Circular 25/2014/tt-Bkhcn: Regulating The Preparedness And Response To Nuclear And Radiation Issues, Establish And Approve The Plan For Radiation And Nuclear Incidents

Original Language Title: Thông tư 25/2014/TT-BKHCN: Quy định việc chuẩn bị ứng phó và ứng phó sự cố bức xạ và hạt nhân, lập và phê duyệt kế hoạch ứng phó sự cố bức xạ và hạt nhân

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The CIRCULAR stipulated the preparedness and response to nuclear and radiation issues, establish and approve the plan for radiation and nuclear incidents _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ based on Atomic Energy Act 3 June 2008;
Pursuant to Decree No. 7/2010/ND-CP dated 25 January 2010 in the Government detailing and guiding the implementation of some articles of the law on atomic energy;
Pursuant to Decree No. 20/2013/NĐ-CP on April 2 in 2013 of the Government functions, tasks, powers and organizational structure of the Ministry of science and technology;
At the suggestion of Director of Department of nuclear and radiation safety;
The Minister of science and technology issued a circular regulating the preparedness and response to nuclear and radiation issues, establish and approve the plan for radiation and nuclear incidents.
Chapter I GENERAL PROVISIONS article 1. Scope and objects 1. This circular stipulates: a) The preparedness and response to nuclear and radiation incident levels;
b) The establishment and approval of the incident response plan, nuclear incident radiation level and the provincial level.
2. This circular apply to: a) the Organization, individuals involved in preparedness and response to nuclear and radiation incident;
b) the Agency has the authority to license the radiation work conducted and approved the plan for radiation and nuclear incidents.
Article 2. Explanation of terms In this circular, the terms below are interpreted as follows: 1. The issue of nuclear and radiation (hereinafter referred to as the issue) is the condition of radiation safety; d. nuclear safety; insecurity with respect to radioactive sources, nuclear materials, nuclear equipment, the basis of radiation and nuclear facilities.
2. incident response is the application of all measures rapidly, timely response in order to minimize the consequences of the incident affect safety, human health, causing damage to the environment and property.
3. incident preparedness is the preparation of personnel, equipment, facilities, and processes to ensure the implementation of the corrective action.
4. incident response plan is writing regulations on the active principle responsible for assignment, operating mechanisms and coordination between organizations and individuals involved in the incident response; reviews of the risk; given the overall incident response process.
5. Interference is the implementation of actions aimed at reducing irradiation, avoid or prevent irradiated from incidents such as shelter, evacuation, Potassium Iodide (KI) pill.
6. emergency protection Zone (PAZ) is the entire area around the need for a facility to conduct emergency protection act, intended to reduce the risks that cause biological effects, deterministic with people outside the base when a malfunction.
7. The planning of emergency protection (UPZ) is the entire area around the need for a facility to conduct emergency protection act, to prevent being irradiated for the public outside the premises when the incident occurred.
8. school irradiation is being irradiated in a long time (over 1 year) from the long half-life of radiation in the environment.
9. the initial response force is the key force involved in the preparation and response to the incident, including the leadership, public security, fire fighting, medical, technical support for nuclear and radiation safety, the force's response to the base.
10. biological effects, deterministic biological effects due to radiation caused to humans, only happens when radiation doses exceeding a threshold level and the severity of the effect caused to humans increases proportional to the radiation dose; some expression of biological effect of deterministic is vomiting, Burns, skin necrosis, death.
11. random biological effect is biological effects due to radiation caused to humans, the probability of occurrence of effects increase as the dose of radiation increases and the severity of the effect caused to humans is independent of the radiation doses received; some expression of biological effect is random leukemia and cancer.
12. Group risk causing the problem (hereinafter referred to as risk group) is a group of the base, the source of radiation, radiation equipment, nuclear equipment and activities likely to cause a problem with the extent of the damage was equivalent to each other.
13. The level of intervention is the level of the dose of radiation can be avoided when taking action on specific protection in the event of a malfunction or irradiated cases of school.
14. The level of intervention operation is the level of intervention is expressed as the dose or the performance of the activity of radioactive materials leaked out, the concentration of radioactivity in the air, the concentration of radioactivity in the Earth or surface analyses over time, radioactivity concentrations in environmental samples, water samples and food samples. Professional intervention levels are used as a base for making the corresponding intervention action.
15. alarm Levels indicate severity or urgency of the situations the issue is taking place or about to take place in order to determine incident response measures, the level of mobilization of response resources accordingly.
16. field commander who was appointed by the authority to direct the preparedness and coordination of activities in support of the country where the incident occurred.
17. the radiation protection experts as individuals are trained in health physics, radiation safety and has the ability to perform the assessment of doses, radiation measurement recording, control the contamination, advice on the application of urgent protective actions.
