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4.10 Nuclear Transport Security

WINS 17 Jul 2020

This guide has been produced to identify best practices and lessons learned from operational experience gained during the transportation of nuclear material classified by the IAEA as Category I and II or shipments of nuclear materials that may lead to high radiological consequences if subjected to sabotage (see IAEA NSS No. 13). It is particularly important that the State, its nuclear regulators, consignors, consignees and carriers work together to ensure that transport security arrangements are robust and that the response to threats is both effective and efficient. Carriers who are familiar with transporting Category III material will be able to use the guide as a review of what may be asked of them when considering the transport of Category I/II material.

 

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