The Information System on Occupational Exposure (ISOE) System was created in 1992 to provide a forum for radiation protection professionals from nuclear electricity utilities and national regulatory authorities worldwide to share dose reduction information, operational experience and information to improve the optimisation of radiological protection at nuclear power plants.
ISOE is jointly sponsored by the OECD Nuclear Energy Agency and the International Atomic Energy Agency.
Documents presented during the following ISOE Meetings have been posted
folder ISOE Management Board, Nov. 9-10, 2017 (ISOE Members only)
folder Working Group on Data Analysis (WGDA), Nov. 7, 2017 (ISOE Members only)
8-10 January 2018
Fort Lauderdale, USA
Organised by the North-American Technical Centre (NATC)
26-28 June 2018
Organised by the European Technical Centre (ETC)
> First Announcement & Call for Papers (abstract submission deadline: 29 December, 2017)
Contact: Lucie D'ASCENZO
The Youth Club of the French Society for Radiation Protection (SFRP) and the Rising Generation Group of United Kingdom Society for Radiation Protection (SRP) have elaborated a survey intended for the young generation in radiation protection.
The objective is to get a picture of the young radiation protection generation as of today: where it comes from, where it is today and what does it wish for tomorrow?
The survey is dedicated to the “young” radiation protection professional and scientists, i.e. less than 35 years old (or less than 10 years of work in radiation protection).
It is online at the following link.
N.B. Survey will be closed 31 December 2017 and the results made available on the SFRP and SFR websites.
For any information, please contact Sylvain Andresz: firstname.lastname@example.org
Two new publications are now available:
The pdf ISOE Strategic Programme Plan (2016-2019) (335 KB) provides an overview of the direction of the ISOE Programme in order to fulfill its mission as a leading network in operational radiation protection (ORP) at Nuclear Power Plants. The specific activities to be undertaken in meeting programmatic goals, and the procedures to be used, are also described.