DSA Report 01:2020 DSA Regulatory Support to Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan and Tajikistan, 2017–2020
This report was written as a part of the bilateral collaboration between the regulatory authorities in Central Asian countries and Norway. The report includes a regulatory threat assessment (RTA2) in the field of nuclear and radiation safety and covers a comprehensive revision of the regulations: organization and general principles of the regulatory body, radioactive waste management, transport of radioactive materials, emergency preparedness and response and safety of nuclear installations.
DSA Report 10:2020 Achievements in the bilateral regulatory cooperation program between the Radiation and Nuclear Safety Authority of Norway and State Nuclear Regulatory Inspectorate of Ukraine in the period 2014–2020 Norwegian
The DSA established a bilateral cooperation program with the Ukrainian regulatory body, the State Nuclear Regulatory Inspectorate of Ukraine (SNRIU), in 2014. The cooperation has been financed by the Norwegian Ministry of Foreign Affairs under the Norwegian Action Plan for Nuclear Safety. This report describes the achievements resulting from the implementation of projects set up under that cooperation agreement in period 2014-2020.
DSA-rapport 09:2020 Regulatory Cooperation Program between the Norwegian Radiation and Nuclear Safety Authority and the Federal Medical Biological Agency of Russian Federation
This report describes work carried out between 2015 and 2019 within the regulatory cooperation program of the DSA and the Federal Medical Biological Agency of Russia, with support of the Burnasyan Federal Medical Biophysical Center. The work is set into the context of the long-term regulatory cooperation program that began in 2001.
DSA Report 7:2020 Radioecological Assessment after Potential Accidents with the Russian Nuclear Submarines K-27 and K-159 in the Arctic Marine Environment
The report has considered potential accidents related to the Russian nuclear submarines K-27 and K-159. The radiological assessment is based on a wide set of radionuclides.