Education and equipment for University Hospital Medical Center Bezanijska kosa and University Clinical Center of Kragujevac from national TC programme for new project cycle 2024 – 2025
As a part of the technical cooperation programme between the Republic of Serbia and the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA), and with the support of Serbian Radiation and Nuclear Safety and Security Directorate (SRBATOM) and the Ministry of Health,
Highly compact and flexible MIRA gamma dose rate monitoring and measuring stations have been installed in Valjevo, Loznica, Sabac and Veliko Gradiste. At the same time, SARA measuring station which enables early detection of extremely low levels of artificial radioactivity in the environment and on-site isotope identification, has been placed in Kladovo.
Мерне станице MIRA, које мере јачину дозе гама зрачења у ваздуху, инсталиране су у Новом Саду, Вршцу, Зрењанину и Бечеју.
The new SARA measuring station, which is used to identify radioactive isotopes in the air has been installed in Sombor, while MIRA devices serving to measure gamma ray dose rate in the air have been installed in Backa Topola, Odzaci, Novi Knezevac and Palic.
The new radioactivity measuring stations were installed on locations in Zajecar and Vranje yesterday. SIRA, a station for the automatic, permanent identification and monitoring of airborne radioactivity, together with MIRA monitoring system for the assessment of gamma...
Installation of 33 measuring stations within the state-of the-art early warning system of nuclear or radiological accident starts
During the last weekend, four early detection and remote monitoring stations were installed on the locations in Sid, Vinca, Kraljevo and Kopaonik. These are the first installed instruments within the intended state-of the-artearly warning system of a nuclear or radiological emergency which is based on 33 stations and which arrived in Serbia by the end of October this year.
The early warning system of a nuclear or radiological emergency comprising 33 measuring stations has arrived to Serbia and the preparations for its installation are ongoing.
At the invitation of the Government of the Republic of Srpska, Sladjan Velinov, Director of Serbian Radiation and Nuclear Safety and Security Directorate, participated at the conference on climate changes under the name of “Climate Changes – Risks and Joint Action in the Region, 2023”, which was held today in Trebinje, Bosnia and Herzegovina (BiH).
At the invitation oof the Romanian regulatory body CNCAN (Comisia Națională pentru Controlul Activităților Nucleare), the representatives of Serbian Radiation and Nuclear Safety and Security Directorate (SRBATOM) participated in the national nuclear emergency response exercise that was held for the past two days in Romania.
This year’s 32nd Symposium of Radiation Protection Society of Serbia and Montenegro, which is held 04-06 October 2023 in Budva, Montenegro, was officially opened by Vladimir Janjic, Assistant Director and Head of Inspection at Serbian Radiation and Nuclear Safety and Security Directorate (SRBATOM).