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Regional networks/organizations provide membership to regions around the globe (ANNuR, ANSN, ENSREG, FNRBA, ETSON, FORO, PIANOS, EuCAS). They constitute a forum for the exchange of regulatory experiences and practices among the radiation and nuclear regulatory bodies of a specific region and help strengthen and harmonize radiation protection and the nuclear safety and security regulatory infrastructure of their members.
The National Nuclear Regulatory Portal (NNRP) is on one hand a part of the global RegNet and on the other hand the Entry Page to the national network (like an interface). The NNRP will contain the Country Nuclear Regulatory Profile
(CNRP) as well as further country specific information on items of interest (for nuclear regulatory purposes).
The contents of each National Nuclear Regulatory Portal will be presented in a uniform structure and administered by the respective country itself
(if requested with support by other participants). This approach fosters the integration of countries respective information that is still contained
in many different data sources such as reports and responses to questionnaires.
As a rule, the main structure of the Country Nuclear Regulatory Profile (CNRP) must contain the following issues, thus constituting the basic structure:
•Radiation and nuclear facilities and activities of the country,
•Responsibilities and functions of the government,
•Global safety regime,
•Responsibilities and functions of the regulatory body
In addition to the CNRP the following items of country specific information will be provided on the NNRP:
•General Country Information, e.g. national reports to the CNS, JC, etc.
•Legislative and Governmental Structure, Regulatory Body and involved parties
•Regulatory knowledge base or Regulatory pyramid;
•Review and Appraisal services performed for the country (e.g. IRRS, OSART, ...)
•National event reporting & feedback system (OEF, GSI)
•National and international databases with information related to the country
•Other important Links
National Nuclear Regulatory Portal
Capacity building is much more than training: it is a conceptual approach to
strengthening the skills, competencies and abilities of nuclear professionals
through human resource development, knowledge management and
knowledge networks as well as focused education and training programmes.
The GNSSN platform provides Member States with the ability to share
information that will assist them in all aspects of capacity building. Member
States can interact through the GNSSN (nationally, regionally and globally) in
an effort to widely share expertise as well as strengthen their nuclear safety
and security infrastructures.
Education and Training
Human Resources Developement