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Safety reports series

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1 no.1 Examples of safety culture practices / International Atomic Energy Agency Vienna : International Atomic Energy Agency , 1997
2 no.2 Diagnosis and treatment of radiation injuries / jointly sponsored by the International Atomic Energy Agency and the World Health Organization Vienna : International Atomic Energy Agency , 1998
3 no.4 Planning the medical response to radiological accidents / jointly sponsored by the International Atomic Energy Agency and the World Health Organization Vienna : International Atomic Energy Agency , 1998
4 no.7 Lessons learned from accidents in industrial radiography Vienna : International Atomic Energy Agency , 1998
5 no.5 Health surveillance of persons occupationally exposed to ionizing radiation : guidance for occupational physicians / jointly sponsored by the International Atomic Energy Agency, the International Labour Organization and the World Health Organization Vienna : International Atomic Energy Agency , 1998
6 no.6 Safety issues for advanced protection, control and human-machine interface systems in operating nuclear power plants / International Atomic Energy Agency Vienna : International Atomic Energy Agency , 1998
7 no.11 Developing safety culture in nuclear activities : practical suggestions to assist progress Vienna : International Atomic Energy Agency , 1998
8 no.12 Evaluation of the safety of operating nuclear power plants built to earlier standards : a common basis for judgement Vienna : International Atomic Energy Agency , 1998
9 no.13 Radiation protection and safety in industrial radiography Vienna : International Atomic Energy Agency , 1999
10 no.14 Assessment of doses to the public from ingested radionuclides Vienna : International Atomic Energy Agency , 1999
11 no.3 Equipment qualification in operational nuclear power plants : upgrading, preserving and reviewing / International Atomic Energy Agency Vienna : International Atomic Energy Agency , 1998
12 no.8 Preparation of fire hazard analyses for nuclear power plants / International Atomic Energy Agency Vienna : International Atomic Energy Agency , 1998
13 no.9 Safe handling and storage of plutonium / International Atomic Energy Agency Vienna : International Atomic Energy Agency , 1998
14 no.10 Treatment of internal fires in probabilistic safety assessment for nuclear power plants / International Atomic Energy Agency Vienna : International Atomic Energy Agency , 1998
15 no.15 Implementation and review of a nuclear power plant ageing management programme / International Atomic Energy Agency Vienna : International Atomic Energy Agency , 1999
16 no.16 Calibration of radiation protection monitoring instruments Vienna : International Atomic Energy Agency , 2000
17 no.17 Lessons learned from accidental exposures in radiotherapy Vienna : International Atomic Energy Agency , 2000
18 no.18 Indirect methods for assessing intakes of radionuclides causing occupational exposure Vienna : International Atomic Energy Agency , 2000
19 no.19 Generic models for use in assessing the impact of discharges of radioactive substances to the environment Vienna : International Atomic Energy Agency , 2001
20 no.20 Training in radiation protection and the safe use of radiation sources Vienna : International Atomic Energy Agency , 2001
21 no.21 Optimization of radiation protection in the control of occupational exposure Vienna : International Atomic Energy Agency , 2002
22 no.22 Quality standards : comparision between IAEA 50-C/SG-Q and ISO 9001:2000 Vienna : International Atomic Energy Agency , 2002
23 no.23 Accident analysis for nuclear power plants Vienna : International Atomic Energy Agency , 2002
24 no.25 Review of probabilistic safety assessments by regulatory bodies / jointly sponsored by the International Atomic Energy Agency and the OECD Nuclear Energy Agency Vienna : International Atomic Energy Agency , 2002
25 no.26 Safe enclosure of nuclear facilities during deferred dismantling Vienna : International Atomic Energy Agency , 2002
26 no.27 Monitoring and surveillance of residues from the mining and milling of uranium and thorium Vienna : International Atomic Energy Agency , 2002
27 no. 28 Seismic evaluation of existing nuclear power plants Vienna : International Atomic Energy Agency , 2003
28 no. 31 Managing the early termination of operation of nuclear power plants Vienna : International Atomic Energy Agency , 2003
