For a society safe from harmful effects of radiation
We work proactively and preventively with nuclear safety, radiation protection, nuclear security, and nuclear non-proliferation to protect people and the environment from the harmful effects of radiation, now and in the future.About us
International radiation safety course in Stockholm gives participants practical knowledge
With radiation protection experts from all over the world and a focus on practical exercises and case studies, International Radiological Protection School (IRPS) gives professionals from over 20 different countries the opportunity for increased understanding of international radiation protection issues.
Swedish Radiation Safety Authority submits proposals for existing and future nuclear power
The Swedish Radiation Safety Authority (SSM) has today finalized the assignment from the government to investigate how laws, regulations and other measures can be developed for existing and future nuclear power.
International peer review of Sweden’s management of radioactive waste completed
An international team of experts has carried out a peer review of how well Sweden lives up to international guidelines regarding the national framework for management of radioactive waste and spent nuclear fuel. The report with the expert team’s conclusions has now been approved for publication by the International Atomic Energy Agency.
- 2023:14 Effect of gamma-irradiation on the redox states of the structural iron in bentonite clay
- 2023:05e Radiological Consequences of Fallout from Nuclear Explosions
- 2023:13 TPR 2023 Fire Protection Swedish National Assessment Report
- 2023:12 Investigation of the limits of detection for specific radionuclides in soil from the European Spallation Source (ESS) using radiometric and mass spectrometric methods
- 2023:11 Study of degradation of spent fuel’s structural material and core components under long-term wet storage