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Application of the Alaraprinciple to the occupationally exposed workers in nuclear power plants

W. MuМ€ller

Application of the Alaraprinciple to the occupationally exposed workers in nuclear power plants

by W. MuМ€ller

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Published by Commission of the European Communities in Luxembourg .
Written in English


Edition Notes

StatementW. Müller, G. Haider.
SeriesNuclear science and technology
ContributionsHaider, G.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL20646437M
ISBN 109282579573

edge in the export of nuclear power plants to other countries. Changes in nuclear power policies are expected in some countries due to the Fukushima nuclear accident of , but the weight of nuclear energy will be in-creasing in with the construction of nuclear power plants in India and Russia [2]. IEA (Internetional En-File Size: 3MB. The workers in nuclear power plants, are fully aware of the risks they take every day and the risks of the radiation, but safety measures are in place to protect these workers from getting harmed, and they are trained of what to do in the case of emergency, so therefore it’s entirely down to them to do the job or not, at no point are they.

The original requirements instituted initial, random, and for-cause drug and alcohol testing of all workers granted access inside nuclear power plants. On Septem , Barry Quigley, a worker at a nuclear power plant in Illinois, petitioned the NRC to revise its fitness for duty regulation to impose limits on the number of hours worked. A GEOGRAPHICAL AND STATISTICAL ANALYSIS OF LEUKEMIA DEATHS RELATING TO NUCLEAR POWER PLANTS Whitney Thompson, Sarah McGinnis, Darius McDaniel, Jean Sexton, Rebecca Pettit, Sarah Anderson, Monica Jackson ABSTRACT: Due to an alarming increase in childhood leukemia rates, it has become a priority to learn what factors contribute .

  Thirteen Workers Exposed to Radiation at New Mexico Waste Dump A worker drives an electric cart past air monitoring equipment inside a storage room of the Waste Isolation Pilot Plant in Carlsbad. Interpretations of the “Safety Requirements for Nuclear Power Plants” 03 March Note: This is a translation of the document entitled: "Interpretationen zu den Sicherheitsanforderungen an Kernkraftwerke". In case of discrepancies between the English translation and the German original, the original shall prevail.


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