Library Resources

 

Access to NNRA Library is available to all staff of NNRA, staff of government organizations, nuclear research institutes and laboratories, nuclear information centres and individuals who need the topics covered by the collections.

 

The category of resources holds a catalogue of NNRA Library collections with abstracts which include IAEA books, journals, standards, and technical reports.

 

Loan requests and enquiries must be placed through Nkiru.Jarlath@nnra.gov.ng

 

 


Books on Emergency Preparedness, Response and safeguard

  • 0000102 - 0000104     National Disaster Response Plan, NEMA, (2001).
    This response plan sets forth fundamental policies, planning assumptions, a concept of operations, response and recovery actions and federal agency and private sector responsibilities, describes the array of federal response, recovery and mitigation resources available to augment state and local efforts to save lives: protect public health safety and property. (3)
  • 0000105 – 0000106     Preparation, Conduct and Evaluation of Exercises to Test Preparedness for a Nuclear or Radiological Emergency, (EPR Exercise), IAEA, Vienna (2005).
    * Focus on the process involved in preparing and controlling a large –scale exercise, i.e. a partial or full –scale exercise combined with a field exercise. In small scale exercises the process is conceptually the same, but the level of effort and the time required to prepare the exercise are reduced and some parts of the process may not be required.(2)
  • 0000122 Concept for enhanced International Communications for Nuclear and Radiological incidents and Emergencies – Action plan for strengthening the preparedness and response system for nuclear and radiological emergencies, Draft v3.0, IAEA, Vienna (2004).
    * This concept addresses what, when, why, to whom and how to communicate during a nuclear or radiological emergency. It also addresses the implementation strategy for the next five years, including priorities, based on needs analysis, and taking into account of existing systems.
  • 0000124 Manual for First Responders to a Radiological Emergency/jointly sponsored by CTIF, IAEA, [et, al] IAEA, Vienna 2006.
    * Since there is need for first responders to have appropriate training for dealing with ionizing radiation during nuclear and radiological emergencies this publication provides practical guidance for those who will respond during the first few hours to a radiological emergency and for national officials who would support this early response.
  • 0000128 Emergency Notifications and Assistance, Technical Operations Manual, IAEA, Vienna (2004)
    * The ENATOM describes in a practical manner the IAEA’s expectations regarding interactions between the IAEA’s Member States, parties to the Early Notifications and Assistance Conventions, relevant International Organizations and other States in nuclear and radiological emergencies and in developing preparedness for such emergencies.
  • 0000129 - 0000132      Emergency Notifications and Assistance, Technical Operations Manual, IAEA, Vienna (2000).
    * The ENATOM describes in a practical manner the IAEA’s expectations regarding interactions between the IAEA’s Member States, parties to the Early Notifications and Assistance Conventions, relevant International Organizations and other States in nuclear and radiological emergencies and in developing preparedness for such emergencies.(4).
  • 0000133 Emergency Notification and Assistance, Technical Operations Manual, IAEA, Vienna 2007.
     * ENATOM describes in a practical manner the IAEA’s expectations regarding the exchange of official information and the timely provision of assistance among the IAEA’s Member States, parties to the emergency conventions, relevant international organizations and other states in events with apparent ,suspected or potential radiological consequences that necessitate short –term response actions and the development of preparedness for such events.
  • 0000134 Emergency Notifications and Assistance, Technical Operations Manual, IAEA, Vienna (2002)
    * The ENATOM describes in a practical manner the IAEA’s expectations regarding interactions between the IAEA’s Member States, parties to the Early Notifications and Assistance Conventions, relevant International Organizations and other States in nuclear and radiological emergencies and in developing preparedness for such emergencies.
  • 0000135 - 0000139   Dangerous Quantities of Radioactive Material, EPR-D-VALUES 2006, IAEA, Vienna 2006.
    * Since there is need to identify the quantity and the type of radioactive material for which emergency preparedness and other arrangements (e.g. security) are warrant due to the health risk they pose, this publication provides practical guidance for member states on that quantity of radioactive material that may be considered dangerous.(5)
  • 0000140 Warning Points, Competent Authorities and Relevant International Organizations for the Early Notification and Assistance Conventions, Contact details, EPR-ENATOM, ATTACHMENT 2 (2004) version 1, IAEA, Vienna (2004).
  • 0000141 – 0000144      IAEA Emergency Response Network, ERNET, IAEA, Vienna (2000).
    * It provides worldwide emergency assistance in a range of situations necessitating rapid response in order to mitigate the consequences of a nuclear accident or radiological emergency , it also focus on early evaluation of radiological consequences of an accident and possible health effects , and the provision of medical care to overexposed persons.(5).
  • 0000145 IAEA Emergency Response Network, ERNET, IAEA, Vienna (2002).
    * It provides worldwide emergency assistance in a range of situations necessitating rapid response in order to mitigate the consequences of a nuclear accident or radiological emergency , it also focus on early evaluation of radiological consequences of an accident and possible health effects , and the provision of medical care to overexposed persons.
  • 0000146 Joint Radiation Emergency Plan of the International Organizations / jointly sponsored by the European commission, et, al, IAEA, Vienna (2002).
    * The joint plan describes the arrangements of the participating international organizations for responding to any nuclear or radiological emergency (including a conventional emergency that has actual, potential or perceived radiological consequences), and the measures for developing, maintaining, exercising, and improving these arrangements.
  • 0000147 Joint Radiation Emergency Plan of the International Organizations / jointly sponsored by the European commission, et, al, IAEA, Vienna (2004).
    * The joint plan describes the arrangements of the participating international organizations for responding to any nuclear or radiological emergency (including a conventional emergency that has actual, potential or perceived radiological consequences), and the measures for developing, maintaining, exercising, and improving these arrangements.
  • 0000556 Addressing verification challenges, (proceedings of an international safeguards symposium, 16-20 October 2006).IAEA, Vienna 2007. (New)
    * The symposium addressed current challenges to the safeguards system, further strengthening of safeguards practices and approaches, improving the collection and analysis of safeguards information, advances in safeguards techniques, technology and future challenges.

0000574-0000575 Emergency Communications with the IAEA Emergency Response Centre, Contact details, checklists and forms, IAEA, Vienna (2002) and (2004)
It has restricted information on communication details of the IAEA’s emergency response centre, it also provides information for developing and implementing practical operational procedures for interacting with the IAEA’s emergency response centre in an emergency.

  • 0000576 IAEA Response Assistance Network, IAEA, 2006.
    * This publication is to serve as a tool for supporting the provision of international assistance in the case of nuclear or radiological incident or emergency, cooperation between states, their competent Authorities and the IAEA, and harmonization of the response capabilities of States offering assistance.
  • 0000577 Ranet Technical Guidelines, IAEA, 2006.
    * It sets out technical and administrative guidelines for internationally compatible assistance capabilities in Member States for response to a nuclear or radiological incident or emergency.
  • National Emergency Management Agency, (NEMA), Corporate Information Handbook 2005. (3).

 

 

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