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.
16-18 June 2020
Organised by the ETC Technical Centre in collaboration with EDF and ASN.
New! A special place will be given to Young RP Professionals (<35 years old). An “ISOE Young RP Professionals Award” will be attributed to promote young people whose works have been noted for their quality and originality.
> First Announcement & Call for Papers Submission deadline extended: 27 January 2020
> Registration Form (online registration)
(in case of problem with online registration, please contact us at the following address: email@example.com)
Contact: Lucie D'ASCENZO
The following publications are available:
Two new publications are available:
6-8 January 2020
Key West, USA
Organised by the North-American Technical Centre (NATC)
> Symposium registration (online registration)
22-24 October 2019
Organised by the IAEA Technical Centre (IAEA-TC)
The Symposium is hosted by the Nuclear and Radiation Safety Center.
> Registration Form Submission deadline: 31 August 2019
> Visa application form Submission deadline: 31 August 2019
Contact: Jizeng MA
The following documents have been posted
pdf ETC Information Sheet No. 61 (470 KB) (Public distribution)
folder Detailed answers (ISOE Members only)
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)
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.