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Occupational radiation exposure in Central and Eastern European countries

Occupational radiation exposure in Central and Eastern European countries

ESOREX East : proceedings of an introductory workshop held in Prague, September 24th-25th, 1998

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Published by Bundesamt für Strahlenschutz, Fachbereich Strahlenhygiene, Institut für Strahlenhygiene in Oberschleissheim .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • European Study of Occupational Radiation Exposure,
  • Nuclear facilities -- Safety measures -- Congresses.,
  • Occupational Exposure -- Europe, Eastern -- Congresses.,
  • Radiation -- Dosage -- Europe -- Congresses.,
  • Radiation Protection -- standards -- Europe, Eastern -- Congresses.,
  • Radiation workers -- Health and hygiene -- Europe -- Congresses.,
  • Radiometry -- Europe, Eastern -- Congresses.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementco-organised by Federal Office for Radiation Protection (BfS), Germany, State Office for Nuclear Safety (SUJB), Czech Republic ; [edited by] Gerhard Frasch, Ewgenja Anatschkowa, Karla Petrová.
    GenreCongresses.
    SeriesBfS-ISH -- 184/99, BfS-ISH-Berichte -- 184/99.
    ContributionsAnatschkowa, Ewgenja., Frasch, Gerhard, 1950-, Petrová, Karla., Czech Republic. State Office for Nuclear Safety., Germany. Bundesamt für Strahlenschutz.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsRC965.R25 O33 1999
    The Physical Object
    Pagination1 v. (various pagings) :
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL18588967M
    ISBN 103897012952

    1. Introduction. Despite their low occurrence, more than , rare cancers are diagnosed each year in Europe, corresponding to 22% of all cancers annually and one quarter of the total cancer l rare malignancies are now well known to be caused by occupational factors, such as pleural mesothelioma in asbestos workers,, nasopharyngeal carcinoma in wood workers or liver Cited by:   Occupational Exposure and Laryngeal and Hypopharyngeal Cancer Risk in Central and Eastern Europe Oxana Shangina Correspondence to Dr. Paul Brennan, Genetic Epidemiology Group, Genetics and Epidemiology Cluster, International Agency for Research on Cancer, cours Albert Thomas, Lyon, France (e-mail: [email protected]).Cited by:

    Global strategy on occupational health for all: The way to health at work Due to the major changes in social and economic systems in the heavily industrialized Countries of Central and Eastern Europe (CCEE), the infra-structures for occupational health have weakened during the past few years. In many developing countries the number one. @article{osti_, title = {Occupational exposure and laryngeal and hypopharyngeal cancer risk in central and eastern Europe}, author = {Shangina, O and Brennan, P and Szeszenia-Dabrowska, N and Mates, D and Fabianova, E and Fletcher, T and Mannetje, A and Boffetta, P and Zaridze, D}, abstractNote = {A multicenter case-control study was conducted during in four European.

    Restructuring S.S in central & eastern europe: Issa: Blackwell: Respiratory protection monograph services: Occupational ionising radiation exposure: Zimbabwestat: Canadian minerals year book * review outlook: Thompson G.E & Cathcart: Adverse health effects of occupational exposure to radiofrequency radiation in airport surveillance radar operators. Garaj-Vrhovac V. Micronucleus assay and lymphocyte mitotic activity in risk assessment of occupational exposure to microwave radiation. Chemosphere. Europe PubMed Central is a service of the Europe PMC Funders' Group.


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Occupational radiation exposure in Central and Eastern European countries Download PDF EPUB FB2

National monitoring of occupational radiation exposure in Europe faces several new chal-lenges. Occupational radiation protection was considerably intensified as well as extended by the adoption of the new basic safety standards in the Council Directive 96/29 EURATOM.

This resulted in a substantial reduction of the annual dose limit. On behalf of the European Commission, the BfS is currently executing a project entitled 'European Study of Occupational Radiation Exposure - ESOREX'.

The project consists of several surveys executed in the Member States of the European Union, furthermore in. The Radiation Exposure Monitoring System (REMS) database tracks occupational radiation exposures for all monitored DOE employees, contractors, subcontractors and members of the public.

Listed below are publications providing information regarding radiation protection and occupational, medical and natural radiation exposures. Solid fuel use in Central Europe, Eastern Europe, and Central Asia has declined from around 20% in to 10% in Indoor air pollution from use of solid fuel is estimated to cause about million deaths, including aboutlung cancer deaths, each year in low- and middle-income countries.

European Study on Occupational Radiation Exposures (ESOREX) – surveying changes in the personal doses after implementation of Dir 29/96 with new limits (ESOREX WEST, ESOREX EAST, ESOREX ,) ALARA – European ALARA network (EAN) Regional European and Central Asian ALARA Network (RECAN)File Size: KB.

