 up to Article 28 as contained in Annex V which are part an integral part of this Regulation. Paragraph 6 Awarding Plaques article 30 (1) in terms of the transport of Radioactive Substances using a Container or tank, the sender is obligated to do the giving of plaques. (2) the giving of the placard referred to in subsection (1) done by embedding the plaque on the outside of the Container or tank. (3) the Placard referred to in paragraph (2) contains information on: a. a sign of radiation; b. writing that reads "RADIOACTIVE" or "RADIOACTIVE"; and c. classes of hazardous materials for radioactive substances i.e. grade 7. Article 31 the sender in addition to listing the information referred to in article 30 compulsory lists UNITED NATIONS number information, if: www.peraturan.go.id 2015, no. 18519 a. Low type of activity of a radioactive substance-I or Surface Contaminated Objects-I transported without using the bundle; and b. the transport of Radioactive Substances is carried out exclusively by the use of a single UN Number. Article 32 the plaque referred to in article 30 and article 31 are listed in Annex V which are part an integral part of this Regulation. Paragraph 7 determination of Safety Index Inquiries Article 33 (1) the sender is obligated to determine Safety Indices Inquiries against the bundle, Wrapping the outside, Crates, and Tanks used for transporting uranium hexafluoride fissile material or (UF6). (2) the provisions concerning the procedures for the determination of Safety Index Inquiries set by regulation the head of BAPETEN. Paragraph 8 examination of the parcel for the purposes of Article 34 Customs examination of the parcel for the purposes of customs conducted in accordance with the provisions of the legislation in the field of customs. Article 35 (1) in case it is needed, an examination of the parcel for the purposes of customs can be done by opening the bundle. (2) the examination referred to in subsection (1) done with the terms: a. done in places that are not accessible by the public or are equipped with barrier; b. possible radiation protection equipment; and c. Radiation Protection Officer, attended by the sender or the recipient. (3) the Parcel has been opened, it must be returned in the original condition of the Radiation Protection Officer by the sender or recipient, before it is given to the recipient. www.peraturan.go.id 2015, no. 185 20 part four protection programs and Radiation Safety In the transport of Radioactive Substances of article 36 (1) the sender must draw up safety and Radiation protection programs In the transport of Radioactive Substances. (2) in drawing up the programme of protection and Radiation Safety In the transport of Radioactive Substances as referred to in paragraph (1), the sender is obliged to conduct a study of dose from exposure to occupational radiation. (3) safety and Radiation protection programs In the transport of Radioactive Substances can be arranged individually or become one unit with safety and radiation protection programs utilizing ionizing radiation sources and utilization of nuclear materials. Article 37 safety and Radiation protection programs In the transport of Radioactive Substances as referred to in article 36 for at least contain: a. the scope; b. responsibility of the sender, the recipient, and the carrier; c. results of the study dose; d. monitoring of the areas of work and/or individual dose monitoring; e. exposure to radiation and contamination of the surface of the bundle, the index, and the index of Transport Safety Inquiries If a radioactive substance which is transported in the form of uranium hexafluoride fissile material or (UF6); f. splitting the bundle and other protection actions; g. procedure for loading, placement, transportation, handling, and the dismantling of the bundle; h. emergency response procedures; i. training; and j. safety management system of radiation In the transport of Radioactive Substances and Radioactive Substances in Transportation Security. Article 38 (1) in the case of the study of dose from exposure to radiation as result of work as stipulated in article 36 paragraph (2) indicates a potentially effective doses exceed 6 mSv (six milisievert) within a period of one (1) year, the sender is obligated to perform work area monitoring and monitoring of individual doses. www.peraturan.go.id


2015, no. 18521 (2) in the case of the study of dose from exposure to radiation as result of work as stipulated in article 36 paragraph (2) indicates the effective doses between 1 mSv (one milisievert) and 6 mSv (six milisievert) within a period of one (1) year, the sender is obligated to do the monitoring work areas or individual dose monitoring. (3) monitoring of the dose of radiation exposure due to work as intended in paragraph (1) and paragraph (2) imposed upon: a. personnel of the sender who is doing the preparation of transport of Radioactive Substances continuously; b. personnel of the sender who do Substances Radioactive Freight preparation at any time; c. Personnel Carrier that performs the carriage of Radioactive Substances in the preparation of the facilities of the sender; and d. the carrier personnel who conduct transport of Radioactive Substances. Article 39 further Provisions regarding the drafting and implementation of safety and radiation protection programs in the transport of Radioactive Substances is regulated by regulation the head of BAPETEN. The fifth part is the placement of the bundle for the transport of Radioactive Substances and Parcel Storage during Transit article 40 (1) the sender is obligated to ensure the placement of the parcel during transport of Radioactive Substances is carried out taking into account: a. the type of mode of transport used; b. types of transport; c. radiation exposure on the outer surface of the vehicle transport; d. Transport Index; and e. Index Safety Inquiries. (2) in the event the required transit during the carriage of Radioactive Substances, the sender is obligated: a. place the Bundle in a place that is not accessible by members of the public and is equipped with a barrier, if carriage of Radioactive Substances is carried out by the sender; or www.peraturan.go.id 2015, no. 185 of 22 b. provide guidance to the carrier in order to put the bundle in place not easily accessible by members of the public and is equipped with a barrier, if carriage of Radioactive Substances is carried out by the carrier. (3) the placement during transit as referred to in paragraph (2) was performed taking into account: a. the transport Index; and b. Index Safety Inquiries. Article 41 (1) in terms of the transport of Radioactive Substances using the outside Wrapper and/or Crates, the sender is obligated to ensure the placement of Wrapping the outside of the Container and/or taking into account: a. the type of mode of transport used; b. types of transport; c. radiation exposure on the outer surface of the vehicle transport; d. Transport Index; and e. Index Safety Inquiries. (2) in the event the required transit during the carriage of Radioactive Substances, the sender is obligated: a. place the Outer Wrapper and/or Crates in a place that is not accessible by members of the public and is equipped with a barrier, if carriage of Radioactive Substances is carried out by the sender; or b. provide guidance to the carrier in order to put the outer Wrapper and/or Crates in a place that is not accessible by members of the public and is equipped with a barrier, if carriage of Radioactive Substances is carried out by the carrier. (3) the placement during transit as referred to in paragraph (2) was performed taking into account: a. the transport Index; and b. Index Safety Inquiries. Article 42 further Provisions regarding the procedures for the placement of the bundle and Wrap the outside of the Container and/or during the transport of Radioactive Substances and storage bundle and Wrap the outside of the Container and/or during transit is governed by regulation the head of BAPETEN. www.peraturan.go.id 2015, no. 18523 CHAPTER IV TECHNICAL SECURITY in the TRANSPORT of RADIOACTIVE SUBSTANCES Part One General Article 43 Technical security in the transport of Radioactive Substances into effect against: a. Special Form Radioactive Substances as referred to in article 3 paragraph (1) the letter c and a radioactive substance Spread Low-power referred to in article 3 paragraph (1) letter d; and b. the fissile material and uranium hexafluoride (UF6) which is nuclear material referred to in article 3 paragraph (4). The second part of the technical security in the transport of Radioactive Substances and Radioactive Substances are a special form of power Low Spread Paragraph 1 of article 44 General Technical safety in the transport of Radioactive Substances and Radioactive Substances are a special form of power Low Spread include: a. determination of Radioactive Substances and Radioactive Substances are a special form of power Low Spread into the category of radioactive sources prior to the implementation of the transport; b. determination of the classification of the level of security of radioactive sources; and c. preparing and radioactive source security plan update for the transport of Radioactive Substances and Radioactive Substances are a special form of the power Spread is low. Paragraph 2 the determination of Radioactive Substances and Radioactive Substances are a special form of power Low Spread into the category of Radioactive Sources prior to the implementation of the transport of Article 45 (1) the sender is obligated to determine Radioactive Substances special form Radioactive Substances and the spread of