Canadian Nuclear Safety Commission’s Canadian Safeguards Support Program recognized on international stage
“The CNSC is pleased to celebrate 40 years of contributions to the evolution and development of IAEA safeguards. These contributions have led to new safeguards technologies and tools in use worldwide. Canada has supported the development of new safeguards concepts and innovations, and has also shown support for safeguards through inspector training and infrastructure.”
–Kathleen Heppell-Masys, Director General, Directorate of Security and Safeguards, CNSC
The CSSP’s mission is to advance the evolution of safeguards and improve their application in Canada and abroad.
The CSSP is a safeguards research, development and support program that was established in 1977 as a joint project between the CNSC (then the Atomic Energy Control Board), Atomic Energy of Canada Limited, and Global Affairs Canada (then the Department of External Affairs). In 1989, the program was consolidated at the Atomic Energy Control Board (now the CNSC).
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