Comments to the draft report can be sent (online) until March 1, 2019. The document is available at http://www.icrp.org/consultations.asp
Comments to the draft report can be sent (online) until February 22, 2019. The document is available at http://www.icrp.org/consultations.asp
The EC has just approved the Deliverable “D 9.74 – TERRITORIES Workshop on: Multidisciplinary forum to discuss the scientific basis for reducing uncertainties and improving risk assessment”.
The TERRITORIES project has launched two types of scholarships:
- Specific scholarships for trainees (students and early career scientists) not involved in TERRITORIES, to go to the 2019 Oxford workshop (https://territories.eu/workshops). More details and application form on:https://territories.eu/scholarships/oxford
- General scholarhips for scientists (including those involved in TERRITORIES) to engage in activities which support the TERRITORIES objectives. More details and application form on: https://territories.eu/scholarships/general
The International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) has recently published the following Safety Standards Series Reports:
- IAEA Safety Standards Series No. GSG-8, Radiation Protection of the Public and the Environment;
- IAEA Safety Standards Series No. GSG-9, Regulatory Control of Radioactive Discharges to the Environment;
- IAEA Safety Standards Series No. GSG-10, Prospective Radiological Environmental Impact Assessment for Facilities and Activities
The recommendations provided in these three Safety Guides, together with the requirements of IAEA General Safety Requirements( GSR Part 3), provide a basis for including environmental considerations in the assessment and management of radioactive releases.
The documents can be downloaded at: https://www.iaea.org/newscenter/news/three-new-iaea-safety-guides-on-radiation-protection-available
The training course Use of uncertain information by decision makers at the various levels within the decision making process and its communication, will take place 13-15 May 2019 in Trnava (Slovak Republic). You can find more information about the course in the NERIS website (https://eu-neris.net/).
While there is no registration fee, training course participation is limited to a maximum of 24 participants. Pre-registerers are accepted for final registration. Priority will be given to participants from E.U. countries working in the domain of nuclear or radiological emergency and recovery management. You can register with the following link or with the link provided on the NERIS website
You can pre-register at: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSeMuaXvDfNBiCs_PnYQ8_1T1kx3c5Ne6FmDylCdJHeO0to3Uw/viewform
Our colleague Danyl Pérez-Sánchez (CIEMAT), has presented the Spanish Huelva Site case study of long-lasting NORM exposure situation, in the 3rd Technical Meeting of the MODARIA II programme (22 to 25 October 2018, IAEA, Vienna).
The presentation will be available soon in the TERRITORIES webpage (https://territories.eu/dissemination)
The first version of the programme for the TERRITORIES workshop on Assessing risks from radioactive legacy sites and how to better present uncertain information, is now available.
The workshop will be held 19-20 March 2019, at Queen’s College (Oxford, UK), but TERRITORIES scientists are invited to BOOK THE WHOLE WEEK to participate in the other TERRITORIES events that will take place in Oxford:
- Monday morning (18 March 2019): WP1 Satellite meeting (By invitation only)
- Monday afternoon (18 March 2019): WP2 Satellite meeting (with optional detailed WP1 satellite discussions in parallel) (By invitation only)
- Tuesday morning (19 March 2019): WP3 Satellite meeting (By invitation only)
- Tuesday afternoon (19 March 2019): Workshop
- Tuesday afternoon (19 March 2019), after the workshop: WP4 satellite meeting (By invitation only)
- Wednesday full day (20 March 2019): Workshop
- Thursday-Friday (21-22 March 2019): Annual Meeting + MB meeting (By invitation only)
EJP-CONCERT has published the issue 31 (October 2018) of the AIR² Bulletin on infrastructures. Prof. Jordi Vives i Batlle, member of TERRITORIES, will introduce you to BRENDA (Effects of biological radiation for the evaluation of non-human doses).
The TERRITORIES project is pleased to announce the availability of travel scholarships. Currently, there are 5,000 euros available for travel scholarships. All the details are available in https://territories.eu/scholarships