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G. theft, sabotage, terrorist attacks). The response to each of these hazards would probably involve different response organizations with their own response terminology, cultures and plans. 18. Consequently, the Requirements [2] (para. 11) require that the national coordinating authority and the response organizations ensure that the arrangements for response to a nuclear or radiological emergency are coordinated with the arrangements for response to conventional emergencies. 19. The planning and preparations for response to a nuclear or radiological emergency should be integrated with the planning for response to hazards of all types and should fully involve the national or local organizations responsible for response to conventional emergencies such as those due to fires, floods, earthquakes, tsunamis or storms.

12. The national coordinating authority should ensure that organizations that perform tasks (conventional, radiological or law enforcement) that are critical to a successful response have agreed to their assigned responsibilities as defined in the concept of operations (see Section 6). Reference [3] provides a list of tasks that are critical for a successful response. 13. The national coordinating authority should coordinate the development of the national all-hazards response plan or the national radiation emergency plan and should foster the implementation by other States of measures designed to fulfil the relevant international obligations14 in accordance with the Requirements [2] (para.

OILs should be developed for radioactive releases and/or direct exposures resulting from emergencies involving facilities in threat categories I, II and III and for radiological emergencies, by using realistic assumptions and including arrangements to revise the OILs as appropriate to take into account the conditions prevailing during the emergency. 18. The default OILs for the dose rates from deposition resulting from a nuclear reactor emergency, which are used to make decisions concerning evacuation and substantial shelter, and the arrangements for their revision, should be consistent with Ref.

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