As the pandemic continues, CNSC licensees are becoming familiar with virtual inspections. In this issue of the Bulletin, two licensees share their experiences.
As a result of the pandemic, almost every business has had to change or adapt over the past year and, sadly, many have had to close. In February, we asked our corporate members for their perspectives and experiences during the pandemic.
The COVID-19 pandemic has certainly changed the way the world is functioning right now and, of course, this extends into university education and research in radiation protection programs. Here are two perspectives on the impact the pandemic has had on teaching and learning.
Chris Clement has been the scientific secretary of the ICRP since 2008. He has had an impressive career in radiological protection spanning more than 30 years. Chris encourages you to attend ICRP 2021, as it is a great opportunity to meet colleagues, ICRP members, and other top international experts.
The Canadian Nuclear Safety Commission (CNSC) is making it easier, faster, and more efficient to comment on changes to CNSC’s regulatory framework. With the launch last August of their e-consultation platform, Let’s Talk Nuclear Safety, anyone wishing to provide feedback or review the feedback already received can do so directly on the site.
The IRPA International Congress is a well-recognized flagship of IRPA’s program. It provides opportunities for radiation protection professionals to meet, exchange experiences, and share good practice.
A Report from the 2020 Virtual American Association of Radon Scientists and Technologists (AARST) International Radon Symposium
The 34th AARST International Radon Symposium and Trade Show, held November 9 to 13, 2020, was completely virtual.