Planning and preparing for emergency response to transport accidents involving radioactive material: Safety guide
International Atomic Energy Agency, 2002 - Technology & Engineering - 125 pages
This Safety Guide provides guidance on various aspects of emergency planning and preparedness for dealing effectively and safely with transport accidents involving radioactive material, including the assignment of responsibilities. It reflects the requirements specified in Safety Standards Series No. TS-R-l (ST-1, Revised), Regulations for the Safe Transport of Radioactive Material. 1996 Edition (Revised) (2000), and those of Safety Series No. 115, International Basic Safety Standards for Protection against Ionizing Radiation and for the Safety of Radiation Sources (1996). It supersedes Safety Series No. 87, Emergency Response Planning and Preparedness for Transport Accidents Involving Radioactive Material (1988).
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RESPONSIBILITIES FOR PLANNING AND PREPARING
PREPARING FOR RESPONSE TO ACCIDENTS IN
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2910 Radioactive material accident control phase accident scene accidents involving radioactive Annex Appendix appropriate assessment ATOMIC ENERGY AGENCY carrier competent authority conditions of transport consignment consignor containing radioactive material contents cordoned-off area criticality accident damaged packages decontamination depleted Uranium dose rates dosimeters E-mail emergency plans emergency response plans ensure equipment evacuation excepted package exposure fire fissile excepted freight container guidance IAEA industrial packages instruments INTERNATIONAL ATOMIC ENERGY International Maritime Organization involving radioactive material la1el labels limited liquids low specific activity LSA-I mSv/h non-fissile or fissile packa0e's surface package design potential hazard proper shipping name proportional counters radiation protection team radioactive contamination radiological hazard radionuclides radiopharmaceuticals release responding to transport Safety Guide Safety Standards scintillator SCO-I shipments Shipping Paper special form spill Telephone Number Thorium transport accidents involving transport documents transport of radioactive Transport Regulations Type A packages Type B(U United Nations number Uranium hexafluoride vehicle