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The Management System for the Safe Transport of Radioactive Material

TS-G-1.4

The Management System for the Safe Transport of Radioactive Material

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TS-G-1.4

The Management System for the Safe Transport of Radioactive Material

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Footnotes
1In this context, a ‘user’ is a person who or an organization that designs, tests, assesses, manufactures, services, maintains, handles, consigns, carries or otherwise uses a package in connection with the transport of radioactive material.
2A ‘product’ is the result or output of a process.
3‘Senior management’ means the person who, or the group of people that, directs, controls and assesses an organization at the highest level. This term is equivalent to ‘top management’ as defined in Ref. [4].
4Procedures may be documented or not, as appropriate.
5An instruction may be oral or written.
6 In this context a ‘business’ means a commercial or government enterprise or establishment. The word may also be used to refer to the commercial, industrial or professional dealings that take place in a business
7See para. 5.73.
8 In this context, a ‘record’ is a document stating results achieved or providing evidence of activities performed.
9In this context, ‘process qualification’ means the characteristics that are measured against established requirements, standards or tests in order to qualify a process or component to perform a stated function.
10In this context, ‘certification’ refers to the act of determining, verifying and attesting in writing to the qualifications of personnel, processes, procedures or items in accordance with specified requirements.
11In this context, ‘measurement and test equipment’ means devices or systems used to calibrate, measure, gauge, test or inspect in order to control or to acquire data to verify conformance with a specified requirement, or to establish characteristics or values not previously known.
12In this context, ‘qualification’ means the abilities gained through education, training or experience that are measured against established requirements, standards or tests to qualify an individual to perform a stated function.
13 In this context, a ‘customer’ is an organization that or person who receives a product or service. A customer can be internal or external to the organization.
14 In this context, ‘planning’ means the act of devising or projecting the realization or achievement of an objective or goal.
15Objective evidence may be qualitative or quantitative information, records, statements of fact or other acceptable information pertaining to the quality of an item or service. Objective evidence is based on observation, measurement or testing, and can be verified.
16 In this context, ‘design input’ means the criteria, parameters, bases, data or other design requirements upon which the detailed final design is based.
17The term ‘special processes’, described in para. 5.11, can be used or applied when more complex processes are used, or when the output of such processes is difficult to measure directly
18 In this context, ‘traceability’ is the ability to follow the history, application or location of an item. Traceability implies knowledge of the origin of material and parts, the process history, and the subsequent distribution and location.
19In this context, a ‘quality plan’ is a document setting out the specific quality practices, resources and sequence of activities relevant to a particular process, product, service, contract or project.
20 Some aspects of servicing can also be described as maintenance.
21A ‘non-conformance’ is a deficiency in characteristics, documentation or procedures that renders the quality of an item or service unacceptable or indeterminate.
22 ‘Corrective actions’ are measures taken to correct conditions adverse to quality and, where necessary, measures to prevent recurrence; ‘preventive actions’ are actions taken to eliminate the cause of a potential non-conformance or other undesirable situation.
Example of a Procedure for a Control of Records
1The use of the word ‘shall’ in Annex V does not imply that the statement is an IAEA safety requirement.
Example of a Procedure for Handling Packages Containing Radioactive Material, Including Receipt and Dispatch
1The use of the word ‘shall’ in Annex VI does not imply that the statement is an IAEA safety requirement.
Example of a Packaging Maintenance Procedure in a Complex Organization
1The use of the word ‘shall’ in Annex VII does not imply that the statement is an IAEA safety requirement.
Example of an Internal Audit Procedure in a Small Organization
1The use of the word ‘shall’ in Annex VIII does not imply that the statement is an IAEA safety requirement.
Example of a Preventive and Corrective Action Procedure
1 The use of the word ‘shall’ in Annex IX does not imply that the statement is an IAEA safety requirement.
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  • Publication type:Specific Safety Guide
  • Publication number: TS-G-1.4
  • Publication year: 2008
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