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Jointly with the Minister for Health. 5. In non-nuclear countries, this term is understood to mean the authority which controls radioactive sources. 35 Agriculture and Forestry, the Environment and Water Management, the Federal Ministry for Social Security or the State Crisis Management section of the Federal Chancellory, in co-operation with the Governors of the Länder. A certain number of other countries entrust their local authorities with the power to decide upon countermeasures. The competent authorities are as follows: in Canada, the provinces; in the Czech Republic, the head of the local authority of the affected area; in France, the Prefect (Préfet) of the Department; in Germany, the emergency response authorities at Länder level; in Korea, the local government; and in Sweden, the Country Administrations.
The central authorities complete this notification by identifying in particular the countries which are physically affected and transmitting this notification to the SGCISN to ensure international notification takes place. The SGCISN is also responsible for informing the President of the Republic and the Prime Minister. In the same vein, in Canada, pursuant to the Province of Ontario Nuclear Emergency Plan, the operator of a nuclear installation shall first notify the municipal or provincial authorities specified in the Plan.
78. Until the financial security has been exhausted. 79. On this subject, see the Study carried out by the NEA Secretariat “Compensation Regimes Applicable to Radiation Workers in OECD Countries” published in Nuclear Law Bulletin No. 66 (December 2000), p. 7. See also the paper (in French) submitted by M. Jacques Deprimoz at the Nuclear Inter Jura 1993 (Biennial Congress of the International Nuclear Law Association) – Proceedings, p. 169. 80. Damage to workers’ property however is indemnified pursuant to the Atomic Energy Act.