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Le projet de nouvelles recommandations de la CIPR : une approche élargie de l’optimisation de la radioprotection

  • J. Lochard (a1)
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Dans le cadre de la préparation de ses nouvelles recommandations, la CIPR a développé un texte entièrement consacré au principe d’optimisation de la protection. Ce texte, qui s’inscrit dans la lignée des publications antérieures de la Commission sur le sujet (Publications 37 et 45) rappelle la nécessité d’adopter une approche pragmatique en faisant appel aux techniques quantitatives quand elles sont pertinentes tout en gardant à l’esprit que le savoir-faire et l’expérience sont souvent suffisants pour assurer une protection de qualité. Enfin, il vise essentiellement à adapter la démarche de l’optimisation aux évolutions récentes en matière de gestion du risque, qui mettent l’accent de plus en plus sur l’implication directe des acteurs concernés dans les processus de préparation des décisions.

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[1] ICRP Publication 22 (1973) Implication of Commission Recommendations that Doses be Kept as Low as Readily Achievable. Pergamon Press, Oxford.
[2] ICRP Publication 26 (1977) Recommendations of the International Commission on Radiological Protection, Ann. ICRP 1(3). Superseded by ICRP Publication 60.
[3] ICRP Publication 37 (1983) Cost-Nenefit Analysis in the Optimization of Radiation Protection, Ann. ICRP 10(2/3).
[4] ICRP Publication 45 (1986) Quantitative Bases for Developing a Unified Index of Harm, Ann. ICRP 15(3).
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[6] ICRP Publication 73 (1996) Radiological Protection and Safety in Medicine, Ann. ICRP 26(2).
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Radioprotection
  • ISSN: 0033-8451
  • EISSN: 1769-700X
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