Scientific and technical journal
ISSN 2587-9707
RuEn
-
Home Archive of journals 2020, 11 Radiation Safety in Radioactive Waste Management: Radiation Doses and Prospects for Regulatory Framework Development

RADIATION SAFETY IN RADIOACTIVE WASTE MANAGEMENT: RADIATION DOSES AND PROSPECTS FOR REGULATORY FRAMEWORK DEVELOPMENT

JOURNAL: 2020, 11, p. 6-16

AUTHOR: I.I. Linge

ANNOTATION:

Based on the evaluation of data on public exposure from various sources, the paper demonstrates that the contribution of nuclear power and nuclear industry into individual and total collective doses in Russia is minor compared to the exposure from natural radiation sources and medical treatment even in regions with sites run by Rosatom. The personnel are exposed to a level being considered common for the nuclear industry. Public exposure associated with the management of RW is practically absent with the same exposure levels being forecasted in the long run. Based on the above and considering the objectives for the USS RW development, the paper presents relevant proposals on further elaboration of basic radiation safety regulations: NRB, OSPORB and SPORO.

Keywords: radioactive waste, radiation safety, radioactive waste management, federal norms and regulations radiation safety standards


DOWNLOAD (EN) »
DOWNLOAD (RU) »


Linge I. I. Radiation Safety in Radioactive Waste Management: Radiation Doses and Prospects for Regulatory Framework Development. Radioactive Waste, 2020, no. 2 (11), pp. 6—16. (In Russian). DOI: 10.25283/2587-9707-2020-2-6-16.


© 2017-2022 Journal Radioactive waste
Certificate of state registration of mass media 77-70452