Furthermore during the closing session more specific and detailed ideas and suggestions regarding MODARIA II were presented, which had been enhanced during discussions by the respective Working Group members during the week of meetings. For further information please contact return to top Background of the MODARIA Programme The general aim of the MODARIA Programme was to improve capabilities in the field of environmental radiation dose assessment by means of acquisition of improved data for model testing, model testing and comparison, reaching consensus on modelling philosophies, approaches and parameter values, development of improved methods and exchange of information. MODARIA continued some of the work of previous international exercises in the field of radioecological modelling and focused on areas where uncertainties remain in the predictive capability of environmental models. The activities within the framework of the MODARIA Programme emphasize on improvement of environmental transfer models for reducing associated uncertainties or developing new approaches to strengthen the evaluation of the radiological impact to man, as well as to flora and fauna, arising from radionuclides in the environment. The results of radiological assessments are used, for example, in the evaluation of the radiological relevance of routine and accidental releases of radionuclides, to support decision making in remediation work and for the performance assessment of radioactive waste disposals. Specific objectives in the areas of radioactive release assessment, restoration of sites with radioactive residues, and environmental protection are: To test the performance of models developed for assessing the transfer of radionuclides in the environment and radiological impact to man and environment; To develop and improve models for particular environments and, where appropriate, to agree on data sets that are generally applicable in environmental transfer models; To provide an international forum for the exchange of experience, ideas and research information.
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A number of national workshops on the implementation of various aspects of the BSS have also been organized. About project SlidePlayer Terms of Service. Published by Mervin Powers Modified over 2 years ago.
My presentations Profile Feedback Log out. Scope The requirements for occupational exposure in planned exposure situations given in paras 3. Issue about whether the levels in the current BSS are still required.
Planned Exposure Situations Scope Generic requirements Occupational exposure Public exposure Medical exposure Generic requirements include administrative requirements for notification and authorization, exemption and clearance, application of the system of protection and safety including justification, optimization, and dose limitation, and justification and regulatory control of non-medical imaging. Radiation Protection in Medicine. Share buttons are a little bit lower.
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Skin dose also contributes to the effective dose, this contribution being the average dose to the entire skin multiplied by the tissue weighting factor for the skin. These factsheets are freely available for download and distribution. They cover five areas of radiation protection, namely radiation protection of the public, patients, workers, environment and emergency response. General Requirements for Protection and Hss Responsibilities of government Responsibilities of regulatory body Principal parties Management requirements Implementation of radiation protection principles Contains requirements that apply to all types of exposure situations Revision BSS — Draft 1.
Protection of the Public. Member States laea in hosting national workshops should contact the Radiation Protection Unit. Registration Forgot your password? Dose limits for planned exposure situations Schedule III: Introduction Background Objective Scope Structure Includes explanatory text on system of protection and safety, types of exposure situation, dose constraints and reference levels, protection of the environment, quantities and units Revision BSS — Draft 0.
For occupational exposure of workers over the age of 18 years, the dose limits are: Criteria for use in emergency preparedness and response Schedule IV: Assessment of Worker Exposure. Revision BSS — Draft 1. Justification iaew Optimization Of Protection.
Skin dose also contributes to the effective dose, this contribution being the average dose to the entire skin multiplied by the tissue weighting factor for the kaea. We think you have liked this presentation. General Requirements for Protection and Safety Responsibilities of government Responsibilities of regulatory body Principal parties Management requirements Implementation of radiation protection principles Contains requirements that apply to all types of exposure situations Revision BSS — Draft 0.
AGILENT EA PDF Planned Exposure Situations Scope Generic requirements Occupational exposure Public exposure Medical exposure Generic requirements include administrative requirements for notification and authorization, exemption and clearance, application of the system of protection and safety including laea, optimization, and dose limitation, and justification and regulatory control of non-medical imaging.
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