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Title: Regulatory structure of radiological safety issues in Turkey
Authors: Uslu, İbrahim
Birol, Erdener
Keywords: Regulatory structure
Düzenleyici yapı
Radiological safety -- Turkey
Radyolojik güvenlik -- Türkiye
Issue Date: Oct-2000
Publisher: Turkish Atomic Energy Authority
Citation: Uslu, İ., Birol, E. (2000). Regulatory structure of radiological safety issues in Turkey. I. Eurasia Conference on Nuclear Science and Its Application, Presentations, Vol 2, (s. 709-714). 23-27 October 2000. İzmir, Turkey.
Abstract: In Turkey, Turkish Atomic Energy Authority (TAEA) is the main responsible and national competent authority for all nuclear and radiological activities. The Radiation Health and Safety Department of TAEA is the regulatory body concerning the use, exportation, importation, storage, transportation, transferring and licensing of radiation sources or equipments and also implementation of the provision of the regulations dealing with the above-mentioned matters. The regulatory structure of TAEA, legal instruments for radiation protection, legislation, radiation source and waste management, inspection, training program on the safe uses of radiation sources will be discussed in this paper.
Description: I. Avrasya Nükleer Bilimler ve Uygulamaları Konferansı : 23-27 Ekim 2000. İzmir, Türkiye.
Appears in Collections:I. Eurasia conference on nuclear science and its application : presentations, 23-27 October 2000. İzmir, Turkey.

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