low-Power into the category of radioactive sources prior to the execution of the transport. www.peraturan.go.id 2015, no. 185, 24 (2) determination of Radioactive Substances and Radioactive Substances special form Spread Low Power to be transported into the category of radioactive source referred to in subsection (1) is carried out on the basis of: a. the threshold of radioactivity; and b. the types of use of Radioactive Substances and Radioactive Substances are a special form of power low Spread by them. (3) radioactive source Categories as referred to in paragraph (2) includes the following: a. the radioactive source category 1; b. category 2 radioactive sources; c. category 3 radioactive sources; d. category 4 radioactive sources; and e. the radioactive source category 5. (4) details of the threshold of radioactivity and the types of use referred to in paragraph (2) as contained in Annex VII which is part an integral part of this Regulation. Article 46 the provisions further about the details of the categories of radioactive sources and the procedures for determining the category of a radioactive source in the transport of Radioactive Substances and Radioactive Substances special form Spread Low-power regulated by regulation the head of BAPETEN. Paragraph 3 of the determination of the classification of the level of security of Radioactive Sources of article 47 (1) the sender is obligated to determine the classification level of the radioactive source security against Radioactive Substances special form Radioactive Substances and the spread of low Power before execution of the transport. (2) classification of the level of security of radioactive sources as referred to in subsection (1) include the following: a. a basic level of security; b. advanced security level; and c. an advanced level of security tightened. www.peraturan.go.id


18525 No. 2015, Article 48 (1) a basic level of security as stipulated in article 47 paragraph (2) letter a apply to the transport of Radioactive Substances and Radioactive Substances are a special form of power Low Spread that radioactive sources are categorized into category 3. (2) advanced security level as stipulated in article 47 paragraph (2) letter b apply to the transport of Radioactive Substances and Radioactive Substances are a special form of power Low Spread that radioactive sources are categorized into category 2. (3) advanced level of security tightened as stipulated in article 47 paragraph (2) Letter c is in effect to the carriage of Radioactive Substances and Radioactive Substances are a special form of power Low Spread that radioactive sources are categorized into category 1. (4) Radioactive Substances of special Form Radioactive Substances and the spread of low Power that radioactive sources are categorized into category 4 and category 5 excluded from the classification of the level of security of radioactive sources as stipulated in article 47 paragraph (2). Article 49 of the basic level of security referred to in Article 48 paragraph (1) includes the following actions: a. preliminary notices to recipients; b. election of a mode of transport; c. determination of stops and transit; d. identification of the personnel Carrier; e. transport vehicle examination; f. the use of locks and seals; g. security emergency relief actions in the transport of Radioactive Substances and Radioactive Substances are a special form of power Low Spread in accordance with category of radioactive sources; and h. reporting in routine and emergency conditions. Article 50 of the advanced level of security referred to in Article 48 paragraph (2) includes the following: a. actions at the level of basic security as referred to in article 49; b. preliminary notice to the head of BAPETEN; www.peraturan.go.id 2015, no. 185 26 c. the use of communications systems security; d. determination of the route of transportation; e. implementation of permindahtanganan or transfer; f. determination of radioactive source security officer; and g. equipment use Tracker. Article 51 advanced security tightened as stipulated in article 48 paragraph (3) include the following: a. actions at the level of basic security as referred to in article 49; b. action at the level of advanced security as stipulated in article 50; and c. coordination with units of Perespon and Perespon Units. Article 52 further Provisions regarding implementation details security measures in accordance with the classification of the level of security of radioactive sources is regulated by regulation the head of BAPETEN. Paragraph 4 the preparation of Security Plans and updates of Radioactive Sources for transport of Radioactive Substances and Radioactive Substances are a special form of power Low Spread of article 53 (1) of the sender is obligated to draw up security plans for the transportation of radioactive sources of Radioactive Substances and Radioactive Substances are a special form of power Low Spread before the execution of the transport. (2) radioactive source Security Plans for the transport of Radioactive Substances and Radioactive Substances special form Spread Low-power referred to in subsection (1) at least contain information on: a. the scope; b. reference regulations, standards, and/or policy; c. categories of radioactive sources, radioactive substances, a description of the bundle, and mode of transport; d. structure of the Organization and responsibilities of each of the personnel; www.peraturan.go.id 2015, no. 18527 e. training of personnel; f. management of information security; g. security measures tailored to the level of security; h. procedures of loading, transit, temporary storage, perpindahtanganan, demolition, and reporting in the kndisi routine; i. emergency countermeasure plans security; and j. inventory and recording of the results of the inventory of radioactive sources that are transported. (3) radioactive source security plan Charge for the carriage of Radioactive Substances and Radioactive Substances special form Spread Low-power referred to in subsection (2) is adjusted with the radioactive source categories as referred to in article 45 paragraph (3). (4) radioactive source Security Plans for the transport of Radioactive Substances and Radioactive Substances special form Spread Low-power referred to in subsection (3) may be arranged: a. be a radioactive source security plan documents for the transport of Radioactive Substances and Radioactive Substances special form Spread its own low-Power; or b. be a unity with radioactive source security plan documents for utilization of ionizing radiation sources. Article 54 of the sender is obligated to update the security of radioactive sources of plans for the transport of Radioactive Substances and Radioactive Substances are a special form of power Low Spread of at least 1 (one) time in a period of 3 (three) years. Article 55 further Provisions regarding the details of the charges and the procedures for the preparation and updating of radioactive source security plans for the transport of Radioactive Substances and Radioactive Substances special form Spread Low-power regulated by regulation the head of BAPETEN. The third part of the technical security in the transport of fissile material and Uranium Hexafluoride (UF6) which is a Nuclear Materials Article 56 Technical security in the transport of fissile material and uranium hexafluoride (UF6) which is a nuclear materials include: www.peraturan.go.id


2015, no. 185 28 a. determination of fissile material and uranium hexafluoride (UF6) which is the nuclear material into the classification of nuclear materials; and b. the preparation and updating of physical protection plan for the transport of fissile material and uranium hexafluoride (UF6) which is a nuclear materials. Article 57 (1) the sender is obligated to determine the fissile material and uranium hexafluoride (UF6) which is the nuclear material into nuclear material classification before the execution of the transport. (2) the determination of the fissile material and uranium hexafluoride (UF6) which is the nuclear material into the classification of nuclear material referred to in subsection (1) is carried out on the basis of: a. the existence of the element uranium, plutonium, or thorium; b. explanation regarding elements of uranium or plutonium in conditions of teriradiasi or not teriradiasi; and c. the mass of nuclear material. (3) the classification of nuclear material referred to in subsection (2) includes the following: a. nuclear material group I; b. nuclear material group II; c. nuclear material group III; and d. the nuclear materials IV. (4) the details concerning the existence of the element uranium, plutonium, or thorium, uranium or an element concerning the description of the plutonium in the condition of teriradiasi or not teriradiasi, and the mass of nuclear material as referred to in paragraph (2) as contained in Annex VII which is part an integral part of this Regulation. Article 58 (1) the sender is obligated to draw up a plan of physical protection for the transportation of fissile material and uranium hexafluoride (UF6) which is nuclear material before the execution of the transport. (2) physical protection Plan for the transport of fissile material and uranium hexafluoride (UF6) which is nuclear material referred to in subsection (1) at least contain: a. a preliminary notice to the recipient; b. election of a mode of transport; www.peraturan.go.id 2015, no. 18529 c. freight routes; d. stops and transit; e. the provisions of perpindahtanganan; f. identification of the personnel Carrier; g. examination of transport vehicles; h. Security communication systems; i. guard