Radiation protection

Vol. 30-3

September 1988

The article summarizes the progress achieved in the past 2 years concerning criteria for controlling the consumption, or movement in international trade, of potentially contaminated foodstuffs. The progress was presented at the April 1988 IAEA International Conference on Radiation Protection in Nuclear Energy in Sydney, Australia

Radiation protection in nuclear energy

Intervening for the protection of the public following a nuclear accident

Internal monitoring of intakes of radioactive materials: New approaches of the ICRP

The IAEA's emergency assistance services

Exemption from regulatory control: An international consensus

International consensus for the safe transport of radioactive material: An experience to imitate

Bridging the gap between radiation protection and safety: The control of probabilistic exposures

The International Commission on Radiological Protection: Historical overview

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