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  • 1. Coordination Group Meeting Harmonization of Radiation Protection Sujit Dey Regional Manager for East & the Pacific 21-23 February 2005 Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia International Atomic Energy Agency Department of Technical Co-operation
  • 2. International Atomic Energy Agency Department of Technical Co-operation REGIONAL PROGRAMME 2001-2004 RAS/9/026 National Regulatory Control and Occupational Radiation Protection Programmes (Milestones 1 & 2) RAS/9/027 Development of Technical Capabilities for Sustainable Radiation and Waste Safety Infrastructure (Milestones 3, 4 & 5)
  • 3. International Atomic Energy Agency Department of Technical Co-operation THEMATIC SAFETY AREAS (Previously Known As Milestones) Thematic Safety Area (TSA) 1 Regulatory Framework Thematic Safety Area (TSA) 2 Occupational Exposure Control Thematic Safety Area (TSA) 3 Medical Exposure Control Thematic Safety Area (TSA) 4 Public Exposure Control Thematic Safety Area (TSA) 5 Preparedness for and Response to Radiological Emergency
  • 4. International Atomic Energy Agency Department of Technical Co-operation REGIONAL PROGRAMME for 2005-2006 RAS/9/033 Developing Technical Capabilities for the Protection of Health and Safety of Workers Exposed to Ionizing Radiation (TSA 2) RAS/9/034 Strengthening Radiological Protection of Patients and Medical Exposure Control (TSA 3) RAS/9/035 Establishment of National Capabilities for Response to a Radiological and Nuclear Emergency (TSA 5) RAS/9/036 Strengthening National Regulatory Infrastructure for the Control of Radiation Sources (TSA 1) RAS/9/037 Education and Training in Support of Radiation Protection Infrastructure
  • 5. OTHER COMPLEMENTARY PROJECTSOTHER COMPLEMENTARY PROJECTS Regional RAS/9/029 : Harmonization of Radiation Protection RAS/9/023 : Legislation for Safe and Peaceful Nuclear Applications National Projects China, Korea, Myanmar, Pakistan, Vietnam, Mongolia
  • 6. International Atomic Energy Agency Department of Technical Co-operation OBJECTIVESOBJECTIVES RAS/9/033RAS/9/033 Developing Technical Capabilities for the Protection of Health andDeveloping Technical Capabilities for the Protection of Health and Safety of Workers Exposed to Ionizing RadiationSafety of Workers Exposed to Ionizing Radiation i) To establish and develop a national programme for occupational radiation protection to meet BSS and relevant safety guidelines; (ii) to improve individual and workplace monitoring, including classification of areas, local rules and establishment of investigation levels, (iii) to harmonize and streamline national capabilities for occupational exposure control, and improve the provision of dosimetry services
  • 7. OBJECTIVESOBJECTIVES cont. RAS/9/034RAS/9/034 Strengthening Radiological Protection of Patients andStrengthening Radiological Protection of Patients and Medical Exposure ControlMedical Exposure Control (i) to establish, develop and consolidate adequate national systems for radiological protection of patients and the control of exposures in diagnostic and interventional radiology, radiotherapy and nuclear medicine, in line with the international standards; (ii) to build capacity and develop technical capabilities for the introduction and implementation of quality assurance (QA) programmes for radiation protection in medicine; and (iii) to support Member States in gradual transition from the basic to more advanced stages of the implementation of the international BSS in the application of radiation sources in medicine International Atomic Energy Agency Department of Technical Co-operation
  • 8. OBJECTIVESOBJECTIVES cont. RAS/9/035RAS/9/035 Establishment of National Capabilities for Response to aEstablishment of National Capabilities for Response to a Radiological and Nuclear EmergencyRadiological and Nuclear Emergency (i) To establish and develop a coordinated national system for preparedness and response infrastructure for radiological and nuclear emergencies as an integrated all hazards approach with the ability to deal with all types of emergencies using the same set of management arrangements; (ii) to harmonize and streamline national capabilities consistent with the internationally accepted good practice as reflected in BSS 115 and the IAEA Safety Standard GS-R-2, 'Preparedness and Response for a Nuclear or Radiological Emergency'. International Atomic Energy Agency Department of Technical Co-operation
