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  • IPEN-DOC 23677

    CARNEIRO, J.C.G.G. ; ALVES, A.S. ; SANCHES, M.P. ; RODRIGUES, D.L. ; LEVY, D.S. ; SORDI, G.M.A.A. . Basic characterization of a radioactive facility and evaluation of risk agents. In: CLEMENT, CHRISTOPHER (Ed.); VALENTIN, JACK (Ed.); OGINO, HARUYUKI (Ed.); FOOTE, DEVON (Ed.); REYJAL, JULIE (Ed.); OMAR-NAZIR, LAILA (Ed.) INTERNATIONAL CONGRESS OF THE INTERNATIONAL RADIATION PROTECTION ASSOCIATION, 14th, May 9-13, 2016, Cape Town, South Africa. Proceedings... The International Radiation Protection Association, 2016. p. 892-899.

    Abstract: This is an exploratory and descriptive study with qualitative and quantitative approaches to investigate the basic characterization of a Brazilian radioisotope production facility through ample knowledge of the workplace, workforce, task performed and identification of present risk agents in labor environment. The studied sample was composed by 102 workers distributed in eight work processes. Data were collected from April 2013 to July 2014 by applying questionnaire forms and complemented by interviews and observations. The descriptive statistical analysis included ANOVA test and non-parametric tests, among others. For the purpose of this study, there was adopted a significance level of 5% (p<0.05). The analysis of socio-demographic variables demonstrated that male gender predominated in total sample (74.5%) and the mean age of the workers was (51.8 ± 1.7) years. The largest percentage of the responders (70.6%) was technician-level workers. Regarding task-related exposure, there was considered that all groups presented the same exposure profile. At the workplace, there were identified 17 risk agents, including physical, chemical, biological, ergonomic and accident risks. The workforce was categorized into 3 risk groups according to relative frequency distribution of the occupational risks. Among the sixteen qualitative variables studied at the workplace, only three of them did not demonstrate relative frequency. The only variable that showed association with the three risk groups was the possibility of the contact with ionizing radiation. The study provided an overview of the perception of occupational risk at the facility. According to the results obtained by statistical analysis, most of the qualitative variables presented statistically significant association (p<0.001) related to the occurrence of occupational risks. Even though the workers may be potentially exposed to different risk agents, the ionizing radiation was the main physical risk factor observed in this facility.

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  • IPEN-DOC 27063

    SORDI, GIAN M. . Comments on the General IAEA Safety Requirements - Part 3 - and suggestions for the next publications. In: CLEMENT, CHRISTOPHER (Ed.); VALENTIN, JACK (Ed.); OGINO, HARUYUKI (Ed.); FOOTE, DEVON (Ed.); REYJAL, JULIE (Ed.); OMAR-NAZIR, LAILA (Ed.) INTERNATIONAL CONGRESS OF THE INTERNATIONAL RADIATION PROTECTION ASSOCIATION, 14th, May 9-13, 2016, Cape Town, South Africa. Proceedings... The International Radiation Protection Association, 2016. p. 381-383.

    Abstract: The international recommendations in question are described 52 requirements specified from chapter 2 to 5. The first chapter states that the number of fundamental safety principles has been increased form 3 to 10. To implement these requirments, the IAEA mentions 14 main parties but it is not clear which party is responsible for each of the fundamental safety principles. Chapter 2 presents 5 general requirements for protection and safety and makes it clear the responsibilities and competence of the government and regulatory body. ; but the responsibilities and competence of the other 12 principal parties reported in requeriment 4 are not clear. Chapter 3, which includes 37 requirements, is the most extensive and deals with planned exposure situations. Due to its extension, chapter 3 is left for a future paper, in case my comments are considered of some value by the principal parties involved. Chapter 4, with 4 requirements, deals with emergency exposure situations; and in chapter 5, the 6 requirements are about existing exposure situations. As to the requirements exposed in chapters 1, 2, 4 and 5 I have verified that the responsibilities and competence of the government and the regulatory body are clearly specified, which is not true for the other 12 principal parties. It is concerning this specific matter that I have made comments and suggestions. I also discuss the matters that are not under the responsibility of the radiological protection services but of other parties. Could the radiation protection service as a whole or in part be delegated to others, including the attributions of registrants or licensees?

