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Forthcoming IAEA Nuclear Security Series Publications

Draft documents for Member State comment

 

Developing a Nuclear Security Contingency Plan for Nuclear Facilities (NST056)
Draft Technical Guidance

Draft: NST056 Draft Technical Guidance for MS comment

The objective of this draft text is to provide guidance to States, competent authorities and operators on how to develop, enhance and maintain a contingency plan to achieve the objectives set out in the Nuclear Security Recommendations on Physical Protection of Nuclear Material and Nuclear Facilities (INFCIRC/225/Revision 5) (IAEA Nuclear Security Series No. 13). It is intended for use by senior managers and security specialists in developing a contingency plan for nuclear security events, and by competent authorities to develop programmes for the oversight of the contingency plans.

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The deadline for Member State comments on this draft is 4 December 2017.

Computer Security Techniques for Nuclear Facilities (NST047)
Draft Technical Guidance

Draft: NST047 Draft Technical Guidance for MS comment

The objective of this draft text is to assist Member States in implementing computer security at nuclear facilities and in supporting activities and organizations, including contractors, vendors and suppliers. To meet this objective, this publication provides guidance on how to address computer security considerations in an integrated manner. While the focus of this publication is on the secure management of nuclear facilities, application of this guidance may also benefit facility safety and operational performance.

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The deadline for Member State comments on this draft is 18 December 2017.

Model Academic Curriculum in Nuclear Security (NST054)
Draft Technical Guidance (Revision of Nuclear Security Series No. 12)

Draft: NST054 Draft Technical Guidance for MS comment

The objective of this draft text is to provide a model academic curriculum covering the entire spectrum of nuclear security topics for a Master’s degree programme or an academic certificate programme in nuclear security. This guidance is provided for use by university curriculum developers, faculty and instructors from academic and other educational institutions that are implementing or considering educational programmes in nuclear security. It might also be of value to other stakeholders in the educational process in this field, such as decision makers, operators, regulators, law enforcement agencies, other entities responsible for nuclear security and prospective students as an informational resource.

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Arabic - Chinese - English - French - Russian - Spanish

The deadline for Member State comments on this draft is 18 December 2017.

Handbook on the Design of Physical Protection Systems for Nuclear Material and Nuclear Facilities (NST055)
Draft Technical Guidance

Draft: NST055 Draft Technical Guidance for MS comment

The objective of this draft text is to provide comprehensive detailed guidance for States, competent authorities and operators, to assist them in implementing the Recommendations and implementing guidance for an effective physical protection system for nuclear facilities and nuclear materials in use and storage. It provides further technical detail on applying the implementing guidance on how to establish, implement, improve and sustain a physical protection system, with respect to the selection and integration of appropriate, effective physical protection measures (including equipment).

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Arabic - Chinese - English - French - Russian - Spanish

The deadline for Member State comments on this draft is 18 December 2017.

| Last update: Wednesday, 16 August, 2017.