The Information System on Occupational Exposure (ISOE) was created in 1992 to provide a forum for radiation protection professionals from nuclear electricity licensees and national regulatory authorities worldwide to share dose reduction information, operational experience and information to improve the optimisation of radiological protection at nuclear power plants.
ISOE is jointly sponsored by the OECD Nuclear Energy Agency and the International Atomic Energy Agency.
The following publication is available:
A new section presenting the RP Events has been created in RP Library.
Following a request from some ISOE members wishing to share radiation protection events during training sessions, ETC has extracted a list of RP Events from various documents available on the site (Presentations during Management Board, Symposium Proceedings, ISOE Annual Reports, OpEx Reports), for the period 2000-2020.
RP Events are presented in a table providing a short description of the event and where it occurred (Country, Plant). It is possible to directly open from this page the associated reference document using the appropriate link.
In addition, a first attempt of RP Events description specifying Causes, Consequences, Corrective actions are also given in an Excel file.
3-5 January 2022
Key West, USA
Organised by the North-American Technical Centre (NATC)
> Symposium registration (online registration)
The following publications are available:
NATC Information Sheet:
The ISOE European Technical Centre (CEPN) is conducting a survey on the precautionary measures implemented by the nuclear utilities to reduce the risk of transmission of the Covid-19 coronavirus and their impact on radiation protection management and practices.
You will find the answers on folder RP Library > Covid-19 Survey .
Please note that the answers are made available on the restricted area of the ISOE website according to the usual rules, i.e. available for all ISOE Members (Utilities and Authorities) or for Utilities only according to the decision of each responder.