It is generally believed that people are afraid of nuclear energy since it started with a nuclear bomb. If electricity had started with an electric chair, the public nowadays would probably perceive it in a different way, said Dr Bojan Radak in response to questions asked by the host of the morning show on RTS.
The entire world is connected in a way so that it is practically impossible to hide any emergency event involving the release of radioactive material into the atmosphere, if it occurred. It is important for the citizens to bear in mind that there is someone constantly looking after their safety from radiation, and that there is a regulatory body to address any issues to or clear any misunderstanding they might have, Mr Sladjan Velinov, the director of Serbian Radiation and Nuclear Safety and Security (SRBATOM) said in Good Morning show on TV Prva.
Nuclear Safety Today – a conference under the auspices of SRBATOM 25 November 2019 at the House of the National Assembly
You can view the conference programme in the following link
Public Discussion regarding Draft Rulebook on Radioactivity Control of Goods during Import, Export and Transit
Serbian Radiation and Safety and Security Directorate has completed the Draft Rulebook on Radioactivity Control of Goods during Import, Export and Transit.
The Directorate invites all interested parties to participate in the public discussion on it.
All reasoned proposals for amendments to the Draft are to be sent in writing on e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org until 15 November 2019 the latest. The email message subject should read: The Rulebook on Radioactivity Control of Goods during Import, Export and Transit.
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