IAEA International Atomic Energy Agency How do you know how far you have got? How much you still have to do? Are we nearly there yet? What – Who – When.
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<ul><li> Slide 1 </li> <li> IAEA International Atomic Energy Agency How do you know how far you have got? How much you still have to do? Are we nearly there yet? What Who When </li> <li> Slide 2 </li> <li> IAEA Preparing for assuming commitments & obligations Infra struc ture deve lopm ent prog ram 1 st. NP P Pro ject Commissioning Operation/decommissioning Nuclear power option included within the national energy strategy 10 15 years PHASE 2 PHASE 3 PHASE 1 MILESTONE 1 Ready to make a knowledgeable commitment to a nuclear programme MILESTONE 2 Ready to invite bids for the first NPP MILESTONE 3 Ready to commission and operate the first NPP Feasibility study Bidding process Pre project Project decision making Construction Considerations before a decision to launch a nuclear power programme is taken Preparatory work for the construction of a NPP after a policy decision has been taken Activities to implement a first NPP Maintenance and continuous infrastructure improvement </li> <li> Slide 3 </li> <li> IAEA </li> <li> Slide 4 </li> <li> 3 Management Milestone 2 Ready to invite bids Owner/operator organization designated Public education and consultation programme continued Adequate staff to prepare for and analyse bids available Management system established Staff training started Safeguards regulations implemented Preferred sites characterized Site or sites for bid invitation selected Preferred nuclear technologies determined Bid evaluation criteria determined Contracting strategy established Fuel cycle strategy developed </li> <li> Slide 5 </li> <li> IAEA 3. ManagementPhase 2 ConditionsBasis for Evaluation 1.BIS Available 1.Documented Bid Invitation Specification (BIS) available 1.Adequate staff to prepare for and analyse bids available 1.Description of organization including roles and responsibilities of departments and individuals with respect to bid assessment, supervision of construction, development of knowledge base, understanding of operating and maintenance requirements 2.Evidence that staff members are trained/qualified 1.Bid evaluation criteria determined 1.Clear description of how bids will be evaluated. Evidence that criteria include any country specific requirements, safety and security aspects, the complete fuel cycle requirements, as well as financial, legal, technical and commercial aspects 1.Contracting strategy established 1.Document reviewing contracting strategies and justifying the chosen approach. Approval that chosen strategy is consistent with national legislation. Implications recognized and plan to fulfil necessary requirements in place. 1.Project management organization established 1.Justification of adequate staffing (numbers, skills, experience). 2. Roles and responsibilities within the organization clearly defined, particularly with respect to control of work and acceptance 3. Project reporting mechanisms defined 4.Acceptance procedures and criteria defined 5.Plans to acquire/develop required commissioning skills 6.Interfaces with other organizations defined and agreed on 1.Management systems established 1.All participating organizations (including the regulatory bodies) established and have documented management systems which promote strong safety safeguards and security culture. Management systems are consistent with IAEA recommendations . Clear descripton of how bid will be evaluated. Evidence that criteria include any country specific requirements, safety and security aspects, the complete fuel cycle requirements, as well as financial, legal, technical and commercial aspects. </li> <li> Slide 6 </li> <li> IAEA Main Features Covers milestones 1 and 2 Can be carried out at any point to review progress Addresses each of the 19 infrastructure issues For each condition, identifies the evidence that will show it has been met Seeks to avoid duplication as much as possible Clear descripton of how bid will be evaluated. Evidence that criteria include any country specific requirements, safety and security aspects, the complete fuel cycle requirements, as well as financial, legal, technical and commercial aspects. </li> <li> Slide 7 </li> <li> IAEA Evidence Reports Meeting notes Correspondence Talks and presentations Conferences attended with meeting reports CVs, organization and job descriptions </li> <li> Slide 8 </li> <li> IAEA Work Programmes For each issue, there should be a clear work programme for the next phase showing: the objectives of the work programme the detailed activities who is responsible for each activity, the funding and resources required, how it will be provided the timescales for each activity. </li> <li> Slide 9 </li> <li> IAEA Evaluation Steps Determine the scope and terms of reference. strongly recommended that all 19 issues are covered Identify the organizations to be involved the individuals who will conduct the evaluation; Evaluate the status of the infrastructure against the basis listed Identify areas needing further attention Preparing an action plan to address these areas. </li> <li> Slide 10 </li> <li> IAEA And an overall conclusion: Significant actions needed; Minor actions needed No actions needed Basis for EvaluationEvidence Actions Suggested </li> <li> Slide 11 </li> <li> IAEA 1 National PositionPhase 1 Condition Status 1.1 Safety, security and non-proliferation needs recognized Minor Actions Needed 1.2 NEPIO established and staffed No Actions Needed 1.3 National strategy defined No Actions Needed 2 Nuclear SafetyPhase 1 Condition Status 2.1 Understanding of key elements of nuclear safety Minor Actions Needed 2.2 Need of intergovernmental instruments on safety No Actions Needed 2.3 Support through international cooperation Significant Actions Needed 3 ManagementPhase 1 Condition Status 3.1 Energy strategy and nuclear power compatibility analysed Minor Actions Needed 3.2 conditions evaluated No Actions Needed 3.3 Available nuclear technologies identified No Actions needed 3.4 Ownership options and operational responsibilities considered Significant Actions Needed 3.5 Authorities and responsibilities established No Actions Needed 3.6 Appropriate expertise and experience Minor Actions Needed 3.7 The management systems of all participating organizations are used to promote and support a strong safety culture Significant Actions Needed 4 Funding and FinancingPhase 1 Condition Status 4.1 Adequate funding provided for the NEPIO to fully assess the commitments required to implement a nuclear power programme Significant Actions Needed 4.2 Strategies established for funding and financing No Actions Needed </li> <li> Slide 12 </li> <li> IAEA Evaluation report Identification of the team of evaluators Identification of the team of respondents A description of the process used Lists of the evidence reviewed Further actions required Summary conclusions for each condition References to any relevant material used Confidentiality requirements, if any. </li> <li> Slide 13 </li> <li> IAEA Who is the document for? Decision makers, advisers and senior managers in the governmental organizations, utilities, industries and regulatory bodies of a Member State. Donors, suppliers, nuclear energy agencies and operator organizations. </li> <li> Slide 14 </li> <li> IAEA How is it used? Self-evaluation an essential tool for any learning organization. include staff from the organizations involved augment with experts from own or another country. key requirements are: a good understanding of the infrastructure issues knowledge and experience in conducting evaluation activities a level of independence </li> <li> Slide 15 </li> <li> IAEA Independent Review Following such a self-evaluation, Member States are encouraged to arrange an independent review of their evaluation. </li> <li> Slide 16 </li> <li> IAEA International Atomic Energy Agency Are we nearly there yet? Covers milestones 1 and 2 Can be used to review progress at any point Addresses each of the 19 infrastructure issues Lists evidence that conditions have been met Provides a methodology for self assessment and external review </li> <li> Slide 17 </li> <li> IAEA Thank You for your attention Any Questions? </li> </ul>
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