Welcome to the ARPS websiteThe Australasian Radiation Protection Society Inc (ARPS) is a professional society of members engaged in one or more aspects of radiation protection.
ARPS is an Associate Society of the International Radiation Protection Association (IRPA).
ARPS publishes a quarterly journal, Radiation Protection in Australasia, and a quarterly Newsletter for its members.
Auckland is New Zealand’s largest city and the proposed host of The International Radiation Protection Association Congress, 2028.
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|Study results webinar: national database to improve impact assessments for life of mine activities
NERA, together with our project partners Flinders University, BHP, Heathgate resources, ARPANSA, ANSTO, JRHC Enterprises & OZ Minerals invite you to join us for this webinar as we release the first results from an Australian collaborative research project that is helping to improve and reduce uncertainties with environmental radiological impact assessments in the energy and mining sectors.
About the webinar
Please join us and project leads Dr Gillian Hirth (ARPANSA), Jim Hodros (JRHC Enterprises), Dr Angel Rea (Flinders University) and Tim Duff (NERA) share industry learnings and key results of a collaborative two-year research project, which conducted fundamental research into the levels of radiation in flora, fauna and soils in Australia's arid environments. This is important data that underpins the understanding of potential radiological impacts from mining on flora and fauna.
The results of this joint industry–research–national authority project contribute to the national database of radiation concentration ratios of flora, fauna and soils in areas of Australia not previously surveyed. The database will be an invaluable resource for industries in the arid and semi-arid regions of Australia that are required to assess their environmental radiological impact, and will improve both the environmental approval and mine closure processes.
Simply register here to receive details to dial in to the webinar. If you have any queries regarding the webinar, please contact NERA email@example.com
This event is proudly supported by NERA (National Energy Resources Australia), Australia's independent industry Growth Centre for the energy resources sector.
ICRP International Conference on Recovery After Nuclear Accidents, Radiological Protection Lessons from Fukushima and Beyond is happening on the 1 - 4 December 2020.
Registration is Free and now open.
Abstract Submission Deadline 31 October.
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