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New IAEA database to collect data on NORM exposure for industrial workers
The International Atomic Energy Agency has launched a new database of the Information System on Occupational Exposure in Medicine, Industry, and Research (ISEMIR) for workers in industrial processes involving naturally occurring radioactive material (NORM). The new database, ISEMIR-N, joins two existing databases in the ISEMIR system: ISEMIR-IC, for workers in interventional cardiology, and ISEMIR-IR, for workers in industrial radiography.
Jarrod M. Gogolski (Colorado School of Mines), Peter Zalupski, Dean Peterman (INL), Mark P. Jensen (Colorado School of Mines)
Transactions | Volume 120 | Number 1 | June 2019 | Pages 103-105