At PALLAS, a lot of attention is being paid to safety, from the reactor core to all other nuclear systems that are needed to operate the reactor safely. All lessons learned in the nuclear field have been taken into account while designing the reactor. The reactor is resistant to potential external hazards, such as a plane crash or earthquakes. PALLAS adheres to extensive international and national laws and regulations in order to safely operate the reactor.
PALLAS ensures that people and the environment are protected from the harmful effects of ionising radiation and occupational or industrial hazards at all times.
All functional requirements are compiled in Technical Regulations that are continuously coordinated with the Authority for Nuclear Safety and Radiation Protection (ANVS).
In addition, the latest international regulations from the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) are checked regularly.