18. The control room is where the control system installation, display devices, measure and store the parameters of nuclear power plants and research reactors.
Article 3. Guidelines, requirements for preparation work and incident response activities 1. The work of preparedness and incident response activities must adhere to the following principles: a) the action of intervention to ensure that bring more benefits than losses due to interference that cause;
b) forms, scope and time period to apply the optimal intervention action to achieve real benefit is maximized;
c) incident response plan are built to ensure the incident response are conducted promptly, be managed, controlled, and effective coordination from level, provincial level, country;
d) assigning of responsibilities between organizations and individuals to join the deal must clear as well as the direction of incident response must adhere to the principle of uniform concentration as specified in the incident response plan to be approved by the authority.
2. incident response activities must achieve the following requirements: a) the control of happenings and incidents;
b) deter, mitigate the consequences;
c) to prevent the possibility of biological effects, deterministic response to employees and the public;
d) provide initial relief measures and the treatment of victims;
DD) minimizes the potential for biological effects randomly affects the health of the public;
e) prevent a maximum possibility of non-radioactive consequences for individuals and the public;
g) Reduced to the lowest level of damage to property and the environment;
h) Created the premise for the work to fix the long term and for planning the preparation put the economic and social activities back to normal state.
Article 4. Group risk, the level of intervention, the alert level 1. Group risk is used as a base for joint preparedness and incident response activities. Risk groups are categorized into five groups I, II, III, IV and V are specified in Appendix I of this circular.
2. organizations, individuals involved in incident response based on the level of intervention to conduct the corresponding intervention action. Intervention levels are specified in annex II of this circular.
3. alarm Level is applied as a basis for mobilizing resources to conduct incident response activities. The alarm level is prescribed in Appendix III of this circular.
Article 5. The liability of the Organization, individuals involved in preparedness and incident response activities 1. The basis of radiation, nuclear facilities and other radiation work takes place according to the provisions of article 18 of the Atomic Energy law hereinafter referred to as the base.
The head of the basis of radiation, nuclear facilities and the main person responsible for the area of place of work in other radiation as prescribed in article 18 the following Atomic Energy law was called the head of the facility.
The head of the facility have key responsibilities in the preparation and response to incidents at the facility.
2. individual organizations build incident response plan as specified in paragraph 5 to article 83 of the Atomic Energy Act responsibly: a) Establishment and the competent authority for approval of the plan to deal the problem;
b) appointed or approved by the competent authority as Chief Commander and members of the Board;
c) building human resources, the equipment (refer to Appendix V of this circular), the means, the infrastructure necessary for the preparedness for and response to the incident fit the specific conditions; organize training and periodic exercises;
d) building regulations coordination between organizations and individuals involved in preparedness and response to incidents; construction of the mechanism of the transfer of the command response between organizations and individuals involved in the incident response;
DD) building regulations coordination between the bodies managing the levels and response forces in the conduct of the interventions.
3. The organization, individuals involved in preparedness and incident response activities are responsible for performing the functions, duties, jurisdiction is regulated in the incident response plan; responsible for coordinating with other private organizations under the rules.
4. Head of command responsibility: a) assigned responsibility, directed the implementation of specific tasks for the Board members;
b) notice of the problem, launch and terminate incident response;
c) Commander, maneuver their forces participate in the incident response activities; directs the implementation of the interventions with the advice of organizations, individuals are assigned according to incident response plan is approved;
d) appointed the Commander at the scene match each specific situation;
DD) synthesis, assess the incident to report to the competent authority;
e) appointed the representative to provide information to the public under the provisions of the law;

g) When there are changes affecting the implementation of the incident response plan must be updated, adding the incident response plan and notify the competent authority approval of the plan.
5. Ban command levels are responsible for: a) provides coordination of human resources, equipment, vehicles, infrastructure needed based on the requirements for preparation and response to incidents and in accordance with specific conditions;
b) incident response organizations as specified in the incident response plan;
c) Organization of training and periodic exercises.
6. The Commander at the scene of incident response is responsible for: a) direction, the force involved in the incident response;
b) steer, maneuver all resources, technical facilities for the incident response;
c) focal role of receiving, processing and provision of information;
d) follow the direction of the Chief Commander.
Article 6. Incident response centre 1. The basis of the risk I, II to set up the center of the incident response difference of physics with the control room of the facility; The base's response center must be fully equipped to serve to exchange information with the control room, the Organization, the response force levels, radiation information tracking; equipped with radiation protection devices.
2. incident response centre located outside the basis for risk groups I, II was built and equipped with a full range of equipment needed response vehicles, as well as to be secure; the Center's headquarters is located outside response basis, initial response force must be built and maintenance as specified in the incident response plan nationally.
