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Abstract (English):
Since 2004, the professionals of State Research Center – Burnasyan Federal Medical Biophysical Center of Federal Medical Biological |Agency (SRC-FMBC), together with specialists from the Norwegian Radiation and Nuclear Safety Authority (formerly NRPA, since 2019 – DSA), have carried out a number of research and practical projects on regulating radiation safety at the sites of nuclear legacy of the Northwest Center for Radioactive Waste Management SevRAO – a branch of FSUE RosRAO. This work became the basis for the formation of methodologies for improving regulatory supervision of nuclear legacy sites.

radiation safety, nuclear legacy, regulatory supervision, radiation health physics monitoring, emergency preparedness and response, international cooperation

Начиная с 2004 г., сотрудниками ФМБЦ им. А.И. Бур­назяна ФМБА России совместно со специалистами Государственного управления Норвегии по радиационной и ядерной безопасности (ранее NRPA, c 2019 г. – DSA) был выполнен ряд научных и практических работ по регулированию радиационной безопасности на объектах ядерного наследия Северо-Западного центра по обращению с радиоактивными отходами «СевРАО» – филиала ФГУП «РосРАО» (рис. 1), которые стали базовой основой формирования методологии совершенствования регулирующего надзора на объектах ядерного наследия [1, 


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