The US Department of Energy's Office of Radiological Security and the Greek Atomic Energy Commission (EEAE) joinlty organize the “MedNet Transport Security Symposium” which will be held in Athens, Greece, from 11 to 13 October 2022.
EEAE presents a new mobile app with the aim of improving public information about electromagnetic fields (EMF) levels.
EEAE presents the Annual Activity Report of the year 2019, a report which summarizes the whole range of its activities throughout last year.
Taking into account the special working conditions during the COVID-19 lockdown we considered important to assess any possible impact on radiation protection and radiation safety. To this purpose, we conducted a survey from 11 to 19 of June 2020.
EEAE publishes the outline of the inspection programme for ionizing radiation practices and the main findings from their implementation in 2019.
EEAE currently opts for remote inspections, aiming at ensuring the health safety of the people involved and the continuity of the regulatory control.
The Network of Collaborating Laboratories completed a set of laboratory measurements in air filters collected in Athens and Thessaloniki from 4 to 20 April 2020, to verify if atmospheric dispersion resulted in any detectable traces of Cs-137 from the forest fire in the area of Chernobyl, Ukraine.