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The operating organization should ensure that an emergency plan with implementing procedures is in place and tested before the commencement of fuel loading. Non-nuclear hazards should be considered in the plan. 41. All individuals involved in the commissioning programme should be trained to cope with emergencies. 42. Requirements for actions to be taken in the event of a nuclear or radiological emergency are established in Ref. . 5. 1. 16). The group of tests to be carried out within each stage should be indicated, together with the point in the sequence of tests at which a review of the test results should be completed before continuing to the next stage.
Two categories of records should be established: permanent and temporary. 5. Permanent records should be maintained for the lifetime of the facility. Permanent records are those records that meet one or more of the following criteria: (a) (b) (c) (d) (e) (f) They demonstrate a capability for safe operation. They demonstrate the cause of an accident or the malfunction of an item. They provide baseline data for periodic inspection. They are necessary for the maintenance, modification or replacement of an item.
7. For some new experiments and reactor modifications, a certain period of operation may be necessary before sufficient information on their effects on the operation, reliability and safety of the reactor can be obtained and evaluated. Paragraphs 701–706 of Ref.  provide further guidance on this post-implementation stage. 37 . 1. The number of tests and the order of their performance generally depend on the type of reactor and the circumstances of the facility project. Specific tests used for commissioning a power reactor are discussed in Ref.