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Following description of radiation interaction with matter, principles of detection and definition of dosimetric quantities, biological effects of radiation are described. External and internal exposure to radiation are discussed, including specifics of radiation protection in nuclear installations. International recommendations and IAEA Safety standards for radiation protection are summarised in separate chapter. In the last chapter, environmental monitoring, exposure pathways, assessment of doses, and monitoring in emergencies are discussed.
Case studies are 16 exercises that the trainees can work on individually. There are also 24 multiple choice questions that the lecturer can use for the weekly exam.
Textbook contains 96 pages, and there are 202 transparencies (as for Module I, there is only one version of transparencies).
Nuclear Physics and Nuclear Reactor Principles
Radiation Protection in Nuclear Facilities
Basic Principles of Nuclear Safety
Design of Nuclear Reactor
Safety Classification of Structures, Systems and Components
Deterministic safety Assessment
Probabilistic Safety Assessment
Integrated risk informed decision making
Siting considerations and Environmental Impact Assessment
Operational safety including operational feedback
Operational Limits and Conditions
Plant Renewals, Modifications and Upgrades, Ageing
In-plant Accident Management
Emergency Preparedness and Response
Nuclear Fuel Cycle
Management System, Leadership and Safety Culture