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  • IPEN-DOC 27062

    SORDI, GIAN M. . Comments on the General IAEA Safety Requirements - Part 3 - and suggestions for the next publications. In: CLEMENT, CHRISTOPHER (Ed.); VALENTIN, JACK (Ed.); OGINO, HARUYUKI (Ed.); FOOTE, DEVON (Ed.); REYJAL, JULIE (Ed.); OMAR-NAZIR, LAILA (Ed.) INTERNATIONAL CONGRESS OF THE INTERNATIONAL RADIATION PROTECTION ASSOCIATION, 14th, May 9-13, 2016, Cape Town, South Africa. Proceedings... The International Radiation Protection Association, 2016. p. 298-303.

    Abstract: The international recommendations in question are described 52 requirements specified from chapter 2 to 5. The first chapter states that the number of fundamental safety principles has been increased form 3 to 10. To implement these requirments, the IAEA mentions 14 main parties but it is not clear which party is responsible for each of the fundamental safety principles. Chapter 2 presents 5 general requirements for protection and safety and makes it clear the responsibilities and competence of the government and regulatory body. ; but the responsibilities and competence of the other 12 principal parties reported in requeriment 4 are not clear. Chapter 3, which includes 37 requirements, is the most extensive and deals with planned exposure situations. Due to its extension, chapter 3 is left for a future paper, in case my comments are considered of some value by the principal parties involved. Chapter 4, with 4 requirements, deals with emergency exposure situations; and in chapter 5, the 6 requirements are about existing exposure situations. As to the requirements exposed in chapters 1, 2, 4 and 5 I have verified that the responsibilities and competence of the government and the regulatory body are clearly specified, which is not true for the other 12 principal parties. It is concerning this specific matter that I have made comments and suggestions. I also discuss the matters that are not under the responsibility of the radiological protection services but of other parties. Could the radiation protection service as a whole or in part be delegated to others, including the attributions of registrants or licensees?

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  • IPEN-DOC 23678

    LEVY, DENISE S. ; SORDI, GIAN M.A.A. ; RODRIGUES, DEMERVAL L. ; CARNEIRO, JANETE C.G. . Enhancing communication on Radiological Protection throughout Brazil. In: CLEMENT, CHRISTOPHER (Ed.); VALENTIN, JACK (Ed.); OGINO, HARUYUKI (Ed.); FOOTE, DEVON (Ed.); REYJAL, JULIE (Ed.); OMAR-NAZIR, LAILA (Ed.) INTERNATIONAL CONGRESS OF THE INTERNATIONAL RADIATION PROTECTION ASSOCIATION, 14th, May 9-13, 2016, Cape Town, South Africa. Proceedings... The International Radiation Protection Association, 2016. p. 284-290.

    Abstract: This paper focus on the potential value of Information and Communication Technologies (ICTs) to enhance communication on Radiological Protection throughout Brazil. The servers processing power added to the technology of relational databases allow to integrate information from different sources, enabling complex queries with reduced response time. It is our objective to provide radioactive facilities a complete repository for research, consultation and information on radiological protection in an integrated and efficient way. This webbased project works informatization of Radiological Protection Programs according to the positive tree published by AIEA in its Safety Series No. 102, the most generic and complete tree for an appropriate and effective radiation protection program. Up to this moment, the website counts on concepts, definitions and theory about optimization and monitoring procedures, interrelating information, currently scattered in various publications, in order to meet both Brazilian and international recommendations. The project involves not only the collection and interrelationship of existing information in the several publications, but also new approaches from some recommendations, such as potential exposures. Only few publications develop expressively the issue and, even though they provide fundamental theory, there is still lack of knowledge of failure probabilities, which currently constitutes a broad research field in radiological protection. This research proposes the development of fault trees and the analysis of different scenarios, suggesting paths to quantify probabilistically the occurrence of potential exposures, as well as probabilities to reach a certain level of dose. It is our target to complete the system in a near future, including other relevant issues, such as safe transport of radioactive materials, emergency response, radioactive waste management and decommissioning, among others. We believe the use of information technology for the radiological protection programs shall contribute greatly to provide information to Brazilian radioactive facilities throughout the country, spreading information to as many people as possible, minimizing geographic distances and stimulating communication and development.