  • 9. OBJECTIVESOBJECTIVES cont. RAS/9/036RAS/9/036 Strengthening National Regulatory Infrastructure forStrengthening National Regulatory Infrastructure for the Control of Radiation Sourcesthe Control of Radiation Sources (i) To improve the comprehensive regulatory infrastructure for the safety and control of radiation sources; (ii) to establish and develop adequate and effective regulatory mechanisms for the control of radiation sources in new Member States; and (iii) to harmonize and streamline national capabilities for regulatory control in compliance with the requirements of BSS 115, the requirements of Legal and Governmental Infrastructure for Nuclear, Radiation, Radioactive Waste and Transport Safety (GS-R-1), and the provisions of the Code of Conduct on the Safety and Security of Radioactive Sources (Code of Conduct). International Atomic Energy Agency Department of Technical Co-operation
  • 10. OBJECTIVESOBJECTIVES cont. RAS/9/037RAS/9/037 Education and Training in Support of RadiationEducation and Training in Support of Radiation Protection InfrastructureProtection Infrastructure To support the target countries in their effort to attain a core number of managers, qualified experts, trainers and specialists in radiation protection; to develop adequate expertise and competence required for sustainable national radiation protection infrastructure; to partake appropriate knowledge and understanding for the promotion and sustainability of safe working practices. International Atomic Energy Agency Department of Technical Co-operation
  • 11. International Atomic Energy Agency Department of Technical Co-operation Programme Priorities THEMATIC SAFETY AREA 1 Regulatory Framework Laws, Decrees, Acts Establishment of an independent Regulatory Authority National regulatory programme Regulations, codes of practice, guides Complete Inventory of radiation sources System of notification, authorization, inspection and enforcement
  • 12. Programme Priorities THEMATIC SAFETY AREA 2 Occupational Exposure Control Framework for occupational exposure control Assessment of exposure due to external sources Assessment of exposure due to intake of radionuclides Workplace monitoring Dose management system Quality Management System
  • 13. Programme Priorities THEMATIC SAFETY AREA 3 Medical Exposure Control Radiation protection in diagnostic radiology,Radiation protection in diagnostic radiology, radiotherapy and nuclear medicineradiotherapy and nuclear medicine Licensing, inspection and enforcement in regulatoryLicensing, inspection and enforcement in regulatory control of medical sources and practicescontrol of medical sources and practices Quality assurance and controlQuality assurance and control Justification, optimization and reduction of patient dosesJustification, optimization and reduction of patient doses Introduction of national guidance levelsIntroduction of national guidance levels International Atomic Energy Agency Department of Technical Co-operation
  • 14. Milestone 3 Medical Exposure Control Actions recommendedActions recommended  Prevention of deterministic effects in interventional procedures.Prevention of deterministic effects in interventional procedures.  Modular approach to improving image quality and reduction inModular approach to improving image quality and reduction in patient dose in diagnostic radiologypatient dose in diagnostic radiology  Creating awareness about high doses in computed tomography (CT)Creating awareness about high doses in computed tomography (CT) and digital radiographyand digital radiography  Accident prevention in radiotherapyAccident prevention in radiotherapy  Radiation Protection in nuclear medicineRadiation Protection in nuclear medicine  Identifying and developing trainers in radiation safety in medicalIdentifying and developing trainers in radiation safety in medical applicationsapplications
  • 15. THEMATIC SAFETY AREA 4 Public Exposure Control •Justification, optimization and limitation of publicJustification, optimization and limitation of public exposureexposure •Control of radioactive dischargesControl of radioactive discharges •Environmental monitoringEnvironmental monitoring •Monitoring of consumer productsMonitoring of consumer products •Radioactive waste managementRadioactive waste management •Transport of radioactive sources and materialsTransport of radioactive sources and materials International Atomic Energy Agency Department of Technical Co-operation
