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  • Bilateral relations
    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 International Bilateral relations Print Mettre en favoris Share on International International reference texts Multilateral relations in Europe Multilateral relations outside Europe Bilateral relations ASN s counterparts Personnel exchanges between ASN and its foreign counterparts Bilateral relations ASN collaborates with many countries within the framework of bilateral agreements particularly those signed with the regulatory bodies of France s neighbouring countries Bilateral relations between ASN and its foreign counterparts are a priority focus for international actions They allow responsive and direct interactions on topical subjects and the rapid implementation of cooperation measures They also prove to be extremely useful in the

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  • ASN's counterparts
    Mining MEM Areas of competence nuclear safety National Centre of Radiation Protection of the Ministry of Health CNRP Area of competence radiation protection Mauritania Mauritanian National Authority for Radiation Protection Nuclear Safety and Security Area of competence nuclear safety and radiation protection Tunisia Tunisian Centre for Radiation Protection Area of competence radiation protection North America Canada Canadian Nuclear Safety Commission CNSC Area of competence nuclear safety and radiation protection United States of America Nuclear Regulatory Commission NRC US Area of competence nuclear safety and radiation protection Environment Protection Agency EPA Area of competence radiation protection Conference of Radiation Control Program Directors CRCPD Area of competence radiation protection Mexico Comisión Nacional de Seguridad Nuclear y Salvaguardias CNSNS Comisión Nacional de Seguridad Nuclear y Salvaguardias CNS Area of competence nuclear safety and radiation protection South America Argentina Nuclear Regulatory Authority ARN Area of competence nuclear safety and radiation protection Brazil Comissao Nacional de Energia Nuclear CNEN Area of competence nuclear safety and radiation protection Asia China National Nuclear Safety Administration NNSA Area of competence nuclear safety and radiation protection South Korea Nuclear Safety Security Commission NSSC Area of competence nuclear safety and radiation protection TSO Korea Institute of Nuclear Safety KINS Area of competence nuclear safety and radiation protection United Arab Emirates Federal Authority for Nuclear Regulation FANR India Atomic Energy Regulatory Board Area of competence nuclear safety and radiation protection Japan National Regulatory Authority NRA Area of competence nuclear safety and radiation protection Japan Nuclear Energy Safety Organisation JNES technical support in the field of reactors Area of competence nuclear safety Jordan Jordan Nuclear Regulatory Commission JNRC Area of competence nuclear safety and radiation protection Kazakhstan Kazakhstan Atomic Energy Committee KAEC Area of competence nuclear safety and radiation protection Russia Federation of Federal Environmental Engineering and Nuclear Supervision Agency ROSTECHNADZOR Area of competence nuclear safety and radiation protection Vietnam VARANS Area of competence nuclear safety and radiation protection Europe Germany Bundesministerium für Umwelt Naturschutz und Reaktorsicherheit BMU Area of competence nuclear safety and radiation protection Bundesamt für Stralhenschutz BFS Area of competence radiation protection Austria Bundesministerium für Land und Forstwirtschaft Umwelt und Wasserwirtschaft Area of competence nuclear safety and radiation protection Bundesministerium für Inneres Area of competence nuclear safety Federal Ministry of Agriculture Forestry Environment and Water Management Federal Ministry of Health Belgium Agence Fédérale de Contrôle Nucléaire AFCN Area of competence nuclear safety and radiation protection Bel V subsidiary of AFCN Area of competence nuclear safety Bulgaria Nuclear Regulatory Agency NRA Area of competence nuclear safety and radiation protection Cyprus Ministry of Labour and Social Insurance Department of Labour Inspection Radiation Inspections and Control Service Area of competence nuclear safety and radiation protection Croatia DZRNS Area of competence nuclear safety and radiation protection Greece Greek Atomic Energy Commission Area of competence nuclear safety and radiation protection Denmark National Board of Health National Institute of Radiation Protection Area of competence nuclear safety and radiation protection Spain Consejo de Seguridad Nuclear CSN Area of competence nuclear safety and radiation protection Estonia Keskkonnaamet

