Република Србија ће 26. и 27. октобра 2021. године учествовати у међународној вежби ConvEx-3 (2021), у којој се симулира акцидент на нуклеарној електрани „Барака“ у Уједињеним Арапским Емиратима. Организатори вежбе су Међународна агенција за атомску енергију и Уједињени Арапски Емирати. Институције Републике Србије учествоваће у вежби у обиму који зависи од карактера симулираног акцидента и процењене опасности.
SRBATOM Representatives Participating in 31st Symposium of Radiation Protection Society of Serbia and Montenegro
Тродневни 31. Симпозијум Друштва за заштиту од зрачења Србије и Црне Горе (ДЗЗСЦГ) који је почео данас, у Београду, по први пут је одржан у комбинованом режиму – уживо и виртуелно, због специфичних услова рада изазваних пандемијом Корона вируса.
ZODIAC, NUTEC Plastics and PACT in focus of This Year’s TC Europe Division National Liaison Officers with IAEA
On the margins of the IAEA 65th General Conference (GC65), the National Liaison Officers with the IAEA, TC Europe Division held a meeting in Vienna on 23 September, 2021.
The Director of Serbian Radiation and Nuclear Safety and Security Directorate (SRBATOM), Mr Sladjan Velinov, as part of the European Commission Project “EP&R in the Western Balkans Region“, has visited Austrian radiation and nuclear safety regulatory body in Vienna. On the occasion, Mr Velinov had the opportunity to get acquainted with the work and the organization of both the Austrian regulatory body and JRODOS center, as the operational unit within the regulatory body providing support for nuclear emergency management.
The delegation of the Republic of Serbia is to participate in the 65th regular session of the IAEA’s General Conference (GC) between 20 and 24 September this year. Given the health and safety measures and restrictions in Austria in light of the COVID-19 pandemic, for the second consecutive year, the Conference will have changes in the organization and limited number of participants.
The International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) has approved the request submitted by Serbian Radiation and Nuclear Safety and Security Directorate (SRBATOM), as a technical coordinator with the IAEA, to provide the Veterinary Specialist Institute “Nis” with the equipment for fast detection of SARS-CoV-2 virus.
The two-day workshop, which is a part of the European Commission Project “EP&R in the Western Balkans Region“, the decision-makers in the nuclear emergency management will be acquainted with the functions and the importance of JRODOS programme, has started today in Belgrade.
Today’s meeting in Serbian Radiation and Nuclear Safety and Security Directorate (SRBATOM) officially indicated the implementation of the international project “Support to Regulatory Authority and the Vinca Site”. The aim of this three-year project is to strengthen the capacities of Serbia in the fields of nuclear and radiation safety and safe radioactive waste management. The project is to be carried out by three institutions of the Republic of Serbia: Serbian Radiation and Nuclear Safety and Security Directorate, Public Company Nuclear Facilities of Serbia and Vinča Institute of Nuclear Sciences.
The representatives of Serbian Radiation and Nuclear Safety and Security Directorate (SRBATOM) had a meeting today with the representatives of the European Commission in connection with the negotiating position of the Republic of Serbia for Chapter 15 – Energy. There was a discussion on the content of the segment on nuclear energy relating to a possible transitional period and implementation of the EU regulations that had been transposed into the national regulations in relation to the existing infrastructure in the field of nuclear and radiation safety and radioactive waste management
SRBATOM Director gave praise to the students of Faculty of Electrical Engineering: Thanks to you, in terms of nuclear energy use, the future of Serbia is very bright
Director of Serbian Radiation and Nuclear Safety and Security Directorate (SRBATOM), Sladjan Velinov, was happy to send his commendations to the students of the Faculty of Electrical Engineering, Bozidar Obradovic, Luka Stancev and Ksenija Dizdar on winning the first prize in the competition within ENEN+ Nuclear Summer School. The competition was organized as a part of ENEN+ project financed through the EU programme Horizon 2020.