in February The joint sponsors are EC, FAO, IAEA, ILO, OECD/NEA, PAHO, UNEP, and WHO. The BSS will be published in all the. the publications in the IAEA Safety Series are grouped as follows: SAFETY SERIES No. INTERNATIONAL. BASIC SAFETY STANDARDS. IAEA Safety Series No. The purpose of the Standards is to establish basic requirements for protection against the risks associated with exposure to ionizing .
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Published by Theodore Leonard Modified over 3 years ago. Aiea Background Objective Scope Structure Includes explanatory text on system of protection and safety, types of exposure situation, dose constraints and reference levels, protection of the environment, quantities and units Revision BSS – Draft 1. General Requirements for Protection and Safety Responsibilities of government Responsibilities of regulatory body Principal parties Management requirements Implementation of radiation protection principles Contains requirements that apply to all types of exposure situations Revision BSS – Draft 1.
Planned Exposure Situations Scope Generic requirements Occupational exposure Public exposure Medical exposure Generic requirements include administrative requirements for notification and authorization, exemption and clearance, application of the system of protection and safety including justification, optimization, and dose limitation, and justification and regulatory control of non-medical imaging.
Revision BSS – Draft 1. Exemption and Clearance Schedule II: Dose limits for planned exposure situations Schedule III: Criteria for use in emergency preparedness and response Schedule IV: Issue about whether the levels in the current BSS are still required.
Nuclear Safety & Security
Scope The requirements for occupational exposure in planned exposure situations given in paras 3. In the case of exposure to natural sources, such requirements apply, as appropriate, only to the occupational exposures specified in para. Engineered controls, Administrative controls, Personal protective equipment. For occupational exposure of workers over the age of 18 years, the dose limits are: For occupational exposure of apprentices of 16 to 18 years of age who are training for employment involving exposure to radiation and of students of age 16 to 18 who are required to use sources in the course of their studies, the dose limits are: Skin dose also contributes to the effective dose, this contribution being the average dose to the entire skin multiplied by the tissue bxs factor for the skin.
Basic Concepts and Definitions Day 8 — Lecture 5 2. Role and Structure of Regulations Day 8 — Lecture 5 1.
Revision of the Basic Safety Standards
Generic requirements for emergency exposure situations Lesson IX. My presentations Profile Feedback Log out.