  • 16. Programme Priorities THEMATIC SAFETY AREA 5 Preparedness/Response to Radiological Emergency Development and implementation of a national plan andDevelopment and implementation of a national plan and procedures for preparedness and response to radiologicalprocedures for preparedness and response to radiological emergenciesemergencies Establishment of a national co-ordination committee orEstablishment of a national co-ordination committee or body to deal with radiological emergencybody to deal with radiological emergency International Atomic Energy Agency Department of Technical Co-operation
  • 17. International Atomic Energy Agency Department of Technical Co-operation REGIONAL PARTICIPATION 2005-6 Cycle (Invitation to 13 countries) BANGLADESH PAKISTAN CHINA PHILIPPINES INDONESIA SINGAPORE KOREA SRI LANKA MALAYSIA THAILAND MONGOLIA VIETNAM MYANMAR
  • 18. International Atomic Energy Agency Department of Technical Co-operation WORK PLANS WORKPLANS ARE BASED ON THE COUNTRY SITUATION NATIONAL NEEDS AND PRIORITIES DISCUSSIONS AGREEMENT WITH THE COUNTERPARTS IAEA ASSISTANCE EXPERT MISSIONS & EXTERNAL LECTURERS EQUIPMENT FOR INSPECTION, QC AND RADIATION MONITORING SOFTWARE AND PUBLICATIONS FELLOWSHIPS SCIENTIFIC VISITS REGIONAL COURSES NATIONAL TRAINING COURSES SPECIAL MEETINGS AND WORKSHOPS CONFERENCES AND SEMINARS
  • 19. Current State of AffairsCurrent State of Affairs  The project achievement has been reported to the November 2004 IAEA Board of Governors meeting in GOV/INF/2004/13  It was reported that 8 of the 12 participating countries have completed the essential tasks relating to the achievement of Milestone 1 & 2
  • 20. Thematic Safety Area 1 Work Still Needing to Be Done  Preparation and establishment of radioactive wastePreparation and establishment of radioactive waste management regulationsmanagement regulations  Transport regulationsTransport regulations  Codes of practice on radiotherapy, nuclearCodes of practice on radiotherapy, nuclear medicine, diagnostic radiology, industrialmedicine, diagnostic radiology, industrial radiography and irradiators, etc.radiography and irradiators, etc.  Quality Management SystemsQuality Management Systems
  • 21. Thematic Safety Area 2 WORK STILL TO BE DONE 1. Introduction of Internal Dosimetry 2. Dose Assessment 3. Neutron Dosimetry 4. Quality Management Systems
  • 22. Training in Radiation SafetyTraining in Radiation Safety Much effort has been undertaken by the Agency last year in assisting its Member States in developing qualified human resources for the establishment and sustainability of their radiation protection infrastructure International Atomic Energy Agency Department of Technical Co-operation
  • 23. Radiation Protection Training Courses & Meetings Held in 2004 in East Asia under the Model Projects International Atomic Energy Agency Department of Technical Co-operation TITLETITLE DATESDATES HOSTHOST COUNTRYCOUNTRY TARGET GROUPTARGET GROUP RTC on QA of Physical & TechnicalRTC on QA of Physical & Technical Aspects in RadiotherapyAspects in Radiotherapy 12 – 23 Jan12 – 23 Jan Argonne,Argonne, USAUSA Practicing MedicalPracticing Medical PhysicistsPhysicists POST GRADUATE EDUCATINALPOST GRADUATE EDUCATINAL COURSE No-3COURSE No-3 1 year1 year Dec 03- Dec 04Dec 03- Dec 04 MalaysiaMalaysia Junior professionals inJunior professionals in the fieldthe field RTC on Safe Transport of RadioactiveRTC on Safe Transport of Radioactive MaterialMaterial 5 – 16 April5 – 16 April SingaporeSingapore Regulators & nationalRegulators & national competent authoritiescompetent authorities Interregional Meeting on RadiationInterregional Meeting on Radiation Protection for CardiologistsProtection for Cardiologists 6 –7 May6 –7 May ViennaVienna CardiologistsCardiologists Interregional Training Course onInterregional Training Course on Radiation Protection in Oil and GasRadiation Protection in Oil and Gas IndustryIndustry 10 –14 May10 –14 May IndonesiaIndonesia Senior regulators &Senior regulators & senior technical staffsenior technical staff from the industryfrom the industry ….
