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Strengthening Occupational Radiation Protection in Argentina

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Etiquetas

  • medicina nuclear
  • pacientes
  • proteccion contra las radiaciones
  • exposicion ocupacional
  • america latina
  • arn argentina
  • obreros
  • cultura de seguridad

Datos

Origen

Argentina

Idioma

Inglés

Organización

ARN (Argentina)

Autor

Puerta Yepes, N.; Di Giorgio, M.; Gossio, S.; Vidal, D.; Castro, L.; López, F.; Canoba, A.

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Descripción

The RLA 9075 IAEA project was created with the objective of strengthening, in Latin America, an adequate infrastructure for end-users that allows promoting compliance of

requirements and regulations for radiation protection of workers and patients, as well as the implementation of national education and training strategies. In Argentina, the project was separated in two parts constituted by both the radiation protection in occupational exposures and patient exposures. In the occupational radiation protection area, specific

objectives were proposed related to topics that were identified of interest among the Nuclear Regulatory Authority’s (ARN, acronym in Spanish) controlled installations. The specific objectives were oriented to achieve the optimization of protection program and promotion of safety culture in nuclear medicine, in industrial application, in NORM and radon and strengthening monitoring services. Women in Nuclear. San Carlos de Bariloche, Argentina, 11 al 17 de marzo de 2018