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       For many years, the RSC promotes public awareness of radiation protection issues. In 2017, 90 news releases were published on the RSC website and other media (15 of them also appeared in BNS news agency press center) that reviewed the status of radiation protection and its changes, the protection of public and the environment from the harmful effects of ionizing radiation and unjustified exposure, news and other events.


     RSC published different brochures, leaflets and posters on radiation protection issues. In order to introduce the public to the activities of the RSC more broadly, there were published issue “The Radiation Protection Centre – 20 years activity” covering main achievements of the RSC in various fields of activity and poster “Radiation Protection Centre” representing the main areas of the RSC activity. The newsletter “Radiation protection” overviewed the radiation protection requirements and current issues in the veterinary as well as the possible impact of the Belarus NPP on the population and the environment of Lithuania.


     Particular attention has been paid to overview the medical exposure issues. Two brochures “Justification of medical exposure” intended for professionals and patients separately were prepared. In addition, the publication ”Radiation protection in nuclear medicine” was published to introduce readers to the biological effects of ionizing radiation, radiopharmaceuticals containing radionuclides used for treatment and diagnostics, nuclear medicine procedures, equipment, requirements for the protection of workers, patients and their relatives, etc.


     A new edition of few RSC publications has been prepared. There were updated brochures “What do I need to know about preparedness to a nuclear accident?”, “Occupational exposure monitoring”, “Ionizing radiation” discussing types of ionizing radiation, the uses of ionizing radiation, the impact on human health, the peculiarities of evaluating occupational exposure, the protection against external and internal radiation and what to do in the case of an accident. Two IAEA posters “Radiation protection of workers dealing with unsealed sources of ionizing radiation” and “Radiation protection of workers working with gauges” have been translated into the Lithuanian, published and distributed among ASPĮ and operators.


     The RSC specialists, attending radio and television broadcasts, gave a lot of interviews, introduced the RSC activities, informed public on medical exposure, public exposure from environment, possible impact of the Belarus NPP on the Lithuania public health and the environment, indoor and environmental radon and its decay products impact on the public health. RSC together with VSB has been organizing meetings with residents to discuss harmful effects of ionizing radiation.


    In order to maintain feedback and ensure the quality of provided services, RSC conducted a users’ survey. The answers, comments and recommendations received from respondents, revealed, that RSC activities and quality of provided services mostly has been rating as good or very good.


Last update: 29 June 2018

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