  • 24. Radiation Protection Training Courses & Meetings Held in 2004 in East Asia under the Model Projects (cont.) International Atomic Energy Agency Department of Technical Co-operation TITLETITLE DATESDATES HOSTHOST COUNTRYCOUNTRY TARGET GROUPTARGET GROUP RTC on Occupational RadiationRTC on Occupational Radiation ProtectionProtection 23 – 27 Aug23 – 27 Aug PhilippinesPhilippines UsersUsers RTC on Authorization and Inspection ofRTC on Authorization and Inspection of Radiation Sources in Nuclear GaugesRadiation Sources in Nuclear Gauges and Well-loggingand Well-logging 27 Sept – 1 Oct27 Sept – 1 Oct IndonesiaIndonesia RegulatorsRegulators RTC on Prevention of AccidentalRTC on Prevention of Accidental Exposure in RadiotherapyExposure in Radiotherapy 4 –8 Oct4 –8 Oct MalaysiaMalaysia Medical PhysicistsMedical Physicists Train the Trainer Meeting: RadiationTrain the Trainer Meeting: Radiation Protection in MedicineProtection in Medicine 22 –26 Nov22 –26 Nov ThailandThailand National TrainersNational Trainers
  • 25. Radiation Protection Training Courses & Meetings to Be Held in 2005 in East Asia Region under RAS/9/037 International Atomic Energy Agency Department of Technical Co-operation TITLETITLE DATESDATES HOSTHOST COUNTRYCOUNTRY TARGETTARGET GROUPGROUP RTC on QA/QC in RadiotherapyRTC on QA/QC in Radiotherapy 6-17 June6-17 June ArgonneArgonne NatNat Lab/USALab/USA UsersUsers RTC on Authorisation & Inspection ofRTC on Authorisation & Inspection of Radiotherapy SourcesRadiotherapy Sources (RAS/9/026)(RAS/9/026) 4 April - 4May4 April - 4May SINSIN RegulatorRegulatorss RTC Development of NationalRTC Development of National Capability for Response toCapability for Response to Radiological EmergenciesRadiological Emergencies July 1 wkJuly 1 wk MALMAL CompetentCompetent AuthoritiesAuthorities Post Graduate Educational Course inPost Graduate Educational Course in Radiation Protection & the Safety ofRadiation Protection & the Safety of Radiation SourcesRadiation Sources Apr 2005-Apr 2005- Apr 2006Apr 2006 MALMAL RegulatorsRegulators && UsersUsers RTC on Quality Management SystemsRTC on Quality Management Systems for Occupational Exposure Controlfor Occupational Exposure Control June 1 wkJune 1 wk THATHA RegulatorsRegulators RTC on Quality Management SystemsRTC on Quality Management Systems for Regulatory Activitiesfor Regulatory Activities 7-11 Nov7-11 Nov PHIPHI RegulatorsRegulators
  • 26. Radiation Protection Training Courses & Meetings to Be Held in 2005 under RAS/9/037 International Atomic Energy Agency Department of Technical Co-operation TITLETITLE DATESDATES HOSTHOST COUNTRYCOUNTRY TARGETTARGET GROUPGROUP Interregional Trainer’s Workshop onInterregional Trainer’s Workshop on Radiation Protection in MedicineRadiation Protection in Medicine Apr 1 wkApr 1 wk UAEUAE UsersUsers RTC on Radiation Safety in Industrial and Research Irradiators 22 – 26 Aug22 – 26 Aug SRLSRL UsersUsers Regional train-the-trainers course onRegional train-the-trainers course on Establishing National EmergencyEstablishing National Emergency Response Capabilities withResponse Capabilities with International RequirementsInternational Requirements Dec 1 wkDec 1 wk INSINS RTC On Radiation Protection And Safety In Diagnostic Radiology With Emphasis On Guidance Levels Oct 1 wkOct 1 wk PAKPAK UsersUsers Coordination Meeting For The Implementation of RAS9036 (TSA 1), RAS9033 (TSA 2) and RAS9035 (TSA 5) April-MayApril-May MONMON CounterpartsCounterparts Coordination Meeting for the Implementation of RAS9034 (TSA 3) April-MayApril-May BGDBGD CounterpartsCounterparts
