Main documents of the TMF project Jun 21

Ukrainian Team  
Main results of the Ukrainian team work for now are in the following documents:
TMF Users Guide.pdf – User's Guide for TMF Checklist users – project document, developed by project manager Irina Nikolaieva. Document contains explanations for whole process of evaluation of TMF safety level with Checklist: instructions and tips for completing the checklist, evaluating the level of TMF safety,  reporting on the results on the proposed method. Released the latest version of 18.03.2014 
TMF Cheсklist.pdf – Annex 1 to the User's Guide – project document, the main document for TMF safety evaluation. Document developed by a technical expert prof. Dmitry Rudakov. Checklist contains three groups of questions (Basic Group A - 31 questions, Detailed group B - 266 questions, Internal monitoring group C - 15 questions). Questions about the status of the TMF, cover all stages of its life cycle and allow us to estimate the level of TMF safety. Released the latest version of 20.04.2014 
TMF Measure Catalogue.pdf – Annex 2 to the User's Guide – project document, developed by a technical expert Yuriy Shestak. Document contains the list of measures, which connected to the questions of TMF Checklist.
Report Template.pdf – Annex 3 to the User's Guide – project document, developed by project manager Irina Nikolaieva. Document contains from to fill after evaluating procedure. 

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PROJECT RESULTS
Methodology for TMF safety improvement 
Template Checklist for TMF

Analysis of the Ukrainian legislation and administrative situation on TMF

Analysis of Ukrainian legislation compliance with the requirements of Directive 2006/21/EC on the management of waste from the extractive industries and Roadmap of its implementation in the context of improving TMFs safety


Map of the TMFs in Ukraine


*This project is financed by the German Federal Ministry for the Environment, Nature Conservation and Nuclear Safety with means of the Advisory Assistance Programme for Environmental Protection in the Countries of Central and Eastern Europe, the Caucasus and Central Asia. It is supervised by the German Environment Agency (Umweltbundesamt, UBA). The content of this publication lies within the responsibility of the authors.