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Title: First steps towards national radon action plan in Serbia
Authors: Udovicic, Vladimir
Maletić D.
Savković, Mile
Pantelic, Gordana
Ujic, Predrag
Celikovic, Igor
Forkapic S.
Nikezic, Dragoslav
Marković, Vladimir
Arsić V.
Ilic Zivojinovic J.
Journal: Nukleonika
Issue Date: 1-Jan-2016
Abstract: Radon problem has a special attention in many countries in the world and the most of them have established national radon programmes. The radon issues in Serbia have not been approached in a systematic and organized way. Currently, there are many research groups and institutions working in radon field, and it is a good basis to integrate all these activities into a comprehensive national programme to define the strategic objectives and action plan for the next few years. Also, Serbia as a candidate for membership in the EU is obliged to harmonize its legislation, including the field of radiation protection in which the radon issues has an important role. In this report, a brief history of radon research, present status and plans for the future activity on radon issues in Serbia are presented. Regarding the long-term plans, the establishment and implementation of the Radon Action Plan with the primary goal of raising awareness about the harmful effects of public exposure to radon and implementing a set of measures for its reduction. In that sense, the synergy between the national, regional and local organizations responsible for public health and radiation protection must be achieved.
URI: https://scidar.kg.ac.rs/handle/123456789/9189
Type: Article
DOI: 10.1515/nuka-2016-0060
ISSN: 00295922
SCOPUS: 84990070308
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