Document History of RD-363 Nuclear Security Officer Medical, Physical and Psychological Fitness
Current status: Published November 2008
- November 2008: RD-363 published. View Information Bulletin 08-10 for more information.
- August 2008: RD-363 presented to the Commission Tribunal for final approval. Read the meeting transcript and meeting minutes, decisions taken at the meeting for additional details.
- February 2007: Public consultation. RD-363 was previously posted on the CNSC Web site for public comment as two separate draft documents: S-340 Nuclear Security Officer Medical Physical and Psychological Fitness Requirements, and G-340 Nuclear Security Officer Authorization and Training. Invitations to comment on S-340 and G-340 were each posted for a 60-day period. View Information Bulletins 07-02 and 07-03 for more information.
RD-363 sets out the expectations of the Canadian Nuclear Safety Commission concerning minimum requirements for Nuclear Security Officer medical, physical, and psychological certificates.
This regulatory document outlines the required documentation and necessary medical, physical, and psychological certification that a person must obtain before a licensee can authorize the person to act as an Nuclear Security Officer.
Relevant laws and regulations
For questions or information directly related to RD-363, please contact:
Directorate of Security and Safeguards
Canadian Nuclear Safety Commission
P.O. Box 1046, Station B