Nuclear energy law

Original Language Title: Kernenergiewet

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Law of 21 February 1963 laying down rules for the liberalization of nuclear power and the use of radioactive substances and ionizing radiation

We JULIANA, at the grace of God, Queen of the Netherlands, Princess of Orange-Nassau, etc., etc., etc.

All of them, who will see or hear these, saluut! do know:

In this regard, we have taken the view that it is desirable to regulate nuclear energy and ionizing radiations, in particular to promote good development in the free movement of nuclear energy. the use of radioactive materials and ionising radiations in order to protect against the hazards associated with them;

In this way, we, the Council of State, and with the mean consultations of the States-General, have been well-regarded and understood to be right and to be understood by the following:

Chapter I. Concepts and scope

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Article 1

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  • 1 The following shall be understood in this Act and the provisions which are based thereon:

    • a. Nuclear energy: energy, released into fission or fusion of nuclear nuclei;

    • b. "fissile materials" means substances which contain at least a percentage of uranium, plutonium, thorium or other elements which may be determined by a general measure of management;

    • c. ores: ores weighing at least a tenth of a per cent of uranium or 3% thorium and carrying out operations on account of their fissure or farm properties;

    • d. radioactive substances: substances other than nuclear fuels and ores, which contain radionuclides in such a way that, in so far as they are concerned with the protection against ionising radiation, they must not be neglected;

    • e. ionizing radiation: X-rays and gamma radiation, as well as corpuscular radiation, capable of producing ion-forming;

    • f. apparatus: aircraft which is capable of transmitting ionising radiation and containing no radioactive material, fuel or ore;

    • g. competent authority: governing body empowered to issue a decision.

  • 2 The nomination, amendment or revocation of a general measure of management as referred to in paragraph 1 (b) shall be addressed to Us by Our Ministers for Economic Affairs and Social Affairs and Employment.


Article 2

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The provisions of this Act also include the application for a reconnaissance, extraction or extraction of minerals or geothermal heat, or the storage of materials to the extent that this occurs on the continental shelf, intended for the purposes of the Mining Act .

Chapter II. The Reactor Safety Commission

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Article 3 [ Exchanges per 21-02-1997]

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Article 4 [ Exchanges per 21-02-1997]

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Article 5 [ Exchanges by 21-02-1997]

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Article 6 [ Exchanges by 21-02-1997]

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Article 7 [ Expired on 21-02-1997]

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Article 8 [ Expired on 21-02-1997]

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Article 9 [ Expired on 21-02-1997]

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Article 9a [ Expired on 21-02-1997]

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Article 10 [ Expired on 21-02-1997]

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Article 11 [ Exposition by 21-02-1997]

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Article 12 [ Exposition by 21-02-1997]

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Chapter III. Fissile materials, ores and devices

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Section 1. Registration of fissile materials and ores

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Article 13

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  • 1 There is a register listing the information of fissile materials, ores and other substances from which fissile materials can be obtained and containing by weight at least a tenth per cent uranium or 3 per cent thorium; of which according Article 14 declaration was made.

  • 2 In the case of, or under general management, the establishment of the register shall be regulated and the cases notified, in which information may be provided from the register.

  • 3 Our Minister for Economic Affairs is responsible for the management of the register and the provision of information.


Article 14

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  • 1 Each carrying fissile materials or ores or other materials from which fissile materials can be obtained and containing by weight at least a tenth per cent uranium or three per cent thorium. Has, within or outside the territory of the Netherlands, bringing or doing so, has no obligation to do so, is required to do so on the administration and for the purposes of the Article 13 declare the invitation to tender, in cases to be determined by a general management measure, and in accordance with the rules to be laid down in the measure.

  • 2 Each, which has determined the presence of ores or other substances from which fissile materials can be obtained and which count by weight at least a tenth of or three per cent uranium in the soil, shall be obliged to General management measures to be determined and in accordance with the measures to be laid down for the purposes of the measures to be taken in respect of the Article 13 declare the invitation to tender.


Section 2. Licences

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Article 15

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It is forbidden without a permit from our Minister for Economic Affairs:

  • (a) to carry, hold, hold or dispose of the fissile materials or ores, whether in or outside the territory of the Netherlands;

  • b. An establishment, in which nuclear power can be released, can be manufactured, processed or processed, or nuclear fuels are stored, set up, put into operation, put into operation, put into operation, outdoors, or to amend or to dismantle an establishment in which nuclear power could be released, fissile materials could be manufactured, processed or processed, or nuclear fuels were stored;

  • c. An equipment suitable for the movement, movement, installation or installation of a vessel or other means of transport, or of such equipment, or to bring it into operation; to keep it in force; or to be changed.


Article 15a

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  • 1 As from 31 December 2033, the following shall expire on the basis of Article 15 (b) , authorisation granted for the operation of the Borssele nuclear power plant operated in 1973, in so far as it concerns the release of nuclear energy.

  • 2 An application for a permit as intended Article 15 (b) In the event of the release of nuclear power in the establishment referred to in paragraph 1, after the date specified in paragraph 1, without prejudice to or without prejudice to the provisions of this Act, the release of nuclear power shall not be granted.


Article 15aa

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In the case of an authorisation as specified in Article 15 (b) , for the amendment of an establishment, an application is made and one or more licences have already been granted under this law. Article 2.6, first, second and fourth paragraphs, of the General Provisions Act applicable mutatis mutandis. Our Minister of Economic Affairs cannot change the rights that the holder of the authorisation derives from the previously granted permits, otherwise than would be possible with the application of Article 18a or Article 19 of this law.


Article 15b

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  • 1 The licence may be refused only in the interest of:

    • a. the protection of humans, animals, plants and goods;

    • b. the safety of the State;

    • c. the safekeeping and security of fissile materials and ores and the security of devices as intended Article 15 (b) ;

    • d. the energy supply;

    • e. to make sure the payment of the fee, to third parties for damage or injury, is inflicted on them;

    • f. the fulfilment of international obligations.

  • 2 Without prejudice to the first paragraph, an authorisation for the establishment of an establishment as referred to in Article 1 shall be Article 15 (b) -shall be refused if the technique described in the application for the release of nuclear energy, the manufacture, processing or processing of fissile materials or the storage of fissile materials in the establishment, in the opinion of our Minister for the Economic matters in the operation of the establishment will be out of date.

  • 3 In addition to the interests referred to in paragraph 1, other interests may be designated by a general measure of management.

  • 4 If we do not, within three months of the entry into force of a general measure of administration, as referred to in paragraph 3, send to the Second Chamber of the States-General a proposal of law to amend this law in accordance with that measure, or if such a proposal is withdrawn or rejected, shall withdraw the measure without delay.


Article 15c

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  • 1 In a licence it shall be clearly indicated to which it relates. The application for the authorisation shall be part of the licence, in so far as it is indicated in the authorisation.

  • 2 A permit may be used to protect the value of Article 15 B designated interests are subject to restrictions.

  • 3 A licence shall be subject to the rules necessary for the protection of the rules laid down in this Regulation, in accordance with the rules laid down in this regard; Article 15 B designated interests. To the extent that, by linking requirements to the permit, the adverse effects of the activity in question cannot be prevented from humans, animals, plants or goods, the rules shall be attached to them, which shall be the greatest possible. provide protection against those consequences, unless it is not reasonably necessary to do so.