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  • IPEN-DOC 27060

    SAHYUN, ADELIA ; GHOBRIL, CARLOS N.; PEREZ, CLARICE F.; SORDI, GIAN M. . Some suggestions to adequate the IAEA Safety Standards Series No. 49 according to the General Safety Requirements Part 3 from IAEA. In: CLEMENT, CHRISTOPHER (Ed.); VALENTIN, JACK (Ed.); OGINO, HARUYUKI (Ed.); FOOTE, DEVON (Ed.); REYJAL, JULIE (Ed.); OMAR-NAZIR, LAILA (Ed.) INTERNATIONAL CONGRESS OF THE INTERNATIONAL RADIATION PROTECTION ASSOCIATION, 14th, May 9-13, 2016, Cape Town, South Africa. Proceedings... The International Radiation Protection Association, 2016. p. 224-227.

    Abstract: At that time of publication SSR49 two exposure situations were considered, namely: practices and interventions, with Naturally Occuring Radioactive Material (NORM) being considered as intervention exposures but acknowledging that some natural sources can have exposures resulting from practices. In the Ba sic Safety Standards (BSS) the exposure situations have been categorised as planned, emergency and existing. These three situations necessitate an update of SSR No.49 since NORM fits in the existing situation, i.e one in which the doses already exist and should be reduced. To reduce the doses will create radioactive waste that must be either treated or stored. This scenario raises a problem of defining the dividing line between existing and planned situations. The point of transistion from one situation to the other needs to be clarified in order to establish the necessary controls for an existing situation whilst providing the necessary controls needed for the planned situation. For the latter planned situation several questions arise as to whether certain requirements can be exempted and under what circumstances. This paper will examine what the authors consider most important in more detail with some suggestions made for further consideration.

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  • IPEN-DOC 27036

    PEREZ, CLARICE F.A.; SAHYUN, ADELIA ; FREITAS, KENIA A.M.. Study on the protection planning actions and response to nuclear or radiological emergency. In: CLEMENT, CHRISTOPHER (Ed.); VALENTIN, JACK (Ed.); OGINO, HARUYUKI (Ed.); FOOTE, DEVON (Ed.); REYJAL, JULIE (Ed.); OMAR-NAZIR, LAILA (Ed.) INTERNATIONAL CONGRESS OF THE INTERNATIONAL RADIATION PROTECTION ASSOCIATION, 14th, May 9-13, 2016, Cape Town, South Africa. Proceedings... The International Radiation Protection Association, 2016. p. 1783-1787.

    Abstract: Nuclear or Radiological emergencies can have as a consequence the rise of Deterministic effects, in the population involved, and/or Stochastic effects due to their doses. In these situations, protective actions need to be done in order to keep the doses in the affected population below the levels of deterministic effects and protective actions that might reduce the risk of stochastic effects should be adopted, minimizing the doses to reasonably achievable levels. This work presents a comparative study between the publication of IAEA Safety Series 109 and the document of the International Atomic Energy Agency GSG-2 "Criteria for Use in Preparedness and Response for a Nuclear or Radiological Emergency" regarding the effective dose value system to be used as a basis to trigger protection actions in the Planning and Response to Nuclear or Radiological Emergencies that can reduce the risk of stochastic effects.

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