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In my 25-year professional career, I have gained unique experience, consisting in the simultaneous management of processes and organization in the areas of: sales, production and R&D. In the...

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Recently, a lot of emotions in Poland have been aroused by planned projects that provide for the implementation of nuclear reactors in the #SMR technology. As of today, this applies to a total of 7 potential projects (#OSGE, #PAKPCE, #KGHM, #DBEnergy, #ENEA, #Tauron, #UNIMOT). The development of new technologies in this area seems inevitable. Relatively high investor interest in innovative nuclear solutions is connected with the necessity of research and substantive preparation. A list of documents applicable in the implementation of SMR and other solutions has been published, which focus on operational and regulatory safety standards:

- Specific Safety Requirements SSR-2/2 Rev. 1 and relevant safety instructions;
- General Safety Requirements GSR pts. 1 and GSR pt. 2;
- Safety Guide NS-G-2.2 (SSG-70), NS-G-2.3 (SSG-71), NS-G-2.4 (SSG-72), NS-G-2.5 (SSG-73), NS-G -2.6 (SSG-74), NS-G-2.8 (SSG-75), and NS-G-2.14 (SSG-76);
- Specific Safety Guide SSG-12, SSG-13, SSG-16, SSG-25, SSG-28, SSG-48, SSG-50 and SSG-77;
- General Safety Guide GSG-6, GSG-12 and GSG-13.

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