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TRAINING ON RADIATION AND PHYSICAL PROTECTION

 

ABOUT DIVISION

   Division of Emergency Management and Training coordinates, organizes and implements training courses for radiation protection officers, physical protection officers and workers dealing with sources of ionizing radiation, state administrative persons working in the field of accident management, for state officers, Radiation Protection Centre (hereafter – RSC) personnel, foreign specialists, students and public regarding radiation protection and preparedness for radiological emergency as well refresh of qualification.

 

ACTIVITY

   In compliance with the requirements of the Lithuanian legislation, the undertaking must ensure that radiation protection officers and exposed workers would be trained in radiation protection, also exposed workers working with radioactive sources of risk categories I–III and physical protection officers would be trained in physical protection of radioactive sources (hereafter – physical protection), before starting to work with sources and periodically retrained every five years. The Lithuanian system on radiation and physical protection training meets the needs of the country, and the developed infrastructure complies with the international requirements.


Radiation and physical protection training

   While supervising radiation protection and physical protection training, RSC reconciled new training programs drafted by institutions implementing radiation protection and physical protection training, chaired the commissions in assessing knowledge in radiation protection and (or) physical protection, and administered the database of radiation and physical protection certificates.


Radiation and physical protection training

   Actively promoting knowledge in radiation protection, RSC organized conferences and workshops, collaborated with international organizations, fostered the participation of specialists in different training and events for qualification improvement, together with administration of municipalities organized meetings with residents.

 

   To commemorate the 33rd anniversary of the accident at the Chernobyl nuclear power plant, a conference “Emergency Preparedness and Radiation Protection Challenges” was organized in cooperation with the Lithuanian Radiation Protection Society. 


Radiation and physical protection training
Radiation and physical protection training

Conference “Emergency Preparedness and Radiation Protection Challenges”

                                                                                                     

   RSC specialists performed sightseeing tours for schoolchildren and students, organized seminars and trainings for workers and radiation protection officers, public health specialists. RSC specialists made presentations and participated in other events (in schoolchildren conference “Antiatom Spring”, in meetings with members of Vilnius Rehabilitation Centre of Deaf, administration of Vilnius city municipality, in training on radiation protection of employees from State Security Department of Lithuania and officials of the Dignitary Protection Department, etc.) as well.


Radiation and physical protection training
Radiation and physical protection training
Radiation and physical protection training

Moments of organized seminars and meetings with residents

 

   Two International Atomic Energy Agency (hereafter – IAEA) regional workshops were hosted: “Regional Workshop on Building National Cooperation and Coordination of the Regulatory Body and Authorities Responsible for Safety” and “Regional Workshop on Development of Radon Maps and the Definition of Radon-Prone Areas”, which were attended by more than 50 radiation protection specialists from foreign countries.


Radiation and physical protection training
Radiation and physical protection training

Moments of workshops organized in cooperation with the IAEA

 

ATTESTATION OF PERSONS SEEKING TO HAVE RIGHT TO TRAIN ON RADIATION PROTECTION AND (OR) PHYSICAL PROTECTION


Radiation and physical protection training

   Only competent lecturers, who have a valid certificate in training on radiation and (or) physical protection, can provide theoretical and practical training at institutions, that give training on radiation and physical protection of radioactive sources.

 

   In 2019, two meetings of the Attestation Commission took place. The members of the Attestation Commission evaluated the applications submitted by persons wishing to train in radiation and (or) physical protection areas and assessed their knowledge. The Attestation Commission certified three new lecturers and gave them the right to train on radiation protection and for four new lecturers – to train on physical protection.


Radiation and physical protection training
Radiation and physical protection training

Moments of meetings of the Attestation Commission

 

Last updated 21 July 2020

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