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|Title:||Development of IAEA High Level Guidelines for Designers and Operators - Safeguards-By-Design|
|Authors:||SEVINI Filippo; PEERANI Paolo; JANSSENS Willem; BOELLA Maurizio; KOUTSOYANNOPOULOS Christos; CHARE Peter; KILLEEN Tom|
|Citation:||IAEA Safeguards Symposium 2010|
|Publisher:||International Atomic Energy Agency|
|Type:||Articles in periodicals and books|
|Abstract:||At the end of 2008, the IAEA launched a new task on ¿Guidance for Designers and Operators and Measures to facilitate the implementation of Safeguards at Future Nuclear Cycle Facilities¿, contributed by EURATOM and other MS Support Programmes, whose goal is to formulate ¿safeguards by design¿, or SBD, Guidelines to designers and operators. SBD is a process that facilitates the implementation of international safeguards by taking into account requirements and guidelines very early in the design phase. To this scope, the legal framework and the interaction among the stake-holders need to be improved. The overall process can thus be made more effective and efficient without costly back-fitting and iterations. In this context, at the end of 2008, the IAEA launched a new task on ¿Guidance for Designers and Operators and Measures to facilitate the implementation of Safeguards at Future Nuclear Cycle Facilities¿, with contributions by EURATOM and other Member State Support Programmes (MSSP). A first set of high level guidelines of the IAEA Safeguards by Design series was drafted by EURATOM experts, and will be the basis for further improvements. This paper will develop on the contents of the document, as well as on methodological developments. Facility specific guidelines will have to be prepared to serve as reference for the design of new evolutionary and innovative facilities. All this will be achieved within useful deadlines with the contributions of other support programmes.|
|JRC Institute:||Nuclear Safety and Security|
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