3. Ban command provincial breakdown response set the incident response centre was equipped with full equipment and facilities required to deal the issue consistent with the specific local conditions.
Chapter II PREPAREDNESS and INCIDENT RESPONSE section 1 REQUIREMENTS for the WORK INCIDENT PREPAREDNESS article 7. Organization and management in the incident preparedness 1. The leadership levels are responsible for: a) setting the operating system and management in response to the incident;
b) build strategic objectives and resolve the missing sync coordination related to the functions, responsibilities, powers, resources and priority between incident response organizations;
c) preparedness and nuclear radiation incident in sync with the preparation of other common incident response.
2. The head of group risk basis I, II and III are prepared: a) build process to switch from the normal operation condition of the facility to the State of emergency and make the switch method does not reduce the safety features of the facility, does not affect the ability to comply with safe operating procedures and perform the action to minimize climate result of operating staff;
b) clearly defined the responsibilities of the individual in relation to the transition outlined in point a of Paragraph 2 of this Article.
3. The head of group risk basis I, II have a responsibility to get ready for work: a) coordination between the forces in the incident response and incident response organizations in addition to the base;
b) coordinate the Organization of the incident response plan to deal with the issue in the provincial UPZ and PAZ.
Article 8. Preparation work for the confirmation of the incident, notification and response system boot problems 1. The leadership levels are responsible for: a) set up mechanisms to receive and logical corresponding information;
b) set the clue to receive and process information in continuous operation 24 hours/7 days (24/7) for receiving information about the issue, request help and recommended measures for the initial response;
c) Organization of training of staff and staff radiation response have the ability to identify the underlying issues and signs giving notice of appropriate, timely alerts when problems occur;
d) training organization initial response force capable of recognizing the warning signs of radiation and the announced appropriate, timely alerts when the incident occurred.
2. The leadership of the levels based on the alarm level is prescribed in Appendix III of this circular, design requirements, are responsible for setting up the system of detection, identification, classification, notification and response to boot the issue consistent with the provisions of the law.
3. In planning a national incident response to Regulation functions of the Organization, the individual responsible for receiving information on problems, process information, boot the system response to the issue, declared a State of emergency; notice and request for help with the Atomic Energy Agency and other Nations under the Convention on early notification on nuclear issues and the Convention on assistance in the event of nuclear or radiological incidents.
Article 9. Preparation work for minimizing the consequences 1. For risk groups IV, the Directorate is responsible for: a) technical advice, provide support forces to protect against radiation for participants to deal the issue and initial response force;
b) Organization of training the staff of the radiation on measures to minimize the potential consequences of the problem, protect employees and the public around the area of the crash.
2. the Board examined and steer the Organization training initial response force on timely response actions for a potential incident or incidents are happening related to the transport of radioactive material.
3. Base the radioactive sources used in Group 1 and group 2 according to the "national technical regulation on safety-radiation group and categorize radioactive sources"-QCVN 6:2010/BKHCN attached to circular No. 03/2009/TT-BKHCN on December 29, 2010 the Minister of science and technology (hereinafter referred to as the QCVN 6:2010/BKHCN) must establish relationships and associated method timely communication with the Organization reviews radioactivity or radiation protection experts according to the provisions in the plan trouble happens, to minimize any consequences.
4. The basis in risk groups I, II and III are responsible prepared to perform the actions that mitigate the consequences in order to achieve the following goals: a) preventing the escalation of incidents;
b) Put the base back to safe status;
c) Decreased the ability to disperse radioactive material;
d) reduced the possibility of irradiated;
DD) provide timely technical support for operators;
e) provide timely emergency response teams;
g) prepared for receiving support from the participating organizations provincial incident response or the national level.
5. organizations and individuals participated in construction of the incident response plan according to the provisions in clause 5 Article 83 of the Atomic Energy Act has the responsibility to build resources to implement the request in paragraph 3 article 19 of this circular.
Article 10. Preparation work for the conduct of emergency protection Act 1. The leadership levels are responsible for notifying the initial response force on the implementation of measures to rescue people right away and prevent serious damage occurs when there are signs or manifested the ability to survive radioactive substances at the scene.
2. The basis in risk groups I and II are responsible prepared for decision-making and implementation of emergency protection act in the basis. The preparation includes: a) describes the technical characteristics of emergency response (UPZ for basis in risk groups I and PAZ for the basis of the risk I, II);
b) build process (based on the level of alarm, the actual conditions in and around the base) for making the recommendation to implement the external emergency protection act;
c) specified responsibility and authority in providing timely recommendations made the emergency protection act in addition to the basis to competent agencies specified in the incident response plan;
d) regulating the timely notification to the competent authorities for the implementation of the emergency protection action in the PAZ and UPZ according to annex VI of this circular.
