The training covers nuclear safety legislation, national infrastructures needs for nuclear and radiation safety and the international conventions and codes of practice. It addresses the regulatory process for all types of nuclear installations and uses of radioactive materials and radiation and also covers the lifecycle of facilities from siting through design, construction and operation to decommissioning. It covers emergency situations and issues related to legacy facilities and lost or orphaned sources of radiation. The module consists of five days of training, which will cover the following subjects: • The nature of nuclear and radiation hazards and the principles and philosophy of safety and protection, • Nuclear legislation, • International codes and conventions, • Regulatory processes, • Regulatory experience in practice. Practical exercises will take place during the week in which participants will work in groups to address issues related to the subject matter being presented.