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Radiation Protection Center co-operates with the US Department of Energy

    On September 19, Radiation Protection Center (RPC) together with Los Alamos National Laboratory of the United States represented by a team leader Mr. Leonard Manzanares and an assistant Mr. James Cole organized training sessions on interactive RAILS training tool. This tool trains to detect ionizing radiation sources (hereinafter – sources) and identify radionuclides contained in them as well as to manage sources safely. Specialists from the RPC, Radioactive Waste Management Agency (RATA), Firefighters' School and the State Border Guard Service participated in this training.


    US specialists together with RPC and RATA representatives also took part in a workshop on the operation of radiological detection equipment and troubleshooting hosted by RPC on September 20.


    RPC successfully cooperates with US competent authorities on different radiation protection issues. Cooperation mostly focused on the assurance of safety and security of sources. Number of training courses on search and detection of sources has been organized together with the US authorities. The US government provided for these trainings various measurement equipment, which has later been transferred to the RPC and other Lithuanian institutions.

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