ANNEX E: OCCUPATIONAL RADIATION EXPOSURES LWRs are installed in the United States and about 18% in France, with the remainder distributed among some 20 countries. Experience has shown significant differences between occupational exposures at PWRs and those at BWRs.

Each type is therefore considered Size: 2MB. acronym stands for “European Studies of Occupational Radiation Exposure”. One intention of the ESOREX surveys1 is to assemble national dose statistics of radiation workers in 28 Eastern and Western European States in order to give a comparable, descriptive overview.

In this paper, dose statistics for industrial radiography are presented. Under the terms of the Treaty establishing the European Atomic Energy Community, the Community, amongst other things, establishes uniform safety standards to protect the health of workers and of the general public against the dangers arising from ionizing Size: 2MB.

EUROPEAN COMMISSION RADIATION PROTECTION NO Technical Recommendations for Monitoring Individuals Occupationally Exposed to External Radiation Directorate-General for Energy and Transport Directorate H — Nuclear Energy Unit H.4 — Radiation Protection File Size: 1MB. Occupational radiation protection: protecting workers against exposure to ionizing radiation: proceedings of an International Conference on Occupational Radiation Protection: Protecting Workers against Exposure to Ionizing Radiation / organized by the International Atomic Energy Agency [et al] and held in Geneva, 26–30 August Occupational Cancer in Central European Countries.

to ionizing radiation %, and to carcinogens % of all workers exposed to risk factors. Cancers certified as occupational cancers are. Radiation exposure is generally considered something to be avoided unless it can be adequately justified.

As mentioned in Chapter 1, radiation at low doses (less than 50 millisievert [mSv]) has not been observed to have effects in r, because of the uncertainty surrounding the effects of low doses, most radiation protection philosophy presumes that even low doses of radiation may Author: Susan Thaul, Heather O'Maonaigh.

A multicenter case-control study was conducted during in four European countries (Poland, Romania, Russia, and Slovakia) to evaluate the role of occupational exposures in risk of. Occupational Radiation Protection in Interventional Radiology: A Joint Guideline of the Cardiovascular and Interventional Radiology Society of Europe and the Society of Interventional Radiology Donald L.

Miller, 1 Eliseo Vañó, 2 Gabriel Bartal, 3 Stephen Balter, 4 Robert Dixon, 5 Renato Padovani, 6 Beth Schueler, 7 John F. Cardella, 8. The countries of central Europe, including Poland, the Czech Republic, Slovakia, Hungary, Romania, and Bulgaria, suffer from environmental and occupational health problems created during the political system in place until the late s.

This situation is reflected by data on workplace exposure to hazardous by: International labour standards. NORMLEX Ratification of ILO conventions. Database on international labour standards.

Provides access to the latest information on ILO international labour standards on OSH (such as ratification information, reporting requirements, comments of the ILO's supervisory bodies, etc.). Occupational Radiation Exposure at NRC Licensed Facilities Thirty-Seventh Annual Report, NUREG PREVIOUS REPORTS IN SERIES WASH‑ A Compilation of Occupational Radiation Exposure from Light Water Cooled Nuclear Power Plants, ‑ EMF standards in Eastern European (EE) countries are traditionally based on the concept of protection against hazards or risks which are uncertain, but where the causal relationship with past exposures could be postulated with a considerable degree of : Stanislaw Szmigielski, Roman Kubacki.

High levels of RADIATION found across Europe including France and Germany baffling experts. A SPIKE in radiation has been detected across central Europe which has left scientists baffled as to the source. Wed, | UPDATED:Wed, Author: Matt Drake. The Directive integrates several directives on occupational and public exposure and radiation protection repealed in This summary focuses exclusively on occupational health and safety aspects of the Directive (i.e.

mostly on Chapter VI). The Directive is directly addressed to Member States that have to put in place national implementing ives. occupational radiation-safety standards, the adequacy of the regulatory system to enforce these standards, and the responsibilities of employers in conducting radiation-safety programs.

The system for establishing and implementing occupational radiation-safety standards today is essentially the same as that formulated in the Size: 73KB.The risk of cancer among physicians and other persons exposed to ionizing radiation in the workplace has been a subject of study since the s, when increased mortality from leukemia was reported among radiologists compared to mortality among other medical specialists (March ; Dublin and Spiegelman ).Exposure to carcinogens and work-related cancer: A review of assessment measures European Agency for Safety and Health at Work – EU-OSHA 1 Authors: Dr Lothar Lißner, Kooperationsstelle Hamburg IFE GmbH Mr Klaus Kuhl (task leader), Kooperationsstelle Hamburg IFE GmbH Dr Timo Kauppinen, Finnish Institute of Occupational Health.