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  • WENRA Reports
    Technical support ASN s Scientific Committee The IRSN The Advisory Committees Approving organisations and laboratories ASN s other technical support organisations Professional events Radon national action plan workshop International Conference on Modern Radiotherapy 2 4 December 2009 IAEA ASN workshop 22 23 March 2007 Symposium international NuPEER Convention on Nuclear Safety Joint Convention on the safety of spent fuel management IAEA Safety Reviews and Appraisals in France OSART Mission conducted in France WENRA Reports Section map Section map International International reference texts Euratom Treaty IAEA safety standards International conventions Bilateral relations ASN s counterparts Personnel exchanges between ASN and its foreign counterparts Multilateral relations in Europe The European Union Clubs of Nuclear Safety and Radiation Protection Authorities Other organisations Multilateral assistance plans Multilateral relations outside Europe International Atomic Energy Agency Nuclear Energy Agency of the OECD Other UN organisations Other associations of nuclear safety and radiation protection authorities International Commission on Radiological Protection Section map Home ASN Professional events WENRA Reports Print Mettre en favoris Share on ASN About ASN Technical support Professional events Radon national action plan workshop International Conference on Modern Radiotherapy 2 4 December 2009 IAEA ASN workshop 22 23 March 2007 Symposium international NuPEER Convention on Nuclear Safety CNS Joint Convention on the Safety of Spent Fuel Management and Safety of Radioactive Waste Management IAEA Safety Reviews and Appraisals in France OSART Mission conducted in France WENRA Reports Contact us WENRA Reports The Western European Nuclear Regulators Association WENRA was created in February 1999 the founding members being the nuclear safety authorities and regulators of Germany Belgium Spain Finland France Italy the Netherlands the United Kingdom Sweden and Switzerland In March 2003 the WENRA members decided to integrate into their association the nuclear safety regulators of seven nuclear countries having at least one nuclear power reactor

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  • Section map
    only European stress tests CSA Videos Supervision of the epr reactor Principles for the construction of EPR Resources Project concerning the installation of an EPR at Penly Section map ASN About ASN Activities monitored by ASN The ASN doctrine The ASN strategy The ASN commission The ASN organisation Contact us Technical support ASN s Scientific Committee The IRSN The Advisory Committees Approving organisations and laboratories ASN s other technical support organisations Professional events Radon national action plan workshop International Conference on Modern Radiotherapy 2 4 December 2009 IAEA ASN workshop 22 23 March 2007 Symposium international NuPEER Convention on Nuclear Safety Joint Convention on the safety of spent fuel management IAEA Safety Reviews and Appraisals in France OSART Mission conducted in France WENRA Reports Section map Section map International International reference texts Euratom Treaty IAEA safety standards International conventions Bilateral relations ASN s counterparts Personnel exchanges between ASN and its foreign counterparts Multilateral relations in Europe The European Union Clubs of Nuclear Safety and Radiation Protection Authorities Other organisations Multilateral assistance plans Multilateral relations outside Europe International Atomic Energy Agency Nuclear Energy Agency of the OECD Other UN organisations Other associations of nuclear safety and radiation protection authorities International Commission on Radiological Protection Section map Home ASN Section map Print Mettre en favoris Share on Section plan Technical support ASN s Scientific Committee Members of ASN s Scientific Committee The IRSN The Advisory Committees Approving organisations and laboratories ASN s other technical support organisations Professional events Radon national action plan workshop Introduction Session 1 Session 2 Session 3 Session 4 Conclusion International Conference on Modern Radiotherapy 2 4 December 2009 Background and objectives Opening session Sessions Synthesis and conclusions IAEA ASN workshop 22 23 March 2007 IRRS Workshop summary Symposium international NuPEER Recueil des contributions Collection of papers Actes du

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  • Section map
    only European stress tests CSA Videos Supervision of the epr reactor Principles for the construction of EPR Resources Project concerning the installation of an EPR at Penly Section map ASN About ASN Activities monitored by ASN The ASN doctrine The ASN strategy The ASN commission The ASN organisation Contact us Technical support ASN s Scientific Committee The IRSN The Advisory Committees Approving organisations and laboratories ASN s other technical support organisations Professional events Radon national action plan workshop International Conference on Modern Radiotherapy 2 4 December 2009 IAEA ASN workshop 22 23 March 2007 Symposium international NuPEER Convention on Nuclear Safety Joint Convention on the safety of spent fuel management IAEA Safety Reviews and Appraisals in France OSART Mission conducted in France WENRA Reports Section map Section map International International reference texts Euratom Treaty IAEA safety standards International conventions Bilateral relations ASN s counterparts Personnel exchanges between ASN and its foreign counterparts Multilateral relations in Europe The European Union Clubs of Nuclear Safety and Radiation Protection Authorities Other organisations Multilateral assistance plans Multilateral relations outside Europe International Atomic Energy Agency Nuclear Energy Agency of the OECD Other UN organisations Other associations of nuclear safety and radiation protection authorities International Commission on Radiological Protection Section map Home ASN Section map Print Mettre en favoris Share on Section plan Technical support ASN s Scientific Committee Members of ASN s Scientific Committee The IRSN The Advisory Committees Approving organisations and laboratories ASN s other technical support organisations Professional events Radon national action plan workshop Introduction Session 1 Session 2 Session 3 Session 4 Conclusion International Conference on Modern Radiotherapy 2 4 December 2009 Background and objectives Opening session Sessions Synthesis and conclusions IAEA ASN workshop 22 23 March 2007 IRRS Workshop summary Symposium international NuPEER Recueil des contributions Collection of papers Actes du

