The elements of the adequacy programme  focus on the protection of public health and public safety within a given contracting state, while elements of the compatibility programme focus on the impact of national regulation of contract equipment by a State party or its potential effects on other legal systems. Some elements of the compatibility program may also have an impact on public health and safety; therefore, they can also be considered elements of adequacy program. NUCLEAR REGULATORY COMMISSION AGREEMENT AND NO-AGREEMENT 244 STATES E Nuclear Regulatory Commission Agreement and Non-agreement States NON-AGREEMENT States NON-AGREEMENT States Alabama Nebraska Arizona Nevada Arkansas New Hampshire California New Mexico New York Floride North Carolina Georgia Dakota North Illinois Ore Iowa Rhode Island Kansas South Carolina Kentucky Tennessee Louisiana Texas Maine Utah Washington Maryland Mississippi NON-AGREEMENT STATES Alaska Indiana Connecticut Massachusetts Delaware Michigan District of Columbia Minnesota conflicts, duplications, loopholes or other conditions that would jeopardize an orderly model in the national regulation of contract equipment. These elements of the contracting state`s program must be the essential objective of the corresponding ELEMENTS of the NRC program. Elements of the contract status program may be more restrictive than elements of the NRC program; however, they should not be sufficiently restrictive to prohibit a practice authorized by the AEA and for the national interest, without having an adequate basis for public health and public safety or for the environment in terms of radiation protection. As part of the performance assessment process, NRC will take the necessary steps to ensure that the agreement`s state radiation control programs remain appropriate and compatible. These measures may contribute to the more frequent review of the IMPEP of agreement status programmes and assistance in addressing problems or areas that need to be improved within the framework of a contracting state programme. Monitoring, enhanced supervision, parole, suspension or termination of an agreement may be used in the event of failures or emergencies (. B for example, loss of funding, natural or human events, pandemic). NRC`s actions to address program deficiencies or emergencies are implemented through a clearly defined and consistently and fairly implemented process. RNC Member States and agreements will work together to develop new regulations and revised policies. The agreements will be involved in a timely and substantial manner in the development of regulations related to the protection of public health and safety, as well as policies and guidelines that affect the management of the State Agreement program. NRAs and States Parties will keep each other informed of their individual regulatory requirements (for example.
B regulations, mandates or licensing conditions) and the effectiveness of these regulatory requirements, so that everyone has the opportunity to use proven regulatory approaches to improve the efficient and efficient use of resources.