Back to Basics: Radiation Safety Training

To begin training, some terminology must be covered (e.g., radioactivity, radiation, ionizing radiation, non-ionizing radiation, half-life, contamination, disintegrations per minute, etc.). Understanding the language of the nuclear world is an essential aspect in the workplace. In the first section of this training, the basic parts of the atom will be covered.

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The Latest Technology in Gas Analysis

Part II A of the Environmental Protection Act 1990 sets the minimum standard for contamination when land is redeveloped – as a minimum, sites must not qualify as contaminated land once they have been developed. The utilization of brownfield sites therefore necessitates environmental investigation work.

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MODIFYING REMOTE TECHNOLOGY FOR MAGNOX STORAGE POND

There are many decommissioning challenges remaining across the site at Sellafield where the use of remote technology is likely to be beneficial or even fundamental to successful delivery due to access constraints largely relating to radiological dose.

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CLOSING THE COMMUNICATIONS GAP: Making the Case for Maximum Public Participation in Radiological Monitoring

Few tasks offer greater challenges than that of communicating information to the public on issues related to the nuclear world.

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CORPORATE CONTROL OF RADIOACTIVE EFFLUENT AND ENVIRONMENTAL MONITORING PROGRAMS AND DATA

Deploying a centralized environmental management system in the Cloud offers opportunities for monitoring, analysis, and reporting of data.

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