  • 4 As far as the fissile materials, minerals, establishments or equipment concerned are subject to rules under Article 21 , the rules may only derogate from those rules, in so far as they are permitted by those rules.


Article 15d

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  • 1 The requirements to be attached to a licence shall indicate the objectives which the holder of the authorisation shall protect from the requirements of: Article 15b the interests identified must be attained in a manner which it shall determine.

  • 2 In so far as it is necessary in the opinion of our Minister for Economic Affairs, the rules may include the means provided for the protection of the aid to or pursuant to Article 15b Designated interests should be applied.


Article 15th

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  • 1 To a permit may be used to protect the value of Article 15 B designated interests other than those in Article 15 Ed shall be connected.

  • 2 A requirement may include the obligation to comply with the requirements laid down in the regulation, subject to the requirements laid down by a regulatory body designated by the regulation. The requirement may indicate how those requirements are to be published by the governing body concerned. A further request shall be made to determine the date on which the obligation is to be fulfilled in respect of such requirement.


Article 15f

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  • 1 The holder of a licence as referred to in Article 15 (b) , for the purpose of putting into effect, putting into effect, using or dismantling an establishment in which nuclear energy can be released, or at the same time as possible, shall be established by Our Ministers of Economic Affairs and of Finance. (i) approved financial security to cover the costs arising from the non-use and dismantling of the establishment.

  • 2 The financial security shall be maintained until such time as the said Ministers have stated in writing that the decommissioning has been completed.

  • 3 The financial security shall be in one or more of the following forms:

    • a. bail or a bank guarantee;

    • (b) taking part in a fund set up for that purpose which, in the opinion of our said Ministers, provides sufficient assurance that the costs referred to in the first paragraph are covered;

    • (c) the provision of any other provision which, in the opinion of our said Ministers, provides sufficient assurance that the costs referred to in paragraph 1 are covered.

  • 4 The application for approval shall indicate the amount and the period for which and the time and manner in which the security is lodged. In addition, the application shall contain an underpinning of the amount of financial security to be lodged. If the application concerns an amendment of data supplied in an earlier application, the application shall be submitted no later than four weeks before the amendment.

  • 5 In the case of, or under general management, rules may be laid down in respect of the application for approval.

  • 6 Provisions may be attached to the approval. In any case, a requirement that the holder of the licence may adjust the amount of security lodged should, in the opinion of the Ministers referred to, be deemed necessary for the purpose of altering the conditions laid down in the provision of the said Regulation. Circumstances.

  • 7 Our said Ministers will decide within six months of the receipt of an application for approval on that application.

  • 8 In the case of or under general management measure, other establishments as referred to in Article 2 may be Article 15 (b) , to be applied mutatis mutandis, shall be the first to be applied mutatis mutandis to the seventh paragraph of this paragraph.


Article 16

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  • 1 In the case of, or under general management, rules governing the manner in which the application for authorization is to be made and the information which may be required of the applicant.

  • 2 In the case of or under the measure, in any case, it shall be determined that the applicant shall, in cases where the authorisation relates to the establishment or change of an establishment, as referred to in Article 2 (2), Article 15 (b) , which is also to be noted as the construction of a construction work as intended Article 2.1, first paragraph, point (a) of the General Provisions Act :

    • a. If the application for an environment permit for that building was submitted at the same time as the application for the authorisation under this Act, a copy of that application for an environmental permit has been submitted to the application;

    • b. if the application for an environmental permit for that building is not submitted at the same time as the application for the authorisation under this Act, a copy of that application for an environmental permit to the competent authority shall be submitted concurrently with the submission of that application.


Article 17

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  • 3 Cases as referred to in point (c) of paragraph 2 shall be those cases:

    • a. In which the possession of fissile materials or their disposal is carried out:

      • 1 °. in a vehicle or on board a vessel or on an aircraft;

      • 2 °. at ever changing places, if such cases belong to a category designated by general management measure, in which the importance of the application of the Section 3.4 of the General Administrative Law does not outweighs the objections attached thereto;

      • 3 °. if previously a corresponding permit has been granted in respect of the same place to the applicant or to the person whose licence is Article 70 does not apply to it and the licence applied for does not result in any adverse effects on the environment or greater than is permitted in accordance with the authorisation in force;

    • b. In which fissile materials specified in a general measure of management are included in a manner in which it is included either in solids which do not emit ionising radiation or are surrounded by a housing;

    • (c) belonging to a category designated by a general measure of management, in which, in view of the way in which the specified fissile materials are applied, the importance of the application of Section 3.4 of the General Administrative Law does not outweighs the concerns attached to it.


Article 17a

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In the case of a general measure of management, the governing bodies shall be designated, other than as advisers, when the decision is drawn up on the application. The measure may designate administrative bodies, which shall give an opportunity to deliver an opinion on the draft decision on the application for authorisation.


Article 18 [ Expired by 01-10-2010]

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Article 18a

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  • 1 Our Minister for Economic Affairs regularly views the limitations under which a licence has been granted, and the regulations attached to a licence are still sufficient in view of developments in the technical field. possibilities for the protection of humans, animals, plants and goods.

  • The Minister for Economic Affairs shall amend or revoke the restrictions under which the authorization has been granted and the rules attached to it, or revoke it, or, if it does, impose restrictions or permit, in so far as it appears that the adverse effects of the activity in question on humans, animals, plants and property may be further reduced in view of the development of the technical possibilities of protection.

  • 3 In the interest of the protection of humans, animals, plants and goods, by general measure of management, rules may be laid down concerning the manner in which the first paragraph is applied in respect of designated categories. of acts. The measure may stipulate that the rules laid down in this Regulation shall apply only in respect of the categories of cases specified.

  • 4 With regard to the decision on the matter and the content of those restrictions and regulations, the Articles 15b to 15b applicable mutatis mutandis.


Article 19

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  • 1 Our Minister of Economic Affairs may amend, supplement or revoke, supplement or revoke any restrictions under which a licence has been granted or impose restrictions or impose conditions on a licence. for the protection of the value of the aid Article 15b designated interests.

  • 2 Any person, with the exception of the holder of the authorisation, may ask our Minister for Economic Affairs to amend an authorisation in the interests of the protection of humans, animals, plants and goods by application of the first paragraph.

  • 3 At the request of the holder of the authorisation, our Minister of Economic Affairs may, by way of limitation, amend, supplement or withdraw any restrictions under which a licence has been granted or apply restrictions or restrictions or restrictions. connect requirements to a permit.

  • 4 In a case as referred to in Article 15b, fourth paragraph The Minister of Economic Affairs shall, as soon as possible after the relevant general measure has been withdrawn, withdraw the rules relating to a licence under that measure. Until such time as the decision to revoke is in force, the rules shall continue to apply.


Article 20

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  • 2 If a request is made as intended in Article 19, second paragraph , the Minister of Economic Affairs shall inform the holder of the authorization in question. It shall be considered to be the applicant in so far as its interest is progressing.


Article 20a

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  • 1 Our Minister of Economic Affairs may revoke the authorization if it is in order to protect the person concerned. Article 15b appropriate interests are necessary.

