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Nuclear Safety Cooperation

Enhancing the capacity and effectiveness of the regulatory body and developing a national waste management strategy (TH3.01/13)

Status
  • Closed
Thailand
Benefitting Zone
South East Asia
€ 1,280,644.49
EU Contribution
Contracted in 2014
INSC
Programme
Instrument for Nuclear Safety Cooperation

Details

Type of activity

Regulatory Authorities

Nature

Services

Contracting authority

European Commission

Method of Procurement

(FR2012) (Ext. act) Service - International Restricted Procedure with prior publication (Art. '5.1(a)(i) & 2 RAP)

Duration

22/12/2014 - 21/12/2017

Partner

The Kingdom of Thailand

Contractor

ENCONET CONSULTING GMBH

Project / Budget year

INSC 2013 Thailand (1 Action fiche) / 2013

Background

The purposes of this project are as follows:

  • Development of a strategy for enhancing the capacity and effectiveness of the regulatory authority and establishment of an associated action plan for implementing this strategy.
  • Further development and enhancement of the regulatory framework in Thailand, in order to ensure the safety of research reactors and nuclear power plants and to harmonize it with best international practice.
  • Enhancing the capabilities of the regulatory authority in fulfilling its functions of assessing and verifying the satiety of nuclear installations.
  • Perform a review and update the Human Resource Development Action Plan for OAP.
  • Development - in cooperation with OAP and its TSO - of a national strategy and regulatory framework for radioactive waste management, in accordance with the best international standards and practice.
  • Enhancing the capacity and effectiveness of the regulatory body in regulating Naturally Occurring Radioactive Material (NORM).
  • Supporting the OAP in the establishment of a primary standards laboratory for radiation metrology.
  • Supporting the OAP in enhancing its capacity and effectiveness in estimating doses to non-human biota and to members of the public from radiation or radioactive material naturally present or released to the environment.