National Sealed Source Registry and Sealed Source Tracking System Annual reports
The Canadian Nuclear Safety Commission's (CNSC) was the first nuclear regulator among G-7 countries to develop a national registry and to implement a Web-based tracking system, along with enhanced export and import controls for high-risk sealed sources.
These reports describe developments in the CNSC's National Sealed Source Registry (NSSR) and Sealed Source Tracking System (SSTS) since January 2006.
Current NSSR and SSTS annual report
- National Sealed Source Registry and Sealed Source Tracking System 2018 Annual Report (HTML)
2018 NSSR and SSTS annual report highlights
- In 2018, there was an 8% increase in the number of high-risk sources compared to 2017.
- In 2018, CNSC inspectors verified licensees’ compliance with sealed source tracking requirements during 116 inspections. Of these, licensees were compliant in 114 (98%) of cases, with the remaining non-compliances administrative in nature.
- A total 68,885 transactions were recorded in 2018, which represents a 9% decrease compared to the number of transactions recorded in 2017.
Previous NSSR and SSTS annual reports
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