U.s. Government - Nuclear Energy, Power Plant, And Reactor Sourcebook: Nrc National Report For The Convention On Nuclear Safety, Strategic Plan, Decommissioning, Fire Protection, ... Waste Storage, Disposal
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This is a print replica reproduction of several important documents from the Nuclear Regulatory Commission (NRC): 2013 USA Sixth National Report for the Convention on Nuclear Safety; NRC Strategic Plan for 2014-2018; Decommissioning Nuclear Power Plants; Fire Protection Program for Operating Reactors; Protecting our Nation: A Report of the U.S. NRC; Radioactive Waste: Production, Storage, Disposal; Reactor Oversight Process. Two bonus documents are also included: Citizen's Guide to U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission Information and 2016 Congressional Budget Justification.The United States (U.S.) Nuclear Regulatory Commission (NRC) has updated NUREG-1650, “The United States of America Fifth National Report for the Convention on Nuclear Safety,” Revision 3, issued August 2010, and will submit this report for peer review at the sixth review meeting of the Convention on Nuclear Safety at the International Atomic Energy Agency in Vienna Austria, in March 2014. This report addresses the safety of land-based commercial nuclear power plants in the United States. It demonstrates how the U.S. Government achieves and maintains a high level of nuclear safety worldwide by enhancing national measures and international cooperation, and by meeting the obligations of all the articles established by the Convention. These articles address the safety of existing nuclear installations, the legislative and regulatory framework, the regulatory body, responsibility of the licensee, the priority given to safety, financial and human resources, human factors, quality assurance, assessment and verification of safety, radiation protection, emergency preparedness, siting, design and construction, and operation. This report addresses the actions the United States has taken to improve nuclear safety in response to the March 11, 2011, accident at the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant in Japan.Nuclear power facilities must be designed, constructed, and operated in a manner that ensures: (1) the prevention of accidents that could cause undue risk to public health and safety and (2) the mitigation of adverse consequences of such accidents if they should occur. A primary way to achieve these objectives is to establish and effectively implement a nuclear quality assurance program. Although a licensee may delegate aspects of the establishment or execution of the quality assurance program to others, the licensee remains ultimately responsible for the program’s overall effectiveness. Licensees carry out a variety of self-assessments to validate the effectiveness of their quality assurance program implementation. The NRC reviews descriptions of quality assurance programs and performs onsite inspections to verify aspects of the program implementation.The NRC is also working cooperatively with its international regulatory counterparts to share best practices and lessons learned. In December 2012, the NRC hosted the first-ever International Security Regulators Conference with the objective of deepening our relationships with security regulators around the world. In addition, our extensive cooperation with the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) helps ensure that our program benefits from international insights, and vice versa. The NRC hosted an IAEA International Physical Protection Advisory Service mission in an effort to seek further feedback on some aspects of our security program from the international community. As many of you are aware, one important component of the NRC’s security program is emergency preparedness and response. The 2011 Fukushima Daiichi accident reinforced the need for nuclear regulators to prepare themselves and their licensees to handle all kinds of emergencies, irrespective of their cause.
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