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  • Personnel exchanges between ASN and its foreign counterparts
    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 Bilateral relations Personnel exchanges between ASN and its foreign counterparts Print Mettre en favoris Share on International International reference texts Multilateral relations in Europe Multilateral relations outside Europe Bilateral relations ASN s counterparts Personnel exchanges between ASN and its foreign counterparts Personnel exchanges between ASN and its foreign counterparts For many years now ASN has maintained relations with its foreign counterparts whether on a multilateral or a bilateral basis One of the means used by ASN to strengthen its bilateral relations is the system of personnel exchanges the aims of which are to enhance the relations between the two nuclear safety and radiation protection regulatory bodies to improve the quality of the work done by each of these two regulator by enabling the staff on secondment to assimilate the experience and best practices of their foreign counterparts so that their own regulator can benefit from them when they return and by hosting foreign staff in turn accepting an outside view of their own operations to harmonise practices between regulators and to promote the flow of information and technical exchanges A number of methods have been adopted for these exchanges very short actions one to two days enabling us to offer our counterparts cross inspections and joint emergency exercises these consist in inviting foreign inspectors to take part in inspections or emergency exercises carried out by the inspectors from the country concerned long duration exchanges about three years in order to take part in

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  • Multilateral relations in Europe
    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 International Multilateral relations in Europe Print Mettre en favoris Share on International International reference texts Multilateral relations in Europe The European Union Clubs of Nuclear Safety and Radiation Protection Authorities Other organisations Multilateral assistance plans Multilateral relations outside Europe Bilateral relations Multilateral relations in Europe Enlarge the visual Europe constitutes the priority field of international action for ASN which thereby intends contributing to the construction of a Europe of nuclear safety of safety of management of nuclear waste and spent fuel and of radiation protection The European Union More than a confederation of States and less than a Federal State the European Union is based on an original political system

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  • The European Union
    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 Multilateral relations in Europe The European Union Print Mettre en favoris Share on International International reference texts Multilateral relations in Europe The European Union Euratom treaty and secondary legislation Nuclear Safety Directive Waste Directive Radiation protection directives Relations with EU institutions ENSREG Clubs of Nuclear Safety and Radiation Protection Authorities Other organisations Multilateral assistance plans Multilateral relations outside Europe Bilateral relations The European Union Le Parlement Européen Strasbourg Enlarge the visual More than a confederation of States and less than a Federal State the European Union is based on an original political system that fits into no legal category and has been evolving constantly for more than fifty five years Today the European Union with the Treaty instituting the European Community of Atomic Energy Euratom and its secondary legislation is at the centre of the regulatory work in the field of nuclear safety and radiation protection Learn more Main steps in the construction of Europe also see the history of the European Union here European Union institutions Euratom treaty and secondary legislation The Treaties constitute the primary legislation of the European Union comparable with constitutional law at national level They define the fundamental elements of the Union including more specifically the competences the legislative procedures and the powers attributed Secondary legislation this means the legislative acts adopted by the European institutions applying the provisions of the treaties The acts can be legally binding or non legally binding Read more Nuclear Safety Directive The discussions on a directive to establish a community framework for the nuclear safety of nuclear installations 2009 71 EURATOM were concluded on June 25 2009 For the first time a legally binding instrument was adopted at a regional level by States in Nuclear Safety field It was a step forward regarding the assertion of IAEA fundamental principles for the instance the primary responsibility of licensees and recognised worldwide safety requirements right of information for the public Due to Fukushima accident in March 2011 on the basis of a mandate given by the Council of European Union the European Commission presented a revision proposal for the directive in June 13 2013 and the negotiations will carry on by the mid of the Year 2014 Read more Waste Directive On 19 July 2011 the Council of the European Union adopted a directive establishing a community framework for the responsible and safe management of spent fuel and radioactive waste and of unusable radioactive materials coming from the nuclear industry medical