3. The basis in risk groups I, II and III are responsible for ensuring the safety of all individuals in the base when the incident occurred, including: a) notice to all individuals in the facility;
b) all individual statistics in the base;
c) identify and search for missing persons;
d) made the emergency protection act;
DD) make timely first aid.
4. Ban command level the area where PAZ and UPZ prepare and coordinate with other response force made the emergency protection act in addition to the basis of the following: a) protects the staff deal;
b) announced to the public in the area of PAZ and UPZ as specified in the incident response plan to be approved;
c) perform emergency protection act;
d) protect food and water supplies;
DD) requires limiting consumption of food in the area;
e) test and dodging radiation for people evacuated;
g) care and control of the area.
Article 11. Preparation work for the conduct to provide information 1. Basis in risk groups I and II prepared for providing information about incidents to the competent authorities is regulated in the incident response plan. Information includes: a) the current dangerous situation;
b) how alerts, notifications and the people need to take action when the incident occurred.
2. Ban command levels are responsible for: a) prescribed bodies, organisations, competent personal notification about the incident, the interventions need to apply and other relevant information to the appropriate audience;
b) to build the infrastructure for providing information, such as contact information, media, backup media.
Article 12. Preparation for the assessment alarming 1. Basis in risk groups I, II and III are responsible for preparing (personnel, equipment, facilities, and processes) for the evaluation of timeliness: a) The unusual condition in the base;
b) irradiated situations or disperse radioactive material;
c) radiation situation inside and outside the facility;
d) all situations of potential or actual irradiation for the public.
2. The basis in risk groups I, II and Directorate level have a responsibility to prepare for: a) reviews of radioactive contamination, dispersal of radioactive material, radiation doses to make the decision to implement urgent protective actions in the PAZ and UPZ;
b) Have trained manpower and equipment for the implementation of the provisions of art. 2 of this Thing;

c) retention of the information related to the assessment of the level of alarm to serve incident response.
3. risk group IV base is responsible for the: a) determines the scale and level of irradiation their situations or abnormal radioactive contamination;
b) proposed mitigation actions and immediate protection in the area of the crash;
c) defines the individual in the public likely to be irradiated;
d) notice the level of danger and recommended protective actions to the competent bodies.
Article 13. Preparation work for the medical management of incident response 1. Medical forces involved must be incident response training: a) radiation safety;
b) clinical symptoms due to irradiation-induced;
c) processes notifications and first aid procedures, treating victims of nuclear radiation, incident.
2. The basis in risk groups I, II and III prepared for the treatment of certain number of employees being irradiated overdose or radioactive contamination. The treatment included first aid, dose assessment, transportation and initial medical treatment for patients with radioactive contamination or high-dose irradiated at the local hospital.
3. Ban command levels for the area of the base group PAZ, UPZ risk classification plan must build and transfer those irradiated overdose to specialized hospitals.
4. medical forces are defined in the incident response plan are responsible for preparation: a) the manpower, equipment and emergency treatment;
b) appropriate treatment for early diagnosis and treatment of diseases;
c) consultations with other organizations about the serious damage, impair health, the staff's lives and public response.
Article 14. Preparation work for the limited food consumption, food and protect the long term 1. The competent authorities are defined in the incident response plan to the regional level, activities in the risk group V has the responsibility to prepare for the implementation of agricultural protection measures such as restricting consumption, distribution and food trade in the region have spread radioactive material. The standard equipment includes: a) construction operation intervention levels;
b) method for evaluation of the level of professional intervention;
c) ensures continuous monitoring of radioactive contamination of land in the rural areas;
d) ensure the analysis of samples of water and food;
DD) agricultural protection measures.
2. the competent authorities are defined in the incident response plan level has the responsibility to prepare for the management of radioactive waste, radioactive contamination caused by the incident, including the planning of observation and analysis in order to classify the form of radioactive contamination , radioactive waste spill caused.
3. the Directorate in collaboration with the provincial directorates of national-level preparations ready for evacuated temporarily for those inside and outside the UPZ area; get ready for the inspection of radioactive contamination for transport, people, property on the emergency response (including both inside and outside the area of UPZ).
Article 15. Minimize the consequences of the incident radiation and non-public works Board incident response provincial and national level have a responsibility to get ready for work: 1. Have the arguments and the optimal measure to make the level of intervention in the management of food, preventive measures and food.
2. Consider the implications for socio-economic development, long-term effects to social welfare and other influences.
3. Be ready for public consultation.
4. Timely explanation of the risks and health advice to the public about the need to take protective action and the need to avoid actions taken to mitigate the consequences of the incident.
