CRPA-ACRP Bulletin

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Canada Improves Already Outstanding Reputation Following International Atomic Energy Agency Nuclear Emergency Preparedness Review Mission

In 2019, Canada became the first G7 country to request and host an International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) Emergency Preparedness Review (EPREV) mission. IAEA recognized that Canada was well prepared for nuclear emergencies and even exceeded some IAEA safety standards. They also suggested areas for improvement, which have since been addressed.


CRPA(R) Prep, April 2024

Grant Cubbon asks Brian Bewer, a radiation specialist at the Canadian Light Source, about his job and why he wanted to be CRPA(R) accredited. Brian talks about the knowledge he’s accumulated and the benefits of having a community of experienced radiation safety officers.


Editor’s Message, April 2024

This issue brings together expertise in an integral area of radiation protection—the continual process of emergency preparedness—with an article about emergency response drills conducted by McMaster University and University Health Network last fall and Canada’s Emergency Preparedness Review (EPREV) mission led by the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA).