Document history of discussion paper DIS-16-05, Human Performance
The Canadian Nuclear Safety Commission (CNSC) is asking the public to provide comments on discussion paper DIS-16-05, Human Performance.
As a responsible regulator, the CNSC is committed to continuous improvement and is seeking to further clarify its approach to regulating human performance. This discussion paper seeks early feedback from stakeholders on the opportunities presented to improve the CNSC’s regulatory framework for human performance. As the CNSC proceeds with any changes to regulatory documents, stakeholders will have additional opportunities for consultation on specific proposals. By consulting early, the CNSC is seeking to establish a common understanding of certain concepts, to validate the need for improvements in various areas of the framework, and to understand stakeholder views on preliminary proposals or issues.
The What We Heard Report has been published.
|Consultation||October 19, 2016 to February 15, 2017|
|Invitation to provide feedback on comments||March 15 to April 5, 2017||
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|Feedback on comments||April 5, 2017||View the feedback on comments:|
|Publication of What We Heard Report||December 12, 2017||What We Heard Report|
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