Appraisal for the United Kingdom of the safety of the transport of radioactive material
International Atomic Energy Agency, Oct 8, 2002 - Transportation - 104 pages
This report summarizes the findings of an appraisal carried out by 14 independent experts from 9 to 21 June 2002 on all transport activities of radioactive material in the United Kingdom, both domestic and international, for all modes of transport, with special emphasis on maritime transport. This appraisal was made against the requirements of international transport safety regulatory documents including the Regulations for the Safe Transport of Nuclear Material, Safety Standards Series No. TS-R-1 (ST-1, Revised), 2001.
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SUMMARY AND FINDINGS
INTERNATIONAL PERSPECTIVE ON TRANSPORT SAFETY
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activities addition agreement air transport Amersham application appraisal team audits and inspections Authorization process Barrow-in-Furness basis BNFL CDGC co-ordinate Committee consignors Department for Transport detailed determined developed Emergency Plan emergency response ensure established evaluate experts facilities findings guidance HSE RI IAEA ICAO identified implementation INF Code material inspection and enforcement inter alia intermodal International Maritime Organization international regulatory documents Irish Sea Issue legislative and governmental maritime transport memorandum of understanding modes of transport multilateral approval NRPB nuclear power organizations package designs paras practice radiation protection radioactive material transport RADSAFE rail recommendations regulatory body regulatory requirements relevant requested review and assessment RMTD safe transport safety standard Secretary Sellafield shipments specific Statutory Instruments Subteam suggested Team member technical Topical review area TranSAS transport of dangerous transport of radioactive transport Operations Transport Regulations Transport Safety Appraisal UK competent authority UNECE users validation