School on Drafting Regulations Aniyar Abulkassimov Albina Kiyazova

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School on Drafting Regulations Aniyar Abulkassimov Albina Kiyazova Committee of Atomic and Energy Supervision

School on Drafting Regulations Aniyar Abulkassimov Albina Kiyazova Committee of Atomic and Energy Supervision and Control of the Ministry of Energy of the Republic of Kazakhstan IAEA International Atomic Energy Agency

What was expected? • First of all, to learn more about important stages of

What was expected? • First of all, to learn more about important stages of drafting national regulations such as providing an appropriate gap analysis taking into account the provisions of the IAEA standards related to radiation protection and safety • Secondly, to use the possibility to make a peer review of the draft of national regulation with participants of the current school IAEA 4. Reporting and Future plan 2

What and how that was done? • Gap analysis of the Regulation has been

What and how that was done? • Gap analysis of the Regulation has been made • There has been designed the new draft of the Order of the regulatory body “On amendments in the Order of the Minister of Energy of the Republic of Kazakhstan No 49 dated February 09, 2016 "On approval of the Safety regulations for handling of radionuclide sources“ • The content of this draft was written taking into account the radiation and safety requirements from the GSR part 3 • This draft was peer reviewed and valuable comments were received IAEA 4. Reporting and Future plan 3

What is the result? • Obtaining new knowledge and gain better understanding in the

What is the result? • Obtaining new knowledge and gain better understanding in the sphere of radioactive protection and safety regulation • Recognise features of the graduate approach adopted within drafting procedure • Learn how to work with regulations foreign countries and use their legal experience of developing rules IAEA 4. Reporting and Future plan 4

What should be done to complete our task? • In order to finish this

What should be done to complete our task? • In order to finish this task above mentioned new provisions of the Safety regulations need to be adopted by the Ministry of energy of the State • Before the implementation of some paragraphs into above mentioned regulation several amendments to the Law of Radiation protection of population are required • The drafting procedure takes appropriate time according to national legislative system, so the regulatory body have to facilitate this process by interacting with interested bodies IAEA 4. Reporting and Future plan 5

What have been learnt? • Drafting process of the domestic legislation has to: •

What have been learnt? • Drafting process of the domestic legislation has to: • - involve the stage of making the gap analysis including the comparison between the local regulation and the IAEA general safety standards; • - adopt the graduate approach into norms regulated authorisation and inspection procedures • - use the possibility to examine foreign regulations in particular sphere IAEA 4. Reporting and Future plan 6

What should be the priorities, actions and timeline for the future? • The main

What should be the priorities, actions and timeline for the future? • The main priorities include finishing the draft – approximately 1 year • To share information presented in this school within the regulatory body and principles parties • To implement knowledge and the approach leaned during this school to future drafting processes of the domestic regulation IAEA 4. Reporting and Future plan 7

Conclusions • Understanding of the IAEA Safety Requirements and how they work • The

Conclusions • Understanding of the IAEA Safety Requirements and how they work • The process of Gap analysis and Graded approach has been learned • Mix of theory (presentations) + Practice (exercises) make a fundament for Drafting regulations and future plans IAEA 4. Reporting and Future plan 8

Thank you for your attention IAEA International Atomic Energy Agency

Thank you for your attention IAEA International Atomic Energy Agency