Nuclear legislation

Nuclear Legislation in OECD and NEA Countries: Slovenia        FRENCH
Regulatory and Institutional Framework for Nuclear Activities
This country profile provides a detailed review of a full range of nuclear law topics, such as: the general regulatory regime, including mining; radioactive substances and equipment; nuclear installations; trade in nuclear materials; radiation protection; radioactive waste management; non-proliferation and physical protection; transport and nuclear third party liability. This profile was last updated in 2015.

Primary nuclear legislation

  • All primary and secondary legislation related to nuclear and radiological safety (in Slovenian)
  • 2017 Ionizing Radiation Protection and Nuclear Safety Act (ZVISJV-1) [Slovene]
  • 2010 Act on Third Party Liability [Slovene]
  • Act Regulating the Exports of Dual-Use Goods [Slovene]
  • Transport of Dangerous Goods Act [Slovene]
  • Resolution on Nuclear and Radiation Safety in the Republic of Slovenia – for the period 2024-2033 [Slovene]
  • Resolution on the National Programme for Managing Radioactive Waste and Spent Nuclear Fuel 2023-2032 [Slovene]
  • Decree on radiation activities [Slovene]
  • Decree on limit doses, reference levels and radioactive contamination [Slovene]
  • Decree on national radon programme [Slovene]
  • Decree on the reduction of exposure due to natural radionuclides and existing exposure situations [Slovene]
  • Decree on safeguarding of nuclear materials [Slovene]
  • Decree on the areas of limited use of space due to a nuclear facility and the conditions of facility construction in these areas [Slovene]
  • Decree on the checking of the radioactivity of consignments that could contain orphan sources [Slovene]
  • Rules on the specialist council on radiation and nuclear safety [Slovene]
  • Rules on the use of radiation sources and on activities involving radiation [Slovene]
  • Rules on authorised radiation and nuclear safety experts [Slovene]
  • Rules on providing qualification for workers in radiation and nuclear facilities [Slovene]
  • Rules on radiation and nuclear safety factors [Slovene]
  • Rules on radioactive waste and spent fuel management [Slovene]
  • Rules on the safety assurance of radiation and nuclear facilities [Slovene]
  • Rules on the monitoring of radioactivity [Slovene]
  • Rules on transboundary shipments of radioactive waste and spent fuel [Slovene]
  • Rules on the transboundary shipment of nuclear and radioactive substances [Slovene]

Related links

OECD and NEA Member Country Participation: Slovenia
Includes country-specific information on the status of adherence to the multilateral agreements of highest import to international nuclear law.

IAEA Country Fact Sheet: Slovenia
Includes country-specific information on the status of adherence to treaties under IAEA auspices.

IEA Country Profile: Slovenia
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