5. Prevent timely action too.
Article 16. Preparation work for the end of the active protection, intervention and recovery of the environment 1. The leadership levels are responsible for planning the announcement ending the incident response activities, including building the criteria for ending these actions protect, intervene on the basis of the level of intervention and radiation safety conditions at the scene.
2. the Directorate is responsible for planning the recovery environment in which clearly defined: a) the role and functions of the organizations involved;
b) method to provide information;
c) method of evaluating the consequences of radioactive and non-radioactive;
d) method to change the recovery action to minimise the consequences of radioactive and non-radioactive incidents;
DD) measures to ensure the safety of radiation, irradiated control profession.
Section 2 REQUIREMENTS for INCIDENT RESPONSE ACTIVITIES article 17. Organization and management in the incident response activities 1. Organizations active participants responsible for incident response: a) ensure synchronous coordination between organizations, individuals involved in the incident response and beyond;
b) reviews information needed to enact the decision to mobilize resources during the crash.
2. organizations, individuals involved in incident response is responsible for the deployment of incident response as specified in the incident response plan and ensure the incident response should be conducted promptly, efficiently manage not to reduce the facility's safety features, not cause more serious consequences on nuclear and radiation safety.
3. Organizations outside the facility involved in incident response and UPZ PAZ of the basis risk of Group I and II are responsible to coordinate and support each other in response to the incident.
Article 18. Confirming the incident, notification and response system startup 1. When there is information related to the incident at the facility, the facility must acknowledge the problem, determine the level of alarm and notification to the focal information are specified in the incident response plan base level and the provincial level.
2. When there is information related to local incidents, clues to receive and process information to provincial confirmed the incidents, determine the level of alarm and notify participating organizations.
3. Regulations on the time of the incident, confirmed the announcement and launch the system response is presented in annex VI of this circular.
4. In case the incident is likely to influence other countries, according to the provisions in paragraph 8 to article 84 of the Atomic Energy Act, the Agency is allocated according to the provisions of the law have the responsibility to inform the international organizations or directly to the affected countries.
Article 19. Implementation of measures to mitigate the consequences 1. Initial response force based on the specific situation and the level of intervention to conduct the appropriate interventions aimed at minimizing the consequences of incidents caused by risk group IV.
2. The basis in risk groups I, II, III and IV are responsible for the timely implementation of appropriate interventions aimed at minimizing the consequences of the incident.
3. Resources to support incident response levels, including technical means, contact information, smoking prevention, evacuation locations and other necessities must be ready to support incident response for incidents in the basis risk groups I, II and III.
Article 20. Implement emergency safeguards organizations, individuals involved in incident response are responsible for: 1. Priority to implement all appropriate measures to rescue people.
2. With regard to the nuclear issue, made the emergency protective measures such as hiding, evacuate, medications to reduce radiation doses of KI and prevent the happening of all biological effects; with regard to the incident radiation, implementation of radiation protection measures.
3. Change the emergency protection action consistent with the happenings the issue based on the information gained from the incident.
4. Termination of protective action when the action is no longer suitable.
Article 21. Provide information and guidance to the public leadership levels are responsible for: 1. Based on the alert level, the specific conditions and the field observation data giving timely warning and protective action guides for the public by the authority.
2. Provide the information officially aimed at limiting the spread of misinformation, inaccuracies.
Article 22. Protection of employees responding organizations, individuals involved in preparedness and incident response activities are responsible for implementing measures to protect the staff, control the dose according to the processes that have been built in the incident response plan and in accordance with circular No. 01/2012/TT-BKHCN on November 8th, 2012 of the Minister of science and technology regulation about control and radiation safety assurance in the occupational radiation irradiation.
Article 23. Reviews of alarming organization, individuals are assigned to evaluate the level of alarm in the incident response plan are responsible for: 1. Pursuant to the provisions of Appendix III of this circular and the results of the assessment, determine the severity and likely to cause the consequences of the incidents during the attempt to apply the appropriate alert level.
2. radiation monitoring conducted and environmental sample analysis to determine the timeliness of the potential hazards and change response strategies.
3. Provide timely information to the State of the response organization incident reviews, recommended Protection Act applies.
Article 24. Medical management of incident response 1. Medical organizations are tasked in the incident response plan are responsible for conducting initial and first aid measures notified to clue receiving information is specified in the response plan to detect the pathological manifestations due to radiation-induced; play the KI for the right audience based on the level of intervention.
Individual organization when detected the pathological manifestations due to radiation cause is responsible for notification to the agency receiving the information specified in the incident response plan.
