OCNI / CSA N285.0.1 Overview Information Session

OCNI / CSA N285.0.1 Overview Information Session
OCNI / CSA N285.0.1 Overview Information Session
April 1, 2019
2000-01-01T00:00:00.000-05:00
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OCNI/CSA N285.0.1 Overview Information Session
Date: April 1, 2019
 
 
OCNI and CSA Group are planning an information seminar for April 1st, 2019 to share background on the CSA N285.0 standard and CSA N285.0.1 commentary.   
 
Cost: $149
 
Location: CSA Group Head Offices: 178 Rexdale Blvd., Toronto, ON M9W 1R3
 
Time: 8:30 AM - Noon
 
 
 
CSA/OCNI N285.0.1 Overview Information Session

OCNI and CSA Group are planning an information seminar for April 1st, 2019 to share background on the CSA N285.0 standard and CSA N285.0.1 commentary.
 
 
Driven by the nuclear industry’s changing demographics and pool of expertise in pressure-retaining systems and components, CSA Group has published a commentary document on CSA N285.0, General requirements for pressure-retaining systems and components in CANDU nuclear power plants. The informative document is a useful supplementary tool for nuclear facilities responsible for implementing N285.0, suppliers and service providers, regulators, as well as training providers who seek context, examples, and additional insights on some of the clauses in the standard
 
The commentary addresses questions and comments raised by users and others who participate in implementing the N285.0 standard, and explains in detail the structure, principles, and requirements of N285.0. Readers will benefit from the additional insights on
a) the original intent of CSA N285.0, including
i) historical background - how the nuclear industry developed in Canada; and
ii) the differences between ASME Boiler and Pressure Vessel Code (BPVC), Section III, Division 1, and CSA N285.0, CANDU-specific requirements;
 
b) the aim of CSA N285.0, including the provision of
i) rules for the design of the CANDU reactors consistent with the regulatory requirements;
ii) requirements not covered by ASME BPVC, Section III, Division 1;
iii) classification requirements;
iv) registration requirements, including those for welding procedures; and
v) requirements for repairs, replacements, and modifications;
 
c) the rationale for many of the requirements, which are derived from
i) industry practice or experience;
ii) engineering or safety analysis;
iii) research or test programs; and
iv) good engineering judgment; and
 
d) the evolvement of CSA N285.0 through significant changes in various editions.
 
 
CONTACT INFORMATION
For information on CSA Group’s nuclear standards program, join the nuclear section of the CSA Communities at http://community.csagroup.org
To purchase a copy of the commentary, please visit CSA Group’s online store at: http://store.csagroup.org/
 
About CSA Group Standards CSA Group is one of the largest standards development organizations in North America, conducting research and developing standards in Canada, the United States, and internationally for a broad range of technologies and functional areas including electrical and gas products, construction and infrastructure, petroleum and natural gas, nuclear energy, public and workplace safety, workplace management, healthcare, and sustainability. CSA Group also offers standards publications and training in key standards-related fields. For more information about CSA Group, please visit www.csagroup.org.
For more information about the event please contact:
 
Sarina Harrison | E. sarina.harrison@ocni.ca | (905) 839-0073

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