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Title: Nuclear safety with reference to legal liability insurance and responsibility with nuclear damage
Authors: Vojinović, Željko 
Bjelajac Z.
Dukić Mijatović, Marijana 
Issue Date: 1-Jan-2017
Journal: Oxidation Communications
Abstract: © 2017, Scibulcom Ltd. All rights reserved. In today’s world there is more than one point of view and different debates about how to determine and what constitutes the concept of nuclear security. A narrow attitude, which we can not agree with, is that it is an area that deals with issues of the model of physical security of nuclear materials. A broader interpretation of nuclear safety advocates a more comprehensive view of the activities that support the more ‘aims and content of nuclear safety’. This multidisciplinary approach is necessary for effective and sustainable nuclear security framework, both at the national and supranational levels. Generally speaking, nuclear safety can be defined as a set of measures to ensure the conditions for the operation of the nuclear facility to prevent nuclear accidents or mitigate their consequences and reduce the radiation risk to the prescribed level. It is well known that nuclear safety cannot be treated outside of the context of responsibility for carrying out nuclear activities and nuclear damage caused by a nuclear accident, and thus the insurance to cover liability for nuclear damage.
ISSN: 02094541
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