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Program of 

Summer School

Post-Accident Radiation Monitoring Techniques

2016, 19 - 25 June

 

June 19: 18-00 – coming to TESEC facilities, 36 km from Kiev.

             18-30 - Dinner

        

June 20: Monday

0815 – 0900

Breakfast

0900 – 0920

Introduction to Course

0920 – 0930

Break

930 – 1045

Module 1. Emergency monitoring overview,  Lecture

1045 – 1100

Break

1100 – 1200

Module 2.  Field radiation and contamination monitoring,  Lecture

1200 – 1300

Module 3. Field sampling, Lecture

1300 – 1400

Lunch

1400 – 1500

Module 5.  Radiation protection  of monitoring team

1500 – 1515

Break

1515 – 1715

Chornobyl special lecture

1730 – 1800

Break

1800 – 2030

Official dinner

June 21: Tuesday

0815 – 0900

Breakfast

0900 – 945

Modul 6. Basic Data Evaluation. Lecture

0945 – 1000

Break

1000 – 1045

Modul 4. Gamma spectroscopy. Lecture. Food stuff radiation control.

1045 – 1100

Break

1100 – 1145

Module 4. Spectroscopy - Part 1 - Laboratory gamma spectrometry – demonstration (lab spec and PRS)

1145 – 1200

Break

1200 – 1300

Module 4. Lab work 1: on spectrometers (student)/ PRS (student)

1300 – 1400

Lunch

1400 – 1415

Data evaluation of lab work 1.

1415 – 1500

Module 4. Lab work 2: Lab work on spectrometers (student)/ PRS student

1500 – 1515

Break

1515 – 1615

Beta-spectrometry, lecture, demonstration,

1615 – 1630

Data evaluation of lab work 2.

1630 – 1645

Break

1645 – 1845

Session 4:        In-Situ gamma spectrometer calibration

i. DemonstrationNaI spectrometers

ii. Demonstration of energy and efficiency calibration of spectrometer

iii. Demonstration of measurements and spectra evaluation

iv. Drill on data reporting

1845 – 1900

Break

1900 – 2000

Diner

June 22, Wednesday

0815 – 0900

Breakfast

0900 – 1030

 Session 2:       Sampling equipment and techniques

i. Demonstration of sampling equipment and techniques

ii. Drill on sampling techniques

Drill on data reporting

1030 – 1045

Break

1045 – 1145

 Session 1:Radiation instruments

i. Demonstration of survey and contamination monitors

ii. Drill with survey and contamination monitors

  • survey grid deploying (See LogBook , results of 2001)
  • mapping (GPS&grid)

iii. Drill on pre-operational and QC checks

Drill on data reporting

1145 – 1200

Break

1200 – 1300

Continue of Session 1 and 2

1300 – 1400

Lunch

1400 – 1600

Session 5:        Personal and equipment contamination check

i.    Demonstration of contamination control instruments

ii.  Demonstration of electronic dosimeter; drill on using it

iii. Demonstration of contamination control techniques

iv. Drill on personal contamination control techniques

v.  Drill on equipment and vehicle contamination control techniques

vi. Drill on data reporting

1600 – 1615

Break

1715 – 1900

Exercise No.1, 2, 3, 5

 Exercise No.1:    Field and contamination monitoring (task for environmental survey team)

Objectives:           Exercising the tasks of Environmental Survey Team

i.      Briefing on personal protective guides during exercise

ii.   Briefing on Exercise No.1

iii.  Collection of equipment using appropriate Equipment Checklists

iv.  QC checks of equipment

v.   Ground deposition survey

vi.  Personal and equipment contamination control

vii. Preliminary evaluation of results

Exercise No.2:    Sampling (task for sampling team)

Objectives:           Exercising the tasks of sampling teams

i.     Briefing on personal protective guides during exercise

ii.   Briefing on Exercise No.2

iii.  Collection of equipment using appropriate Equipment Checklists

iv.  QC checks of equipment

v.   Surface contamination survey

vi.  Soil sampling

vii. Pasture sampling

viii. Personal and equipment contamination control

Exercise No.3:    In-situ gamma spectrometry (task for in-situ gamma spectrometry team)

Objectives:           Exercising the tasks of In-situ Gamma Spectrometry Team

i.      Briefing on personal protective guides during exercise

ii.   Briefing on Exercise No.3

iii.  Collecting equipment using appropriate Equipment Checklists

iv.  QC checks of equipment

v.  Measurements with NaI detector in-situ spectrometer

vi.  Personal and equipment contamination control

vii. Evaluation of results

 Exercise No.5:   Personal and equipment contamination check

i    Briefing on personal protective guides during exercise

ii  Briefing on Exercise No. 5

iii Personal contamination check

iv Equipment and vehicle contamination check

Data reporting

1900 – 1930

Break

1930 – 2030

Dinner

June 23, Thursday

0715 – 0745

Breakfast

0745 – 0815

Collection of equipment, QC checks

0815 – 1000

Departure and travel to the Exclusion Zone; exercise briefing; changing to personal protective clothing

1000 – 1500

  Exercise 1, 2, 3 in site of Chornobyl Zone

 

1500 – 1600

Visit to Sarcophagus and Prypyat, Changing personal protective clothing , Lanch

1600 – 1800

Return to TESEC Training Centre

1800 – 1900

Exercise 5 Personal and equipment contamination check

 

June 24, Friday

0815 – 0900

Breakfast

0900 – 1000

Treatment of In-situ spectra from Chornobyl zone

1000 – 1015

Break

1015 – 1300

Session 6, Evaluation session

(a)Evaluation of dose rate and contamination survey

(b)Data Mapping

(c)Operational intervention levels and dose assessment

Preparation of Team Leader report

Report presentation, discussion, School clousing

1300 – 1400

Lunch

1400 – 1830

Visit to Kiev

1830 – 1900

Dinner

1900 – 2100

Clouse party

June 25, Saturday

0815 – 0900

Breakfast

09-00 – 10-00

 Departure

 


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