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Training course to share experience

The U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) National Nuclear Security Administration (NNSA) Global Threat Reduction Initiative (GTRI) is partnering with Lithuania’s Ministry of Health, Radiation Protection Center to bring training and equipment to Lithuania to secure radiological materials.
European Commission formulated the recommendations for estimating population doses from medical X–Ray procedures

The need to know the distribution of patient doses from medical procedures in the European Union is especially urgent today, when the newer high–dose techniques are quickly developing and are becoming widely available to the patients.
Radiation protection centre organizes seminar in Utena

Radiation protection centre organizes seminar for civil safety, fire and rescue specialists, ecologists and other personnel responsible for radiological emergency prevention of Utena County
The new order on the offering data to the State register of ionising radiation sources and occupational exposure has been approved

Radiation protection centre would like to inform that the new order on offering the data about ionising radiation sources and workers dealing with ionising radiation sources to the State register of ionising radiation sources and occupational exposure has been approved.
Regional training course on Assessment of occupational exposure due to intakes of radionuclides is set in Vilnius on 31 August - 11 September 2009

   Regional training course on assessment of occupational exposure due to intakes of radionuclides is set in Vilnius on 31 August - 11 September. Courses are held under the auspices of the IAEA in cooperation with the Radiation Protection Centre in the framework of IAEA technical cooperation project "Strengthening of national infrastructures for radiation safety of workers and monitoring of occupational exposure»
New book was published “Radon and natural exposure”, prepared by Morkūnas G., Pilkytė L., Ladygienė R. and Gricienė B.

Important problems of natural exposure and protection from it are discussed in the book.
Quality management system

 RSC was certificated on April 2009 by JSC “Uolektis” auditors, who are representing institution of certification of Federal Republic of Germany “TUV CERT” for the “State radiation supervision and control, assessment of public exposure and expertise. Training on radiation protection”.
Seminar for medical stuff on emergency preparedness and response in regard to European Commission recommendations in the radiological accident management field presented in new-issued Handbook on radiological accident management

Aspiring to improve preparedness of responsible official bodies on a case of radiological accident, the Radiation protection centre has developed a cycle of the seminars intended for deepening knowledge and improving skills of workers and officers involved in emergency situations management in field of preparedness and response in case of radiological accident. These seminars contain the review of European Commission recommendations stated in the new-issued handbook on radiological accident management.
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Kalvarijų 153,
LT-08352, Vilnius

ph. +370 5 236 19 36
fax +370 5 276 36 33
Kilus bet kokiems su darbuotojų, gyventojų, pacientų radiacine sauga susijusiems klausimams, prašome kreiptis į Radiacinės saugos centrą. Atsakome į klausimus bei konsultuojame:

Vilniuje, Kalvarijų g. 153, pirmadieniais ir trečiadieniais 8.00 – 17.00 val., antradieniais ir ketvirtadieniais 7.00 – 17.00 val., penktadieniais 8.00 – 15.45 val. (pietų pertrauka 12.00 – 12.45 val.) tel. (8 5) 236 1936 arba el. paštu;

Kaune, Aušros g. 44, darbo valandomis tel. +370 608 06187 arba el. paštu;

Klaipėdoje, Bijūnų g. 6, darbo valandomis tel. +370 608 06185 arba el. paštu;

Šiauliuose, Vilniaus g. 229, darbo valandomis tel. +370 608 06198 arba el. paštu

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