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Occupational Radiation Protection Action Plan

Second Meeting of the Steering Committee of the International Action Plan for Occupational Radiation Protection - 25 to 27 January 2006

The first International Conference on Occupational Radiation Protection was held in Geneva from 26 to 30 August 2002. The Conference produced a number of important findings and recommendations. Based on them, an Action Plan for Occupational Radiation Protection was developed by the IAEA in co-operation with the ILO, reviewed by the organizations involved in the Geneva Conference and approved by the IAEA Board of Governors on 8 September 2003. In order to ensure the successful implementation of the Action Plan the IAEA and ILO have established a Steering Committee with the overall remit to advise on, monitor, and assist in the practical implementation of the Action Plan. Participants in the Steering Committee consist of representatives of a number of interested Member States and interested international organizations including employers' and workers' organizations.

The first meeting of the Steering Committee was held in Vienna 4-6 February 2004. The second meeting took place on the 25 to 27 January 2006. final report

The third meeting of the Steering Committee took place on 28 to 30 January, 2008. The provisional agenda and progress report for 2007 served as working material.

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