On July 11, 2018, Lisa Thiele, CNSC Senior General Counsel, gave a presentation at the WNU Summer Institute in Busan, Korea. The presentation was titled "The Nuclear Regulatory Body: Excellence in Regulatory Oversight".
This regulatory document provides guidance and recommended practices for minimizing radiation dose to death-care professionals and other members of the public who may encounter a decedent with residual nuclear substances from therapeutic medical procedures. Background information is provided on procedure types, the risks they present and methods for reducing the potential for exposure.
This regulatory document sets out requirements and guidance for public information and disclosure for licensees and licence applicants of Class I and Class II nuclear facilities, and uranium mines and mills.
REGDOC-2.5.4 provides guidance on addressing the requirements for submitting ventilation-related information when applying for a CNSC licence to prepare a site for and construct, operate or decommission a uranium mine or mill.