Use of standards ensures stable functioning of the enterprises of nuclear energy sector, which employees annually celebrate their professional holiday on September 28.
Federal Information Fund of Standards nowadays contains more than one hundred and eighty documents on standardization in this field among which there are standards on radioactive substances, power reactors, decontamination of territories, radioactive wastes, radiation-protective boxes, nuclear and radiation safety and others.
Series of standards are dedicated for environmental protection of population and nature.
Among them there are:
GOST R 52153-2003 «Radiation-protective boxes. General specifications» is intended to ensure safety of undertaken works in these boxes and protect employees and environment from radioactive contaminations and nuclear radiation;
GOST R 51966-2002 «Radioactive contamination. Technical facilities for decontamination. General technical requirements» applies to decontamination equipment for liquidation of radioactive contaminations from floors, walls of the buildings, equipment, separate units and details;
GOST R 51964-2002 «Transport packages of nuclear reactors spent fuel. Types and basic parameters» sets the types and basic parameters of packages of nuclear reactors spent fuel for transportation.
There are ten standards on radiation safety of space crew during space flight in the Federal Information Fund of Standards.
GOST 25645.215-85 «Space crew radiation safety during space flight. Safety norms with flight duration till three years» is intended to ensure radiation safety of the space crew, support its efficiency and to plan X-ray examinations of the cosmonauts.
GOST 26392-84 «Nuclear safety. Terms and definitions» describes terms and definitions of the basic concepts in the field of nuclear safety such as nuclear emergency, nuclear hazardous situation, criteria of nuclear safety, self-sustained chain reaction and others which are applied in science, engineering and manufacturing.