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State Nuclear Regulatory Inspectorate of Ukraine
General Information
Iryna Gutsalo
Department of International Cooperation
and European Integration
GNSSN Workshop on National Nuclear Regulatory Portals, 04–06 July 2011, BMU, Bonn, Germany
The State Nuclear Regulatory Inspectorate of Ukraine
(SNRIU)
 Established according to Decree of the President of Ukraine
№1303 of 5 December 2000;
 The Provisions on SNRIU was approved by the Cabinet of
Ministers of Ukraine Enactment №1830 of 27 December 2006;
 SNRIU reports to the Cabinet of Ministers of Ukraine;
 SNRIU is independent from the State agencies,
establishments and officials whose activity is associated
with the use of nuclear energy.
SNRIU STRUCTURE
SNRIU State Inspections on Nuclear and Radiation
Safety
Eight State Inspections on Nuclear and Radiation Safety have
been established pursuant to the Decree of the Cabinet of
Ministers of Ukraine No. 796 of 07 June 2006:
– Northern Inspection (covers 5 “oblasts” + Kyiv);
– North-Western Inspection (4 “oblasts”);
– Western Inspection (4 “oblasts”);
– Southern Inspection ( 3 “oblasts”);
– South-Eastern Inspection (3 “oblasts”);
– Central Inspection (2 “oblasts”);
– Eastern Inspection ( 3 “oblasts”);
– Crimean Inspection (Crimea Autonomous Republic +
Sevastopol).
SNRIU State Inspections on Nuclear and Radiation
Safety
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State Inspections on Nuclear
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Crimean
Southern
South-Eastern
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North-Western
Eastern
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Official Internet – site of the State Nuclear
Regulatory Inspectorate of Ukraine
Official Internet – site of the State Nuclear
Regulatory Inspectorate of Ukraine
SNRIU Technical Support Organizations
SNRIU has established three Technical Support Organizations:
– The State Scientific and Technical Centre for Nuclear and
Radiation Safety (SSTC NRS). In 2009 SSTC NRS achieved
the status of shared subordination to SNRIU and the
National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine;
– The State Centre for Quality Regulation of Supplies and
Services (CERTATOM);
– The State Enterprise Information Technologies Center for
Use of Nuclear Energy (INFOATOM).
SSTC NRS
Mission: provide SNRIU with scientific and technical
support.
Objectives: expert assessment and R&D in the area of
safety analysis and assessment of nuclear installations,
radwaste and spent fuel facilities, ionizing radiation
sources.
Official Internet – site of the SSTC NRS
CERTATOM
CERTATOM performs the following functions:
– Vendor assessment: expert evaluation of organization's
capabilities to perform the declared activities;
– Expert assessment of technical documentation demonstrating
compliance with the set requirements;
– Certification of Equipment and System Management
Assurance (ISO 9001);
– Supervision over quality of equipment to be supplied to
Russia; carrying out acceptance inspections at Ukrainian
enterprises.
Official Internet – site of the CERTATOM
INFOATOM
Main INFOATOM tasks are as follows:
– Provide media and public with information on SNRIU and
its activities, status of nuclear and radiation safety in
Ukraine, nuclear news etc.;
– Provide SNRIU with informational and analytical support;
– Implement advanced computer and information
technologies at SNRIU.
Internal Information Resource of the SNRIU
supporting by INFOATOM
Official Internet – site of the Ministry of Energy and
Coal Industry of Ukraine
Official Internet – site of the NNEGC “Energoatom”
National Nuclear Regulatory Portal of Ukraine
for the GNSSN/RegNet
National Nuclear Regulatory Portal of Ukraine
for the GNSSN/RegNet
Thank you for attention!