Explore the 10 recommendations from the NTI Nuclear Security Index and the 5 recommendations from the Radioactive Source Security Assessment. See how countries can better protect nuclear and radiological materials domestically and strengthen the global security architecture. Use the filter at right to sort recommendations by four areas: Secure Materials, Support Global Efforts, Protect Facilities, and Prevent Dirty Bomb.
Track and Control the Movement of Radioactive Sources, Domestically and Internationally
Countries should put in place national measures to track and control the movement of radioactive sources domestically and internationally, to prevent them from falling into the wrong hands.
Track Radioactive Sources throughout their Life Cycle and Follow End-of-Life Management Guidance
Countries should establish regulatory measures and practices to track materials throughout their life cycles and follow relevant IAEA guidance on end-of-life management.
Replace Radioactive Sources with Alternative Technologies
Countries should commit to replacing high-activity radioactive sources with alternative technologies where possible. They should work to identify and address challenges to adopting alternative technology and to share information that can help other countries adopt these technologies, if they have the capacity to do so.