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  • International
    Bilateral relations ASN s counterparts Personnel exchanges between ASN and its foreign counterparts Multilateral relations in Europe The European Union Clubs of Nuclear Safety and Radiation Protection Authorities Other organisations Multilateral assistance plans Multilateral relations outside Europe International Atomic Energy Agency Nuclear Energy Agency of the OECD Other UN organisations Other associations of nuclear safety and radiation protection authorities International Commission on Radiological Protection Section map Home International Mettre en favoris Share on International International reference texts Multilateral relations in Europe Multilateral relations outside Europe Bilateral relations International The French nuclear fleet monitored by ASN the French Nuclear Safety Authority is one of the most diversified in the world ASN therefore aims to ensure that its control on nuclear safety and radiation protection constitutes an international reference The French nuclear fleet monitored by ASN the French Nuclear Safety Authority is one of the most diversified in the world ASN therefore aims to ensure that its control on nuclear safety and radiation protection constitutes an international reference The Act of 13 th June 2006 relative to transparency and security in the nuclear field which established ASN as an administrative authority independent of the Government underpins its legitimacy It also instituted the Commission of Commissioners giving ASN a new operational vector of outreach and presence Its international missions are assigned to it by Article 9 of the Act of 13 th June 2006 ASN addresses the Government its proposals for defining the French position in international negotiations in its areas of competence At the request of the Government it participates in the French representation in the fora of the international and European Community organisations competent in these areas For application of international agreements or European Union regulations concerning radiological emergencies ASN is competent to alert and inform the authorities of third States or to receive alerts and information from them International relations represent an important part of ASN s activities as they constitute an effective means of improving nuclear safety and radiation protection both in France and abroad They give ASN and its foreign counterparts better mutual knowledge and understanding of their respective methods of functioning and the problems with which they are confronted They also provide a means of assisting countries that wish to create develop or make changes to their nuclear safety and radiation protection authority And lastly they are the engine driving progress towards the vital goal of harmonising principles and standards in nuclear safety and radiation protection The end purpose of ASN s action in this area consists in developing a common approach to nuclear safety without making the slightest concession with regard to the fundamental principle nuclear safety must be the first priority Exchanges with foreign counterparts ASN favours exchanges with its foreign counterparts in order to deepen its approach improve its knowledge of the actual functioning of the foreign nuclear safety and radiation protection authorities and draw lessons from this for its own functioning and where applicable reinforce its arguments in technical discussions with the French

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  • International reference texts
    Activities monitored by ASN The ASN doctrine The ASN strategy The ASN commission The ASN organisation Contact us Technical support ASN s Scientific Committee The IRSN The Advisory Committees Approving organisations and laboratories ASN s other technical support organisations Professional events Radon national action plan workshop International Conference on Modern Radiotherapy 2 4 December 2009 IAEA ASN workshop 22 23 March 2007 Symposium international NuPEER Convention on Nuclear Safety Joint Convention on the safety of spent fuel management IAEA Safety Reviews and Appraisals in France OSART Mission conducted in France WENRA Reports Section map Section map International International reference texts Euratom Treaty IAEA safety standards International conventions Bilateral relations ASN s counterparts Personnel exchanges between ASN and its foreign counterparts Multilateral relations in Europe The European Union Clubs of Nuclear Safety and Radiation Protection Authorities Other organisations Multilateral assistance plans Multilateral relations outside Europe International Atomic Energy Agency Nuclear Energy Agency of the OECD Other UN organisations Other associations of nuclear safety and radiation protection authorities International Commission on Radiological Protection Section map Home International International reference texts Print Mettre en favoris Share on International International reference texts Euratom Treaty IAEA safety standards International conventions Multilateral relations in Europe Multilateral relations outside Europe Bilateral relations International reference texts The international reference texts are the international conventions and treaties to which France is a contracting party and those reference texts and recommendations concerning nuclear safety and radiation protection that are not formally binding Euratom Treaty The Treaty establishing the European Community of Atomic Energy called Euratom is focus on the use of nuclear energy for civil purposes and supports originally the need for countries to achieve energy independence The Euratom treaty unlike the other treaties that have instituted the other European Communities has not merged with the European Union which makes

