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September 10, 2021

Agreement States Radiation

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The adequacy elements of the programme [3] focus on the protection of public health and safety in a given Contracting State, while the elements of the compatibility programme focus on the effects of national regulation of contractual documents by a Contracting State or their potential effects on other legal systems. Certain elements of the program for compatibility reasons may also have an impact on public health and safety. Therefore, they can also be considered as program elements for adequacy. This Declaration of Principles deals with the interaction between the Confederation and the Länder within the framework of the AEA in order to conclude and maintain (1) agreements with the States referred to in Subsection 274b. which provide that the NRC shall establish responsibility for the NRC`s management of a regulatory program relating to the safe use of contract equipment and that the Crown shall assume responsibility for it; 2. ensure that interactions between the NRC and the radiation protection programmes of the Agreement Member State are coordinated in accordance with the Agreement; and (3) ensure that States Parties provide adequate protection for public health and safety and maintain programs consistent with the NRC regulatory program. The NRC and states parties are responsible for the compatibility of radiation protection programmes. Such radiation protection programmes should be based on a common regulatory philosophy, including the joint use of definitions and standards. Programs should be effective in getting Started Print page 48537 and implemented cooperatively by NRC and States Parties, as well as common consistency and strategic outcomes in areas of national importance. The NRC will provide states with training and assistance, for example. B assistance in the development of rules and programme descriptions, in order to help each State prepare its application for an agreement and to assist them before the adoption of the regulatory authority. Following the approval of the agreement and the assumption of responsibility for the regulatory authority by a new Contracting State, the NRC may provide, to the extent that resources permit, training and other assistance (e.g. B review of proposed regulatory amendments to assist States Parties in managing their regulatory tasks).

Nevertheless, it is the responsibility of each agreeing State to ensure that it has a sufficient number of qualified personnel to implement its programme. If the NRC is unable to provide training, the Contracting State shall do so. States Parties have concluded agreements with NRAs giving them the power to inspect and inspect special nuclear by-products, sources or materials used or possessed within their borders. Any applicant, with the exception of a federal authority or an Indian tribe recognized by the State, who wishes to possess or use licensed material in one of those Contracting States, should apply to the competent officials of that State for advice on the preparation of an application. Such requests should be filed with state officials and not with NRAs. The State Party shall respond to reported incidents, events and assertions concerning documents of agreement under the jurisdiction of the State and shall carry out timely inspections or investigations in order to adequately ensure the protection of public health and safety. . . .

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