Document History of GD-327 Guidance Nuclear Criticality Safety
Published December 2010.
- December 2010: GD-327 published. View Information Bulletin 10-35 for more information. Also, see the comments received from public consultation (note that comments are posted and answered in the language in which they were submitted).
- May 19, 2010: Second consultation ended. No comments were received.
- April 19, 2010: Second consultation. Invitation to provide feedback on the comments received during the first consultation is open for a 30-day period. View comments received during the first consultation and invitation to provide feedback on these comments. Note that comments are posted in the language in which they were received.
- March 23, 2010: First consultation ended.
- December 23, 2009 to March 23, 2010: First consultation. Invitation to comment on the draft document was posted on the CNSC Web site for a 90-day period. Read the consultation version of the document, along with Information Bulletin 09-10 for additional details.
GD-327 provides guidance on how the requirements set out in regulatory document RD‑327 Nuclear Criticality Safety may be met, including the minimum physical constraints and limits on fissionable materials to ensure nuclear criticality safety.
- General Nuclear Safety and Control Regulations
- Radiation Protection Regulations
- Class I Nuclear Facilities Regulations
- Packaging and Transport of Nuclear Substances Regulations
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Directorate of Assessment and Analysis
Canadian Nuclear Safety Commission
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