Some Considerations on Intervention Levels and Decision-Making on Countermeasures for Nuclear Emergency
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This paper is intended to introduce the new recommendations of ICRP and IAEA to the practice of emergency preparedness and response. It estimates tentatively intervention levels for Japan as a case study with a human capital approach, describes a decision-making procedure with emphasis on decision-making in the early phase of an accident, and finally the authors' venture on the responsibilities of national and local competent authorities as well as the management of nuclear power plants for decision-making in nuclear emergency preparedness and response.
- Jpn. J. Health Phys.
Jpn. J. Health Phys. 31(2), 169-176, 1996-06
Japan Health Physics Society