Document History of Draft RD-99.1, Reporting Requirements for Operating Nuclear Power Plants
View RD-99.1 [PDFRead the consultation version of the document]
The additional consultation period ended on June 18, 2012.
- June 18, 2012: Additional consultation ended.
- May 4 to June 18, 2012: Additional consultation. Invitation to comment on the revised draft document is posted on the CNSC Web site for 45-day period. PDFRead the consultation version of the document along with Information Bulletin 12-21 for additional details.
- February 4, 2011: Feedback period ended.
- January 5, 2011: Feedback period. The invitation to provide feedback on the comments received during the first consultation is open until February 4, 2011. View the comments received during the first consultation, and the invitation to provide feedback on these comments. Note that comments are posted in the language in which they were received.
- December 17, 2010: Consultation ended.
- November 8 to December 17, 2010: Consultation. Invitation to comment on the draft document is posted on the CNSC Web site for a 45-day period. Read the consultation version of the document, along with Information Bulletin 10-26 for additional details.
RD-99.1 provides operating nuclear power plant licensees with the reporting requirements for events. The licensee will need to submit reports to the CNSC for the occurrence of reportable events. The events are graded based on safety significance, and the report is submitted accordingly. RD-99.1 contains the reporting requirements that supplement those found in the Nuclear Safety and Control Act or the regulations.
The RD-99.1 document will replace the current regulatory standard S-99, Reporting Requirements for Operating Nuclear Power Plants, March 2003.
Guidance document GD-99.1 Guide to the Reporting Requirements for Nuclear Power Plants has also been developed and will be published at the same time as RD-99.1. It provides supplementary materials, including examples of good practices, instructions, and reference tables. Applicable templates and forms are available on the CNSC Web site.
- review of comments received during additional consultation
- revision of the draft regulatory document
- presentation of draft RD-99.1 to the Commission Tribunal for final approval
- once approved, publication of RD-99.1
Find out more about the regulatory document development process.
- General Nuclear Safety and Control Regulations
- Radiation Protection Regulations
- Class I Nuclear Facilities Regulations
- Nuclear Security Regulations
For questions or information directly related to draft RD-99.1, please contact:Directorate of Power Reactor Regulation
Canadian Nuclear Safety Commission
P. O. Box 1046, Station B