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Greater China Safety & Regulation

China: a weak regulator

Li Ganjie, China’s vice Minister of Environmental Protection (MEP) and administrator of the National Nuclear Safety Authority (NNSA) is a well-known advocate of the transparency and internationalization of the Chinese

Middle East Safety & Regulation

Saudi’s expectations at IAEA

Mr. Hashem Abdullah Yamani, president of the King Abdullah City for Atomic and Renewable Energy (K.A.CARE) will lead the Saudi’s delegation to the 60th General Conference of the International Atomic

Middle East Other Topics Safety & Regulation

GCC and UAE position on North Korea nuclear test

Pyongyang declared recently it successfully tested a miniature nuclear warhead that could be mounted on a missile. According to the South Korean’s meteorological agency, with a force of 10 kilotonnes,

India Subcontinent Safety & Regulation

NPCIL educational program in radiation protection

NPCIL Nuclear Power Corporation of India Limited (NPCIL) organized in August a seminar in Kakrapar Gujrat site* at Valia Institute of Technology, valia, District Bharuch. Around one hundred students attended

Greater China Other countries Safety & Regulation

Sino-Canadian cooperation in nuclear safety

Mr. Li Ganjie, Vice Minister of China Ministry of Environmental Protection (MEP) and Director of National Nuclear Safety Administration (NNSA), recently met in Beijing Mr. Ramzi Jammal, Executive Vice-President of the

Greater China Safety & Regulation

China’s key weakness: radiation monitoring

The Chinese civil nuclear industry since its existence in the mid nineties was focused in the power plants. The radiation test and monitoring systems fall far behind the western competitors.

Middle East Other Topics Safety & Regulation

Iran goes back to school

Mr. Ali Akbar Salehi, Head of AEOI (Atomic Energy organization of Iran) was in London recently to attend the World Nuclear Association symposium on 16th of September 2016. During his

Middle East Safety & Regulation

Which safety standard for Bushehr?

Atomstroyexport (ASE) recently announced that Bushehr NPP will use the latest nuclear safety standard. According to ASE the new units at Bushehr power plant will be constructed based on the

Middle East Safety & Regulation

UAE Federal Authority for Nuclear Regulation growing investment in radiation protection training

The UAE Federal Authority for Nuclear Regulation (FANR) has reached a key stage in preparation for the International Atomic Energy Agency, (IAEA) review of efforts in motion to advise personnel