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Symposium on radiation protection in neighbouring countries in Central Europe - 1995. Proceedings

Abstract

The 1995 Symposium on Radiation Protection in Neighbouring Countries in Central Europe was a continuation of a series of conferences held by radiation protection societies and/or associations in Central Europe to promote the knowledge in radiation protection and to exchange scientific information and experience between countries in this region. Radiation hazards present a small part of all hazards to which the mankind is exposed these days. However, radiation protection do have a leading role in creating a strategy to minimize and regulate practices where various hazards are involved. This time the symposium was organized by Radiation Protection Association of Slovenia and J. Stefan Institute in cooperation with Austrian Association for Radiation Protection, Croatian Radiation Protection Association, Czech Society for Radiation Protection, Health Physics Section of Hungary, Italian Radiation Protection Association and Slovak Society of Nuclear Medicine and Radiation Hygiene. It was held in Portoroz, Slovenia. 112 papers were contributed as oral or poster presentations by 194 authors from 15 countries and two international organizations. Papers and posters covered a wide range of subjects, including: radiation protection at work place, natural radioactivity, nuclear instrumentation and dosimetry, emergency exposure situations, waste management, radiation protection principles and policies, radiation protection infrastructure, education, training  More>>
Authors:
Glavic-Cidro, D [1] 
  1. J. Stefan Institute, Ljubljana (Slovenia)
Publication Date:
Jan 01, 1996
Product Type:
Technical Report
Report Number:
INIS-XA-C-071
Resource Relation:
Conference: 1995 IRPA regional congress on radiation protection in Central Europe, Portoroz (Slovenia), 4-8 Sep 1995; Other Information: Refs, figs, tabs; Pages missing in original document
Subject:
61 RADIATION PROTECTION AND DOSIMETRY; AUSTRIA; BIOMEDICAL RADIOGRAPHY; DOSIMETRY; EMERGENCY PLANS; ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACTS; ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION; HUNGARY; ITALY; LEADING ABSTRACT; MEETINGS; NATURAL RADIOACTIVITY; NUCLEAR MEDICINE; OCCUPATIONAL EXPOSURE; OCCUPATIONAL SAFETY; PATIENTS; POLAND; RADIATION HAZARDS; RADIATION MONITORING; RADIATION PROTECTION; RADIOACTIVE WASTE MANAGEMENT; RADIOTHERAPY; RECOMMENDATIONS; REGIONAL COOPERATION; SLOVAKIA; SLOVENIA
OSTI ID:
20685190
Research Organizations:
Radiation Protection Association of Slovenia (Slovenia); J. Stefan Institute (Slovenia); Austrian Association for Radiation Protection (Austria); Croatian Radiation Protection Association (Croatia); Czech Society for Radiation Protection (Czech Republic); Health Physics Section, Roland Eoetvoes Physical Society of Hungary (Hungary); Italian Radiation Protection Association (Italy); Slovak Society of Nuclear Medicine and Radiation Hygiene (Slovakia)
Country of Origin:
IAEA
Language:
English
Other Identifying Numbers:
TRN: XA05C0001004294
Availability:
Available from INIS in electronic form
Submitting Site:
INIS
Size:
478 pages
Announcement Date:
Jan 23, 2006

Citation Formats

Glavic-Cidro, D. Symposium on radiation protection in neighbouring countries in Central Europe - 1995. Proceedings. IAEA: N. p., 1996. Web.
Glavic-Cidro, D. Symposium on radiation protection in neighbouring countries in Central Europe - 1995. Proceedings. IAEA.
Glavic-Cidro, D. 1996. "Symposium on radiation protection in neighbouring countries in Central Europe - 1995. Proceedings." IAEA.
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title = {Symposium on radiation protection in neighbouring countries in Central Europe - 1995. Proceedings}
author = {Glavic-Cidro, D}
abstractNote = {The 1995 Symposium on Radiation Protection in Neighbouring Countries in Central Europe was a continuation of a series of conferences held by radiation protection societies and/or associations in Central Europe to promote the knowledge in radiation protection and to exchange scientific information and experience between countries in this region. Radiation hazards present a small part of all hazards to which the mankind is exposed these days. However, radiation protection do have a leading role in creating a strategy to minimize and regulate practices where various hazards are involved. This time the symposium was organized by Radiation Protection Association of Slovenia and J. Stefan Institute in cooperation with Austrian Association for Radiation Protection, Croatian Radiation Protection Association, Czech Society for Radiation Protection, Health Physics Section of Hungary, Italian Radiation Protection Association and Slovak Society of Nuclear Medicine and Radiation Hygiene. It was held in Portoroz, Slovenia. 112 papers were contributed as oral or poster presentations by 194 authors from 15 countries and two international organizations. Papers and posters covered a wide range of subjects, including: radiation protection at work place, natural radioactivity, nuclear instrumentation and dosimetry, emergency exposure situations, waste management, radiation protection principles and policies, radiation protection infrastructure, education, training and public relations and non-ionizing radiation. The well being of humans and other biota is tied in a very fundamental way to the environment, which make the environment a primary target for protection. That's why we believe that the activities of our Societies in future should be aimed at the protection of the environment in general, through a global and multi-disciplinary approach and the symposium demonstrated that there is a clear need for international communication and co-operation. The symposium was sponsored by Slovenian Ministry of Science and Technology and cosponsored by Slovenian Ministry of Health, Slovenian Nuclear Safety Administration, Administration for Civil Protection and Disaster Relief, Krsko Nuclear Power Plant, Institute of Occupational Safety and Zirovski vrh Mine. Their contributions are greatly appreciated. I am also indebted to many people for their help in organizing the symposium.}
place = {IAEA}
year = {1996}
month = {Jan}
}