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2008-03-15
Director of Radiation Protection Centre appointed as a member of Radiation Safety Standards Committee of International Atomic Energy Agency

 
2008-03-05
Cooperation agreement signed between Radiation Protection Centre and Fire Prevention and Rescue Department under the Ministry of the Interior Fire Fighters Rescuers Training school


 
2008-02-11
Implementation of the project related with a possible impact of Ignalina NPP on humans and environment during NPP operation and decommissioning
2008-02-11
Co-operation of Lithuania and Ukraine in radiation protection

 
2007-07-20
The increased amount of radioactivity in members of public has not been detected

Radiation Protection Centre (RPC) investigated the radioactivity of members of public. The measurements of concentrations of gamma radionuclides in human body have been performed using whole body counter. K-40 was detected in all investigated persons. Activity of K-40 in males ranged from 1.9 to 5.8kBq with average of (3.7±1.0) kBq), in females - from 1.1 to 4.3kBq with average of (2.5±0.74) kBq. Out of 203 investigated subjects only three showed negligible activities of Cs-137.
2007-01-22
EU supports the licensing activities related to the decommissioning of the Ignalina NPP

At the end of 2006, the implementation of the EU PHARE Project „Support to licensing activities related to the decommissioning of the Ignalina NPP to VATESI and Lithuanian TSOs (Sub-component 2 for RSC)“ has been finalized.
2006-10-16
25-26 January, 2007 Celebration of 10 years Anniversary of Establishment of Radiation Protection Centre of Lithuania, Official Opening of New Premises and International Conference

Updated
2006-11-24
European Union supports Lithuania to ensure radiation protection of general public and environment

Radiation Protection Centre (RSC) has finished the Transition Facility project “Strengthening of emergency preparedness for nuclear and radiological accidents in Lithuania” (further-project) financed by the European Union (EU) and Lithuania. The main purpose was to properly prepare for possible nuclear and radiological accidents in Lithuania and to protect the general public and environment against possible impact of ionizing radiation.
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