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[Webbsidor] 1. DosReg gives health and medical services tools for averting unnecessary radiation doses   [Web page]
The Swedish Radiation Safety Authority"s new web tool, DosReg, will aid health and medical services in optimising their radiological examinations. The medical care sector is under a regulatory requirement to optimise examination methods to keep radiation ...
[Webbsidor] 2. The EU"s amended nuclear safety directive implemented in Sweden   [Web page]
The amended Directive concerning nuclear safety is now implemented in Sweden in the form of amendments made to both the Act and Ordinance on Nuclear Activities, in addition to through changes made to the Swedish Radiation Safety Authority"s regulations. ...
[Webbsidor] 3. Direct laser scanning of audiences should always be avoided   [Web page]
den 26 juni 2017 Exposing concert and other audiences to direct beams or scanning effects from lasers risks causing eye injuries among the onlookers. For this reason, radiation safety authorities of the Nordic countries-Iceland, Norway, Sweden, Finland ...
[Webbsidor] 4. Report on dismantling of nuclear reactors submitted to the Swedish Government   [Web page]
According to Article 37 of the Euratom Treaty, member states are for example required to provide information to the European Commission when nuclear reactors are to be dismantled and demolished. In order to meet the requirements, the Swedish Radiation ...
[Webbsidor] 5. Planning for environmental and radiation safety work internationally now reported to the Swedish Government   [Web page]
The Swedish Radiation Safety Authority, SSM, has proposed in a report to the Ministry of the Environment and Energy that several projects be carried out in the Russian Federation and Eastern Europe in the fields of nuclear safety and radiation protection. ...
[Webbsidor] 6. Nordic unity: Greater availability of shaded areas needed for children   [Web page]
Radiation safety authorities in the Nordic countries have issued a joint statement recommending that municipal authorities and urban planners develop and design healthy outdoor environments offering shaded areas for children and teenagers. The background ...
[Webbsidor] 7. International team of experts gives good marks to the Swedish legislative and regulatory framework for protection of nuclear facilities and transport   [Web page]
The Swedish framework for physical protection and computer security at nuclear power plants, other nuclear facilities and for nuclear material in transport continues to show good progress. This is the conclusion of a report submitted by a team of experts ...
[Webbsidor] 8. Review of Sweden"s seventh national report   [Web page]
On Friday 31 March, Sweden"s seventh national report on compliance with the Convention on Nuclear Safety (CNS) was reviewed by other countries that have ratified the Convention. The Swedish Radiation Safety Authority and industry representatives are ...
[Webbsidor] 9. SSM recommends approval of nuclear power industry"s research and development programme   [Web page]
The nuclear power industry"s research and development programme for management of waste from nuclear power plants fulfils statutory requirements. Moreover, SKB and the licensees of nuclear power reactors have complied with the requirements imposed by ...
[Webbsidor] 10. Swedish Radiation Safety Authority contributes to raising the level of nuclear safety and radiation protection internationally   [Web page]
In 2016, the Swedish Radiation Safety Authority ran 44 projects for the purpose of raising the level of nuclear safety and improving radiation protection regimes in Ukraine, the Russian Federation, Belarus and Moldova. These projects, part of an assignment ...