Regulatory Oversight Report for Canadian Nuclear Power Generating Sites
Previously, the CNSC published annually a regulatory oversight report (ROR) on the safety performance of Canada's nuclear power plants (NPPs). These RORs can be found below.
In 2018, for the first time, the CNSC assessed the safety performance not only of Canada’s nuclear NPPs, but also of adjacent waste management facilities (WMFs) in 2017. The results are published in the Regulatory Oversight Report for Canadian Nuclear Power Generating Sites: 2017.
The report assesses how well licensees are meeting regulatory requirements and program expectations in areas such as human performance, radiation and environmental protection, and emergency management and fire protection.
Showing comparisons and trends where possible, the report highlight emerging regulatory issues pertaining to the industry at large and to each licensed station.
Highlights: Regulatory Oversight Report for Canadian Nuclear Power Generating Sites: 2017
- NPPs and WMFs operated safely in 2017.
- NPP and WMF licensees took appropriate corrective action for all events reported to the CNSC.
- NPPs and WMFs operated within the bounds of their operating policies and principles.
- Radiation doses to the general public were well below the regulatory limits.
- Radiation doses to workers at NPPs and WMFs were below the regulatory limits.
- Licensees met the applicable requirements related to Canada’s international obligations.
Important dates: Regulatory Oversight Report for Canadian Nuclear Power Generating Sites: 2017
Deadline for written submission of comments: October 9, 2018
Commission meeting: November 8, 2018, CNSC public hearing room, 14th floor,
280 Slater Street, Ottawa, ON
Read the public notice for more information.
The full report is available (an anglais seulement)
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