Authorisation for individual area of radiation and nuclear safety
Legal or natural entities acquire the authorisation for the implementation of authorised expert for radiation and nuclear safety work if responsible experts are appointed for individual nuclear and radiation safety areas for which the authorisation will be acquired, and the responsible manager of nuclear and radiation safety is determined among them and if the fulfil the conditions prescribed for the implementation of work of an authorised expert.
A legal or natural entity can acquire the authorisation for the implementation of authorised expert works in an individual area of radiation and nuclear safety or for several areas of radiation and nuclear safety.
The areas of radiation and nuclear safety under the previous paragraph are determined in Annex 1 to the Rules on authorised experts for radiation and nuclear safety.
A legal or natural entity must indicate or attach to the application for the acquisition of the authorisation:
- information about the areas of radiation and nuclear safety, subject to the authorisation;
- references in the fields of nuclear and radiation safety, subject to the authorisation;
- evidence on appointing responsible experts and determining the responsible manager of the nuclear and radiation safety who fulfil the prescribed conditions.
The application of the natural entity must contain the documents and evidence under the previous paragraph as well as:
- name and surname, address and citizenship;
- statement that they are not commercially or financially dependant on anyone, which would affect their professional judgement.
Besides the mentioned documents, the legal entity's application must also contain:
- the name and head office of the company;
- data about the organisation and ownership structure of the legal entity if the latter is not registered in the Republic of Slovenia;
- the latest confirmed version of the quality assurance programme and the list of all documents important from the aspect of quality assurance.
The authorisation is issued for maximum five years.
- Judicial remedy: Appeal
- Competent authority: Ministry of the Environment and Spatial Planning