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  • Clubs of Nuclear Safety and Radiation Protection Authorities
    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 International Multilateral relations in Europe Clubs of Nuclear Safety and Radiation Protection Authorities Print Mettre en favoris Share on International International reference texts Multilateral relations in Europe The European Union Clubs of Nuclear Safety and Radiation Protection Authorities HERCA WENRA Other organisations Multilateral assistance plans Multilateral relations outside Europe Bilateral relations Clubs of Nuclear Safety and Radiation Protection Authorities HERCA The association HERCA Heads of European Radiological Protection Competent Authorities was created on the initiative of ASN in 2007 HERCA proposes concrete elements promoting the harmonisation of regulations and practices HERCA has thus become a major actor of radiation protection in Europe Read

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  • Other organisations
    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 Multilateral relations in Europe Other organisations Print Mettre en favoris Share on International International reference texts Multilateral relations in Europe The European Union Clubs of Nuclear Safety and Radiation Protection Authorities Other organisations Le réseau ALARA européen et le réseau des Autorités en radioprotection Multilateral assistance plans Multilateral relations outside Europe Bilateral relations Other organisations The European ALARA Network EAN and the European Radiation Protection Authorities Network ERPAN The ALARA As Low As Reasonably Achievable principle consists in taking the most effective protection measures considered to be reasonable irrespective of the exposure levels Application of this principle weighs the protection resources against the level of protection in order to attain the best possible protection considering the economic and social conditions Thus under the aegis of the European Commission the ALARA network 20 countries identifies assesses and selects the best radiation protection actions for keeping the exposure of workers and the general public at a level that is as low as reasonably achievable ASN is a member of the European ALARA Network EAN participating regularly at its six monthly meetings These meetings provide the opportunity for the

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  • Multilateral assistance plans
    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 Multilateral relations in Europe Multilateral assistance plans Print Mettre en favoris Share on International International reference texts Multilateral relations in Europe The European Union Clubs of Nuclear Safety and Radiation Protection Authorities Other organisations Multilateral assistance plans Multilateral relations outside Europe Bilateral relations Multilateral assistance plans Further to the Chernobyl accident that occurred on 26 th April 1986 and the opening of the Soviet bloc the G7 summit in Munich in July 1992 defined three priority lines of assistance to the countries of Eastern Europe in the area of nuclear safety help improve the operational safety of the existing reactors financially support the improvement measures that can be taken in the short term on the less safe reactors improve the organisation of oversight of safety by identifying the responsibilities of the various entities involved and reinforcing the role and the competences of the local nuclear safety authorities Assistance programmes have been set up by the European Commission to achieve these objectives They constitute the nuclear part of the PHARE Poland Hungary Assistance for Restructuring of the Economy programmes which more particularly addressed the candidate countries for entry into the European Union and TACIS Technical Assistance to the Commonwealth of Independent States intended for the countries of the ex Soviet Union These two programmes were respectively replaced in 2007 by the Instrument of Pre accession Assistance IPA and the Instrument for Nuclear Safety Cooperation INSC which extends to all countries in the world with no geographical limits ASN coordinates the programmes conducted in the Ukraine Vietnam and China and has participated in projects providing regulatory assistance to the Russian Federation the Ukraine Kazakhstan and Egypt These actions are supplemented by other international technical assistance programmes that respond to resolutions taken by the G7 to improve nuclear safety in third countries and which are financed by contributions from donor countries and from the European Union ASN thus took part in expert groups reporting to the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development EBRD tasked with managing multilateral funds to finance the following actions delicensing of nuclear reactors in Bulgaria Kozloduy 1 to 4 Lithuania Ignalina 1 2 and Slovakia Bohunice V1 1 2 installation of a new sarcophagus for Chernobyl unit 4 where the accident occurred in April 1986 and the construction of storage and reprocessing facilities for the spent fuel and waste still present on the site decommissioning of the Russian nuclear submarines withdrawn from services and radiological clean up of the White Sea naval bases Lastly in the area of nuclear safety ASN participate within the French delegation in the Nuclear Safety and Security

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