  • 27. Radiation Protection Training Courses & Meetings to Be Held in 2005 Under RCA RAS/9/029 International Atomic Energy Agency Department of Technical Co-operation TITLETITLE DATESDATES HOSTHOST COUNTRYCOUNTRY TARGETTARGET GROUPGROUP Expert Advisory Group MeetingExpert Advisory Group Meeting (EAGM)(EAGM) on Occupational Dosimetryon Occupational Dosimetry IntercomparisonIntercomparison 4-184-18 -Feb-Feb -2005-2005 JPNJPN ExpertsExperts Meeting of Coordination Group withMeeting of Coordination Group with Regional ManagerRegional Manager 21-2321-23 -Feb-Feb -2005-2005 MALMAL Trainer's Meeting on RadiationTrainer's Meeting on Radiation Protection for CardiologistsProtection for Cardiologists 4-5 April4-5 April -2005-2005 SINSIN RTC on Radiation Safety ofRTC on Radiation Safety of Irradiator Plants, Updated SafetyIrradiator Plants, Updated Safety Code of Practice, Operator TrainingCode of Practice, Operator Training and Security of Sourcesand Security of Sources 18-2218-22 -July-July -2005-2005 MAL/MAL/ ROKROK RTC on the Control of RadioactiveRTC on the Control of Radioactive Discharges to the EnvironmentDischarges to the Environment 3-73-7 -Oct-Oct -2005-2005 PAKPAK
  • 28. AugustAug. 1999Aug. 1999VietnamVietnam *NovemberNovemberThailandThailand *OctoberOctoberSri LankaSri Lanka OctoberOctoberSingaporeSingapore AugustDecemberDecemberPhilippinesPhilippines MarchOctoberOctoberPakistanPakistan *NovemberNovemberMyanmarMyanmar *SeptemberSeptemberMongoliaMongolia FebruaryJuneJuneMalaysiaMalaysia JulyAprilAprilIndonesiaIndonesia SeptemberSeptemberSeptemberChina (PR)China (PR) DecemberOctOct 19991999BangladeshBangladesh 20052005200420042003200320022002200120002000CountryCountry MISSIONS TO ASSESS THE EFFECTIVENESS OF THE REGULATORYMISSIONS TO ASSESS THE EFFECTIVENESS OF THE REGULATORY INFRASTRUCTURE, OCCUPATIONAL AND MEDICAL EXPOSUREINFRASTRUCTURE, OCCUPATIONAL AND MEDICAL EXPOSURE CONTROL/CONTROL/
  • 29. Current TC Structure DDG-TC TCPA TCPC Africa Asia and the Pacific Europe Concepts & Planning TCPB Latin America Programme Coordination Information Management Experts and Training Experts and Training
  • 30. MARSHALL ISLANDMARSHALL ISLAND INDIA*INDIA* UNITED ARAB EMIRATESUNITED ARAB EMIRATESVIETNAMVIETNAM YEMENYEMENTHAILANDTHAILAND PALESTINEPALESTINESRI LANKASRI LANKA SYRIASYRIASINGAPORESINGAPORE SAUDI ARABIASAUDI ARABIAPHILIPPINESPHILIPPINES QATARQATARPAKISTANPAKISTAN LEBANONLEBANONMYANMARMYANMAR KUWAITKUWAITMONGOLIAMONGOLIA JORDANJORDANMALAYSIAMALAYSIA ISRAELISRAELKOREAKOREA IRAQIRAQINDONESIAINDONESIA IRANIRANCHINACHINA AFGHANISTANAFGHANISTANBANGLADESHBANGLADESH West ASIAWest ASIAEast ASIAEast ASIA As of 1 January 2005
  • 31. Proposed TC structure DDG-TC Division for Africa Division for Latin America Division for Europe Division for Asia and the Pacific Office of Policy and Coordination

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