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Peru, 14 Feb 2014, INES: 3

Exposure to workers

On the morning of 14 February 2014, a radiography company was performing non-destructive testing by industrial radiography with a 1,22 GBq Ir-192 source to several pipe joints in a chemical plant. The operations were performed by three operators (A, B and C) in a platform at nearly 12 meters...
Reported by Instituto Peruano de Energia Nuclear of Peru on 05 Mar 2014. Last update on 14 Oct 2014


France, 30 May 2013, INES: 2

Interventional Radiology - Exceeding of the maximum regulatory annual effective dose

On 30th May 2013, ASN was informed that the passive dosimeter results for a radiation therapy technician in Saint-Eloi hospital of the Montpellier CHRU had integrated over the last quarter of 2012 an effective dose of 32 mSv. This result is higher than the regulation annual limit set at 20...
Reported by Autorité de Sûreté Nucléaire (ASN) of France on 21 Jan 2014. Last update on 21 Jan 2014


Poland, 16 Jan 2014, INES: 1

One radioactive source containing Co-60 lost or stolen

In the beaverboard manufacturing plant (in town of Koniecpol, Śląskie region) which is currently under insolvency proceedings (bankruptcy) there has been discovered the loss of one radioactive source containing isotope Co-60. The current activity of lost source is approximately 0,5 GBq. The source...
Reported by National Atomic Energy Agency, Radiation Emergency Centre of Poland on 17 Jan 2014. Last update on 17 Jan 2014


Sri Lanka, 13 Dec 2013, INES: 1

Contaminated Transport Package-Used Machineries and spare parts

The Sri Lanka customs suspected the container number APHU 6385138 which contain used machineries and spare parts for radioactive contamination from Megaport detectors. Atomic Energy Authority has been carried out radiation survey at request of Sri Lanka customs.maximum radiation level recorded was...
Reported by Atomic Energy Authority of Sri Lanka on 08 Jan 2014. Last update on 08 Jan 2014


Sweden, 30 May 2013, INES: 1

EDG failed to start after unintentional loss of two phases on 400 kV incoming offsite supply

Unit 3 was in refueling state with reactor vessel head removed and spent fuel pool gates open to the reactor vessel. The 400 kV unit breakers received an unintentional order to open, but only two out of three phases opened causing low-voltage in the station but still over 65%.No EDG got start...
Reported by Swedish Radiation Safety Authority of Sweden on 20 Dec 2013. Last update on 20 Dec 2013


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