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RSC specialists organized meetings with representatives of municipalities and the National Public Health Surveillance Laboratory. A meeting on the possible accident at the Belarus NPP was organized with the representatives of the Vilnius district municipality. RSC assisted to the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and the Ministry of the Environment in assessing the possible radiological impact of the Belarus NPP on the Lithuania population, when they worked with the Espoo Convention Implementation Committee and other EU institutions, RSC specialist were involved in the working group on monitoring of spent fuel and radioactive waste management. Besides, the agreement on cooperation between RATA and RSC has been signed in 2017.




ESPOO CONVENTION. RSC attended the 7th Meeting of the Parties to the Convention on Environmental Impact Assessment in a Transboundary Context (ESPOO convention) and the 3rd Meeting of the Parties to the Protocol on Strategic Environmental Assessment of the Espoo Convention, which were held in Minsk. During these meetings, special attention was paid to the Belarus NPP built in Belarus and its possible radiological impact on neighboring countries.


IAEA. In cooperation with the IAEA, the regional and national technical cooperation and coordinated research projects had been implementing. RSC representatives participated in the Seventh Review Meeting of the Contracting Parties to the Convention on Nuclear Safety. In addition, RSC specialists, as experts, were involved in the IAEA's missions on assessment of radiation protection infrastructure in other countries.


ESOREX. The EC initiated in 1997 the European Study on Occupational Radiation Exposure (hereinafter – ESOREX) intended to provide the EC and the national competent radiation protection authorities with reliable information on arrangement of occupational monitoring, reporting and recording of dosimetric results in European countries as well as to collect reliable and directly comparable data on individual and collective occupational exposure. In order to facilitate the data collection, French Institute of Radiological Protection and Nuclear Safety (IRSN) have developed ESOREX platform. RSC specialists annually submit through this platform results on occupational exposure monitoring, information regarding Lithuanian system for registration and storage of monitoring data as well as individual and collective doses to radiation workers in all occupational sectors. Information on the existing occupational exposure monitoring systems and doses of occupational exposure in Lithuania and other EU countries can be found on the ESOREX website at


GROUP OF EXPERTS ESTABLISHED UNDER THE ARTICLE 31 OF THE EURATOM TREATY. RSC specialists participated in the Expert Group meetings and together with representatives of other countries discussed issues regarding transposition into the national legislation and implementation of Basic Safety Standards for Protection against Ionizing Radiation (BSS) laid down in Council Directive. RSC representative also atteneded the EU scientific seminar “Epigenetic effects – potential impact on radiation protection” organized by the group of scientific experts referred to in Article 31 of the Euratom Treaty.



RSC specialists are involved in the activities of the Heads of the European Radiological Protection Competent Authorities (hereinafter – HERCA) board and working groups, provide recommendations and remarks on the documents developed by these working groups. RSC had been analyzing and providing comments on HERCA developed Guidelines on radiation protection education and training of veterinary professionals as well as Position paper on accidental and unintended medical exposures.

Last update 28/02/2019

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