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12) UJD PERSONNEL AND ECONOMIC DATA

Extensive range of tasks and duties, fulfilment of which means further qualitative move in the assessment of state supervision over the nuclear safety, was secured by UJD in 2001. UJD paid an important attention to recruitment and choice of employees, their training and their professional growth over the year 2001. In the framework of training, the employees could improve their professional and computer skills and the level of languages. The experts and inspectors participated in a number of special courses organised by foreign organisations, mainly the IAEA in Vienna. Overall, 19 employees were attending the language courses, 4 employees completed their post-graduate re-qualification studies at the Faculty of Electro-Technics and Informatics.
Professional executing of duties resulting from UJD financial policy and personal management encouraged the results achieved by UJD in the area of state supervision over the nuclear safety over the year 2001. As of 31 December 2001, 81 employees (natural persons) were employed by UJD: 30 women and 51 men. Overall percentage of employed women represented 37%. 40 employees, including 5 women, were executing the direct inspection activities over the nuclear safety.
Professional level of work carried out by the respective UJD departments was also influenced by the structure of employees’ qualification. 77% of employees have university degree, 21% are the secondary-school graduates and 2% the training-school graduates.

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EMPLOYEES' QUALIFICATION STRUCTURE (AS OF 31 DECEMBER 2001)

In 2001, 10 employees including one trainee left UJD and 5 new employees were accepted to replace those leaving. Apart from these new employees, 4 trainees were accepted by UJD for the period of one year pursuant to new resolution of the Slovak Government.
Over the year 2001, no significant changes in the employees’ age structure were observed in comparison with the previous year. Representing 36% of overall number of employees, the most numerous group was represented by employees at the age of 41-50 years. The second place belonged to employees at the age of 51-60 years representing 26% of overall number of employees. This statistics proves, that the state supervision was provided mostly by employees with the long-standing practice, i.e., by employees at the age of 41-60 years representing 62% of an overall number of employees. Other age categories were represented as follows: 23% of all employees at the age of 20-30 years, 10% of all employees at the age of 31-40 years an 5% of all employees at the age over 60 years.
UJD as the central state body has an independent status and acts independently in the budgetary process, i.e., it has its own budgetary chapter with incomes and outcomes directly connected with the State Budget.
In 2001, the state regulation and supervision over the nuclear safety was funded from the State Budget amounting to SKK 77,911 thousands. Apart from these funds, UJD used the extra-budgetary funds from abroad (from the Swiss Government through the SWISSLOVAK, SWISSUP Project, Evita Project, IAEA Projects and from the Temporary Secretariat of Nuclear Test Ban Treaty Organisation) amounting to SKK 1,773 thousands. Overall expenditures as of 31 December 2001 amounted to SKK 79,684 thousands.
Basic classification by elements of costs originated in 2001 according to source of funding was following (in thousands of SKK):

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From total amount of budgetary funds, the amount of SKK 71,394 thousands was used as running expenditures and the amount of SKK 6,517 thousands was used for capital assets acquisition. Total amount of finance from the State Budget did not exceed the limit of available funds, i.e. the amount of SKK 3,685 thousands from the budgetary chapter was not drawn. This situation is connected with unrealised foreign transfers in favour of the international organisations (payment obligation did not arise) as well as with lower use of other current expenditures.
Current foreign transfers amounting to SKK 24,967 thousands represented the largest portion of budgetary expenditures, i.e. transfer to EBRD on Chernobyl containment renovation, two contributions to IAEA Technical Co-operation Fund and the membership contribution to OECD Halden Reactor Project (OECD/HRP).
The amount of SKK 21,134 thousands was paid for the acquisition of goods and services. Basis classification by elements of these expenditures was following (in thousands of SKK):

- Travel costs 1 785
- Communications 1 065
- Material and services 2 849
- Transport costs 935
- Routine and standard maintenance 1 491
- Rent 2 688
- Other goods and services 10 321

Concerning other goods and services, the amount of SKK 7,094 thousands was used to finance three solutions concerning the tasks of scientific and technological development secured by legal entities.
The amount of SKK 18,535 thousands was paid to employees for their work and the amount of SKK 6,618 thousands represented related public liability insurance. The average monthly salary using adjusted number of employees amounted to SKK 19,270 and in comparison with the previous year the amount increased by SKK 1,462.
Payment of current transfers in favour of domestic physical persons and non-profit institutions represented only SKK 58,000.
Concerning capital expenditures, UJD used budgetary funds for the acquisition of capital assets amounting to SKK 6,517 thousands.The following items were secured from capital expenditures (in thousands of SKK):

- Software equipment and information system

2 135

- Furniture, office equipment and hardware 2 606
  Including: hardware and computer networks 1 736
- Extension of transport means’ equipment 9
- Instruments and machinery 300
- Construction works in offices and operation area 1 075
- Computer technologies upgrading 392



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