  • 3 Our Minister of Economic Affairs may authorise the dismantling of an establishment as intended. Article 15 (b) , also withdraw when the decommissioning of that establishment has been completed.


Article 21

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  • 1 In the case of or under general management measure, in order to protect the person concerned or under Article 15b the relevant interests shall be subject to rules relating to the categories of fissile materials, minerals, devices, equipment or parts of devices or equipment, designated for that purpose. The measure may stipulate that the rules laid down in this Regulation shall apply only in respect of the categories of cases specified.

  • 2 In the case of a general measure of management, provision may be made for the Article 15 shall not apply to a category of fuel, ore, plant or equipment belonging to a category designated by that measure in the designated categories of cases, as specified.

  • 3 In the case of, or under general management, rules may be laid down regarding the decommissioning and dismantling of categories of establishments designated under that measure or designated under that measure, as referred to in Article 15 (b) . In the case of or under the measure, it may be determined that the rules laid down in this Regulation shall apply only in the categories of cases specified.

  • 5 If, in the case of a measure under paragraph 1, application is also made to paragraph 2, the obligation may be imposed on the notification of the acts in respect of which the aid is to be taken. Article 15 shall not apply.


Section 3. Intake of fissile materials and ores

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Article 22

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  • 1 Each of the fissile materials or ores, of which it is reasonable to suspect that the fissile materials or ores are, or has or are to be, that they are, are obliged to make a declaration to the effect that they are or are to be Mayor of the municipality, where those goods are located.

  • 2 The mayor shall immediately inform one of the following documents of the declaration made. Article 58, first paragraph Appointed officials.

  • 3 The following Article 58, first paragraph The officials designated shall be responsible for the use of fissile materials and ores and objects which serve or have served on their packaging or storage, and impose a charge under administrative constraints.


Article 23

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  • 1 He, who is competent to have the seized fissile materials or ores under himself, may within three months after the Article 22 (4) The notification provided for in the possession of the goods in question must be sent to the court within whose jurisdiction the taking-up is situated within the jurisdiction of a petition.

  • 2 The court shall examine the application in accordance with the provisions of the sixth section of Title I of the First Book of the Criminal Code and shall, as soon as possible, give a reasoned order.


Article 24

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  • 1 If not within the inside Article 23, first paragraph The period mentioned above or where a request made pursuant to that paragraph has been declared as unfounded, shall cease to be applicable to the State, with the exception of those rights, to the State in possession of that person, whichever is the earlier. they shall be subject to agreements or decisions of international organisations. The following Article 22 (4) , designated institution or person shall notify this in the Official Gazette and one or more newssheets.

  • 2 He, whose rights as a result of the first paragraph has expired to the State, may, within one year of the notification under paragraph 1, recover those rights from the State.


Article 25 [ Expaed by 01-03-1993]

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Section 5. General

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Article 26

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  • 1 The nomination, amendment or revocation of a general measure of management as referred to in this Chapter shall be submitted if it concerns:

    • a. a measure such as: Article 13 or 14 Intended: Our Minister of Economic Affairs;

    • b. a measure such as: Article 15b intended: by Our Ministers, for whom it concerns;

    • c. a measure such as: Article 16 , 17 or 21 intended: by Our Ministers of Economic Affairs and Social Affairs and Employment.

  • 2 With respect to a general measure of management established by Article 14 Our Minister for Economic Affairs can make further rules.


Article 27 [ Exp. by 30-07-1988]

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Chapter IV. Radioactive substances and devices

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Section 1. Radioactive substances

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Article 28

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Any person preparing, transporting, holding, holding, operating, within or outside the territory of the Netherlands, who is preparing, transporting, operating, within or outside the territory of the Netherlands, shall be obliged to conduct an administration in accordance with or without a rules laid down by a general measure of administration.


Article 29

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  • 1 It shall be prohibited without authorization from our Minister of Economic Affairs to designate radioactive substances or, in the light of the above, to prepare, transport, carry out any radioactive substances which may be used for the purpose of to have, to apply, to bring or to bring in or dispose of, within or outside the territory of the Netherlands.

  • 2 In so far as it deviates from the rules laid down by or pursuant to other acts pursuant to the first paragraph, they shall remain outside the scope of application.


Article 29a

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Article 30 [ Expaed by 16-11-2010]

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Article 31

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  • 1 The rules governing the protection of humans, animals, plants and goods shall be subject to the rules laid down in a general measure of management by the general measures of management. To the extent that, by linking requirements to the permit, the adverse effects of the activity in question cannot be prevented from humans, animals, plants or goods, the rules shall be attached to them, which shall be the greatest possible. provide protection against those consequences, unless it is not reasonably necessary to do so.

  • 2 Such rules may entail the obligation to comply with the requirements laid down by administrative bodies designated by the regulation. When making such a requirement, the time shall also be determined on which the obligation is to be fulfilled in respect of such requirement.

  • 3 A licence may be granted for the protection of the interests referred to in paragraph 1.


Article 32

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  • 1 Without prejudice to: Article 29 certain rules governing radioactive substances for the protection of humans, animals, plants and goods or in the interests of the security of those substances may be laid down by or pursuant to general rules of administration.

  • 2 These may include:

    • Arrange the conditions to be met by the person who is preparing, transporting, holding, holding, applying or discontinue the radioactive substances designated by the measure, or

    • (b) arrange for the transport, transport, holding, holding or use of the radioactive substances designated by the measure and the conditions, on which and the circumstances, and on the location, on which and the conditions, among which one may dispose of such substances;

    • (c) arrange the conditions for which means of transport to which the measure is to be carried, which are to be carried out by the measure, must comply with.

  • 3 A general measure of management, as provided for in paragraph 2 (a), (b) or (c), may also entail the obligation to comply with the obligation of administrative bodies designated by the measure to comply with the provisions of the further requirements. When making such a requirement, the time shall also be determined on which the obligation is to be fulfilled in respect of such requirement.

  • 4 In the case of or under the general measure of management referred to in paragraph 1, an obligation may be imposed on the notification of acts designated by that measure.

  • 5 As regards the provisions of the fourth paragraph, the Articles 8.40, 2nd paragraph , 8.41, second, third and fourth members , and 8.42, first to fifth paragraph, of the Environmental Protection Act mutatis mutandis, with the exception that, with regard to the application of Article 8.41 (3) of that Law, 'Our Minister' shall mean our Ministers of Social Affairs and Employment and of Economic Affairs, and:

    • a. where the detailed rules referred to in that Article relate to medical radiation applications, Our Minister for Health, Welfare and Sport;

    • b. where the detailed rules referred to in that Article relate to discharge into surface water, our Minister of Infrastructure and the Environment.

  • 6 If, in the case of a general measure of management, as referred to in paragraph 1, deviates from rules laid down in or under other laws, they shall remain outside the scope of that provision.


Article 33

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  • 1 Each of whom, without being authorized to suspect radioactive substances or substances, of which it is reasonable to suspect that it is, or is receiving, radioactive substances is obliged to make a declaration immediately before the Mayor of the Court of from the municipality, where those goods are located.

  • 2 The mayor shall immediately inform one of the following documents of the declaration made. Article 58, first paragraph Appointed officials.

  • 3 The following Article 58, first paragraph Designated officials shall be empowered to impose a burden under administrative constraints on radioactive substances found to be unauthorised and the articles which serve or have served on their packaging, storage or storage.