or security officer; j. equipment Tracker; k. conditions of use of the key and seal; b. action after delivery; m. plan contingencies carriage; n. coordination with units of Perespon; and/or reporting procedures o. either in regular condition or emergency conditions. (3) physical protection plan Charge for the transportation of fissile material and uranium hexafluoride (UF6) which is nuclear material referred to in subsection (2) are adapted to the classification of nuclear material as referred to in article 57 paragraph (3). (4) physical protection Plan for the transport of fissile material and uranium hexafluoride (UF6) which is nuclear material referred to in subsection (3) may be arranged: a. be physical protection plan document for the transport of fissile material and uranium hexafluoride (UF6) which is its own nuclear material; or b. be a unity with the physical protection of nuclear installation plans and nuclear materials for the utilization of nuclear installations and nuclear materials. Article 59 of the sender is obligated to update the physical protection plan for the transport of fissile material and uranium hexafluoride (UF6) which is a nuclear materials. Article 60 further Provisions regarding the details of the charges and the procedures for the preparation and updating of physical protection plan for the transport of fissile material and uranium hexafluoride (UF6), the nuclear material is regulated by regulation the head of BAPETEN. www.peraturan.go.id 2015, no. 185 of 30 Chapter V RADIATION SAFETY MANAGEMENT in the TRANSPORT of RADIOACTIVE SUBSTANCES and RADIOACTIVE SUBSTANCES TRANSPORTATION SECURITY in Part One General Article 61 management of Radiation Safety In the transport of Radioactive Substances and Radioactive Substances Transportation Security include the following: a. the liability of the sender, the recipient, and the carrier; and b. the management system. The second part of the liability of the sender, the recipient, and the carrier is article 62 (1) the sender is obliged to: a. have the permit utilization of ionizing radiation sources or permit the utilization of nuclear materials in accordance with the provisions of the legislation; b. make sure the carrier has complied with the provisions of the legislation in the field of transport; c. ensuring the transport of dangerous goods transport has permission from the Ministry that organizes the Affairs of Government in the field of transport in accordance with the provisions of the legislation in terms of the transport of Radioactive Substances is carried out exclusively; d. implementing the provisions of the technical safety of the transport of Radioactive Substances in the Radiation and technical provision of Security In the transport of Radioactive Substances; e. compile the shipping documents and submit a copy to the Carrier; f. ensure that Transporters used to have competence in the transport of Radioactive Substances and/or dangerous goods transportation; g. conducting the evaluation, monitoring, and audit at regular intervals against the matters related to the implementation of the transport of Radioactive Substances; www.peraturan.go.id


2015, no. 18531 h. replace all losses experienced by the carrier and/or the other party as a result of not fulfillment of safety requirements of radiation In the transport of Radioactive Substances and Radioactive Substances Transportation Security; and/or i send back a radioactive substance or Bundle that did not meet the technical provisions of Radiation Safety In the transport of Radioactive Substances and the provisions of the technical security in the transport of Radioactive Substances to the party submitting it in the country of origin of the transport of Radioactive Substances. (2) the shipping Document referred to subsection (1) letter e include: a. approval of the delivery head of BAPETEN; b. completeness permits from relevant agencies; c. procedure of loading, placement, transportation, handling, and the dismantling of the bundle; d. emergency response procedures; and e. the radioactive source security plans for the transport of Radioactive Substances and Radioactive Substances special form Spread Low Power if a radioactive substance which is transported Radioactive Substances special form Radioactive Substances and the spread of low Power or physical protection plan if a radioactive substance which is transported is fissile material and uranium hexafluoride (UF6). Article 63 the mandatory Receiver: a. have permission or ionizing radiation sources utilization permits the utilization of nuclear materials in accordance with the provisions of the legislation; b. make sure and check the parcel is received from the carrier in accordance with document delivery; c. check the bundle from the possibility of the occurrence of damage or leakage; d. measuring the level of radiation exposure and/or contamination inspection results in terms of Parcel Parcel referred to in letter c indicates the occurrence of damage or leaks on the bundle; e. do Bundle security measures in accordance with the procedures indicated in the shipping documents in terms of the results of measurements of the levels of radiation exposure and/or contamination as stated on the letter d can cause hazard of radiation and/or contamination; www.peraturan.go.id 2015, no. 185 32 f. reporting the results of measurement of the level of radiation exposure the bundle as stated on the letter d and precautions the bundle as stated on the letter e to the head of BAPETEN senders and not more than 5 (five) days after done measurement of the level of exposure to radiation and precautions the bundle; and g. return radioactive substances or Bundle that did not meet the technical provisions of Radiation Safety and technical security in the transport of Radioactive Substances to the sender. Article 64 (1) Transport obligated: a. comply with the laws and regulations in the field of transport; b. have the permission from the Ministry of transport of dangerous goods, which organizes the Affairs of Government in the field of transport in accordance with the provisions of laws-invitations in terms of Transporting Radioactive Substances is carried out exclusively; c. carry shipping documents; d. ensure the goods shipment is received by the Recipient; e. carry out the instructions of the sender; and f. carry out transportation of Radioactive Substances in accordance with the procedure contained in document delivery as stipulated in article 62 paragraph (2). (2) in case the parcel could not be delivered or delivered to the recipient, to transport obligated: a. place the Bundle in a temporary location that is supervised and meet the conditions of placement of the bundle for the transport and storage of Radioactive Substances during transit as referred to in article 40 to article 42; b. inform the sender, the recipient, and the head of BAPETEN within short period of 2 (two) days from the unknown Parcel could not be delivered or delivered to the recipient. The third part management system Article 65 (1) the sender is obliged to establish and implement management systems as referred to in article 61 the letter b in the transport of Radioactive Substances. www.peraturan.go.id 2015, no. 18533 (2) the management system referred to in subsection (1) include the following: a. the Organization related to the activities of the transport of Radioactive Substances; b. maintenance and control of recordings relating to the carriage of Radioactive Substances; and c. the technical implementation of Radiation Safety In the transport of Radioactive Substances and technical security in the transport of Radioactive Substances. (3) the sender is obliged to conduct the evaluation of the management system referred to in subsection (2) at regular intervals of at least 1 (one) time in 3 (three) years. Article 66 the provisions of the Ordinance on the application of management system in transportation of Radioactive Substances is regulated by regulation the head of BAPETEN. CHAPTER VI EMERGENCY PREPAREDNESS SYSTEM and COUNTERMEASURES in TRANSPORTATION of RADIOACTIVE SUBSTANCES Part One General Article 67 (1) the sender is obligated to have emergency preparedness system and countermeasures in transportation of Radioactive Substances. (2) emergency preparedness and response System as referred to in subsection (1) include the following: a. the preparation of emergency response procedures; b. training and geladi emergency; and c. emergency countermeasures. The second part is the preparation of Emergency Response Procedures and determination of article 68 (1) the sender is obliged to draw up emergency response procedures in the transport of Radioactive Substances. www.peraturan.go.id


