Anterian Nuclear Accident Rating
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The Anterian Nuclear Accident Rating (ANAR) is a scale to measure nuclear accidents which happen on Anteria.
There are 10 levels on the list, of which 4 are incidents, 5 are accidents and 1 is disaster. There is also a scale zero for slight abnormalities, but it is rarely used.
The level on the scale is determined by the highest of three scores: off-site effects, on-site effects, and defense in depth degradation.
|Catastrophe||Enormous inpact on enviroment and population
||To date, there has only been one level 10 accident.
|Major Accident||Major inpact on enviroment and population
||To date, there has not been any level 9 accident.|
|Wide-spread accident||Big Inpact on enviroment and population
|Accident with national consequences.||Small Inpact on enviroment and population
|Accident with regional consequences||Small leak of nuclear material.
|Accident with minor consequences||Damage to reactor vessel.
|Serious incident||Near accident
|Incident||Minor exposure to staff
|Abnormality||Almost no exposure to staff
|Deviation||No safety significance|