Division 2.

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Article 34

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  • 1 In the case of, or under general management, arrangements for the protection of humans, animals, plants and goods may be lodged with regard to appliances.

  • 2 These may include:

    • (a) arrange for the use of appliances designated by the measure to be prohibited, provided that, in our opinion, the usefulness of its use does not outweighs the adverse effects on public health;

    • (b) arrange for the use of appliances which are prohibited by the measure, without authorization;

    • (c) arrange the terms and conditions to which the person assigned to the measure must comply with the conditions;

    • (c) arrange the terms and conditions to which the apparatus designated by the measure must comply;

    • (e) rules relating to the places where, the manner and conditions and conditions, including apparatus designated by the measure, may be used;

    • (f) arrange for the notification of the use of equipment designated by the measure.

  • 4 A licence as referred to in point (b) of paragraph 2 may be granted for protection against adverse effects on humans, animals, plants or goods.

  • 5 A licence as referred to in point (b) of the second paragraph may be subject to rules. To the extent that, by linking requirements to the permit, the adverse effects of the activity in question cannot be prevented from humans, animals, plants or goods, the rules shall be attached to them, which shall be the greatest possible. provide protection against those consequences, unless it is not reasonably necessary to do so.

  • 6 Such rules may, in so far as the measure is not otherwise determined, entail the obligation to comply with the requirements laid down by administrative bodies designated by the regulation. When making such a requirement, the time shall also be determined on which the obligation is to be fulfilled in respect of such requirement.

  • 8 A general measure of management, as provided for in paragraph 2 (c) (d) or (e), may also entail the obligation to comply with the obligation of administrative bodies designated by the measure to comply with the obligations laid down in paragraph 2 of this Article. further requirements. The fifth paragraph, second sentence, shall apply mutatis mutandis.

  • 9 If, in the case of a general measure of management, as referred to in paragraph 1, deviates from rules laid down in or pursuant to other laws, they shall remain outside the scope of that provision.


Section 3. General

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Article 35

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The nomination, amendment or revocation of a general measure of governance under this Chapter is made to Us by Our Ministers of Economic Affairs and of Social Affairs and Employment. If the measure relates to medical radiation applications, the proposal shall be submitted by Our Minister of Health, Welfare and Sport. If the measure relates to surface water discharge, the proposal shall be submitted by our Minister of Infrastructure and the Environment.

Chapter V. Measures relating to work or residence in spaces

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Article 36

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  • 1 Where, in relation to a facility such as: Article 15 (b) , referred to or in respect of an equipment such as that referred to in point C (c), placed in a vessel or other means of transport, or in the case of fissile materials, ores, radioactive substances, or equipment, contrary to the conditions of whether certain is acted under this law, may Article 58, first paragraph Where such officials are required to act in such areas or by residence in such premises, designated officials shall, in the event of such action, expose themselves to a significant danger, the person concerned by the person concerned by the person concerned, who, in the event of a person having the right to carry out his order each person, or persons belonging to the categories designated thereby, to prevent activities in those areas from being carried out or to reside in those categories.

  • 2 The official, who has adopted a decision pursuant to paragraph 1, may, if necessary by using the strong arm, take all measures which he considers necessary to ensure the execution of the decision.

  • 3 A decision adopted pursuant to paragraph 1 shall have a duration of one week unless the relevant Ministers concerned have provided otherwise before the expiry of that period.

Chapter Va. Measurements of radioactivity and operations

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Article 37

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  • 1 In the case of, or under general management, arrangements may be made for the measurement of doses of ionising radiation and of the determination of radioactive contamination, and the registration thereof.

  • 2 These may include:

    • (a) arrange for the persons designated by the measure to carry a means of control of the dose of ionizing radiation to which they have been exposed;

    • (b) arrange for the persons designated by the measure to keep a register in which the dose of ionising radiation to which the holder has been exposed is kept;

    • (c) arrange for the person under whose responsibility the holder of a register such as those referred to in (b) to be subject to ionising radiation to be subject to the registration of the dose in this register;

    • d. arrange for the persons designated by the measure to submit to a medical examination in connection with radiological emergency;

    • (e) arrange for calibration of apparatus for the measurement of doses of ionizing radiation and the determination of radioactive contamination.


Article 37a

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  • 1 The nomination, amendment or repeal of a general measure of management as in Article 37 is intended to be done by our Minister for Economic Affairs and, if it is a measure for the protection of work or the medical aspects of protection against ionizing radiation, our Minister for Social Affairs and The Minister for Health, Welfare and Sport, among others, is a member of the employment sector.

  • 2 With regard to matters covered by a general measure adopted pursuant to paragraph 1, the Minister for Economic Affairs and, if it is a measure for the purpose of the protection of work or medical care, may be The Minister for Social Affairs and Employment, the Minister for Health, Welfare and Sport, should lay down detailed rules for the protection against ionizing radiation.


Article 37b

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  • 1 If, in the opinion of Our Ministers for Economic Affairs and Social Affairs and Employment, the management of an establishment as referred to in Article 15 (b) , there are serious shortcomings, they shall take all measures which they consider to be necessary in the light of the circumstances.

  • 2 To the measures referred to in paragraph 1, the necessary technical, organisational, human and administrative provisions may be taken.

  • 3 If the establishment is in use or is intended for use in the Dutch armed forces or in the armed forces of a federal power, our Ministers shall exercise their competence in accordance with our Minister for the Ministry of the European Union. Defence shall be the responsibility of the authority responsible for the power in question.

Chapter VI. Provisions relating to intervention in the event of accidents or long-term exposures, and their preparation

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Section 1. Introductory provisions

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Article 38

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For the purposes of this Chapter and the provisions based thereon, the following definitions shall apply:

  • a. Our Minister: Our Minister for Economic Affairs;

  • b. Accident: event

    • 1 °. as a result of which radiation is released, or is likely to release, which leads to an increased risk or may lead to man or the environment; or

    • 2. which requires coordinated deployment of services and organizations of different disciplines for the prevention or reduction of an increased radiation risk to man or the environment;

  • c. A category A object:

    • 1 °. a device as intended Article 15 (b) , with the exception of an establishment in which only fissile materials are stored or processed, as well as a uranium enrichment establishment,

    • 2 °. a spacecraft or means of transport fitted with equipment as intended Article 15 (c) ,

    • 3 °. establishments as intended Article 15 (b) , equipment as referred to in Article 15 (c) and establishments or means of transport in which transactions are carried out as referred to in Article 15 (a) relating to fissile materials or ores, to the extent intended for or in use In the case of the Dutch armed forces or in the armed forces of a 'alliance', or

    • 4 °. one with an object within the meaning of 1 ° to 3 ° and under d similar object outside the Netherlands;

  • d. B object category:

    • 1 °. a uranium enrichment device;

    • 2. an establishment in which only fissile materials or radioactive substances are stored or processed;

    • 3 °. a device in which radioactive substances may be prepared or applied;

    • 4 °. a device in which devices are located;

    • 5 °. a means of transport in which there are nuclear fuel or minerals; or

    • 6 °. means a means of transport in which radioactive substances or devices are located;

  • e. radiological emergency: a situation requiring urgent action to protect people, animals, plants and goods from exposure to ionising radiation;

  • Intervention: an operation consisting of the adoption of measures in the event of radiation, radiation routes and humans, animals, plants and goods, to prevent or reduce the exposure to ionising radiation of humans, animals, Plants and goods resulting from:

    • 1 °. a radiological emergency, or

    • 2. a long-term exposure arising from a radiological emergency, or an act or activity involving fissile materials, radioactive substances or devices which has taken place in the past.


