Post-Accident Radiation Monitoring Techniques
01st of April 2018 - for registration and passport information
01st of May 2018 - complete payment documents for bank transfer (the Contract)
01st of June 2018 - for Payment to bank account
14th of June 2018 - for Arrival in
European Centre of Technological Safety (TESEC),
Research and Production Enterprise Atom Komplex Prylad,
European Centre of Technological Safety (TESEC),
RPE Atom Komplex Prylad,
Dr. Victor Poyarkov, Director of European Centre of Technological Safety
Workshop executive director:
Ms. Galyna Kazymyrova,
Ph. 380-44 501-4907, Fax: 380-44 502 8918
Gintama-Briz Resort Hotel (http://gintama-briz.kiev.ua), Kyiv Region, about 40 km from Kyiv
Field Exercise location:
Exclusion Zone of Chornobyl NPP
The nearest international airport:
Information about participants:
This Training Course is organized to provide training and experience in:
The curriculum is designed for emergency workers, decision-makers, graduate students, university faculty and scientists interested in emergency preparedness and response, radiation protection and risk assessment.
The curriculum includes:
The Chornobyl accident has provided a unique opportunity for research and training on emergency response and post-accidental radiation monitoring. It is one of only a few places in the world where effective training and experience in internal and external dose assessment, radioactive sample collection and preparation, contamination mapping and decision making can be provided in real highly contaminated area. It is important to expand such experience for upgrading of post-accident radiation monitoring techniques and decision making in a case of nuclear or other radiological accident.
The TESEC was created by the Ministry of Ukraine of Emergencies and Affairs of Population Protection from the Consequences of Chornobyl Catastrophe and Council of Europe Open Partially Agreement on the Prevention of, Protection Against and Organization of Relief in Major Natural and Technological Disasters. It has the laboratory facilities and faculty needed to provide advanced international seminars and group training. There are laboratories and equipment for sampling and sample preparation, portable dose and dose rate meters, alpha and gamma spectroscopy and beta particle detection, In-Situ measurement technique, etc.
The curriculum of the course consists of classroom instruction, practical field exercises and data analysis at the TESEC training facility, and exercises in contaminated areas of the Chornobyl Exclusion Zone.
The main purpose is to give opportunity for the participants, who are interested in providing of measurements, to apply their knowledge in “real” conditions and to be trained as emergency monitoring team. The purpose of the course is also to give opportunity for the participants to realize what action should be done during different phases of the accident, to participate in real measurement with the aim of emergency monitoring and to apply their knowledge in decision making using real results of measurements.
A distinguishing feature of the Training Course will be its practical aspects. The international group of participants will be divided into teams to perform gamma and beta surveys, In-Situ gamma spectrometry, vegetation and soil sampling in contaminated field and forest locations, data acquisition and assessment.
Lectures and accommodations will be at the TESEC training facilities (
The lectures and drills are developed by an international panel of experts. It is based on current international standards and methodologies. The training materials of IAEA train-the-trainers course “Regional Train-the-Trainers Course on Monitoring Strategies, Procedures, Reporting and Transmission of Data” will be used during the Training Course.
TESEC will provide faculty, laboratory facilities, and will arrange access to the field sites.
Participants should make their own travel arrangements to Boryspil` Airport (KBP) of Kyiv; TESEC could provide guidance.
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Module M 1: Emergency monitoring overview
Module M 2: Field radiation and contamination monitoring
Module M 3: Field sampling
Module M 4: Gamma spectrometry
Module M 5: Radiation protection of monitoring teams
Module M 6: Basic data evaluation
Demonstrations and Drills
Session 1: Radiation instruments
Session 2: Sampling equipment and techniques
Session 3: Gamma spectrometer calibration
Session 4: Personal and equipment contamination check
Session 5: Evaluation session
Exercise No.1: Radiation and contamination monitoring
Exercise No.2: Sampling
Exercise No.3: In-situ gamma spectrometry
Exercise No.4: Laboratory measurements
Exercise No.5: Personal and equipment contamination check
Cost of the Coures and Payment
Cost of the course is 3980
The price includes:
Minimum number of participants: 10, maximum – 15.