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The Radiological accident at the irradiation facility in Nesvizh.

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        StatementInternational Atomic Energy Agency
        PublishersInternational Atomic Energy Agency
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        LC Classifications1996
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        Paginationxvi, 92 p. :
        Number of Pages89
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        ISBN 109201013965
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The operator received extensive medical treatment but died 113 days later. UNSCEAR, 2000, "Annex E: Occupational radiation exposures," in Sources and Effects of Ionizing Radiation: United Nations Scientific Committee on the Effects of Atomic Radiation UNSCEAR 2000 Report to the General Assembly, with Scientific Annexes, Volume I: Sources, UNSCEAR, on line at UNSCEAR [].

Within 3 minutes of exiting he experienced nausea and diarrhea after an additional 13 minutes.

Nesvizh irradiator accident, 1991

The source was exposed at the time, and the operator walked to within 0. He received a whole body dose of 1,250 rem and localized doses of up to 1,800 rem. IAEA, June 1996, The Radiological Accident at the Irradiation Facility in Nesvizh, IAEA Vienna, Austriaon line at IAEA []. Last modified 26 October 2008. Wheatley, 2000, "Lessons from major radiation accidents," on line, Internationl Radiation Protection Association []. 5 m of the source before realizing his error and exiting, spending between 1 and 2 minutes in the irradiation room.

Turai, Istvan, and Katalin Veress, 2001, "Radiation accidents: Occurrence, types, consequences, medical management, and the lessons to be learned," Central European Journal of Occupational and Environmental Medicine, 7:3-14, on line at CEJOEM []. Consequences: 1 fatality 1,250 rem. Although the specific actions are not fully known, an operator 34-year old male failed to follow operating procedures and circumvented safety features in entering the irradiation room to deal with a jam of the product transport system.

Selidovkin, Anna Butturini, and Robert Peter Gale, 1994, "Hematopoietic recovery after 10-Gy acute total body radiation," Blood, 83:596-599. Robert Johnston last modified 26 October 2008 Date: 26 October 1991 Location: Nesvizh, Belarus Type of event: accident at industrial irradiator Description: An accident occurred during repairs at an irradiation facility that used a 30 PBq cobalt-60 source for sterilization of medical equipment.

Nesvizh irradiator accident, 1991 Database of radiological incidents and related events--Johnston's Archive Nesvizh irradiator accident, 1991 compiled by Wm.