COMMISSION DE RÉGLEMENTATION NUCLÉAIRE ACCORD ET NON-ACCORD 244 ÉTATS E Commission de réglementation nucléaire Accord et États non-accord États NON-ACCORD Alabama Nebraska Arizona Nevada Arkansas New Hampshire Californie Nouveau Mexique Colorado New York Floride Caroline du Nord Géorgie Dakota du Nord Illinois Oregon Iowa Rhode Island Kansas Caroline du Sud Kentucky Tennessee Louisiane Texas Maine Utah Washington Maryland Mississippi ÉTATS NON-ACCORD Alaska Indiana Connecticut Massachusetts Dela ware Michigan District of Columbia Minnesota Hawaii Im Rahmen des Leistungsbewertungsprozesses wird der NRC die notwendigen Maßnahmen ergreifen, um sicherzustellen, dass die Strahlungskontrollprogramme des Abkommensstaats angemessen und kompatibel bleiben. Such measures may include more frequent PMI inspections of State Party programmes and assistance in addressing shortcomings or areas that need to be improved under a State Party programme. Surveillance, enhanced surveillance, conditional release, suspension or termination of an agreement may be applied in the event of a program failure or emergency (e.g.B loss of funding, natural or human events, pandemic). Nrc`s actions to address program deficiencies or emergencies are implemented through a clearly defined process and applied in a consistent and fair manner. The adequacy elements of the programme  focus on the protection of public health and safety in a given Contracting State, while the elements of the compatibility programme focus on the effects of national regulation of contractual documents by a Contracting State or their potential effects on other legal systems. Certain elements of the program for compatibility reasons may also have an impact on public health and safety. Therefore, they can also be considered as program elements for adequacy. Some States, known as Contracting States, have concluded agreements with the NRC giving them the power to regulate radioactive material within their borders. In the particular situation of federally controlled sites in the Contracting States, the NRC retains jurisdiction. This category includes elements of the NRC programme that are important to a State Party in order to avoid conflicts, duplication, gaps or other conditions that would jeopardize an orderly model for regulating the documents of agreements on a national basis. Such elements of the programme of the Member State of the Agreement must embody the essential objective of the corresponding elements of the NRC programme. Elements of the State party`s programme may be more restrictive than elements of the NRC programme; however, they should not be sufficiently restrictive to prohibit a practice approved by the AEA and in the national interest without an adequate basis for public health and public safety or the environment in relation to radiation protection. NRC encourages States Parties to adopt and implement programme elements that build on the elements adopted and implemented by the NRC with a view to promoting and improving a NSP that will define a coherent and compatible national programme for the regulation of contractual equipment.
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