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Protocols - Canadian Nuclear Safety Commission

Oct 22, 2018 ...-Licensing Activities of AECL-owned sites: The Nuclear Power Demonstration, Gentilly-l and Douglas Point and Waste Management Facilities (PDF) (August 2012) Protocol for the GUNNAR Remedial Project: Environmental Assessment and Licensing Activities (PDF) (August 2012) Protocol Between Ontario Power Generation and Canadian Nuclear Safety Commission Staff

Resources - Canadian Nuclear Safety Commission

Oct 31, 2018 ...Resources Topics of interest Aboriginal consultations Canada's response to Fukushima The Canadian Nuclear Safety Commission Laboratory CNSC Speaker Series Learning Portal Emergency management and nuclear security Environmental assessment Health studies Independent Environmental Monitoring Program (IEMP) International cooperation Introduction to radiation

Reactors - Canadian Nuclear Safety Commission

Nov 2, 2018 ...Reactors Two basic types of nuclear reactors are in operation in Canada: power reactors and research reactors. Nuclear power reactors generate electricity. Research reactors are used for scientific research and produce nuclear substances for medical and industrial use. The Canadian Nuclear Safety Commission (CNSC) regulates and licenses both types

Presentations 2018 - Canadian Nuclear Safety Commission

Nov 6, 2018 ... to the National Association of Regulatory Utility Commissioners On July 15, 2018, Jason Cameron, Vice-President and Chief Communications Officer, Regulatory Affairs Branch, presented an update on the Canadian Nuclear Safety Commission's regulatory activities at the National Association of Regulatory Utility Commissioners Summer Policy Summit, in Scottsdale, Arizona

CNSC Online - Canadian Nuclear Safety Commission - Canadian Nuclear Safety Commission

Aug 1, 2018 ...CNSC Online - Canadian Nuclear Safety Commission CNSC Online CNSC Online - Web accessible Safety First Find out why Canadian nuclear activities are among the safetst and most secure in the world Get Started Overview of Uranium Mining CNSC, Licensees, and the public working to gether to ensure safety now and for the future Get Started CANDU Inspection

Consultation - Canadian Nuclear Safety Commission

Nov 6, 2018 ...Consultation Provide Comments and Suggestions CNSC welcomes feedback on any regulatory document at any time Comment on draft regulatory documents Comment on discussion papers Comment on proposed regulations Consultation with the public, licensees and interested organizations is an important part of the process the Canadian Nuclear Safety Commission (CNSC

CNSC Speaker Series - Canadian Nuclear Safety Commission

Nov 6, 2018 ...CNSC Speaker Series Canadian Nuclear Safety Commission (CNSC) Speaker Series (2018) | (2017) | (2016) The CNSC hosts guest speakers on topics of interest to CNSC staff. These sessions take place on a regular basis throughout the year. The CNSC Speaker Series is open to all CNSC staff and members of the public. Members of the public are welcome to attend

Regulatory actions - Canadian Nuclear Safety Commission

Nov 7, 2018 ...Regulatory actions Under the Nuclear Safety and Control Act and associated regulations, various levels of regulatory action can be taken by the Canadian Nuclear Safety Commission (CNSC) to protect the health, safety and security of Canadians and the environment. The CNSC posts regulatory enforcement actions on its website for two years. After two years

Videos - Canadian Nuclear Safety Commission

Oct 23, 2018 ... nuclear industry. Positive Void Coefficient of Reactivity and CANDUs The void coefficient of reactivity ─ not exactly your dinner table discussion topic, and chances are you’ve never heard of it. What’s important to know is that it is a well-known characteristic that is understood by the Canadian Nuclear Safety Commission. A CNSC expert explains. The CNSC's

The Commission - Canadian Nuclear Safety Commission

Jul 25, 2018 ...The Commission Making decisions about the nuclear sector The Canadian Nuclear Safety Commission (CNSC) makes independent, fair and transparent decisions on licensing nuclear related activities. This is made possible through our: Mandate Legal provisions Appointments Independent Commission Qualified staff Mandate The Canadian Nuclear Safety Commission

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