Security Management of Radioactive Sources

Security Management of Radioactive Sources

Security Management of Radioactive Sources

Security Management of Radioactive Sources

Course Information

Code: 4RAD02-002
Start Date: 01 Jan 1970
End Date: 01 Jan 1970
Duration: 5 Day(s)
Hours Per Day: 8 Hour(s)
Start Date: 01 Jan 1970
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Course Overview

This 5-day Security Management of Radioactive Sources, designed by CBRN Academy, will introduce Nuclear Security (NS) (as defined by the IAEA), including NS Regime, Strategy, Stakeholders, State Architecture, Threat, Culture, the IAEA and Global NS architecture, and its associated activities facilities.

This course aims to support participants in managing the security of radioactive sources and defining various Radioactive Material (RM) applications in different situations. We focus on categories, criminal value, security/safety concerns, and the various accidents/incidents involving RM.

Participants will focus on the role of international organisations such as the INTERPOL and the Incident and Trafficking Data Base (ITDB).

We will examine how to assess the threats and risks concerning RMs and identify appropriate security requirements for RM, based on a ‘Graded Approach’ and ‘Defence in Depth’.

The course will also cover the physical NS during its different phases, including the transport, the different roles of various stakeholders (e.g., regulator, operator, etc.), the security plan and its strategic goal, the security system, and the arrangement for security response.

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