Nuclear Fission Safety programme 1990-1994 : Radiation Protection research action 1992-1994 : Progress report 1992-1993Funded under: FP3-NFS 1
The progress report of the 1992-93 radiation protection action outlines the research work carried out during the whole contractual period under all contracts between the European Commission and research groups from the member states. More than 400 scientists collaborated on this programme. The results of more than 300 projects are reported. They are grouped into three sectors: (i) human exposure to radiation and radioactivity; (ii) consequences of radiation exposure to man, and their assessment, prevention and treatment; (iii) risks and management of radiation protection. Within the Framework Programme, the aim of this scientific research is to improve the conditions of life with respect to the work and protection of man and his environment and to assure safe production of energy, that is: (i) to improve methods necessary to protect workers and the population by updating the scientific basis for appropriate standards; (ii) to prevent and counteract harmful effects of radiation; (iii) to assess radiation risks and provide methods to cope with the consequences of radiation accidents.
Bibliographic Reference: EUR 16003 DE/EN/FR-EN (1995) 1562 pp., FS, ECU 103
ISBN: ISBN 92-826-9270-1
Record Number: 199411653 / Last updated on: 1995-03-21
Original language: de,en,fr
Available languages: de,en,fr,en