THE ROLE OF CREDIBLE RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT INFORMATION IN SUPPORTING A SAFETY CASE
4th International Technical Meeting on Small Reactors - 2016 Nov. 02-04


Presented at:
4th International Technical Meeting on Small Reactors
2016 Nov. 02-04
Location:
Ottawa, ON Canada
Session Title:
Session: Plenary 1

Authors:
T. Jamieson (CNSC)
  

Abstract

An applicant for a licence to conduct activities regulated under the Nuclear Safety and Control Act is responsible for adequately supporting their safety case with credible and relevant information. In the case of SMRs, existing codes and standards and OPEX may not be applicable, and hence the CNSC will expect the applicant to show how combinations of R&D ‎and the use of conservatisms address these gaps. This presentation discusses the CNSC's approach to reviewing the R&D programs used to support the regulatory review of SMRs

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