Fukushima reports and associated news as well as information about 'Stress Tests' carried out in the wake of events at Fukushima.
Intervention Records (IRs) are documents that explain what ONR has done on the sites we regulate when we make inspection visits.
They also record our findings and any significant actions we require the site operator to carry out in order to improve matters if appropriate.
The Office for Nuclear Regulation aims to be open and transparent and as part of this, we want to help all of our stakeholders, including the public, understand our work and engage with us about it.
|Date||Site / Nuclear site licence number / company / document description||Report title||Related reports|
|2018 revision||Computer software||Licensing of safety critical software for nuclear reactors
Common position of international nuclear regulators and authorised technical support organisations
|12/2017||ENSREG||ENSREG Topical Peer Review on Ageing Management - United Kingdom National Assessment Report||None|
|05/2015||N/A||Chief Nuclear Inspector's Technical Advisory Panel on accidental aircraft crash hazard assessment||None|
|06/2011|| British Nuclear Fuels Ltd
|The storage of high level liquid waste at BNFL Sellafield (Jul 2011)
HSE has published a series of reports on the key safety issues associated with Highly Active Liquor (HAL) storage and our regulatory approach to these.
|Delicensing of a part of the Oldbury Power Station Nuclear Licensed Site
This paper reports recent work undertaken by the licensee, Magnox Limited and the regulatory oversight work undertaken by the Office for Nuclear Regulation to delicense, and the Environment Agency to partially surrender the permit for part of the nuclear licensed site at the twin Magnox Reactor Power Station at Oldbury in Gloucestershire. The full PAR is available.
|PAR - Request for a Variation to the Oldbury Nuclear Site Licence No. 57A under Section 3.6 of the Nuclear Installations Act 1965 (as amended)|
|12/2009||J value report||Review of the J-value literature Final report||None|
|1992 revision||N/A||The tolerability of risk from nuclear power stations||None|