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Seven posters in the radiation application subject areas of Diagnostic Radiology, Industrial Irradiators, Industrial Radiography, Nuclear Gauges, Nuclear Medicine, Radioactive Tracers and Radiotherapy related to Radiation Protection of Workers have been approved for publication on May 3rd , 2011 by the International Atomic Energy Agency. They represent publicity material for the targeted groups of workers. The posters are being published in hardcopies and electronic versions on the website.

The radiation protection posters on this site are available for free download (subject to conditions specified in 'Intended use' and 'Disclaimer' below).


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Diagnostic
Radiology

English
Chinese
Russian
Portuguese


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Industrial
Irradiators

English
French 
Chinese      Portuguese

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Industrial
Radiography

English
Chinese
French                    
Portuguese

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Nuclear

Gauges

English
Chinese
French
Portuguese

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Nuclear

Medicine

English
Chinese
French
Russian
Portuguese

 

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Radioactive
Tracers

English
Chinese
French
Portuguese

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Radiotherapy

English                 
Chinese
French
Russian
Portuguese


 
 

Intended use

Approved Radiation protection posters may be copied, distributed, displayed, incorporated in customized presentations and used for non-commercial use as long as the source of the material is referenced to the IAEA approved posters. Any commercial organization wishing to use the material of approved posters for financial gain must first receive written permission from the IAEA to use the material and then reference the source.

Disclaimer

If an approved Radiation Protection posters is customized such that it is no longer consistent with international basic safety standards, the user must not characterize the result as an IAEA approved Radiation Protection posters. If an approved posters is translated into any language/s other than the IAEA official languages, the IAEA cannot be held responsible for any translation errors or changes in context that result from the translation.