|Last Updated:||October 1, 2009|
|Location:||Nasr City (East Cairo suburb) |
|Subordinate To:||Atomic Energy Authority (AEA)|
Established in 1982, the NCNSRC is Egypt's nuclear licensing authority and inspectorate. It has three divisions: Nuclear Regulations and Emergencies; Radiation Control; and Safety of Nuclear Installations.  The center handles radiation protection for personnel and the environment, and is also responsible for other regulatory and safety issues related to Egypt's nuclear installations. 
 M.K. Shaat, "Inshas Nuclear Complex: Report on, National Situation for Decommissioning Activities in Egypt," Atomic Energy Authority, November 2007, www-ns.iaea.org.
 Judith Perera, "Nuclear Industry of Egypt," March 2003, p. 21, www.opensource.gov.
 Nuclear Programmes in the Middle East: In the shadow of Iran, ed. Mark Fitzpatrick, (London: The International Institute for Strategic Studies, 2008), pp. 25-26.