2. Individual irradiated radioactive contamination and must be treated at the specialist hospital.
3. medical institutions are tasked in the incident response plan are responsible for giving the measure reviews the cancer rate increases for employees and the public response; given appropriate treatment measures when necessary.
Article 25. Limit food consumption, food and protect the long term 1. The command Board of the provincial and national level are responsible for implementing the safeguards, limits food consumption, food and protect the long term consistent with the provisions in annex II of this circular.

2. Ban command levels have the responsibility to organize the management of radioactive waste and radioactive contamination due to handling problems caused.
Article 26. Terminate the action protection, intervention, notice the extent of the problem and restore the environment 1. The leadership levels are responsible for: a) to determine when to terminate the action protection, intervention and announced to the public by the authority;
b) reviews the level of incidents as defined in paragraph 3 Article 82 the Atomic Energy law and announced to the public by the authority.
2. Ban command levels are responsible for organizing the work of professional irradiation dose assessment for staff conducting environmental restoration activities at the end of the recovery process.
3. The restoration of the environment was ended when the following conditions are met: a the effective potential dose Levels) not more than 10 mSv/year by the infected radiation environmental cause;
b) have adopted recovery measures on the principle of the lowest reduction can be achieved in a reasonable manner;
c) Has arguments to see if further recovery action shall apply the benefit obtained is smaller than the costs to implement the Recovery Act.
4. Ban command levels have the responsibility to decide on the cancellation of restrictive measures, intervention, recovering based on the provisions of national and international.
5. where necessary, the Ministry of science and technology, coordinated with relevant ministries and directorates the reference dose level of regulation to end recovery actions.
Chapter III ESTABLISHMENT and APPROVAL of the INCIDENT RESPONSE PLAN and NUCLEAR RADIATION LEVEL and the PROVINCIAL LEVEL 1 INCIDENT RESPONSE PLAN BASE LEVEL article 27. Incident response plan base level in risk groups I, II and III grade incident response plan basis in risk groups I, II and III are structured as follows: 1. General provisions: a) presents the scope and objects of the incident response plan;
b) explains the concept, the term is used in the incident response plan;
c) presents information related to the list, address, contact telephone number of the Organization, the individual participants and incident response organizations, personal support;
d) lists the plan other related issues such as incident response to disasters, fire protection in force in the province, the central cities.
2. legal bases to incident response planning: presentation of the list of legal documents of the competent State bodies at Central and local levels promulgated relevant and cited the main content of the text.
3. Analysis of the risk of causing trouble at the facility: a) based on the risk groups specified in article 4 paragraph 1 of this circular, the risk analysis, the situations and the biggest consequence due cause;
b) analyze the risk related to loss of security for the facility or radioactive sources.
4. Organization structure and responsibilities of the Organization, individuals involved in incident response: a) clearly defined organisational structure and organization chart of incident response;
b) stating the responsibilities of each individual organization in the basis related to the preparation and response to the incident, including the head of the facility; JOC incident response; members of the Board; departments, individuals involved in incident response; departments, other individuals involved response incidents.
The liability of the Organization, the individual must concretize the corresponding requirements are specified in article 5; Article 6; Article 7; Item 1 and item 2 article 8; Item 2, Clause 3 and clause 4 article 9; Paragraph 1, item 2 and Item 3 article 10; Article 11; Item 1 and item 2 article 12; Item 2 article 13 and article 16 of this circular.
5. Preparation and be ready to deal the problem: a) stating the manpower, equipment of the facility to ensure responsibilities are specified in point b of this clause 4;
b) determine the PAZ and UPZ for basis in risk groups I or II according to the provisions in annex IV of this circular;
c) build training plans, the rehearsal (script, time, frequency) for the Organization, individuals involved in incident response;
d) Regulation updating supplement incident response plan.
6. incident response activities: a) applies the principles of incident response as defined in article 3 of this circular to incident response activities;
b) operating mechanism in the process of incident response as defined in article 17 of this circular;
c) approach build mobilized manpower and equipment with suitable response alarming, meet the provisions of paragraph 1 and paragraph 3 Article 18 of this circular;
d) set the stage to deal respectively with the provisions in annex VII of this circular, the criteria needed to achieve each of the phases and processes, specific guidelines to achieve that criteria; the incident response phase must meet the requirements set forth in clause 2 article 19; Article 20; Article 21; Article 22; Article 23; Item 1 and item 2 article 24; Article 25 of this circular;
DD) set up an internal information system, request the help and inform the individual of the PAZ and UPZ.
