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    For many years, the RSC promotes public awareness of radiation protection issues. 99 press releases were made on the RSC website and other media channels that reviewed the status of radiation protection, informed on issues regarding the protection of public and the environment from the harmful effects of ionizing radiation and unjustified exposure, on events organized and other topics, in 2019.

   In order to make the public more aware of the activities carried out to ensure public health from the possible effects of ionizing radiation, the electronic publication “Annual Report 2018 of the Radiation Protection Center” was published, which presents the most important work done and achievements in various fields. An information leaflet on iodine thyroid blocking has also been prepared in four languages (Lithuanian, Polish, Russian and English).

   In May, together with representatives from Health Ministry institutions, RSC participated in the Europe Day celebration held in Vilnius, Lukiškės Square. The quests of the Europe Day celebration were acquainted with the activities of the RSC. Household items brought by the quests were measured with dosimetric equipment and the publications issued by the RSC on various topics of radiation protection were distributed.


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   In order to inform the residents about the impact of the Lithuanian nuclear installations on the safety of public and environment, in October and November, RSC in cooperation with the State Nuclear Power Safety Inspectorate (hereinafter – VATESI) organized meetings with the residents of municipalities of Ignalina and Zarasai districts and Visaginas city. 

   During the meetings with the residents and representatives of the municipalities, the RSC specialists made presentations explaining issues on exposure of the Lithuanian population from all possible sources of exposure. Specialists of the RSC and VATESI answered the questions asked by the residents; publications issued by the RSC on preparedness for nuclear accidents were distributed as well.


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Meetings with the residents of municipalities of Ignalina and Zarasai districts and Visaginas city

 

    RSC specialists gave interviews on radio and TV on various radiation protection topics. The main topics were: l the possible impact due to the commissioning of the Belarusian NPP to the health and environment of the Lithuanian population, l preparedness for nuclear and radiological accident, l iodine thyroid blocking, l possibility of contamination of Lithuanian drinking water supply resources with radioactive materials, l potential danger of excursions to the Chernobyl NPP zone, l levels of radioactive contamination of forest mushrooms and berries, l exposure due to indoor radon etc. 

   RSC specialists regularly prepare scientific articles, which are published in both foreign and Lithuanian specialized issues. 

   In order to maintain feedback with the public and to improve the quality of services provided, a survey of service users was made. Analysis of answers of survey and suggestions, remarks and comments made by respondents showed that the majority of respondents rated the RSC activities and the quality of services provided as very good and good. 

 

Last update: 17 July 2020


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