O1 and O2

First dismantling project in reactor O2 approved

The Swedish Radiation Safety Authority, SSM, has issued its approval of OKG Aktiebolag's (OKG) revised safety analysis report (SAR) on segmentation of the reactor internals and fuel boxes at the reactor Oskarshamn 2 (O2) of the Oskarshamn nuclear power plant. The decision means that OKG can begin dismantling of O2's internal components.

Celebrating 90 Years of Expertise – Radiation Protection in the Next Decade

In 2018 ICRP and ICRU celebrate their respective 90th anniversaries. To celebrate these anniversaries, the Swedish Radiation Safety Authority, in collaboration with ICRP and ICRU, will host a two-day colloquium in Stockholm on 17-18 October 2018. The colloquium will highlight 90 years of radiation science and radiation protection, with a focus on what is on the horizon in terms of developments in the sciences and the evolution of society. Registration is free of charge.

A pile of reports.

Emergency planning zones

A Precautionary Action Zone (PAZ) extending approximately five kilometres, an Urgent Protective Action Planning Zone (UPZ) extending around 25 kilometres, and a supplementary Extended Planning Distance (EPD) of 100 kilometres surrounding Swedish nuclear power plants: these areas were proposed on 1 November by the Swedish Radiation Safety Authority in a report covering a review assignment on emergency planning zones and emergency planning distances in Sweden. This report has been forwarded to the Swedish Government.