- Regulatory Decision Making
- Nuclear Safety Assessment
- Inspection Activities
- Regulatory Activities over RAW and NM
- Supervision of the Radwaste Shipments
- Supervision of the management of radwaste
- Supervision of Nuclear Material Management
- Emergency Preparedness
- Qualification and Training
- Building Authority for Nuclear Installations
- International Cooperation
ARTEMIS Mission is one of the international peer reviews and advisory services offered to Member States by the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA). ARTEMIS is an integrated international peer review focused on radioactive waste and spent fuel management, decommissioning and environmental recovery programs. This service is intended for permit holders and organizations responsible for the management of radioactive waste, as well as for regulatory authorities and state institutions. The aim of the ARTEMIS mission is to provide independent expert insight and advice through an international team of experts, established and seconded by the IAEA. The assessment is based on a comparison of the national situation with IAEA Safety Standards and international good practice. ARTEMIS missions themselves consist of meetings, interviews, site visits and document reviews.
The Slovak Republic is preparing to receive the first ARTEMIS mission, while the original planned date in 2021 was postponed due to a coronavirus pandemic.
More information on the ARTEMIS Mission is available at the IAEA website (International Atomic Energy Agency).