Radiation Safety Council Charter

Original Language Title: Radiācijas drošības padomes nolikums

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Cabinet of Ministers Regulations No. 544 in Riga on July 26 2005 (pr. No 43 33) radiation safety regulations issued by the Council in accordance with the public administration facilities article 13 of the law 1. Radiation Safety Council (hereinafter Council) is a consultative body whose purpose is to advise the public and the Government institutions and authorities, as well as the other institutions and bodies on matters related to radiation safety and nuclear safety, as well as to promote cooperation between the various institutions in strengthening of radiation safety.
2. The Council shall have the following functions: 2.1. make recommendations to the State, municipalities and other institutions for the improvement of the radiation safety and nuclear safety;
2.2. prepare proposals with radiation safety and nuclear safety related legislation projects;
2.3. to make recommendations to the national authorities for the necessary amendments to the radiation safety and nuclear safety regulatory legislation;
2.4. provide public information on the competence of the Council questions and exchange information with other institutions;
2.5. to promote national and local government bodies and to coordinate their activities in order to increase the radiation safety and nuclear safety culture, as well as to improve the level of qualifications of employees in matters relating to radiation safety and nuclear safety.
3. the Council shall have the following tasks: 3.1 analyse national policy for radiation safety and nuclear safety and radiation safety and nuclear safety measures;
3.2. prior to the submission to the Ministry of the environment to assess the radiation Security Center to prepare the draft legislation related to radiation safety and nuclear safety;
UR3.3.izv ērtē the radiation Security Center collects on radiation safety and nuclear safety, as well as about the use of sources and make recommendations to the national authorities for the necessary amendments to the radiation safety and nuclear safety regulatory legislation;
UR3.4.izv ērtē proposals on radiation safety and nuclear safety required in specialist vocational training strategy and to advise the institutions on matters related to training and retraining programmes and vocational training to facilitate the determination of the criteria for radiation safety and nuclear safety educational development of the country;
3.5. the Ministry of the environment to provide opinions on the proposals received from State and local authorities on the presence of radiation safety and nuclear safety related international organizations;
3.6. the radiation safety Centre to advise of special permissions (licenses) of the service activities with national nuclear facilities to assess the expected impact of such activities on radiation safety and the expected results.
4. the Council shall have the following rights: 4.1 according to competence to cooperate with State and local authorities, private individuals, as well as with foreign institutions;
4.2. to request and receive, free of charge from the Council's private work required information related to radiation safety, nuclear safety and radiation safety strengthening cooperation;
4.3. to invite to participate in the Board meetings in an advisory capacity at national and local government bodies, as well as representatives of non-governmental organizations, experts and professionals.
5. the Council shall consist of two representatives from the Interior Ministry and one representative from the following institutions: 5.1 the Ministry of defence;
5.2. The Ministry of the economy;
5.3. the Ministry of welfare;
5.4. The Ministry of transport;
5.5. The Ministry of health;
5.6. the Ministry of the environment;
5.7. the radiation safety Centre;
5.8. the University or Technical University of Riga;
5.9. The Latvian Association of Radiologists.
6. The President of the Council is Deputy State Secretary, Ministry of. Council in the absence of the President, his duties shall be carried out by the Council's Vice-Chairman is elected.
7. The President of the Council of Europe and organised by UR7.1.pl: the work of the Council;
7.2. approve the agenda of the Council, convene and chair the meetings of the Council, sign the decisions of the Council, the minutes of meetings of the Council and other Council documents;
7.3. cooperate with the relevant organizations and institutions, between tautiskaj, representative of the Council to international events, and signing the Council reviews or other information intended for submission to international organizations.
8. the work of the Council in an advisory capacity can participate with radiation safety and nuclear safety related public institutions and non-governmental organisations authorised representatives.
9. The Council shall convene at least once a semester.
10. extraordinary sessions shall be convened at the request of the President of the Council or at least three members of the Governing Council. Extraordinary meeting of the Council statement on the Secretary not later than three days before the meeting.
11. the Council are valid if they participate in the hearing not less than half of the Board members (including at least one radiation safety and nuclear security specialist).
12. the Council decision shall be adopted by a simple majority, a vote. If the vote splits, like the President of the Council shall have a casting vote or, in the absence of the Chairman, the Deputy Chairman of the Council's vote.
13. The decisions of the Council and the findings are recommendations.
14. the Council meetings are open to the public. Council decisions and opinions are available to any interested party.
15. the minutes of the Council. The minutes of the sitting of the Council indicate the agenda, meeting participants, and the people who commented on the matter, as well as the decisions taken.
16. If the Council does not support the decision, he has the right to make their views known in writing. The views of the members of the Council the Council added to the Protocol.
17. the functions of the Secretary of the Board shall be carried out by the Council's President appointed a representative of the Ministry of the environment. The Secretary of the Council the Council shall not have the right to vote.
18. the Council approved the agenda for the meeting and another with agenda related materials the Secretary not later than five working days before the regular session of the Council sent electronically to all members of the Council.
19. Council functions facilities provide the Ministry of the environment under the State budget allocations.
20. Be declared unenforceable in the Cabinet of Ministers of 20 March 2001, Regulation No 132 "Radiation Safety Council Charter" (Latvian journal, 2001, no. 48).
Prime Minister a. Halloween Environment Minister r. vējonis Editorial Note: the entry into force of the provisions to 30 July 2005.