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The Arab Network of Nuclear Regulators (ANNuR) was created in 2010 with the purpose of strengthening and harmonizing the regulatory infrastructure in Arab countries as well as exchanging regulatory knowledge and experiences with other international and regional networks under the IAEA Global Nuclear Safety and Security Network (GNSSN). The IAEA and the ANNuR signed practical arrangements in April 2014 that constitute a clear framework for the increased cooperation between the two organizations.
Joint IAEA-KINS Regional Network Meeting on Regulatory Framework and Infrastructure for Nuclear Safety
The overall objective of this meeting is to review and provide an overview of the key issues and subjects concerning the development of an effective and adequate national regulatory framework and infrastructure for nuclear power plants (NPPs) in line with the relevant IAEA Safety Requirements and recommendations outlined in SSG-16
ANNuR/FNRBA Workshop on Regulatory Inspection Programmes for Research Reactors
Nomination Deadline: 15th October 2018
The workshop will provide practical information to enable the participating countriesto enhance their capabilities for the regulatory inspections of research reactors.The workshop will also provide a forum for the participants to discuss their national practices and to exchange their experience related to the subjects covered, as well as to identify good practices and areas that need improvement with regard to their regulatory inspection and enforcement programme.
Moroccan Agency for Nuclear and Radiological Safety and Security, Rabat, Morocco
Joint IAEA-KINS Regional Network Meeting on Basic Professional Training Course for Nuclear Safety
The meeting is intended to review and provide a broad overview of all the safety concepts and their application to nuclear power plants and research reactors. Its nature and scope are primarily oriented to junior professionals in nuclear safety-related activities, but also appropriate for the trainers who want to teach their staff and the specialized professionals who want to expand their view on nuclear safety.
KINS, Daejeon, Korea
Annual Meeting on the Safety and Licensing of Research Reactors
The meeting will discuss the assessment of and programmes for competence needs for regulatory bodies for research reactors, and regulatory review and assessment of safety submittals for research reactors.
October 2015: ANNuR fianalised its Strategic Plan for the period 2016-2020
January 2016, Vienna: SMR Workshop - Arab Atomic Energy Agency