The Role of the Regulator: Nuclear Safety and Nuclear Safety Culture
Article from: OGEL 1 (2013), in Nuclear Law and Policy
One of the basic principles of international nuclear law is that prime responsibility for safety belongs to the operator. However, the safety operation of nuclear facilities is of a national interest in every State. Therefore, the question could be raised what role the regulatory authority plays in ensuring high level of nuclear safety. Due to that, the main goal of this research was to identify that role and to evaluate what can be done in order to improve regulator's role. In addition to this, short analysis of nuclear safety concept and the concept of nuclear safety culture was done ...