Radiation and Environmental Safety in North-West Russia: Use of Impact Assessments and Risk Estimation by Per StrandRadiation and Environmental Safety in North-West Russia: Use of Impact Assessments and Risk Estimation by Per Strand

Radiation and Environmental Safety in North-West Russia: Use of Impact Assessments and Risk…

byPer StrandEditorMalgorzata K. Sneve, Andrey V. Pechkurov

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The NATO Advanced Research Workshop on "Radiation and Envir- mental Safety in North-West Russia - Use of Impact Assessments and Risk Estimation" was held in Moscow, Russia on December 8 - 10, 2004. The workshop was sponsored by the NATO Science Committee and N- wegian Radiation Protection Authority (NRPA) and organised jointly by Rostechnadzor and NRPA. The objective of this workshop was to examine how scientific research and environmental studies, including the effects and distribution of radiation and radionuclides, can contribute to development of practical standards for protection of the environment and human health. The intention was to s- port operators and regulators involved in radioactive waste management projects in Northwest Russia. The workshop attracted wide participation from relevant Russian and western organizations. International expertise from several related fields went together to produce a thorough understanding of the present status and how to develop the use of overall risk assessments and environmental impact assessments to ensure a sound use of resources when carrying out the tremendous work that must be carried out to clean up the cold war l- acy. Important conclusions and recommendations have been produced and set out in the main report, providing a good basis for further development. Such development should note that safety and environmental performance can be addressed at three levels: a) Compliance-focused; b) Beyond compliance, towards best practice; and c) Continuous improvement.
Title:Radiation and Environmental Safety in North-West Russia: Use of Impact Assessments and Risk…Format:PaperbackDimensions:312 pages, 23.4 × 15.6 × 0.07 inPublished:March 2, 2006Publisher:Springer NatureLanguage:English

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Table of Contents.- Preface.- 1. Introduction.Reducing Risks from the Nuclear Legacy.- Main Activities of the Federal Environmental, Industrial and Nuclear Supervision Service on Radiation and Ecological Safety Assurance; A. Malyshev.- 2. Session I: Applications of International Treaties and Recommendations.- Environmental Impact Assessment in a Transboundary Context; I.S.H. Swensen.- Cooperation between Responsible Authorities, Identification of Protection Objectives, Clarification of Risks and Recommendations to the Regulatory Process for Nuclear Projects within the Russian Federation; M.K. Sneve.- Responsibilities of Federal Medical Biological Agency on Ensuring of Radiation Safety in the North-West Region of the Russian Federation; V.V. Romanov, M.F. Kiselev.- Rosatom Experience in Arrangement of Works on Rehabilitation of Radiation-Hazardous Facilities; A.V. Grigoriev.- Session I: Summary and Conclusions.- 3. Session II: Environmental, Health and Safety Risks.- AMAP. An International Cooperation with Focus on the Northern Environments; Y. Tsaturov; M. Sickel.- Risk Management in the Storage and Conditioning of Spent Nuclear Fuel at Andreeva Bay; L.R. Fellingham.- Utilization of Spent Radioisotope Thermoelectric Generators and Installation of Solar Cell Technology as Power Source for Russian Lighthouses - Final Report; P.-E. Fiskebeck.- Research of Radioactive Contaminations of the Baltic Sea within the Helcom Programs; A. Stepanov et al.- Session II: Summary and Conclusions.- 4. Session III: Risks and Environmental Impact Assessment.- Implementation of Environmental Impact Assessment in NS Dismantlement; V.S. Nikitin.- Figures and Tables; V.S. Nikitin.- Environmental Risk Assessment - Norwegian Policy and Experience; I. Amundsen.- Environmental Risk Assessment Related to its Reduction, DTE; K. Gospodinov.- The Radiological Consequences of Radionuclide's Discharge in Water Environment at Afloat Storage of Utilized Submarines Reactor Compartments; A.J.Blekher.- Medical Risk Assessment; N.K. Shandala et al.- Session III: Summary and Conclusions.- 5. Session IV: Risk Assessment Methodology.- Experience of French Organisations in Environmental Impact Assessment for Remediation of Contaminated Sites; C. Deregel et al.- Research Experiments Conducted by IRSN and Tools Available for Impact Assessment and Risk Evaluation; G. Damette, C. Deregel.- Radiation-Hygienic Zones of Territories Transferred to Rosatom Coastal Technical Bases of Navy; A.J. Blekher .- Assessment of Radiation Impact on Man due to Marine Environment Contamination; N.L. Kuchin et al.- Uncertainties in Environmental Impact and Risk Assessment from Radionuclides Released from Different Nuclear Sources Influencing the Arctic; B. Salbu.- Application of Laser Technologies for Stabilization of Environmental Safety Improvement in the Course of Utilization of Nuclear-Powered Submarines; G.D. Nikishin et al.- 6. Final Session: Summary of Workshop and Adoption of Recommendation.- Final Session: Summary of Workshop and Adoption of Recommendation.- Index.-