Article 38a

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  • 1 Our Minister and our Minister, responsible for the preparation of interventions and for their coordination and implementation, are responsible. Rules governing such preparation, implementation and coordination may be laid down by or pursuant to general management measures.

  • 2 The proposal for the adoption, amendment or withdrawal of a general measure of management as referred to in paragraph 1 shall be made by Our Minister and our Minister.


Article 39

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  • 1 Any person who knows or may reasonably suspect that an accident occurs with a category A or B object is obliged to inform the mayor of the municipality where he is located immediately.

  • 2 The mayor shall inform our Minister without delay of the notification made.

  • 3 The operator of a device as referred to in Article 15, point B The mayor shall, without delay, provide any information necessary in the performance of his or her duties, whether or not upon his request.


Section 2. Organization and coordination

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Article 40

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  • 1 Our Minister and our Minister for the Council are responsible for preparing the organisation for the effective fight against accidents within or outside the Netherlands with category A objects and for the coordination of such accidents. combat. They shall also promote, in particular, the holding of exercises and the conclusion of agreements, which are necessary for the effective control of these accidents.

  • 2 The management of the security region is responsible for preparing the organisation for the effective fight against accidents of category B objects. The mayor is responsible for the coordination of that fight.


Article 41

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The preparation by the management of the safety region of the control of accidents of category A objects and category B objects shall be carried out in accordance with Section 3 of the Law on Security Regions . In the preparation process, the Board of the Security Region shall take into account the, according to Article 40, first paragraph -We have reached agreements.


Article 42

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  • 1 Our Minister, after consultation with our Minister, may, having regard to the more than local significance of an accident involving a category B object, as far as possible after consulting the Mayor of the municipality where that accident has occurred. occur and the chair of the security region, decide that an accident with a category B object is being contested as an accident with a category A object.

  • 2 The mayor of the municipality where that accident occurred, or the chairman of the security region, may ask our Minister to make use of the jurisdiction referred to in the first paragraph.


Section 3. Provision of information

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Article 43

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  • 1 Our Minister and our Minister of the European Parliament shall ensure that the Dutch people are given appropriate information on possible accidents involving a category A object, the measures to prevent and combat them, including measures to protect health and to follow the course of action in these accidents.

  • 2 The information referred to in paragraph 1 shall in any case relate to:

    • a. Data containing basic knowledge about radioactivity and its impact on man and the environment;

    • b. the hazards and consequences of an accident;

    • c. the manner in which the population is alerted in an accident is kept informed and protected;

    • d. the manner in which the population may recognize imminent danger;

    • e. the behaviour to be followed by the population and the measures it is required to take in the event of an accident in order to minimise the harmful effects of such an accident.

  • 3 The provision of the information referred to in the second paragraph, under c, d and P. , shall be carried out at least once a year, and when significant changes are made in the measures described. The information to be provided shall then be updated to the extent necessary.

  • 4 The provision of the information referred to in the second paragraph, under A and B , shall be made at least once every five years, and when significant changes are made in the measures described. The information to be provided shall then be updated to the extent necessary.

  • 5 Our Minister and our Minister, who shall provide information, as referred to in paragraph 4, sooner or later update them if, in their opinion, developments in knowledge on safety, on the assessment of risks or on an assessment of risks, or on the risks of risks to the environment. -effective means of combating accidents to this end.


Article 43a

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  • 1 Our Minister and our Minister of the European Parliament shall ensure that the population affected by an accident involving a category A object or by an accident with a category B object which is affected by the accident Article 42 in the event of an accident involving a category A object, information on the course of action to be followed and the measures taken to combat that accident shall be provided immediately and in the event of repetition. measures to protect health.

  • 2 The information referred to in paragraph 1 shall in any case relate to:

    • a. the accident, in particular on the cause, extent and foreseeable consequences for man and the environment, and on the likely evolution of the accident;

    • b. the manner in which the population is warned, kept informed and protected;

    • (c) instructions to the population which may relate, depending on the nature of the accident, to the use of contaminated food, hygiene and disinfection, indoor stay, distribution and use of protective products. substances and evacuation;

    • d. the services or persons to whom further information may be sought.


Article 44

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Our Minister, Our Minister, for whom it concerns, and the Board of the Security Region, ensure that persons employed by services or organisations that can be enabled in the fight against an accident involving a category A object or of an accident with a category B object that Article 42 in the event of an accident involving a category A object, be regularly informed of the accidents to that category, the risks they run in the performance of their tasks, and the precautions to be taken in this regard.


Article 45

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  • 1 The provision of information to the public and to persons involved in the fight against an accident involving a category B object shall be provided in accordance with or pursuant to the provisions of the Articles 7 and 46 of the Safety Regions Act .


Section 4. Rules and measures in the event of an accident with a category A or a category B object

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Article 46

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  • 1 If an accident occurs with a category A object or with a category B object which is under Article 42 If an A-object accident is contested, our Minister shall, if necessary by using the strong arm, adopt rules or measures, using the strong arm, to minimise or eliminate the consequences of that accident.

  • 2 The rules and measures referred to in paragraph 1 may cover, inter alia:

    • a. the access of humans, animals, plants or goods to the contaminated area;

    • b. the stay indoors of humans and animals,

    • c. bringing people, animals, plants or goods within the contaminated area to elsewhere inside or outside the contaminated area,

    • d. external disinfection and treatment of internal contamination of human beings, as well as the provision of protective substances to human beings,

    • e. the subjects of persons or animals subject to radiation hazards to medical or veterinary examination;

    • f. the burial, burning, storage, handling or transport of corp's of persons, who may be radioactive,

    • g. the seizure or destruction of animals, plants and property, which may be radioactive contamination,

    • h. The disinfection of animals or goods,

    • (i) speeding up the drainage or flush of contaminated surface water,

    • (j) protecting surface water and drinking water supplies;

    • k. the removal of primary sludge from the sludge processing process, or the prohibition or restriction of the use of surface water; and

    • (l) the cultivation and harvesting of agricultural and horticultural products, the closing of glasshouses, pastures, trapping and slaughter of animals and fishing.

  • 3 Our Minister, for whom it is concerned, does not lay down any rules and does not take measures beyond consultation with our Minister, as well as with the President of the Security Region and the Commissioner of the King, who are involved in this situation, unless the It must be resisted.


Article 47

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  • 1 If an accident occurs with a category A object, as intended in Article 38, part C , below 1 ° or 2 ° The Minister may, by order, order the person who has the object concerned under his management to take the necessary measures to limit and eliminate the consequences of that accident.

  • 2 To the measures referred to in paragraph 1, the closure of the establishment concerned, the closure of the equipment concerned or the termination of the stay of the means of transport concerned in the Netherlands may be the subject of the measures.

  • 3 If the consequences of the accident are likely to be limited to safety within the establishment concerned, the orders referred to in paragraph 1 shall be given by Our Minister and Our Minister for Social Affairs and Employment together.