2015, no. 185 34 (2) emergency response Procedures as referred to in subsection (1) include the following: a. first aid and rescue victims; b. notice to the sender and/or receiver, head of BAPETEN, Secretary of the organizing Affairs of the Government in the field of transportation, and other related agencies with emergency relief; c. identification of danger from radioactive substances are transported; d. handling hazards of radiation and prevent the spread of contamination of radioactive substances; e. decontamination of personnel, facilities and infrastructure that is contaminated; f. recovery; and/or g. reporting. (3) emergency response Procedures as referred to in paragraph (2) is required to be upgraded at regular intervals of at least 1 (one) time in 2 (two) years. (4) emergency response Procedures as referred to in paragraph (3) may be arranged: a. be emergency relief procedure document for the transport of Radioactive Substances individually; or b. be one unit with safety and Radiation protection programs In the transport of Radioactive Substances as referred to in article 37. The third part of the training and Emergency Geladi Article 69 (1) of the sender is obligated to organise training and Transporting emergency in geladi Radioactive Substances to ensure emergency response procedures can be implemented. (2) training and emergency geladi tailored to the potential dangers of radiation and contamination of radioactive substances which are transported. (3) training and geladi emergency as referred to in paragraph (1) was organized at least one (1) times within 4 (four) years. (4) the provisions concerning the criteria of potential hazards of radiation and contamination of radioactive substances as referred to in paragraph (2) is set by regulation the head of BAPETEN. www.peraturan.go.id 2015, no. 18535 article 70 in organizing training and geladi emergency as referred to in article 69, the sender may include: a. BAPETEN; b. the national nuclear power Agency; c. Ministry of Government Affairs which hosts in the field of transportation; d. the agency that organizes the functions and authorities in the field of national transport safety; e. kebandarudaraan and local kepelabuhanan authorities; f. Recipient; g. Regional Government; and/or h. Perespon Unit. Article 71 the training and geladi emergency as referred to in article 69 reported to the head of BAPETEN at the latest 1 (one) months since the implementation of the training and emergency drill in the transport of Radioactive Substances. Article 72 Conditions more about training and Transporting emergency geladi in Radioactive Substances is regulated by regulation the head of BAPETEN. The fourth part of article 73 Emergency Relief response to the emergency in Transporting Radioactive Substances include the following activities: a. first aid and rescue victims; b. notice to the sender and/or receiver, head of BAPETEN, Secretary of the organizing Affairs of the Government in the field of transportation, and other related agencies with emergency relief. c. identification of emergencies; d. countermeasures of leakage or damage of the parcel; www.peraturan.go.id 2015, no. 185 36 e. tackling the impact of the radiology and nonradiologi pollution and/or radioactive substances contamination in environmental transport; f. Recovery Bundle; and/or g. recovery function of the environment. Article 74 Emergency Relief as stipulated in article 73 is done in accordance with the procedure of emergency relief in the carriage of Radioactive Substances as referred to in article 68. Article 75 (1) in case of emergency, Transport obligated to notify as soon as possible to: a. the sender and/or Recipient; b. head of Bapeten; c. the Minister of governmental affairs which hosts in the field of transportation; and d. other relevant agencies. (2) on the basis of a notice referred to in subsection (1), the sender and/or recipient of the Radiation Protection Officers deployed to the scene of the emergency. (3) the Radiation Protection Officer referred to in subsection (2) is obligated to carry out emergency relief in the transport of Radioactive Substances as referred to in article 73. Article 76 (1) of the sender and/or Recipient is obligated to inform the implementation of countermeasures and development of emergency as stipulated in article 75 to the head of BAPETEN. (2) on the basis of a notice referred to in subsection (1), the head of BAPETEN do: a. the identification of the emergency; b. the determination of the status of the emergency; c. the level of countermeasures; and/or d. activation of the emergency response unit of BAPETEN. Article 77 (1) of the sender and/or recipient is obliged to submit a report in writing to the head of BAPETEN after emergency relief completed. www.peraturan.go.id 2015, no. 18537 (2) the written Report referred to subsection (1) contains at least: a. the cause of emergency; b. chronology; c. impact of Radiology and nonradiologi posed; and d. the results of the measurement of radiation exposure and contamination. (3) the submission of the report referred to in subsection (2) do the longest one (1) month since emergency relief completed. Article 78 the provisions on countermeasures in emergency transport of Radioactive Substances is regulated by regulation the head of BAPETEN. CHAPTER VII TRANSPORT of RADIOACTIVE SUBSTANCES MANAGEMENT Part One General Article 79 the transport of Radioactive Substances Management include the following: a. approval of the shipment of radioactive substances; b. implementation of the transport of Radioactive Substances Notification; c. validation of Design approval certificates of radioactive substances; d. validation of certificates of approval Design Bundle; and e. the validation against the approval of shipping radioactive substances published by the supervisory authority country of origin of the transport of Radioactive Substances. The second part of the approval of the Shipment of Radioactive Substances of article 80 (1) the sender is obligated to have the approval of the shipment of radioactive substances Radioactive Substances the carriage before done. (2) the sender to obtain the approval of the shipment of radioactive substances as referred to in subsection (1) must apply in writing to the head of BAPETEN and attach requirements that include: www.peraturan.go.id


2015, no. 185 38 a. the identity of the sender and the recipient; b. Description and technical specifications of radioactive substances and the bundle; c. Design approval certificate, if the radioactive substances radioactive substances to be transported in the form of Special Form Radioactive Substances as referred to in article 6 paragraph (2) letter b Radioactive Substances and the spread of low Power referred to in article 6 paragraph (2) Letter c; d. Design approval certificate Bundle, if the carriage of Radioactive Substances using a particular Parcel referred to in article 9 paragraph (2); e. safety and Radiation protection programs In the transport of Radioactive Substances; f. procedures for tackling the emergency, if organized into its own separate document of safety and Radiation protection programs In the transport of Radioactive Substances; and g. the radioactive source security plans for the transport of Radioactive Substances and Radioactive Substances are a special form of power Low Spread or physical protection plan for the transport of fissile material and uranium hexafluoride (UF6) which is a nuclear materials. (3) in the event of the carriage of Radioactive Substances shall be made exclusively as stipulated in article 10 paragraph (2), article 16 paragraph (1), and article 31 of the letter b, the sender must apply in writing to the head of BAPETEN and attach requirements which include: a. the requirements referred to in subsection (2); and b. a copy of the permission of dangerous goods transport, published by the Ministry that organizes the Affairs of Government in the field of transportation. (4) in the event of a radioactive substance to be transported in the form of uranium hexafluoride fissile material or (UF6), the sender must apply in writing to the head of BAPETEN and attach requirements which include: a. the requirements referred to in subsection (2); and b. the safeguards system documents. Article 81 (1) head of BAPETEN after receiving the petition for approval of shipping radioactive substances as referred to in article 80 do the longest assessment 3 (three) working days since the application was received. www.peraturan.go.id 2015, no. 18539 (2) in terms of the results showed: a. petition for approval of shipping radioactive substances meet the requirements, the head of BAPETEN published approval of shipping radioactive substances the longest one (1) working day since the results known; or b. the application for approval of shipping radioactive substances do not meet the requirements, the head of BAPETEN refused the application for approval of shipments of radioactive substances is accompanied with the reason for denial. (3) the approval of the shipment of radioactive substances as referred to in paragraph (2) letter a at least contain: a. the identity of the sender and the recipient; b. specification of radioactive substances and the bundle; c. route the transport of Radioactive Substances; d. transport mode; e. transport vehicles; f. validity period approval delivery; and g. the identity of the officer who can be contacted. (4) provision of more about the charge approval delivery of radioactive substances is regulated by regulation the head of BAPETEN. Article 82 (1) of the sender after having the approval of shipping radioactive substances are obliged to: a. perform the carriage of Radioactive Substances in accordance with the obligations laid out in the shipping of radioactive substances and the approval of legislation; and b. submit a report in writing to the head of BAPETEN regarding implementation of the transport of Radioactive Substances. (2) the submission of the report referred to in subsection (1) letter b are implemented in a time period of not longer than 5 (five) working days after the transport of Radioactive Substances was completed. Article 83 (1) the radioactive substance delivery Agreement applies the longest 3 (three) months since publication and cannot be extended. (2) further Provisions regarding the details of the agreement will be valid shipping radioactive substances regulated by regulation the head of BAPETEN. www.peraturan.go.id 2015, no. 185 40 the third part of the implementation of the transport of Radioactive