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close this bookRadiation Emergency Response - Internal Guidance (WHO; 2002; 27 pages)
View the documentFOREWORD
View the document1. REMPAN AND ITS ROLE IN RADIATION EMERGENCY
View the document2. GENERAL INFORMATION ABOUT INTERNATIONAL AND LOCAL RESPONSE TO A MAJOR NUCLEAR ACCIDENT IN COMPLIANCE WITH THE “CONVENTION ON EARLY NOTIFICATION “ AND “ASSISTANCE CONVENTION”
View the document3. INTERNATIONAL AND NATIONAL ACTIONS IN RESPONSE TO A RADIATION EMERGENCY
View the document4. PATHWAY OF NOTIFICATION ABOUT RADIATION EMERGENCY
View the document5. PATHWAYS IN WHO FOR IMMEDIATE INFORMATION ABOUT THE ACCIDENT
View the document6. ACTIONS BY THE REMPAN-COORDINATOR IN RESPONSE TO THE OBTAINED INFORMATION
View the document7. HIGH LEVEL WHO AUTHORITY’S ACTIONS AFTER RECEIVING VERIFIED OFFICIAL INFORMATION ABOUT A RADIATION ACCIDENT
View the document8. ACTIONS OF THE REMPAN COORDINATOR IN RESPONSE TO REQUESTING MEDICAL ASSISTANCE BY AN ACCIDENT STATE OR AFFECTED COUNTRY (ASSISTANCE CONVENTION)
open this folder and view contents9. ADDITIONAL INFORMATION IS GIVEN IN ANNEXES I-III
 

Radiation Emergency Response - Internal Guidance

SDE/PHE/RAD/02.06
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Internal Guidance

Protection of the Human Environment
Radiation and Environmental Health

Geneva 2002

This document was prepared by:

Dr Guennadi Souchkevitch, Scientist and
Dr Istvan Turai, Medical Officer

Radiation and Environmental Health,
Protection of the Human Environment
World Health Organization

This document is restricted for the use of the Ministries of Health of the Member States, REMPAN Collaborating Centres & Liaison Institutes and International Organizations who are involved in the joined plan for Radiation Emergency Response.

Radiation Emergency Response, Internal Guidance

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