We drive the highest standards of safety and security in the global transport of nuclear and radioactive materials.
We collaborate with industry experts to produce up to date resources that are free to download.
Each day thousands of shipments of radioactive materials are transported around the world.
The Transport Safety Standard Committee (TRANSSC) consists of national regulators and observer organisations that come together to focus on writing and revising SSR-6 and its accompanying guidance documents. TRANSSC meets twice a year with each session lasting a week. TRANSSC Technical Expert Groups (TTEGs) focus on specific issues in greater detail. WNTI actively participates on all TRANSSC and TTEG activities.
The Policy and Regulation Delivery Stream, formally SSR-6 Working Group, provides a forum for the discussion of the radioactive materials transport regulatory issues. This is primarily accomplished through the IAEA Transport Safety Standards Committee (TRANSSC), where we participate. The purpose of the our working group is to help the IAEA and other policy makers (such as IMO, ICAO, IATA, UNECE) provide safe and practicable rules for the transport of radioactive material. The Policy and Regulation Delivery Stream is the place where industry can discuss and propose potential amendments to the transport regulations, focusing on SSR-6, its associated Safety Guides and implementation of SSR-6 in other modal transport regulations.
Access all TRANSSC documentation and meeting information on the IAEA website.