Substances Notification of article 84 (1) every person who will incorporate: a. the bundle type B (M); b. the bundle type B (M) which is not in accordance with the design for the bundle type B (M); c. the bundle type B (M) containing the radioactive substance with an activity greater than 3000 (three thousand) A1, 3000 (three thousand) A2, or 1000 TBq (terabecquerel thousand); d. the bundle type B (U) that contains the radioactive substance with an activity greater than 3000 (three thousand) A1, 3000 (three thousand) A2, or 1000 TBq (terabecquerel thousand); e. Bundle type C that contains a radioactive substance with an activity greater than 3000 (three thousand) A1, 3000 (three thousand) A2, or 1000 TBq (terabecquerel thousand); and f. the bundle containing fissile material with a number of Safety Index Inquiries on a transport vehicle or Container exceeds 50 (fifty), into the territory of the unitary State of Republic of Indonesia for the purpose of transit through or stop at the customs area of the Republic of Indonesia a unitary State with or without replacing the mandatory transport, means of delivering the notification application for the implementation of the transport of Radioactive Substances in writing to the head of BAPETEN. (2) the application for the carriage of Radioactive Substances, the implementation of the notification referred to in subsection (1) is conducted before entering the area of the Customs Union of the Republic of Indonesia Country. Article 85 (1) the application for the carriage of Radioactive Substances, the implementation of the notification as referred to in article 84 is equipped with the requirements which include: a. the identity of the applicant and the carrier; b. route the transport of Radioactive Substances; c. schedule of Transporting Radioactive Substances; d. the purpose of the transport of Radioactive Substances; e. Description of radioactive substances and the bundle that is transported; www.peraturan.go.id


2015, no. 18541 f. approval delivery of supervisory authority country of origin of the transport of Radioactive Substances; and g. the consent of the supervisory authority of the country of shipping destination. (2) the head of BAPETEN after receiving notification of application for the implementation of the transport of Radioactive Substances as referred to in paragraph (1) did an assessment of not more than 5 (five) working days since the application was received. (3) in terms of the results showed: a. notification of application for the implementation of the transport of Radioactive Substances meet the requirements, the head of BAPETEN publish a notification of the implementation of the transport of Radioactive Substances, the longest 3 (three) working days since the results of the assessment are known; or b. the notification application for the implementation of the transport of Radioactive Substances do not meet the requirements, the head of BAPETEN refused the application for notification of Radioactive Substance Transporting implementation accompanied with the reason for denial. (4) the carriage of Radioactive Substances, the implementation of the Notification referred to in paragraph (2) letter a at least contain information on: a. the identity of the holder of the notification and the carrier; b. route the transport of Radioactive Substances; c. specifications of radioactive substances and the bundle; d. schedule of Transporting Radioactive Substances; e. purpose of Transporting Radioactive Substances; and f. the obligation of the holder of such notification at the time through and/or stop at the customs area of the Republic of Indonesia a unitary State with or without replacing the means transport. (5) transport of Radioactive Substances implementation of Notification as referred to in subsection (4) applies to one (1) times the transport of Radioactive Substances for the purpose of transit through or stop at the customs area of the Republic of Indonesia a unitary State with or without replacing the transport means and cannot be extended. (6) transport of Radioactive Substances implementation of Notification issued by the head of BAPETEN as referred to in paragraph (2) letter a ditembuskan to the Ministry that organizes the affairs in the field of transportation. (7) further Provisions regarding the implementation of the notification payload transport of Radioactive Substances is regulated by regulation the head of BAPETEN. www.peraturan.go.id 2015, no.185 42 Article 86 any person who has had the carriage of Radioactive Substances, the implementation of the notification as referred to in article 85 paragraph (2) letter a is obliged to apply in writing to the head of BAPETEN to obtain validation against: a. Design approval certificate of radioactive substances; b. Design approval certificate Bundle; and c. the approval of shipping radioactive substances published by the home country supervisory authority transport of Radioactive Substances. The fourth part Design Approval Certificate Validation against a radioactive substance of article 87 (1) of the sender who will enter a Low Power Spread Radioactive Substances into the territory of the unitary State of Republic of Indonesia required to have certificates of approval validation Design of radioactive substances. (2) the sender to obtain certificates of approval validation Design radioactive substances as referred to in subsection (1) must apply in writing to the head of BAPETEN before entering the customs area and used in the territory of a unitary State of Republic Indonesia. Article 88 (1) every person who will enter a Low Power Spread Radioactive Substances into the territory of the unitary State of Republic of Indonesia for the purpose of transit through or stop at the customs area of the Republic of Indonesia a unitary State with or without replacing the mandatory transport facility has a Design approval certificate validation against a radioactive substance. (2) every person to obtain certificates of approval validation Design radioactive substances as referred to in subsection (1) must apply in writing to the head of BAPETEN before entering the area of the Customs Union of the Republic of Indonesia Country. Article 89 (1) of the petition in writing as referred to in article 87 paragraph (2) and article 88 paragraph (2) should be fitted with the requirements which include: www.peraturan.go.id, no. 2015 18543 a. the identity of the applicant; b. schedule of arrival of radioactive substances; c. route the transport of Radioactive Substances; d. the certificate or a copy of the certificate of approval of the design of a radioactive substance released by Design home country supervisory authority of radioactive substances, the transport of Radioactive Substances, country of origin, or countries which have undertaken or stop off in the carriage of Radioactive Substances; and e. a description of radioactive substances. (2) the description of a radioactive substance as referred to in paragraph (1) letter e at least contain information on: a. engineering drawings; b. the dimensions, mass, basic components, and specifications of materials; c. specifications of the physical and chemical properties; and d. the total activity or activity type maximum. Article 90 (1) head of BAPETEN after receiving the application for validation against the Design approval certificate of radioactive substances as referred to in article 89 of doing an assessment of not more than 5 (five) working days since the application was received. (2) in terms of the results showed: a. petition for validation against the Design approval certificate meets the requirements of a radioactive substance, head of BAPETEN published the Design approval certificate validation against a radioactive substance the longest 3 (three) working days since the results of the assessment are known; or b. the application for validation against the Design approval certificate a radioactive substance did not meet the requirements, the head of BAPETEN refused the application for validation against the Design approval certificate of a radioactive substance is accompanied with the reason for denial. (3) Design approval certificate Validation against a radioactive substance as referred to in paragraph (2) letter a at least contain: a. the identity of the applicant; b. specification of radioactive substances; c. schedule of arrival of radioactive substances; d. route the transport of Radioactive Substances; www.peraturan.go.id