29 no.33 Radiation protection against radon in workplaces other than mines / jointly sponsored by the International Atomic Energy Agency and the International Labour Office Vienna : International Atomic Energy Agency , 2003
30 no. 29 Accident analysis for nuclear power plants with pressurized heavy water reactors Vienna : International Atomic Energy Agency , 2003
31 no. 30 Accident analysis for nuclear power plants with pressurized water reactors Vienna : International Atomic Energy Agency , 2003
32 no. 34 Radiation protection and the management of radioactive waste in the oil and gas industry Vienna : International Atomic Energy Agency , 2003
33 no. 36 Safety considerations in the transition from operation to decommissioning of nuclear facilities Vienna : International Atomic Energy Agency , 2004
34 no. 32 Imp[l]ementation of accident management programmes in nuclear power plants Vienna : International Atomic Energy Agency , 2004
35 no. 37 Methods for assessing occupational radiation doses due to intakes of radionuclides Vienna : International Atomic Energy Agency , 2004
36 no. 35 Surveillance and monitoring of near surface disposal facilities for radioactive waste Vienna : International Atomic Energy Agency , 2004
37 no. 43 Accident analysis for nuclear power plants with graphite moderated boiling water RBMK reactors Vienna : International Atomic Energy Agency , 2005
38 no. 41 Safety of new and existing research reactor facilities in relation to external events Vienna : International Atomic Energy Agency , 2005
39 no. 44 Derivation of activity concentration values for exclusion, exemption and clearance Vienna : International Atomic Energy Agency , 2005
40 no. 46 Assessment of defence in depth for nuclear power plants Vienna : International Atomic Energy Agency , 2005
41 no. 40 Applying radiation safety standards in nuclear medicine / jointly sponsored by the International Atomic Energy Agency, International Labour Office, International Organization for Medical Physics, Pan American Health Organization, World Federation of Nuclear Medicine and Biology and World Health Organization Vienna : International Atomic Energy Agency , c2005
42 no. 45 Standard format and content for safety related decommissioning documents Vienna : International Atomic Energy Agency , c2005
43 no. 48 Development and review of plant specific emergency operating procedures Vienna : International Atomic Energy Agency , c2006
44 no.38 Applying radiation safety standards in radiotherapy / jointly sponsored by the European Society for Therapeutic Radiology and Oncology ... [et al.] Vienna : International Atomic Energy Agency , 2006
45 no. 47 Radiation protection in the design of radiotherapy facilities Vienna : International Atomic Energy Agency , 2006
46 no. 39 Applying radiation safety standards in diagnostic radiology and interventional procedures using X rays Vienna : International Atomic Energy Agency , 2006
47 no. 49 Assessing the need for radiation protection measures in work involving minerals and raw materials Vienna : International Atomic Energy Agency , c2006
48 no. 50 Decommissioning strategies for facilities using radioactive material Vienna : International Atomic Energy Agency , c2007
49 no. 51 Radiation protection and NORM residue management in the zircon and zirconia industries Vienna : International Atomic Energy Agency , 2007
50 no. 57 Safe long term operation of nuclear power plants / International Atomic Energy Agency Vienna : International Atomic Energy Agency , 2008
51 no. 56 Approaches and tools for severe accident analysis for nuclear power plants Vienna : International Atomic Energy Agency , 2008
52 no. 55 Safety analysis for research reactors Vienna : International Atomic Energy Agency , 2008
53 no. 53 Derivation of the source term and analysis of the radiological consequences of research reactor accidents Vienna : International Atomic Energy Agency , 2008
54 no. 52 Best estimate safety analysis for nuclear power plants : uncertainty evaluation pbk.,pbk.. - Vienna : International Atomic Energy Agency , 2008
55 no. 54 Accident analysis for nuclear power plants with modular high temperature gas cooled reactors / International Atomic Energy Agency pbk.,pbk.. - Vienna, Austria : International Atomic Energy Agency , 2008

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出版者 Vienna : International Atomic Energy Agency
著者標目 International Atomic Energy Agency
本文言語 英語
書誌ID 2001076330
NCID BA35347813 WCLINK

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