Public Consultation on Legislation in the Field of Nuclear Installation and Materials in YogyakartaKembali 11 Juli 2019 | Berita BAPETEN
Located in Yogyakarta, the Directorate of Licensing for Nuclear Installations and Material (DP2IBN) held a public consultation on legislation in the field of nuclear installations and materials (Thursday, July 11, 2019), which was attended by 38 participants, who were representatives of nuclear technology applications in nuclear installations and materials (IBN) and fields of radiation facilities and radioactive materials (FRZR) in the Yogyakarta region.
Public consultation activities are carried out as part of drafting legislation as mandated by Law No. 12 of 2011 concerning Establishment of Legislation, concerning community participation and is intended to obtain input both verbally and in writing from the community and related stakeholders.
At this public consultation, focused on the draft of BAPETEN’s regulation on the revision of BAPETEN Regulation on Facility Management Systems and Nuclear Energy Utilization Activities (revised Regulation of BAPETEN No. 4 of 2010).
In her opening remarks, the Director of P2IBN Dahlia C. Sinaga said that one of the objectives in drafting the revised draft regulation was BAPETEN No. 4 of 2010 is to be able to apply to the FRZR field, where existing facilities vary greatly from very simple facilities (type C) such as x-rays in health centers to large facilities (type A) such as radiotherapy in large hospitals that have risks high radiation. So that the implementation of the management system will only be applied to large (type A) and medium (type B) radiation facilities, while for simple facilities (type C) follow other management standards such as ISO.
The regulation of BAPETEN is derived from Government Regulation No. 43 of 2006 and Government Regulation (PP) No. 29 of 2008, although it is not clearly written about the management system requirements in PP No. 29 of 2008. As for applications in the IBN field Bapeten’s Chairman Regulation (Perka) can already be applied properly. On the same occasion Dahlia C. Sinaga also delivered a presentation on the policy of monitoring the use of nuclear energy.
The next presentation was delivered by Maradi Abdillah, Staff of Subdirectorate for Health Licensing (DPFRZR) regarding the implementation of the management system in FRZR licensing, while the last presentation was delivered by Dewi Prima Meiliasari staff of the Sub-directorate of Energy Reactor Regulations regarding the draft BAPETEN regulation on revision of BAPETEN Regulation on Facilities and Activities Management Systems Utilization of Nuclear Energy. Dewi explained the background and contents of the report paper preparation, among others, the inability to use Perka BAPETEN No. 4 of 2010 in the field of FRZR, IAEA’s standards change related to management systems from GSR-3 to GSR Part 2 and the need to provide management system document formats and contents for guidance for licensing holders.
In the discussion session which was guided by Bambang Eko Aryadi, Kasubdit. Arrangement of Power Reactors, some input from participants need to get attention and follow-up from BAPETEN to be able to improve the BAPETEN’s regulation draft. (dp2ibn / feb / bhkk / bam)