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Created Date Monday, 15 June 2015
Filesize 902 Kilobytes

Manual de agua potable EURANOS

Manual genérico para la ayuda en la gestión de agua potable contaminada después de una emergencia radiológica en Europa
Created Date Monday, 15 June 2015
Filesize 3.61 Megabytes

Manual de areas habitadas EURANOS

Manual genérico para la ayuda en la gestión de áreas habitadas contaminadas después de una emergencia radiológica en Europa
Created Date Thursday, 26 February 2015
Filesize 3.16 Megabytes

EURANOS Inhabited Areas Handbook (version 2)

The Handbook for Inhabited Areas or Inhabited Areas Handbook in short, is a tool to support decision-makers in developing a recovery strategy following a radiation incident. The Handbook is a compilation of information to help users identify the important issues and evaluate management options. It has been produced with financial support from the European Commission as part of an integrated project ‘EURANOS’. The overall aim of the project is to increase the coherence of emergency preparedness and management in Europe, following accidental or deliberate releases of radionuclides to the environment. This handbook focuses on inhabited areas. Two other complementary handbooks consider contamination of food production systems and drinking water supplies (http://www.euranos.fzk.de). The Inhabited Areas Handbook should be regarded as a living document which requires updating from time to time to remain state-of-the-art
Created Date Thursday, 26 February 2015
Filesize 1.95 Megabytes

Handbook for drinking water supplies (version 2.1)

The Handbook for Drinking Water Supplies, or Drinking Water Handbook in short, has been developed as a result of a series of European and, in particular, UK initiatives that started in the early 1990s. The Drinking Water Handbook should be regarded as a living document that requires updating from time to time to remain state-of-the-art. Individual countries need to follow their national regulations, for example, on water quality, public dose limits, protection of workers, management and transport of wastes, and the handbook does not provide a substitute for this. Customisation of the generic handbook is an essential part of its use within individual countries and any planning for the recovery phase after a radiological emergency.

Created Date Thursday, 26 February 2015
Filesize 7.30 Megabytes

Handbook for Food Production Systems (version 2)

The Handbook for Food Production Systems, or Food Handbook in short, has been developed as a result of a series of European and, in particular, UK initiatives which started in the early 1990s. It has been produced with financial support from the European Commission as part of an integrated project ‘EURANOS’. The overall aim of the project is to increase the coherence of emergency preparedness and management in Europe, following accidental or deliberate releases of radionuclides to the environment. This handbook focuses on food production systems. Two other complementary handbooks consider contamination of inhabited areas and drinking water supplies (http://www.euranos.fzk.de). A full account of the history of development of the Food Handbook is given in Appendix A. The Food Handbook should be regarded as a living document which requires updating from time to time to remain state-of-the- art.

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