2015, no. 185 44 e. obligations of the holder of the Design approval certificate validation against a radioactive substance; f. validity validation of Design approval certificates of radioactive substances; and g. the identification mark. (4) further Provisions concerning certificates of approval validation payload design of a radioactive substance is regulated by regulation the head of BAPETEN. Article 91 (1) validation of the Design approval certificate against radioactive substances published by the head of BAPETEN as stipulated in article 90 paragraph (2) letter a to the sender as stipulated in article 87 applies the longest 3 (three) years since published and cannot be extended. (2) validation of the Design approval certificate against radioactive substances published by the head of BAPETEN as stipulated in article 90 paragraph (2) a person referred to in Section 88 is valid for 1 (one) time transit through and/or stop at the customs area of the Republic of Indonesia a unitary State with or without replacing the transport means and cannot be extended. Article 92 (1) a sender who has obtained validation of Design approval certificates of radioactive substances as referred to in article 90 paragraph (2) letter a is obliged to apply in writing to the head of BAPETEN to obtain approval of the shipment of radioactive substances radioactive substances excluded from before areas of customs. (2) the filing of a petition to obtain approval of the shipment of radioactive substances as referred to in paragraph (1) may be made: a. at the same time with the filing of the petition for validation against the Design approval certificate of radioactive substances; or b. immediately after acquiring the Design approval certificate validation against a radioactive substance. Part five certificates of approval Validation Design Bundle of article 93 (1) of the sender who will enter: www.peraturan.go.id 18545 No. 2015, a. the parcel industry containing fissile material or uranium hexafluoride (UF6) more than 0.1 kg (zero comma one kilogram); b. type A Bundle containing fissile material or uranium hexafluoride (UF6) more than 0.1 kg (zero comma one kilogram); c. the bundle type B (U) that contains a radioactive substance Spread Power low, the fissile material or uranium hexafluoride, (UF6) more than 0.1 kg (zero comma one kilogram); d. the bundle type B (M); and e. the bundle type C containing fissile material or uranium hexafluoride (UF6) more than 0.1 kg (zero comma a kilogram), into the territory of the unitary State of Republic of Indonesia required to have certificates of approval validation Design Bundle. (2) the sender to obtain certificates of approval validation Design Bundle as referred to in subsection (1) must apply in writing to the head of BAPETEN before entering the customs area and used in the territory of a unitary State of Republic Indonesia. Article 94 (1) every person who will enter; a. industrial Parcel containing fissile material or uranium hexafluoride (UF6) more than 0.1 kg (zero comma one kilogram); b. type A Bundle containing fissile material or uranium hexafluoride (UF6) more than 0.1 kg (zero comma one kilogram); c. the bundle type B (U) that contains a radioactive substance Spread Power low, the fissile material or uranium hexafluoride, (UF6) more than 0.1 kg (zero comma one kilogram); d. the bundle type B (M); and e. the bundle type C containing fissile material or uranium hexafluoride (UF6) more than 0.1 kg (zero comma a kilogram), into the territory of the unitary State of Republic of Indonesia for the purpose of transit through or stop at the customs area of the Republic of Indonesia a unitary State with or without replacing the mandatory transport facility has a Design approval certificate validation against the bundle. (2) every person to obtain certificates of approval validation Design Bundle as referred to in subsection (1) must apply in writing to the head of BAPETEN before entering the area of the Customs Union of the Republic of Indonesia Country. www.peraturan.go.id 2015, no. 185 46 Article 95 (1) a written Application referred to in Article 93 paragraph (2) and section 94 subsection (2) must be equipped with the requirements which include: a. the identity of the applicant; b. schedule of the arrival of the parcel; c. route the transport of Radioactive Substances; d. the certificate or a copy of the approval certificate Bundle Design, published by the home country supervisory authority Bundle Design, country of origin of the transport of Radioactive Substances, or States that have passed or stop off in the carriage of Radioactive Substances; e. Description of the bundle; (2) the description of the bundle as referred to in paragraph (1) letter e at least contain information on: a. engineering drawings; b. the dimensions, mass, basic components, and specifications of materials; c. a radioactive substance that is contained in the bundle; d. specifications physical and chemical properties; and e. the activity or activities of the kind of total maximum. Article 96 (1) head of BAPETEN after receiving the application for validation against the Design approval certificate Bundle as stipulated in article 95 did an assessment of not more than 5 (five) working days since the application was received. (2) in terms of the results showed: a. petition for validation against the Design approval certificate Bundle satisfies the requirements, the head of BAPETEN published the Design approval certificate validation against the longest Bundle 3 (three) working days since the results of the assessment are known; or b. the application for validation against the Design approval certificate bundle are not eligible, head of BAPETEN refused the application for validation against the design approval certificate Bundle accompanied with the reason for denial. (3) the validation of certificates of approval Design Bundle as mentioned on paragraph (2) letter a at least contain: www.peraturan.go.id


2015 18547, n. a. the identity of the applicant; b. specification of the bundle; c. schedule of the arrival of the parcel; d. route the transport of Radioactive Substances; e. liability of the sender; f. validity validation of certificates of approval Design Bundle; and g. the identification mark. (4) further Provisions concerning certificates of approval validation charge Design Bundle is set by regulation the head of BAPETEN. Article 97 (1) validation of certificates of approval issued by the bundle Design head of BAPETEN as stipulated in article 96 paragraph (2) letter a to the sender as stipulated in article 93 applies the longest 3 (three) years since published and cannot be extended. (2) validation of certificates of approval issued by the bundle Design head of BAPETEN as stipulated in article 96 paragraph (2) a person referred to in Article 94 is valid for 1 (one) time transit through and/or stop at the customs area of the Republic of Indonesia a unitary State with or without replacing the transport means and cannot be extended. Article 98 (1) the Sender has obtained validation of certificates of approval Design Bundle as stipulated in article 96 paragraph (2) letter a must apply in writing to the head of BAPETEN to obtain approval of the shipment of radioactive substances before the bundle are removed from the customs area. (2) the filing of a petition to obtain approval of the shipment of radioactive substances as referred to in paragraph (1) may be made: a. at the same time with the filing of the petition for validation against the Design approval certificate Bundle; or b. immediately after acquiring the Design approval certificate validation against the bundle. www.peraturan.go.id 2015, no. 186 Sixth Section 48 Validation against the approval of Shipping Radioactive Substances published by the supervisory authority country of origin of the transport of Radioactive Substances Article 99 (1) every person who will incorporate: a. the bundle type B (M); b. the bundle type B (M) which is not in accordance with the design for the bundle type B (M); c. the bundle type B (M) containing the radioactive substance with an activity greater than 3000 (three thousand) A1, 3000 (three thousand) A2, or 1000TBq (a thousand terrabecquerel); d. the bundle type B (U) that contains the radioactive substance with an activity greater than 3000 (three thousand) A1, 3000 (three thousand) A2, or 1000TBq (a thousand terra Becquerel); e. Bundle type C that contains a radioactive substance with an activity greater than 3000 (three thousand) A1, 3000 (three thousand) A2, or 1000TBq (a thousand terrabecquerel); and f. the bundle containing fissile material with a number of Safety Index Inquiries on a transport vehicle or container exceeds 50 (fifty), into the territory of the unitary State of Republic of Indonesia for the purpose of transit through or stop at the customs area of the Republic of Indonesia a unitary State with or without replacing the mandatory transport means have the validation against the approval of shipping radioactive substances published by the supervisory authority country of origin of the transport of Radioactive Substances. (2) every person to obtain a validation against the approval of shipping radioactive substances published by the supervisory authority country of origin of the transport of Radioactive Substances as referred to in subsection (1) must apply in writing to the head of BAPETEN after has: a. notification of the implementation of the transport of Radioactive Substances as stipulated in article 77; b. certificates of approval validation Design radioactive substances as referred to in article 89; and c. the validation of certificates of approval Design Bundle as referred to in article 96. www.peraturan.go.id 2015, no. 18549 Article 100 (1) head of BAPETEN after receiving the application for validation against the approval of shipping radioactive substances published by the supervisory authority country of origin of the transport of Radioactive Substances as referred to in article 99 do the assessment of not more than 5 (five) working days since the application was received. (2) in terms of the results showed: a. petition for validation against the approval of shipping radioactive substances published by the supervisory authority country of origin of the transport of Radioactive Substances meet the requirements, the head of BAPETEN published validation against the approval of shipping radioactive substances published by the supervisory authority country of origin of the transport of Radioactive Substances, the longest 3 (three) working days since the results of the assessment are known; or b. the application for validation against the approval of shipping radioactive substances published by the supervisory authority country of origin of the transport of Radioactive Substances do not meet the requirements, the head of BAPETEN refused the application for validation against the approval of shipping radioactive substances published by the supervisory authority country of origin of the transport of Radioactive Substances is accompanied with the reason for denial. (3) Validation against the approval of shipping radioactive substances published by the supervisory authority country of origin of the transport of Radioactive Substances as referred to in paragraph (2) letter a at least contain: a. the identity of the applicant; b. specification of radioactive substances and the bundle; c. schedule of arrival of radioactive substances and the bundle; d. route the transport of Radioactive Substances; e. obligations of the applicant; f. validity validation against the approval of shipping radioactive substances published by the supervisory authority country of origin of the transport of Radioactive Substances; and g. the identification mark. (4) further Provisions regarding the validation against the charge approval delivery of radioactive substances published by the supervisory authority country of origin of the transport of Radioactive Substances is regulated by regulation the head of BAPETEN. www.peraturan.go.id


