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HAD 002/01-2010 English PDF (HAD00201-2010)

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HAD 002/01-2010: Emergency preparedness and emergency response of operating department of nuclear power plants

The site-selection, design, construction, commissioning, operation, and decommissioning of nuclear power plant shall be in accordance with strict nuclear safety regulations. After adopting a variety of preventive measures, although it is highly-unlikely tHAD fault or accident will result in nuclear emergency of the nuclear power plant, however, it can not be ruled out completely. The difference between nuclear emergency and other emergencies lies on tHAD it may cause unacceptable release or radiation of radioactive substance. To enhance the emergency capacity, so as to be able to quickly and effectively control the accident and mitigate the consequences in case of accident, each nuclear power plant and the provincial local government of its location must have careful-overall contingency plan and full preparation for emergency.
HAD002/01-2010
Annex I.
Nuclear Safety Guideline HAD 002/01-2010
Emergency Preparedness and Emergency Response
Operating Unit of Nuclear Power Plant
Approved and Issued by National Nuclear Safety Administration
on August 20, 2010
(Approval version)
National Nuclear Safety Administration
Emergency Preparedness and Emergency Response
Operating Unit of Nuclear Power Plant
(Approved by National Nuclear Safety Administration for release on
August 20, 2010)
This Guideline shall be implemented from August 20, 2010
This Guideline shall be interpreted by National Nuclear Safety
Administration
This Guideline is a guiding document. Methods and programs different from this Guideline may be adopted in practical work; however, it must be proved that the methods and programs adopted are of safety level at least same as this Guideline.
Annexes of this Guideline are reference documents.
Table of Contents
1. Introduction ... 7
1.1 Purpose ... 7
1.2 Scope ... 7
2 Development of Emergency plans and Related Documents ... 8
2.1 Requirements of operating units or related units for emergency plans and emergency response at different stages ... 8
2.2 Formulation of emergency plan ... 10
2.3 Emergency plan execution program ... 11
2.4 Coordination of emergency plans ... 11
3 Emergency Organizations ... 11
3.1 Main responsibilities and basic organizational structure of emergency organizations ... 12
3.2 Emergency headquarter and the responsibilities ... 12
3.3 Operational on-duty responsible-person ... 13
3.4 Emergency action group ... 13
3.5 Interface with off-site emergency response organizations ... 15
4 Emergency state and emergency action level ... 16
4.1 Emergency State Grading ... 16
4.2 Emergency action level ... 19
5 Emergency planning zone ... 19
5.1 Principles of determining emergency planning zone ... 19
5.2 Determination of emergency planning zone ... 20
5.3 Emergency planning zone of multi-reactor plant site ... 20
6 Emergency Facilities and Emergency Equipment ... 21
6.1 Overview ... 21
6.2 Master control room ... 21
6.3 Auxiliary control room ... 21
6.4 Emergency control center ... 21
6.5 Technical support center ... 22
6.6 Operational support center ... 22
6.7 Public information center ... 23
6.8 Communication system ... 23
6.9 Monitoring and evaluation facilities ... 24
6.10 Protective facilities ... 25
6.11 First aid and medical facilities ... 25
6.12 Emergency evacuation routes and assembly points ... 25
6.13 Residence requirements ... 25
7 Emergency Response and Protective Measures ... 26
7.1 Overview ... 26
7.2 Intervention principle and intervention level ... 26
7.3 Response actions under emergency state ... 27
7.4 Emergency notification ... 28
7.5 Evaluation activities ... 28
7.6 Remedial action ... 29
7.7 Protective measures ... 29
7.8 Emergency exposure control ... 30
7.9 Medical rescue ... 31
8 Emergency Termination and Recovery Action ... 32
8.1 Termination of emergency state ... 32
8.2 Recovery action ... 32
9 Maintaining of Emergency Response Capacity ... 33
9.1 Training ... 33
9.2 Drills ... 33
9.3 Maintenance of emergency facilities and equipment ... 34
9.4 Emergency plan review and modification ... 34
10 Records and Reports ... 34
10.1 Records ... 34
10.2 Reports ... 35
10.3 Final evaluation report of accident ... 36
Glossary ... 37
Annex A Requirements for Emergency Operation in Site-selection Phase ... 39 A.1 General requirements ... 39
A.2 Use of regional land and water... 39
A.3 Population distribution ... 39
A.4 Consideration on feasibility of emergency plan ... 39
Annex B Format and Content of On-site Emergency Plan of Nuclear Power Plant ... 42
B.1 General provisions ... 42
B.2 Overview of nuclear power plant and the environment ... 42
B.3 Emergency planning zone ... 42
B.4 Emergency state classification and emergency action level ... 42
B.5 Emergency organizations and responsibilities ... 42
B.6 Emergency facilities and equipment ... 43
B.7 Emergency communication, reporting and notification ... 44
B.8 Emergency operation control and system equipment rush repair ... 44 B.9 Accident consequence evaluation ...

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