This activity will include review of other OL application documentation and will generally support JNRC
in developing positions leading to authorization for cold functioning testing (cold commissioning), hot functional testing/full power testing, fuel load, and issuance of an operating license.
As part of the project, training courses and workshops, both local and international, will also take place to help qualify JNRC
By the end of the two-year program, the JNRC
will complete satisfying its
official source said the commission, in its capacity as a monitoring body that offers licenses to nuclear facilities, is currently examining documents on the initial safety report presented by JAEC to obtain permission for constructing the nuclear plant.
discusses nuclear cooperation with France The Jordan Nuclear Regulatory Commission (JNRC
) Director General Jamal Sharaf, on Tuesday, discussed with officials at FranceAAEs General Directorate for Nuclear Safety and Radiation Protection ways to benefit from the French nuclear expertise.
carried out a training program to offer the concerned national bodies with the needed expertise in using the mobile radiation detection stations and applications to ensure the protection of humans and environment, in the framework of the preparation to receive the new systems.
Amman, Oct 25 (Petra) -- Chairman of Jordan Nuclear Regulatory Commission (JNRC
) Jamal Sharaf on Tuesday met with UK Chief Inspector of Nuclear Installations Mike Weightman and briefed him on the role of the JNRC
and its future plans.
Chairman Jamal Sharaf stressed the importance of providing physical protection for the nuclear materials, sources and facilities and identifying the concepts which affect the protection, risks and costs to ensure the effectiveness of the protection system.
Chairman Jamal Sharaf said that renewing the grant comes to implement the second project of the bilateral 2-year cooperation to sustain the commission's abilities by updating the strategic and annual plans for 2012-2013.
Board Chairman Jamal Sharaf said the new devices will be used at points of entry to protect health and environment from the dangers of pollution and exposure to radiation in accordance with the provisions of the Law on radiological prevention and nuclear safety and security.
The five-day forum, will determine the needs and mechanisms to support the commission through adopting a two-year plan", JNRC
Chairman Jamal Sharaf on Tuesday said that 696 of the licenses were granted to individuals, 141for industrial and medical institutions and 150 to import equipment used in the radioactive work.