Radiation Safety Center Rules

Original Language Title: Radiācijas drošības centra nolikums

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Read the untranslated law here: https://www.vestnesis.lv/ta/id/101886

Cabinet of Ministers Regulations No. 123 in Riga in 2005 (15 February. No. 9 10) radiation safety Center rules Issued in accordance with the law of public administration facilities 16. the first paragraph of article i. General questions 1. Radiation Safety Center (hereinafter referred to as the Centre) is the Minister of the environment would need a direct regulatory authority. 2. the aim of the Centre is effective public administration functions in the radiation safety and nuclear safety, to protect the population, employees and the environment from harmful effects of ionising radiation. II. functions of the Centre and centre right 3. law "on radiation safety and nuclear safety" in certain functions. 4. in order to ensure the fulfilment of the functions of the Centre: 4.1 supports the Republic of Latvia the binding international treaty enforcement in radiation safety and nuclear safety;
4.2. provide public information on State radiation safety and nuclear safety policy and protection against ionizing radiation;
4.3. organizes and coordinates the environmental monitoring of radioactive contamination, compile and analyse environmental radioactive contamination monitoring data and the request by the national authorities provide them with monitoring data;
4.4. provide direct administrative and local authorities advice on radiation safety and nuclear safety and radiation safety principles and regulations governing nuclear safety requirements;
4.5. perform other law tasks radiation safety, nuclear and radiological emergency management area. 5. The Centre shall have a law "on radiation safety and nuclear safety", as well as the rights the following rights: to participate in foreign and 5.1 international institutions cooperation projects, Pro and gramm activities;
5.2. to close private transactions that are required for the operation of the Centre;
5.3. receive donations, donations and foreign financial assistance;
5.4. provide individual dosimetric measurements for paid services. III. activities of the Centre organization 6. The Centre shall be headed by a Director. The Director of the Centre is the main national radiation safety and nuclear safety inspector. 7. the Director of the Centre shall carry out public administration facilities Act direct authorities managerial functions. 8. the Centre, the Director shall set up management of the internal organisational structure. 9. the Centre's inspectors have the right without notice, special permissions, fees and other restrictions, the presentation of the service card, smooth visit any object on the territory of Latvia, irrespective of the capacity and the offer of the agenda of the visit, if it is taken with ionizing radiation sources, excluding special mode institutions and territory, which evaluated would coordinate with the management of the institution concerned or the administration of the territory. Inspectors of the Centre have the right to visit any object that is scheduled to take action on sources of ionising radiation. 10. the Centre's officials and employees of their duties, as well as civil or labour relations prohibits disclosure of termination (other than law enforcement authorities competent to receive the relevant information) the following information: 10.1. secrets of the test object work processes that become known to them in the performance of their duties;
10.2. details of person who informed the Centre on radiation safety and nuclear safety regulatory legislation. IV. activities of the Centre for Justice and reporting 11. Center for the rule of law provide the Director of the Centre. The Director of the Centre is responsible for the management decisions for the creation and operation of the system. 12. the Director of the Centre shall be entitled to cancel the decisions taken by the Centre's officials in managerial decisions. 13. the Centre's officials issued administrative act or actual action may be challenged, by submitting the application to the Director of the Centre. The decision of the Director may appeal to the Court. 14. the Director of the Centre to succeed administrative or actual action can challenge the environmental monitoring national Office. Environmental monitoring national Office can appeal the decision in court. 15. the decision taken by the Director of the center of the legal status of the officers in the establishment, change or termination or decision which significantly restricts human rights officials, the Ministry of the environment may be challenged, if other law does not provide otherwise. The Ministry of the environment's decision can be appealed in court. 16. the Centre legislation duly prepared a public annual report on the Centre's functions and the use of financial resources. 17. the Centre at the request of the Ministry of the environment provides information on the use of the financial resources of the Centre or individual tasks. V. closing question 18. Be declared unenforceable in the Cabinet of 22 May 2001 on the terms of Nr. 205 "radiation safety Center Charter" (Latvian journal, 2001, nr. 80). Prime Minister-Minister of Justice s. Āboltiņ 's Minister for the environment r. vējonis