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Occupational Radiation Protection

Enhancing the Protection of Workers — Gaps, Challenges and Developments

Proceedings of an International Conference Held in Vienna, Austria, 1–5 December 2014

Proceedings Series - International Atomic Energy Agency

English STI/PUB/2004 ¦ 978-92-0-122522-1

536 pages ¦ 40 figures ¦ € 80.00 ¦ Date published: 2022

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This proceedings publication presents the outcome of an IAEA conference on occupational radiation protection. The conference provided an important opportunity to review recent technical and regulatory developments concerning occupational exposure to ionizing radiation in all facilities and activities. It brought together experts from a wide range of countries and international organizations to report on and discuss the progress made in identifying, quantifying, and managing the radiological risks associated with workplaces. The revision of international basic safety standards, which was completed during the period since the last conference, provided an important backdrop to the presentations and discussion. The publication includes the conference summary, opening addresses, and presentations from the twelve topical sessions and four round table discussions.

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Proceedings, Radiation, Safety Measures, Congresses, Health Aspects, Industrial Safety, Radiation Dosimetry, Radiation Protection, Regulatory Developments, Ionizing Radiation, International Organizations, Radiological Risks, Recommendations, Standards, Dose Assessment, Health Risks, Workplace, Occupational Radiation Exposure, Industrial Research, Education Facilities, Emergency Preparedness and Response, Post Accident Exposure Situations, Cosmic Rays, Radon Exposure, Medicine, Nuclear Fuel Cycle Facilities, Safety Culture, Health Risk Management

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