2015, no. 185 50 Article 101 Validation against the approval of shipping radioactive substances published by the supervisory authority country of origin of the transport of Radioactive Substances released by the head of BAPETEN as stipulated in article 100 paragraph (2) letter a is valid for 1 (one) time transit through and/or stop at the customs area of the Republic of Indonesia a unitary State with or without replacing the transport means and cannot be extended. Article 102 any person who has had a validation against the approval of shipping radioactive substances published by the home country supervisory authority Transport obligated to perform the carriage of Radioactive Substances Substances radioactive through and/or stop at the customs area of the Republic of Indonesia a unitary State with or without replacing the means transport in accordance with the obligations listed in the validation against the approval of shipping radioactive substances published by the supervisory authority country of origin of the transport of Radioactive Substances and laws and regulations. CHAPTER VIII the ADMINISTRATIVE SANCTIONS to article 103 (1) of the sender that does not meet or conduct in violation of the provisions of article 8 paragraph (1), article 14 paragraph (2), article 16 paragraph (1), article 17 paragraph (1), article 20 paragraph (1), article 9 paragraph (2) and paragraph (3), article 26 paragraph (1) of article 30, paragraph (1), article 31, article 33 paragraph (1), article 36 paragraph (2) Article 38, paragraph (1) and paragraph (2) of article 40, paragraph (1) and paragraph (2), article 41 paragraph (1) and paragraph (2) of article 45, paragraph (1) of article 47, paragraph (1), article 53 paragraph (1), article 54, article 57 subsection (1) of article 58, paragraph (1), article 59, article 62 paragraph (1) letter d, letter f, letter g, letter h, and the letters i, Article 65 paragraph (1) and paragraph (3) Article 68, paragraph (1) and paragraph (3) of article 69, paragraph (1), article 76 paragraph (1) of article 77, paragraph (1), article 80, paragraph (1) and/or Article 82 paragraph (1) are the administrative sanction in the form of a written warning. (2) the sender is obligated to follow up warning written in the longest period of 10 (ten) counted from the date of the establishment of a working warning in writing. (3) in the event that the sender doesn't adhere to written warnings as referred to in paragraph (2), the head of BAPETEN gives a written warning. (4) the sender is obliged to follow up the second written warning as referred to in paragraph (3) within a period of not longer than 10 (ten) days counted from the date of the establishment of a written warning. www.peraturan.go.id 2015, no. 18551 (5) in the event that the sender doesn't adhere to written warnings as referred to in paragraph (2), the head of BAPETEN suspend the activities of the transport of Radioactive Substances. (6) the sender is obliged to suspend the activities of the transport of Radioactive Substances as of since the establishment of the temporary cessation of activities decision the carriage of Radioactive Substances as referred to in paragraph (5). (7) the decision of the temporary suspension of the activities of the transport of Radioactive Substances is valid until the fulfillment of the provisions of the technical safety of the transport of Radioactive Substances in the Radiation and technical provision of Security In the transport of Radioactive Substances. (8) a sender who keep doing the activities of transport of Radioactive Substances during the temporary suspension of activities of the transport of Radioactive Substances as referred to in subsection (7) is an administrative sanction in the form of freezing the permit utilization of ionizing radiation sources and utilization of nuclear materials. Article 104 of the sender that does not meet or conduct in violation of the provisions of article 80 paragraph (1) are the administrative sanction in the form of freezing the permit utilization of ionizing radiation sources and utilization of nuclear materials. Article 105 (1) the sender is obliged to suspend the activities of the utilization of ionizing radiation sources and utilization of nuclear materials accounting since the establishment decision of freezing the permit referred to in Article 103 paragraph (8) and article 104. (2) the freezing of the permit is valid until the fulfillment of the provisions of the technical safety of the transport of Radioactive Substances in the Radiation and technical provision of Security In the transport of Radioactive Substances. (3) in the event that the sender has the technical Safety provisions meet the Radiation In the transport of Radioactive Substances and the provisions of the technical security in the transport of Radioactive Substances is well referred to in subsection (2), the sender told the head of BAPETEN. (4) the head of BAPETEN BAPETEN Inspector sent a team to check the fulfilment of the provisions of the technical safety of the transport of Radioactive Substances in the Radiation and technical provision of Security In the transport of Radioactive Substances as referred to in paragraph (3). www.peraturan.go.id 2015, no. 185 52 (5) in the event the Inspector team BAPETEN stated the sender has met the provisions of the technical safety of the transport of Radioactive Substances in the Radiation and technical provision of Security In the transport of Radioactive Substances, head of BAPETEN published a decision enforcing the back permits utilization of ionizing radiation sources and utilization of nuclear materials. Article 106 (1) the Carrier does not meet or conduct in violation of the provisions of article 64 is an administrative sanction. (2) administrative Sanctions referred to in paragraph (1) is given in accordance with the provisions of the legislation. CHAPTER IX TRANSITIONAL PROVISIONS Article 107 at the time when this Regulation comes into force, the whole Design approval certificate a radioactive substance, certificates of approval, approval of the bundle Design shipping radioactive substances, validation of the Design approval certificate against a radioactive substance, and validation of certificates of approval Design Bundle, stated remains valid until the validity period is over. Article 108 carriage of Radioactive Substances to be implemented prior to the enactment of mandatory Government regulations adapted to the provisions of this Regulation the longest 3 (three) months since the Government regulation is applicable. CHAPTER X the CLOSING PROVISIONS Article 109 at the time this Regulation went into effect: a. all legislation is the regulation of implementation of Government Regulation number 26 in 2002 about the safety of the transport of Radioactive Substances (State Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia Number 51 in 2002, an additional Sheet of the Republic of Indonesia Number 4201), was still in effect along does not conflict with the provisions of this Regulation; and www.peraturan.go.id


