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Palau’s Effort in Protecting the public, patients and workers from the effects of radioactive ionizing sources is validated with a National Project supported by IAEA

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by May 5, 2017 Top Stories

Vienna, Austria – For one week, April 24-29, 2017, two representatives of Palau Government attended a workshop in Vienna, Austria to design and develop a project on Radiation Safety for Palau.  The project will involve regulatory safety infrastructure, radiological protection in occupational exposure, and radiological protection in medical exposure.  These three thematic areas are among the core values of the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA), which Palau became a member of in 2007. We’re sorry. You don't have permission to access this page. Please sign up to have full access to this page.

 

 

 

Palau Team with IAEA Consultants. L-R:  Oscar Acuna, IAEA Director of Technical Cooperation Program, Ali Boussaha, IAEA Technical Expert, Ms. Blesam, Dr. Lalabalavu, Mr. Reuben from PNG, Mr. Okyar and Mr. Holmberg, IAEA Technical Officers.

 

 

 

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