7. The appendix to incident response plan: a) the documents served as incident response work: map, using the base content template, notice and receiving information as specified in annex VIII of this circular; determine the level of alert and response level; the level of movement of manpower and equipment; appointed commander of the scene;
b) some directions and specific guidelines on the provision of information in response to the incident; security guidelines for employees in response to the incident and the public when incidents occur; advised of the safety incident for zoned as specified in annex VIII of this circular;
c) based on the regulations of environmental recovery in article 26 of this circular, the build process making the decision to end the operation, the target should be achieved when planning long-term recovery;
d) pursuant to paragraph 3 of article 27 of this circular, the build script and process specific response for the incident;
DD) build the report template;
e) build diary incident response.
Article 28. Incident response plan base level in risk group IV 1. The basis of conduct radiation of radioactive sources used in industrial radiographic build incident response plan according to the provisions of article 27 of this circular and should adjust to suit the scale, the number and the level of danger of the radiation source.
2. Basis of radiation work conducted using radioactive sources in Group 2 (except radioactive sources in industrial radiographic), group 3, group 4 as defined in QCVN 6:2010/BKHCN, x-ray equipment in industrial radiographic and accelerator building incident response plan is structured as follows : a) legal base as defined in paragraph 2 of article 27 of this circular;
b) analyze the risk of a malfunction at the facility as defined in paragraph 3 of article 27 of this circular;
c) stating the organization structure and responsibilities of the individual parts of the facility relating to the preparation and response to the incident, which clearly states that regulations on providing resources to serve the facility's response.
The liability of the Organization, this individual must concretize the preparedness requirements corresponding problems are specified in article 5; Clause 1 article 7; Clause 1 article 8; Item 1 and item 2 article 9; Paragraph 3 to article 12; Article 16 of this circular.
The liability of the Organization, this individual must concretize the incident response requirements respectively specified in paragraph 1 and paragraph 3 Article 18; Item 1 and item 2 article 19; Paragraph 1, paragraph 3 and paragraph 4 article 20; Article 22; Paragraph 1 to article 23; Item 2 article 24; Article 26 of this circular.
d) pursuant to point b Paragraph 2 of this Article, build some scripts to deal with some incidents: incidents in the transport of the source, the issue falls source, the incident stuck source, source outages, overdose;
DD) specified on the notice, ask for help and report to the competent authorities under the provisions of the law.
3. Basis of radiation work conducted using radioactive sources in Group 5 as defined in QCVN 6:2010/BKHCN build incident response plan is structured as follows: risk analysis, situations involving radioactive sources was lost, the loss of safety related to radioactive sources, building incident response scenarios under which situations regulations on responsibility when reporting the problem.
4. Basis using x-ray equipment in medical diagnostic x-ray equipment and the other with the equipment specified in clause 2 of this build incident response plan is structured as follows: a) the rules on reporting responsibilities when radiation workers, patients and other individuals being screened overdose;
b) specified the contents the report the incident;
c) regulations on the liability method for dose assessment and follow-up on personal health status irradiated overdose.
Section 2-LEVEL INCIDENT RESPONSE PLAN the Article 29. The incident response plan to grant the province the incident response plan to grant the province built is structured as follows: 1. General provisions prescribed in article 27 paragraph 1 of this circular.
2. The legal base as defined in clause 2 article 27 and additional legal bases for the mobilization, help with manpower, assets, facilities and reimbursement of exhausted serves for the incident response.
3. Analysis of the risk of causing trouble in the province: a) based on the risk groups specified in article 4 paragraph 1 of this circular, the risk analysis, the situations and the biggest consequence due cause;
b) analyze the risk related to insecurity with respect to radioactive sources in the province.
4. Organization structure and responsibilities of the Organization, individuals involved in incident response: a) clearly defined organisational structure and presentation organization responding to the incident;
b) detailing the responsibilities of each individual organization according to the requirements of the preparation and response to incidents, specifically: the structure and composition of the Board to deal the problem; the responsibility of the leadership to deal the problem; the responsibility of each Member of the Board; the responsibility of the Chief Commander; the responsibilities of the institutions involved and responsible for the Organization's support.
The liability of the Organization, this individual must concretize the corresponding requirements are specified in article 5; Article 6; Clause 1 article 7; Clause 1 article 8; Paragraph 1, clause 2 and Clause 5 article 19; Paragraph 4 Article 10; Item 2 article 11; Item 2 article 12; Paragraph 1, paragraph 3 and paragraph 4 to article 13; Article 14; Article 15; Article 16 of this circular.

5. Preparation and be ready to deal the problem: a) specify rules on the preparation of human resources, equipment and funds of the organization participated in the incident response to ensure implementation was the liability specified in point b of this clause 4;
b) for the risk group I or II, must build the incident response plan, ensuring the technical infrastructure, facilities and human resources service of the corresponding incident response for the PAZ and UPZ;
c) build training plans, the rehearsal (script, time, frequency) for organizations, individuals in the plan;
d) rules of work of Board-level incident response the line with local specific conditions;
DD) provisions on the review, update, Supplement plan.
