Convention on Nuclear Safety. Second Review Conference (April 2002)
On 24 September 1994, The Netherlands signed the Convention on Nuclear Safety, which was subsequently formally ratified on 15 October 1996, and entered into force on 13 January 1997. The
Convention obliges each contracting party to apply widely recognised principles and tools in order to achieve high standards of safety management at their nuclear power plants. The Convention also
requires each contracting party to report on the national implementation of these principles to meetings of the parties to the Convention. This report describes the manner in which The Netherlands has
fulfilled its obligations under the Convention.