Occupational radiation protection : protecting workers against exposure to ionizing radiation

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International Atomic Energy Agency
International Atomic Energy Agency, 2003 - Medical - 515 pages
This publication contains the proceedings of the first international conference covering the whole area of occupational radiation protection, which was held in Geneva in August 2002. Issues discussed include: the scientific and organisational background to radiation protection of workers; stakeholder involvement; radiation risks; infrastructure development; operational implementation of basic safety standards; monitoring of radiation exposures; protection in medical installations, nuclear facilities, industrial research facilities and workplaces involving exposure to natural radiation; causation probability; co-operation between regulators, employers and workers; comparison of improvements in radiation protection standards with standards for other hazards; and ICRP recommendations involving occupational exposure.

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Contents

STATUS OF OPERATIONAL IMPLEMENTATION
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WHAT ARE THE MAIN PROBLEMS IN OPERATIONAL
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Opening Address
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