  • 4 The mayor of the municipality in which the accident occurred, our Minister, the Minister and our Minister for Social Affairs and Employment, may request the use of the power to be used in the first place. Third member of the third party. This request shall be made as soon as possible.

  • 5 The communication of a decision adopted pursuant to paragraph 1 shall be forwarded by a copy to the mayor of the municipality, where the accident occurred.


Article 48

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  • 1 If an accident occurs with a category A object, as intended in Article 38, part C , below 3 ° Our Minister of Defence, in agreement with our Minister and Our Minister of the Interior and of the Kingdom of the Kingdom of the Netherlands, may, by decision, adopt the measures taken by the Minister of Defence, acting in accordance with the provisions of the Minister of Defence, be considered necessary in order to minimise and eliminate the consequences of that accident. Article 47, second paragraph , shall apply mutatis mutandis.

  • 2 The mayor of the municipality where the accident occurred may request our Minister of Defence to avail himself of the power specified in the first paragraph. This request shall be made as soon as possible.


Article 49

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  • 1 The Commissioner of the King, the Mayor, the President of the Security Region and the day-to-day management of the water and other public bodies, at the request of our Minister, shall cooperate with the implementation of the implementation of the rules of the maintaining the in Article 46, first paragraph , the rules and measures referred to.

  • 2 Our Secretary of State for whom it concerns the rules and measures referred to in the Article 46, first paragraph , immediately to the Commissioner of the King, to the Mayor, to the President of the Security Region and, as far as necessary, to the Executive Board of the Watership and other public bodies.


Article 49a

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  • 1 Our Secretary of State, as soon as circumstances permit, withdraw the rules and end the measures taken.

  • 2 If the pursuits Article 46, first paragraph If the rules imposed or the measures adopted must enter into force or enter into force with immediate effect, publication may take place, in anticipation of the usual publication, by means of the local authority, regional or national broadcaster.


Article 49b

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  • 1 The chairman of the security region may, in the wake of an accident with a category A object, adopt regulations or, if necessary by using the strong arm, take measures to minimise the effects of that accident. -may be limited or undone. The rules and measures may cover, inter alia, the subjects referred to in Article 2 (2). Article 46, second paragraph .

  • 2 The President of the Security Region shall immediately communicate the rules or measures which he has adopted or adopted pursuant to paragraph 1 to our Minister, Our Minister for whom it is concerned, and the Commissioner of the King.

  • 3 The President of the Security Region shall revoke the rules which it lays down and shall end the measures which it has taken, as soon as the Minister for which it is concerned lays down corresponding rules or measures corresponding to them Article 46, first paragraph , or notify the chairman of the security region of the need to withdraw the rules adopted or to terminate the measures taken by them. Our Minister, who is responsible for it, shall act as far as possible in consultation with the Chairman of the Security Region.


Article 49c

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The mayor shares the orders and general binding regulations he has on the grounds of Article 175 Other 176 of the Municipal Act in the event of an accident involving a category B object, immediately to our Minister, Our Minister for whom it concerns, and to the Commissioner of the King.


Article 49d

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  • 1 If an accident occurs with a category B object, the administrator of the surface water measures, if necessary using the strong arm, which in his judgment are necessary to minimise the effects on surface water. Restrict or reverse.

  • 2 The measures referred to in paragraph 1 may in any case relate to:

    • a. accelerating the drainage or flush of contaminated surface water;

    • b. The protection of surface water and the supply of drinking water; and

    • c. The removal of primary sludge from the sludge processing process, or the prohibition or restriction of the use of surface water.


Section 5. Damages

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Article 49e

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  • 1 To the person for whom from the application of Article 46 , 49b or 49d or from the application of Article 175 or 176 of the Municipal Act In the event of an accident involving a category B object directly and immediately causing injury, which is not reasonably or wholly dependent on it, it may at its request, by the administrative body designated in the fifth paragraph, be Remuneration to be determined shall be granted, provided that:

    • a. the damage has not been or can not be recovered from civil law;

    • (b) compensation for damage is not otherwise provided or may be provided.

  • 2 The Governing Body designated in the fifth member may lay down rules:

    • a. Designating categories of cases where application will be made to the first member;

    • (b) on the submission and treatment of, and decision on, a fee as referred to in the first paragraph.

  • 3 The governing body designated in paragraph 5 may lay down rules whereby compensation may be granted if the fixing in advance, or not, damage as referred to in the first paragraph, is to be awarded in advance or not. A or B It would lead to unreasonable delays in the processing of the application or to costs which cannot reasonably be required by the person concerned to bear them.

  • 4 A fee under paragraph 3 may be granted to the person concerned only on condition that he transfers to the party for the amount granted the rights which he has acquired in respect of the damage suffered by the third party. administrative board which awards the fee.

  • 5 Rules referred to in the second and third paragraphs shall be laid down by:

    • a. Our Minister, for whom it concerns, if it concerns damage as a result of the application of Article 46 ;

    • b. Municipal Council, in case of damage arising from the application of Article 49b or of the application of Article 175 or 176 of the Municipal Act in the event of an accident with a category of B-object;

    • c. The administrator of the surface water when it concerns damage due to the application of Article 49d .

  • 6 The decision on a request for compensation of damages as referred to in paragraph 1 shall be taken by:

    • a. Our Minister, in the case of damage, as a result of the application of Article 46;

    • b. The College of Mayor and Weighers, in the case of damage arising from the application of Article 49b or of the application of Article 175 or 176 of the Municipal Act in the event of an accident with a category of B-object;

    • c. The administrator of the surface water, if it is damage due to the application of Article 49d .

Chapter VII. Occupation

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Article 50 [ Expired per 01-01-2013]

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Article 51 [ Expired on 23-02-1994]

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Article 52 [ Expired by 01-01-1994]

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Article 53 [ Verfalls per 01-01-1994]

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Article 54 [ Exp. by 01-09-1980]

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Article 55 (Expired on 01-09-1980)

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Article 56 [ Exp. by 01-09-1980]

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Article 57 (Expired on 01-09-1980)

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Chapter VIII. Administrative competence

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Article 58

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  • 1 With the supervision of compliance with or under this law, the officials appointed by the decision of Our Ministers, who are responsible for it, shall be responsible.

  • 2 Our Ministers for Economic Affairs and Social Affairs and Employment, in agreement with our Ministers, designate officials responsible for the measurement of doses of ionizing radiation and the determination of radioactive substances. infection, as well as with the Article 37 such registration.

  • 3 With the exercise of the duties referred to in paragraphs 1 and 2, the officials appointed by our Minister for Health, Welfare and Sport shall, for that purpose, be carried out in accordance with the procedure laid down in Article 4 (1) of the Article 25, first paragraph, point A , of the Warenwet .

  • 4 Our Ministers concerned shall arrange for the performance of the officials designated under the first, second and third members.

  • 5 Of a decision referred to in the first, second or third paragraphs, a communication shall be made by means of a communication of Official Gazette .


