IT-based Regulatory Supporting System
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  • AtomCARE (Atomic Computerized technical Advisory system for a Radiological Emergencies)
  • AtomCARE is a computer system that provides technical support for radiological emergency preparedness by monitoring the status of NPPs, collecting meteorological data, and analyzing radioactivity data in real time. AtomCARE features a video conference system to facilitate information exchange and communication among radiological preparedness organizations.
  • OPIS (Operational Performance Information System for Nuclear Power Plants)
  • OPIS is a comprehensive database that provides every sort of information pertinent to nuclear facilities both at home and abroad such as their design features, operational experience, and event history including INES an SPI. OPIS is intended to be a key information resource to restrict the likelihood of events and prevent recurrence of events by providing detailed information on past incidents/accidents and a database of failure analyses.
  • IERNet (Integrated Environmental Radiation Monitoring Network)
  • IERNet is a nationwide environmental radiation monitoring system that collects and analyzes environmental radiation dose rates (nSv/h) from 128 local radiation monitoring stations and posts installed throughout the country.
  • Radiation Safety Information System (RASIS)
  • RASIS is a comprehensive radiation management system to provide information on regulatory authority issues pertaining to nearly 6,000 licensees and to manage the individual life cycles of radioactive sources
  • RadLot (Radiation Source Location Tracking System)
  • RadLot is a real-time radiation monitoring system to prevent loss or theft of nuclear materials by thoroughly controlling their irradiator locations by using mobile communication networks. RadLot helps to easily observe the location and travelling route of radiation sources in Korea.
  • WACID (WAste Comprehensive Information Database system)
  • WACID is a national level comprehensive database system on radioactive wastes. The system was established in light of the safety management of various and massive radioactive waste sources from nuclear installations in a systematical manner. The WACID database include information on solid radioactive waste, liquid effluent, gaseous effluent, spent fuel, RI waste, decommissioning waste, disposal and others.
  • Safety Codes Applicable to Licensing Evaluations (SCALE)
  • SCALE is a web-based database system to provide legal information on the Nuclear Safety Act, regulatory requirements, and specific regulatory guides.
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