Asian Nuclear Safety Network
Welcome to the Atomic Energy Licensing Board (AELB) Malaysia web site for the Asian Nuclear Safety Network (ANSN).
The objective of the ANSN project is to pool and share existing and new technical knowledge and practical experience to
further improve the safety of nuclear installations in Asia.
The ANSN computer network is operated in a coordinated yet decentralised manner with 8 ANSN National Centres in China, Indonesia, Japan, Korea, Malaysia,
the Philippines, Thailand and Vietnam. The web site associated to each National Centre provides access to important nuclear safety knowledge and serves as
a portal to other ANSN sites.
Selamat datang ke laman web Lembaga Perlesenan Tenaga Atom (AELB),
Malaysia bagi Rangkaian Keselamatan Nuklear Asian (ANSN).
Objektif projek ANSN adalah untuk mengumpulkan dan berkongsi pengetahuan teknikal sedia ada dan
baru serta pengalaman praktikal untuk meningkatkan lagi keselamatan instalasi nuklear di Asia.
Rangkaian komputer ANSN adalah beroperasi secara berpusat di 8 buah negara Asia di Cina,
Indonesia, Jepun, Korea, Malaysia, Filipina, Thailand dan Vietnam.
Melalui laman web yang di negara masing-masing (Pusat Kebangsaan ANSN)
membolehkan pengguna mengakses maklumat keselamatan nuklear di dalam portal ANSN negara lain.
About ANSN Malaysia National Center
The ANSN Malaysia National Center is operated by Atomic Energy Licensing Board, an agency under Ministry of Science, Technology and Innovation of Malaysia (MOSTI).
Malaysia ANSN National Center member's consist of local experts from Atomic Energy Licensing Board (AELB), Malaysian Nuclear Agency (Nuclear Malaysia),
Ministry of Health Malaysia (MOH), National University of Malaysia (UKM) and Tenaga National Berhad Research (TNBR)
throughout eight technical topical group within ANSN framework.
| Published : 2014-07-04 17:51:53 by admin |
(June, 9-11, 2014),
Dengkil, Selangor, Malaysia.The likelihood of a nuclear or radiological incident is remote because of the strict controls in place for the movement and use of radioactive materials. A nuclear emergency could be declared if there is an accident or an intentional release (or threat of intentional release) of potentially harmful radioactive materials. Preparing before an emergency and response to it plays a vital role in ensuring the optimal emergency arrangements. Read more...
| Published : 2014-06-24 11:18:00 by admin |
(May, 19-23, 2014),
Dengkil, Selangor, Malaysia. The regulatory framework is one of the major elements of safety infrastructure for a nuclear power program. For countries embarking on nuclear power, once an effectively independent regulatory body has been established, the regulatory body should consider the various regulatory approaches that are applied to nuclear power programs of the same scope in other countries, and should tentatively plan its approach accordingly, taking into account the State’s legal and industrial practices and the guidance provided in the relevant safety standards issued by the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA). Read more...
| Published : 2013-06-26 19:55:07 by admin |
(June, 17-21, 2013),
Dengkil, Selangor, Malaysia. With the cooperation of IAEA, a training was held to build and strengthen capacities in the development and demonstration of safety of radioactive waste disposal facilities, focusing on the safety case and safety asessment development by the operator and its review by the regulator.