The Greek Atomic Energy Commission (EEAE) organizes in Athens on October 10, 2014 an information event on the new European Directive 59/2013/Euratom (Basic Safety Standards-BSS) establishing the radiation protection regulatory framework. Invited speakers are: Mr. Stefan Mundigl (European Commission, DG Energy) and Mr.Tom Ryan (Environmenta Protection Agency, Ireland).
EEAE presents the Annual Activity Report for the year 2013.
Following a verification visit under Article 35 of Euratom Treaty, conducted in Greece on 20-25 October 2012 by an EC experts team, the EC main conclusions and the relevant technical report are now available. According to Article 35, member states are required to have in place infrastructure for the environmental radioactivity monitoring in air, water and soil.
ΕΕΑΕ welcomes the agreement on the text amending the Community framework for nuclear safety (2009/71/EURATOM) reached under the Greek Presidency. This file was set as the priority of the Greek Presidency in the field of EURATOM.
The mean annual dose of the monitored workers in Greece and the mean annual dose per speciality for the year 2013 are presented in the following histograms.
The end user (hospital, radiographer, commercial sterilization unit etc) is requested to submit to the Greek Atomic Energy Commission (EEAE) the following:
27-28 March 2014, Cotsen Hall, Athens, Greece
A workshop entitled “Electromagnetic fields and health effects: from science to policy and public awareness” is co-organized by the European Commission and the Greek Atomic Energy Commission (EEAE) under the auspices of the EU Council Greek Presidency. The workshop will take place in Athens on March 28, 2014 (Cotsen Hall, Anapiron Polemou 9 str., next to Gennadius Library, Kolonaki district, Athens).