Article 59

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Article 60 [ Expated per 01-01-1998]

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Article 61 [ Expired by 01-10-1994]

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Article 62 [ Verfalls per 01-01-1998]

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Article 63 [ Expired by 01-01-1998]

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Article 64 [ Verfalls per 01-01-1998]

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Article 65

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  • 1 Our Ministers, for whom it is a member of the Committee, may refer to the nuclear sector, in whole or in part, persons who have been appointed to comply with international agreements and decisions taken by international organizations. or of the ionising radiation, to be checked, to carry out this task.

  • 3 The persons referred to in paragraph 1 shall be empowered to enter a residence without the permission of the occupant, with a view to taking the necessary equipment, provided that the persons concerned are accompanied by an official as referred to in Article 3 (2). in Article 58 .

  • 4 A decision as referred to in paragraph 1 shall be communicated by means of a decision of the Official Gazette .


Article 66

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The competent authority is empowered to impose a charge under administrative constraints in order to maintain Article 5:20 of the General Administrative Law , in so far as it relates to the obligation to cooperate with a person under the conditions of Articles 58 and 65 designated person or official.

Chapter IX. General provisions

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Article 67

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  • 1 In the case of a general measure of management, provision may be made for the implementation of international agreements and decisions taken by international law organizations, in whole or in part, in the field of nuclear energy or -of ionizing radiation.

  • 2 These may include:

    • (a) arrange for excipients or auxiliary appliances which may be useful for the release of nuclear energy or for the storage, manufacture, processing or processing of fissile materials, to be available or to be available within or outside the scope of the prohibition of such equipment; Dutch territory to bring without a licence;

    • (b) arrange for the communication of data to be communicated thereto.

  • 3 In the case of application of the second paragraph, a, is Article 16 applicable mutatis mutandis.

  • 4 In the case of a licence as in the second paragraph, under a, is intended to be subject to rules.

  • 5 In so far as the measure is not otherwise specified, such rules may entail the obligation to comply with the requirements laid down by administrative bodies designated by the regulation. When making such a requirement, the time shall also be determined on which the obligation is to be fulfilled in respect of such requirement.

  • 6 An authorisation referred to in the second paragraph, under a, may be withdrawn at any time on grounds of major importance from the general interest. The regulations attached to a licence may be amended, supplemented or cancelled at any time.


Article 68

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A general measure of management may be governed by the rules in order to ensure the confidentiality of:

  • a. Data, tools and materials for:

    • 1. the release of nuclear energy,

    • 2 °. the storage, manufacture, processing or processing of fissile materials and

    • 3 °. the protection of categories of fissile materials, ores, radioactive materials and devices specified in that measure, as specified in Article 15 (b) ,

    to the extent that they have been acquired, under the obligation of secrecy, by the State, either directly from the State, or with the agreement of the competent authority, or by Our Ministers, who shall be responsible for it;

  • b. research and working methods carried out by means of such data, aids and materials, provided that such investigations and working methods have been assigned by our Ministers, in the case of it.


Article 69

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  • 1 In the case of, or under general management, the tasks to be performed by an expert shall be determined and rules shall be laid down concerning the skills and competence to be met by experts.

  • 2 The measure may stipulate that designated tasks may be carried out only by a person entered for the purpose of carrying out those tasks in a Member State of which our Ministers of Social Affairs and Employment of the European Parliament, of the The Housing, Regional Planning and Environmental Management and of Health, Welfare and Sport to designate register.

  • 3 Our Ministers of Social Affairs and Employment and of Economic Affairs decide on the application for registration in a register as referred to in the second paragraph. They shall be empowered to withdraw the invitation to tender.

  • 4 An entry in a register shall apply for a specified period of time. Requirements may be attached to an invitation to tender.

  • 5 In the case of, or under general management, rules shall be laid down on the requirements relating to skills and competences to which a person must comply in order to be included in a register as an expert.

  • 6 In the case of, or under general management, rules may be laid down in respect of registration in a register, which may in any case relate to:

    • the manner in which the application for registration is made in a register and the particulars and documents to be provided by the applicant;

    • (b) the grounds on which and the cases in which the registration may be refused, passed on or suspended;

    • (c) the fee due in connection with the entry in a register;

    • d. the designation of a registry;

    • e. management of a register;

    • f. the division of tasks between our Ministers referred to in the second paragraph.


Article 69a

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  • 1 Our Ministers of Social Affairs and Employment, Economic Affairs and Public Health, Welfare and Sport may, upon request, designate an institution which is the powers, intended to be Article 69, third paragraph -He's exercising.

  • 2 The appointment of an institution referred to in the first paragraph may be subject to rules.

  • 3 In the case of, or under general management, rules may be laid down concerning the grounds on which an institution may be designated, as well as for the grounds on which a designation may be withdrawn or amended.


Article 69b

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  • 1 A under Article 69a, first paragraph Designated institution shall provide, upon request, free of charge to the Ministers referred to in that Article, the information required for the performance of their duties. Such Ministers shall be entitled to access business records and records to the extent that they may reasonably be required for the performance of their duties.

  • 2 In the case of, or under any general measure of management, a Article 69a, first paragraph , designated institution are required to compile and submit to Our mentioned Ministers of a report of the in Article 69, second paragraph This work and the lawfulness and effectiveness of that work and operation over the past period.


Article 69c

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  • 1 Our Ministers of Social Affairs and Employment, from Economic Affairs and Public Health, Welfare and Sport can be a Article 69a, first paragraph , designating designated institution with regard to the exercise of its task. They do not occur in individual cases.


Article 69d

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In the case of a general measure of management, provisions may be taken in case of a Article 69a, first paragraph , designated institution does not properly comply with its obligations under this Act.


Article 70

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  • 1 Licence granted under this Act is personal.

  • 2 After the death of a holder of the authorization, the licence shall remain in force for four weeks for the purposes of his/her holders, who continue the holding, provided that by, or on their behalf, within one week of such death, of Economic Affairs knowledge is given under the understanding of the names of those who continue the business. Where an application for a new licence has been submitted within these four weeks, the first authorisation shall remain in force until such time as the application has been made irrevocably. During the period of validity of the licence, it may, in accordance with the Articles 19 to 20a are changed or withdrawn.

  • 3 The holder of the authorization may transfer all or part of the authorization to another if authorised by Our Minister for Economic Affairs. Requirements may be attached to the consent.


Article 70a

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To an agreement concluded by the owner of an establishment as referred to in Article 15 (b) , in which nuclear power can be released, with the State of the Netherlands, which is related to that establishment, Article 252 of Book 6 of the Civil Code applicable mutatis mutandis, provided that the legal effects referred to in that Article shall be co-imposed with obligations of the former party in order to do something in respect of that establishment.


Article 71

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A permit as in Article 15, point b. is intended for the purposes of the application of the Obstructionlaw Regulations ( Stb. (2) The Court considered that, in 1899, 129, as an undeclared concession as provided for in Article 1 of that law and for the purposes of applying the Private Law impedimenting law ( Stb. 1927, 159) as a concession granted by the public authority as in Article 1 of that Act Intended.


Article 72

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  • 1 In the case of a general measure of management, all or part of the rules laid down by or pursuant to other laws may be declared inapplicable in whole or in part, in so far as the interests concerned, which are designed to protect those rules, are, in our view, to a sufficient extent Application of this Act may be protected.

  • 2 If, within 12 weeks of the entry into force of a general measure of governance, where provisions of another law have been declared inapplicable in whole or in part, we shall propose to the States-General a proposal from law to amend We shall immediately withdraw the measure, or if such a proposal is withdrawn or rejected, and shall forthwith withdraw the measure.