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  • Euratom Treaty
    between ASN and its foreign counterparts Multilateral relations in Europe The European Union Clubs of Nuclear Safety and Radiation Protection Authorities Other organisations Multilateral assistance plans Multilateral relations outside Europe International Atomic Energy Agency Nuclear Energy Agency of the OECD Other UN organisations Other associations of nuclear safety and radiation protection authorities International Commission on Radiological Protection Section map Home International International reference texts Euratom Treaty Print Mettre en favoris Share on International International reference texts Euratom Treaty IAEA safety standards International conventions Multilateral relations in Europe Multilateral relations outside Europe Bilateral relations Euratom Treaty and European Directives The purpose of the EURATOM Treaty which was signed in 1957 and entered into force in 1958 in a context of energy deficit allows the development of nuclear energy while protecting the population and workers against the harmful effects of ionising radiation The European Commission produces directives that member states are obliged to implement into their own national legislation Learn more The Euratom Treaty More information on the Euratom Treaty European directives concerning radiation protection Five directives on radiation protection currently constitute the foundation of French legislation and regulations with regard to radiation protection Directive 96 29 Euratom of May 13 1996 setting out the basic standards for the health protection of the general public and workers against the dangers arising from ionising radiation Directive 97 43 Euratom of June 30 1997 relative to the health protection of persons against the hazards of ionising radiation during exposure for medical purposes replacing directive 84 466 Euratom Directive 89 618 Euratom of November 27 1989 on informing the general public about health protection measures to be applied and steps to be taken in the event of a radiological emergency Directive 90 641 Euratom of December 4 1990 concerning the protection of outside workers exposed

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  • IAEA safety standards
    support ASN s Scientific Committee The IRSN The Advisory Committees Approving organisations and laboratories ASN s other technical support organisations Professional events Radon national action plan workshop International Conference on Modern Radiotherapy 2 4 December 2009 IAEA ASN workshop 22 23 March 2007 Symposium international NuPEER Convention on Nuclear Safety Joint Convention on the safety of spent fuel management IAEA Safety Reviews and Appraisals in France OSART Mission conducted in France WENRA Reports Section map Section map International International reference texts Euratom Treaty IAEA safety standards International conventions Bilateral relations ASN s counterparts Personnel exchanges between ASN and its foreign counterparts Multilateral relations in Europe The European Union Clubs of Nuclear Safety and Radiation Protection Authorities Other organisations Multilateral assistance plans Multilateral relations outside Europe International Atomic Energy Agency Nuclear Energy Agency of the OECD Other UN organisations Other associations of nuclear safety and radiation protection authorities International Commission on Radiological Protection Section map Home International International reference texts IAEA safety standards Print Mettre en favoris Share on International International reference texts Euratom Treaty IAEA safety standards International conventions Multilateral relations in Europe Multilateral relations outside Europe Bilateral relations IAEA safety standards The IAEA safety standards constitute a set of documents that are not legally binding Nevertheless they constitute a recognised international reference in nuclear safety and radiation protection They describe the principles and the best practices in these areas The set of standards is broken down into a three level documentary pyramid The top level contains the standard relative to the fundamental principles of nuclear safety The intermediate level contains the safety requirements The basic level contains the safety guides In 2013 150 documents were published They are revised regularly The development of safety standards is based on a rigorous and robust process Since the beginning of 1996 this

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  • International conventions
    ASN and its foreign counterparts Multilateral relations in Europe The European Union Clubs of Nuclear Safety and Radiation Protection Authorities Other organisations Multilateral assistance plans Multilateral relations outside Europe International Atomic Energy Agency Nuclear Energy Agency of the OECD Other UN organisations Other associations of nuclear safety and radiation protection authorities International Commission on Radiological Protection Section map Home International International reference texts International conventions Print Mettre en favoris Share on International International reference texts Euratom Treaty IAEA safety standards International conventions Joint Convention on the Safety of Spent Fuel Management and Safety of Radioactive Waste Management Convention on Assistance in the Case of a Nuclear Accident Convention on Early Notification of a Nuclear Accident Convention on Nuclear Safety CNS Others conventions Multilateral relations in Europe Multilateral relations outside Europe Bilateral relations International conventions The conventions are based on the principle of voluntary commitment of the Countries which remain solely responsible for the facilities under their own jurisdiction Two conventions relate to the prevention of nuclear accidents Convention on Nuclear Safety and Joint Convention on the Safety of Spent Fuel Management and on the Safety of Radioactive Waste Management while two others relate to the management of their consequences Convention on Early Notification of a Nuclear Accident and Convention on Assistance in the Case of a Nuclear Accident or Radiological Emergency France is a contracting party to these four conventions IAEA is the depository of these conventions and provides the relevant secretariat services Joint Convention on the Safety of Spent Fuel Management and Safety of Radioactive Waste Management The Joint Convention on the safety of spent fuel management and on the safety of radioactive waste management is supplementing the Convention on Nuclear Safety It was approved by France on February 22 2000 and it entered into force on June 18

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