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Hungary, 29 May 2022, INES: 1

Violation of Operational Limits and Conditions is the Interim Spent Fuel Storage Facility

On March 31, 2022 at 9:45 a.m. the first storage tube – no. 22-A-24 – of the storage tube group no. 22/7 was serviced which means a spent fuel assembly was placed into it, got closed and filled up with N2+He gas. As the nitrogen monitoring system of this storage tube group was not filled up with...
Reported by Hungarian Atomic Energy Authority of Hungary on 27 Jun 2022 Last update on 27 Jun 2022


Iran, Islamic Republic of, 27 Feb 2022, INES: 0

Discovered Ra-226 source in copper scrap metals

On 27th February 2022, the National Radiation Protection Department (NRPD) of Iran Nuclear Regulatory Authority (INRA) received an alarm from a Radiation Portal Monitoring System (RPMS) installed in west border of the country for monitoring trucks carrying imported goods. Reported count rate from...
Reported by Iran Nuclear Regulatory Authority (INRA) of Iran, Islamic Republic of on 12 Jun 2022 Last update on 12 Jun 2022


Hungary, 24 Mar 2022, INES: 2

Exposure of radiographer over annual statutory dose limit

A radiographer of Borsodchem Co. Ltd. received approximately 133,5 mSv dose when a radiography source was unable to be retracted into an industrial radiography device. The radiographer handled the guide tube and collimator with the 2,782 TBq Se-75 source in an unshielded position. Finally the...
Reported by Hungarian Atomic Energy Authority of Hungary on 08 Jun 2022 Last update on 08 Jun 2022


Poland, 08 Feb 2022, INES: 3

Damaged radiation source out of regulatory control

On February 8, 2022 an alarm from a radiation portal monitoring system was activated at the metal scrap yard in Dąbrowa Górnicza. The alarm was triggered by a courier parcel. The services of the regional governor were directed to the site in order to take radiometric measurements. The parcel...
Reported by Radiation Emergency Centre, National Atomic Energy Agency of Poland on 25 May 2022 Last update on 25 May 2022


Belgium, 05 May 2022, INES: 2

Exposure of industrial radiographer

During the quality control of the welds of a newly installed piping, the radiographer performing the operations was exposed to the radiation of a 737 GBq Se-75 source during a short period of time (approximately between 60 and 90 seconds). During the removal of the collimator, the radiographer did...
Reported by Federal Agency for Nuclear Control (FANC) of Belgium on 18 May 2022 Last update on 18 May 2022


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