Article 73

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Where, in the interests of proper implementation of the law, further arrangements are required in this Act, it may be carried out in the case of a general measure of management.


Article 74

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The persons concerned by the application of this Law shall be obliged to pay, in respect of general measures of management, certain amounts determined by the measure in accordance with the rules laid down by the measure in the form of a contribution to the State costs related to the implementation of this Act.


Article 75

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  • 1 We may be in favour of institutions of science or in the interest of the country's defence of Articles 15 and 29 Prohibited:

    • (a) grant an exemption from a general measure of administration;

    • (b) grant a derogation on request.

  • 2 The provisions of an exemption or exemption shall be subject to the rules which we consider necessary for the purpose of or pursuant to Article 15 B designated interests.


Article 76

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  • 1 The draft general measure of management under Article 14 , 15c , 15f , 16 , 17 , 17a , 18a , 21 , 29 , 32 , 34 , 37 , 38a , 67 , 68 , 73 or 75 shall be submitted to the two Chambers of the States-General and in the Official Gazette announced. Each person shall be given the opportunity to submit observations in writing to our Ministers for Economic Affairs, Social Affairs and Economic Affairs within a period to be fixed at that notice of at least four weeks ' notice of the draft. Employment and, except in case of a measure under Article 21, Public Health, Welfare and Sport.

  • 2 A general measure of management as referred to in paragraph 1 shall be transmitted to both Chambers of the States-General after it has been established. He does not enter into operation sooner than four weeks after the date of issuance of the State Sheet where it is placed.

  • 3 In respect of a general measure of management adopted pursuant to Article 67 , regular subjects can provide further arrangements for our relevant Ministers.

  • 4 As a result of this Act, which may be governed by a general measure of management, may, by way of derogation from the Ministerial arrangements, be settled by means of a ministerial arrangement, provided that the rules are exclusively for the implementation of a Treaty or a Treaty which is binding on the Netherlands (b) a decision of an international organisation for the Netherlands, unless it is necessary to amend a general measure or the law in order to carry out the right to implement it correctly. The adoption of a ministerial arrangement is Articles 26 and 35 applicable mutatis mutandis.


Article 76a

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A conduct contrary to a requirement attached to a licence granted under this Law shall be prohibited.

Chapter X. Maintaining

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Article 77 (Expired on 01-04-1994)

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Article 78 [ Expaed by 01-01-1995]

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Article 79

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The one who:

  • a. transports, holds, applies to, within or outside the territory of the Netherlands, the fuel or the carrying out of any of the materials or materials which it provides or is supplied by it or is not supplied or is to be supplied;

  • (b) an establishment in which nuclear power can be released, fissile materials can be manufactured, processed or processed, or nuclear fuels are stored, op-ed, operating, reprocessing or amending,

  • c. An equipment capable of moving, affixing or putting into operation a vessel or other means of transport by means of nuclear energy, or putting into operation or altering its equipment, shall be in force or otherwise;

  • (a) is preparing, transporting, holding, applying, entering or making available, within or outside the territory of the territory of the Netherlands, any radioactive substances which may be made available or supplied or are to be supplied or to be supplied by them,

  • e. manufactures, transports, transports, holds, applies, within or outside the territory of the Netherlands, the production of, transports, transports, supplies, supplies, supplies, provides or deprive itself of such apparatus,

With a terrorist intent as intended Article 83a of the Code of Criminal Law Or for the purpose of a terrorist offence as intended to be Article 83 of that Code to prepare or to make it easy, shall be punished by imprisonment not exceeding fifteen years or a fine of the fifth category.


Article 80

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  • 1 If of the intentional act contrary to the case of or under the Articles 15 , 21 , 26 , or 76a , in so far as related to a licence as referred to in Article 15 , if there is a risk of serious bodily injury for any other or significant damage to property or the environment, the guilty shall be punished with imprisonment not exceeding 12 years or a fine of the fifth category.

  • 2 If of the intentional act contrary to the case of or under the Articles 15 , 21 , 26 or 76a , in so far as related to a licence as referred to in Article 15 If there is a danger of life for another and the fact that one's death is due to it, the guilty shall be punished with life imprisonment or temporary of up to thirty years or a fine of the fifth category.


Article 80a

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In the event of a criminal offence, falling within the definitions of Article 7 (a) and (d) of the Convention on physical protection of nuclear material established in Vienna/New York on 3 March 1980 (Trb). (7), as amended by the amendment to that Convention (Trb, adopted in Vienna on 8 July 2005). 2006, 81), pursuant to one of the rules of jurisdiction, referred to in Article 8 (b) (b) , or Article 8, second paragraph , from that Treaty, in the application of this law

  • (a) any act without authorization by the competent authority of a State, Party to that Convention, or contrary to the rules in force in such a State, equivalent to the same act without authorization under this Act or contrary to or similar rules laid down by or pursuant to this Law;

  • (b) bring or raise the territory of a State, Party to that Treaty, within or outside the territory of a State, and bring or do it within the territory of that State; and

  • (c) the security of the State is equivalent to the safety of a foreign State, Party to that Convention.


Article 81

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The Articles 79 and 80 criminal offences are criminal offences.


Article 82

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In cases where rules are imposed on or under this Act using safety standards adopted by the International Atomic Energy Agency, infringement of those rules may also be regarded as a criminal offence or be subject to the penalties provided for in this Act. with an administrative penalty if these rules have been set in the English language and are known.


Article 83

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  • 2 Of a decision referred to in paragraph 1 shall be communicated by means of a decision of the Official Gazette .


Article 83a

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With regard to the enforcement of the aid provided for or under this law, the Articles 5.15 to 5.18 , 5.19, first and third members , and 5.21 to 5.23 of the General Provisions Act applicable.


Article 83b

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  • 2 The in Article 83 Officials as referred to in that Article shall be empowered to enter a dwelling without the permission of the occupant, with a view to taking the necessary equipment in order to carry out the necessary equipment.

Chapter XI. Final provisions

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Article 84

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Article 85

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Under the Hinderwet for establishments like in Article 15, point B , permits granted are deemed to have been granted under this law.


Article 86

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Article 87

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The X-ray Radiation Act ( Stb. 1931, 299) shall be repealed.


Article 88

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This law can be cited as: Nuclear energy law.


Article 89

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  • 1 Chapter II of this Act shall enter into force from the day following the date of issuance of the State Sheet , in which she is placed.

  • 2 Its various other provisions shall enter into force by time to be determined by Us. The nominations to this end are made by Our Ministers, who shall be responsible for it, the Central Council.

Burdens and orders, which are in the State Sheet will be placed, and that all Ministerial Departments, Authorities, Colleges and Officials, who so concern, will keep their hands on the precise execution.

Given at Paleize Soestdijk, 21 February 1963

JULIANA.

The Minister for Economic Affairs,

J. W. DE POUS.

The Minister of Education, Arts and Sciences,

J. CALS.

The Minister for Social Affairs and Health,

G. M. J. VELDKAMP.

The Minister of Justice,

A. C. W. BEERMAN.

Published the 26th March 1963.

The Minister of Justice,

A. C. W. BEERMAN.