2015, no. 18553 b. Government Regulation number 26 in 2002 about the safety of the transport of Radioactive Substances (State Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia Number 51 in 2002, an additional Sheet of the Republic of Indonesia Number 4201) revoked and declared inapplicable. Article 110 of this Regulation comes into force on the date of promulgation. In order to make everyone aware of it, ordered the enactment of this Regulation with its placement in the State Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia. Established in Jakarta on August 10, 2015, the PRESIDENT of the REPUBLIC of INDONESIA, JOKO WIDODO Enacted in Jakarta on August 10, 2015, MINISTER of LAW and HUMAN RIGHTS Republic of INDONESIA, YASONNA h. www.peraturan.go.id LAOLY 2015, no. 185 54 ANNEX I REGULATION the GOVERNMENT of REPUBLIC of INDONESIA NUMBER 58 by 2015 ABOUT RADIATION SAFETY and SECURITY of RADIOACTIVE SUBSTANCES in the TRANSPORT INDUSTRY BUNDLE for USE of a RADIOACTIVE SUBSTANCE LOW and KIND of ACTIVITY CONTAMINATED SURFACE Radioactive Substances used Transport Industry Bundle exclusively Transport in Noneksklusif Activity Type Low-I Solid Bundle industry – I Parcel industry – I Parcel industry-I Liquid Bundle II-Industrial Activities Low-Type II Solid Bundle industry-II Bundle industry-II liquid and gas Piping industry-II Bundle industry-III type of Low-Activity III Bundle industry-II Bundle industry-III Surface Contaminated Objects – I Parcel industry – I Parcel industry-I-II Surface Contaminated Objects Bundle industry-II Bundle industry-II, PRESIDENT of the REPUBLIC of INDONESIA JOKO WIDODO www.peraturan.go.id 2015, no. 18555 www.peraturan.go.id 2015, no. 185 56 www.peraturan.go.id 2015 No. 948 www.peraturan.go.id 2015, no. 58 www.peraturan.go.id 185, no. 2015 18559 www.peraturan.go.id 2015, no. 185 60 www.peraturan.go.id 2015, no. 18561 www.peraturan.go.id 2015, no. 185 62 www.peraturan.go.id 2015, no. 18563 www.peraturan.go.id 2015, no. 185 64 www.peraturan.go.id 2015, no. 18565 www.peraturan.go.id 2015, no. 185 www.peraturan.go.id 2015, 66 No. 18567 www.peraturan.go.id 2015, no. 188 68 www.peraturan.go.id 2015, no. 18569 www.peraturan.go.id 2015, no. 185 70 www.peraturan.go.id 2015, no. 18571 www.peraturan.go.id 2015, no. 185 www.peraturan.go.id 72, no. 2015 18573 www.peraturan.go.id 2015, no. 185 74 www.peraturan.go.id 2015 18575. www.peraturan.go.id 2015, no. 185 www.peraturan.go.id 76, no. 2015 18577 APPENDIX III REGULATION of GOVERNMENT of the REPUBLIC of INDONESIA NUMBER 58 by 2015 ABOUT RADIATION SAFETY and SECURITY of RADIOACTIVE SUBSTANCES in TRANSPORT ACTIVITY BOUNDARY VALUE for the BUNDLE to ANOTHER form of Radioactive Substance Physics boundary value Activity equipment or Items of equipment or Activity Limit Value of goods in the bundle, the Bundle of solid Activity Limit value is: a. a special Form Radioactive Substance 10-2A1 A1 10-3A1 b. a radioactive substance other than Special Form Radioactive Substance 10-2A2 A2 10-3A2 Liquid : 10-10-10 1A2 3A2-4A2 Tritium Gas: a. 2 x 10-2A2 2 x 10-2 x 10-1A2 2A2 b. Special Form Radioactive Substance 10-10-10 2A1 3A1-3A1 c. a radioactive substance other than Special Form Radioactive Substance 10-10-10 2A2 3A2-3A2, PRESIDENT of the REPUBLIC of INDONESIA JOKO WIDODO www.peraturan.go.id 2015, no.185 78 ANNEX IV REGULATIONS of the GOVERNMENT of the REPUBLIC of INDONESIA NUMBER 58 by 2015 ABOUT RADIATION SAFETY and SECURITY of RADIOACTIVE SUBSTANCES in the CARRIAGE of FREIGHT Transport Index INDEX DETERMINATION can be determined through measurement of the maximum radiation levels are as follows : a. the maximum radiation levels measurements using unit mSv/h (milisievert per hour) and carried out at a distance of 1 m (one meter) of the surface of the bundle wrapper or outside. The transport index value retrieved from the multiplication of the number of maximum radiation level measurement results with the number 100 (one hundred); b. for a radioactive substance Low Type Activity in the form of uranium and thorium minerals here konsentratnya, the maximum radiation level at any point on a distance of 1 m (one meter) from the outer surface of the charge defined as listed in table 1; Table 1. The VALUE of the MAXIMUM RADIATION LEVEL at ANY POINT on a DISTANCE of 1 M (ONE METER) for the BUNDLE CONTAINS the TYPE of ACTIVITY of a RADIOACTIVE SUBSTANCE is a LOW FORM of MINERALS of URANIUM, THORIUM and KONSENTRATNYA No. Maximum Radiation level Radioactive Substances of low activity of Type 1. 0.4 mSv/h (zero coma four milisievert per hour) for minerals and concentrates of uranium and thorium is physical; 2.0.3 mSv/h (zero comma three milisievert per hour) for chemical concentrates thorium; and 3. 0.02 mSv/h (zero comma zero two milisievert per hour) for chemical concentrates of uranium, other than uranium heksaflorida; www.peraturan.go.id 2015, no. 18579 c. to tank, crates, Radioactive Substances and Low-I kind of Activity or Surface Contaminated Objects-I carried without the use of the parcel, the maximum radiation level measurement is carried out (in mSv/h) at a distance of 1 m (one meter) of the surface of the tank, crates, Radioactive Substances and Low-I kind of Activity or Surface Contaminated Objects-I carried without the use of the bundle. The transport index value retrieved from the multiplication of the number of maximum radiation level measurement results with factors as listed in table 2 below: table 2. MULTIPLIER for the tank, CRATES, RADIOACTIVE SUBSTANCES and LOW-I KIND of ACTIVITY or SURFACE CONTAMINATED OBJECTS-I CARRIED without USING the PARCEL Size Multiplier Muatana the size of the payload is smaller than or equal to 1 m2 (one square meter) 1 Size payloads larger than 1 m2 (one square meter) but smaller than or equal to 5 m2 (five square meters) 2 charge Size greater than 5 m2 (five square meters) but smaller than 20 m2 (twenty 3 square meters) payload Size greater than 20 m2 (twenty square metres) 10 a the widest cross-section Area of the charge that is being measured. d. value obtained as referred to in letter a, letter b, letter c, and are rounded to one decimal, such as 1.13 (one comma thirteen) became 1.2 (comma two one), except for the value of 0.05 (zero zero comma five) or less can be considered to be 0 (zero). e. the transport Index for each of the outer wrapping and the Container can also be ditentuan by way of summing up the whole of the transport Index on the entire Bundle contained in the outer packaging, Container, or vehicle transport. The PRESIDENT of the Republic of INDONESIA, JOKO WIDODO www.peraturan.go.id


2015, no. 185 80 ANNEX V of REGULATION the GOVERNMENT of REPUBLIC of INDONESIA NUMBER 58 by 2015 ABOUT RADIATION SAFETY and SECURITY of RADIOACTIVE SUBSTANCES in TRANSPORT of RADIATION SIGN, LABEL and PLACARD i. RADIATION SIGN for the BUNDLE type B (U), type B (M), and TYPE C figure 1 Description: X is the size of the radius of the circle Center signs radiation, with a minimum size of 4 mm (millimeters). www.peraturan.go.id 2015, no. 18581 II. LABEL a. category I-white figure 2 www.peraturan.go.id 2015, no. 185 82 b. CATEGORY II-yellow Figure 3 www.peraturan.go.id 2015, no. 18583 c. CATEGORY III-yellow Figure 4 www.peraturan.go.id 2015, no.185 84 d. FISSILE MATERIAL Figure 5 www.peraturan.go.id 2015, no. 18585 III. PLACARD and UN NUMBER for the INCLUSION of an ORDINANCE on the PLAQUE the PLAQUE PICTURE a. Figure 6 www.peraturan.go.id 2015, no. 185 B 86. ORDINANCES UNDER the UN NUMBER on PLACARDS the inclusion of UN Number done on: a. on the same placards as listed in Figure 7; or b. on the plaque is individually as listed in Figure 8. Figure 7 www.peraturan.go.id 2015, no. 18587 Figure 8. UN NUMBER PLAQUE Picture 8 The PRESIDENT of the Republic of INDONESIA, JOKO WIDODO www.peraturan.go.id 2015, no.185 88 ANNEX VI REGULATION of GOVERNMENT of the REPUBLIC of INDONESIA NUMBER 58 by 2015 ABOUT RADIATION SAFETY and SECURITY of RADIOACTIVE SUBSTANCES in the LIST of UN NUMBERS FREIGHT, SHIPPING NAME and DESCRIPTION No. The UN number and Shipping Name Deskripsia Another Bundle 1. UN 2908 RADIOACTIVE SUBSTANCES, ANOTHER PARCEL-WRAPPING--VACANT 2. UN 2909 RADIOACTIVE SUBSTANCES, the BUNDLE to ANOTHER---ARTICLE TERMANUFAKTUR of URANIUM or natural URANIUM or NATURAL THORIUM TERDEPLESI 3. UN 2910 RADIOACTIVE SUBSTANCES, ANOTHER BUNDLE---LIMITED QUANTITY of MATERIAL 4. UN 2911, RADIOACTIVE SUBSTANCES are EXCLUDED--BUNDLE-instrument or ARTICLE 5. UN 3507 HEKSAFLORIDA URANIUM, a RADIOACTIVE SUBSTANCE, ANOTHER PARCEL, of less than 0, 1 kg per Parcel, not fissile or fissile excepted Radioactive Substances of low activity of Type 6. UN 2912 RADIOACTIVE SUBSTANCES, activity TYPE (AJR-I) is not a fissile or fissile excepted 7. UN 3321 RADIOACTIVE SUBSTANCES, activity TYPE (AJR II) instead of fissile or fissile excepted 8. UN 3322 RADIOACTIVE SUBSTANCES, activity TYPE (AJR-III) is not fissile or fissile excepted 9. UN 3324 a RADIOACTIVE SUBSTANCE, activity TYPE (AJR-II), Fissile www.peraturan.go.id 2015, no. 18589 No. The UN number and Shipping Name Deskripsia 10. UN 3325 a RADIOACTIVE SUBSTANCE, activity TYPE (AJR-III), the surface Contaminated Objects Fissile 11. UN 2913 RADIOACTIVE SUBSTANCES, CONTAMINATED OBJECTS on the SURFACE (BTP-BTP-I or II) is not a fissile or fissile excepted 12. UN 3326 RADIOACTIVE SUBSTANCES, CONTAMINATED OBJECTS on the SURFACE (BTP-BTP-I or II), FISSILE Bundle type A 13. UN 2915 RADIOACTIVE SUBSTANCES, the BUNDLE type A, not a special form, not fissile or fissile excepted. UN 3327 RADIOACTIVE SUBSTANCES, the BUNDLE type A particular form is not FISSILE, 15. UN 3332 a RADIOACTIVE SUBSTANCE, the BUNDLE type A, a SPECIAL FORM is not fissile or fissile excepted. UN 3333 a RADIOACTIVE SUBSTANCE, the BUNDLE type A, SPECIAL FORM, FISSILE MATERIAL the bundle type B (U) 17. 2916 RADIOACTIVE SUBSTANCES, the BUNDLE of TYPE B (U), not fissile material the fissile material are excluded. 3328 RADIOACTIVE SUBSTANCES, the BUNDLE of TYPE B (U), FISSILE MATERIAL the bundle type B (M) 19. 2917 RADIOACTIVE SUBSTANCES, the BUNDLE of TYPE B (M), not the fissile material or the fissile material are excluded. 3329 RADIOACTIVE SUBSTANCES, the BUNDLE of TYPE B (M), FISSILE MATERIAL the bundle Type C 21. 3323 RADIOACTIVE SUBSTANCES, the BUNDLE TYPE C, instead of 2015, www.peraturan.go.id no. 185 90 No. The UN number and Shipping Name Deskripsia fissile or fissile excepted materials 22. 3330 RADIOACTIVE SUBSTANCES, the BUNDLE TYPE C, Uranium Hexafluoride FISSILE MATERIALS 23. 2977 URANIUM HEXAFLUORIDE, a RADIOACTIVE SUBSTANCE, the FISSILE MATERIAL 24. 2978 URANIUM HEXAFLUORIDE, a RADIOACTIVE SUBSTANCE is not fissile materials or fissile material are excluded, the PRESIDENT of the REPUBLIC of INDONESIA JOKO WIDODO www.peraturan.go.id 2015, no. 18591 www.peraturan.go.id 2015, no.185 92 www.peraturan.go.id 2015, no. 18593 www.peraturan.go.id 2015, no. 185 94 www.peraturan.go.id 2015, no. 18595 www.peraturan.go.id 2015, no. 185 96 www.peraturan.go.id

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