ORGANIZATIONAL SYSTEM OF REQUIREMENTS FOR THE CONSTRUCTION OF RADIATION-HAZARDOUS FACILITIES
Keywords:Design and Construction, Radiation-Hazardous Facilities, Design and Construction Requirements, Atomic Energy Related Buildings
Energy-related buildings and structures are designed to meet safety requirements. The greatest danger is a radiation. In Russia there is an advanced system of regulatory documents, which contain thousands of requirements for radiation and fire safety, and layout solutions. During design and construction it is necessary to use the organizational system of checking and compliance of various requirements to the object. An important part of the system is the subsequent processing of requirements at the stages of design and project implementation. The process of processing the requirements consists of research, analysis, formulation and approval of the requirements, followed by tracking their performance in the project, at the construction site and during operation. In the development of basic and detailed documentation, in the construction the list of requirements is used for setting the tasks of the customer, the decision of their designer, the implementation of decisions by builders and installers.
Telichenko V, Dorogan I 2016 Radiation Safety in Designing of Health Care Facilities, International Journal of Applied Engineering Research, 11 pp 1649-1652
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NP-001-15 “General safety provisions for nuclear power plants”
NP-082-07 “Nuclear safety rules for reactor sets of nuclear power plants”
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ISO 10007:2003 “Quality management systems – Guidelines for configuration management”
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