6. incident response activities: a) applies the principles of incident response as defined in article 3 of this circular to incident response activities;
b) operating mechanism in the process of incident response as defined in article 17 of this circular;
c) approach build mobilized manpower and equipment with suitable response alarming, meet the provisions in paragraph 2 and paragraph 3 Article 18 of this circular;
d) set the stage to deal respectively with the provisions in annex VIII of this circular, the criteria needed to achieve each of the phases and processes, specific guidelines to achieve that criteria; the incident response phase must meet the requirements set forth in paragraph 3 article 19; Article 20; Article 21; Article 22; Article 23; Article 24; Article 25; Article 26 of this circular;
DD) building the way content, announced the information related to the incident response process for the organization participated in the incident response, the mass media in the process of incident response according to the guidelines set forth in annex VIII of this circular;
e) construction regulations regarding announcements, help and ask for help to other localities concerned in response to the incident.
7. Appendix: a) list and contact details of the leadership, organization, individuals involved in incident response;
b) documents served as incident response work: model announcements and receiving information; determine the level of alarm and the level of response force; maneuver and appointed the Commander of the scene;
c) some instructions and guidelines such as: instructions provided information in response to the incident; Security Guide for the public and employees to deal the problem when the problem occurred; advised of the safety incident for zoned;
d) according to the rules of environmental recovery in article 26 of this circular, the build process making the decision to end the operation, the target should be achieved when planning long-term recovery;
DD) pursuant to paragraph 3 to article 29 of this circular, the build script and process specific response for the incident;
e) build the report template;
g) build diary incident response.
Category 3 APPROVED INCIDENT RESPONSE PLAN article 30. The record of approval 1 incident response plan. Profile grassroots response plan include:-dispatch recommended approval;
-3 a grassroots response plan been created has the structure and the content as prescribed in this circular; Incident response plan must be signed by the head of the facility and of the facility, with borders and sites have hybrid hard cover.
2. Record the incident response plan to grant the province including:-dispatch recommended approval;
-04 incident response plan established provincial structures and the content as prescribed in this circular; Incident response plan must have the signature and seal of the authorized draft, marked borders lai pages and has a hard cover.
Article 31. The Agency has the authority to approve the 1 incident response plan. Competent authority approval of the plan is the base level issues competent authority granted the license to conduct radiation prescribed in article 23 circular 08/2009/TT-BKHCN on July 22, 2010 the Minister of science and technology guidance on the Declaration licensing, conduct of radiation and radiation worker certification.
2. the approval authority of the incident response plan provincial level, national level prescribed in clause 5 Article 83 the Atomic Energy law; The Ministry of science and technology approved plan for nuclear power plant incident when appraising safety analysis report in the period of the license to build and operate.
Article 32. The order approval procedure incident response plan 1. The Organization, the individual recommended approval of the incident response plan level must submit 1 record as defined in paragraph 1 of article 30 of this circular regarding the competent authority for approval under the rules. During 10 working days from the date of receiving the application, the competent authority has the responsibility to conduct the appraisal records, approval of the incident response plan if a profile meet the requirements. The case does not agree to the Agency for approval, the approval authority must reply in writing and stating the reason.
2. the people's provincial Security Committee recommended approval of the incident response plan to grant the province must submit the prescribed records 01 item 2 article 30 of this circular to the Ministry of science and technology. Within 10 working days from the date the Ministry of science and technology received the application, the Ministry of science and technology have the responsibility to establish authority incident response plan. Within a period of 60 days, after the results of the assessment authority, the Ministry of science and technology will make a decision approving the plan province-level incident response. The case of the Ministry of science and technology do not agree approval, must respond in writing and stating the reason.
Chapter IV the TERMS OF IMPLEMENTATION of Article 33. Transitional provisions 1. Incident response plan was established and approved in accordance with circular No. 24/2012/TT-BKHCN on December 4th, 2012 of the Minister of science and technology on the guidelines established and approved plan the incident radiation, nuclear facility and provincial level shall not make approval procedures.
2. incident response plan has been created but has not been approved before the date this circular effect then you have to edit and submit the supplement plan incident as prescribed in this circular.
Article 34. Effect 1. This circular effect since November 24, 2014.
2. This circular replaces circular No. 24/2012/TT-BKHCN on December 4th, 2012 of the Minister of science and technology on the guidelines established and approved plan the incident radiation, nuclear facility and provincial level.
3. in the implementation process, if there are problems or new issues arise, suggest that the agencies, organizations, personal reflections in time about the Ministry of science and technology for consideration of additional amendments accordingly.