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Radiation and Nuclear Safety Authority in Finland

The purpose of the Radiation and Nuclear Safety Authority’s (STUK) operations is to protect people, society, the environment and future generations from the harmful effects of radiation.

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The Radiation and Nuclear Safety Authority in Finland coordinates the 22NRM01 TraMeXI (Traceability in medical X-ray imaging dosimetry) project supported by the European Union. The aim of the project is to update existing and develop new calibration and measurement methods to ensure the reliability of patients' radiation exposure measurements.

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The Radiation and Nuclear Safety Authority in Finland coordinates the 22NRM01 TraMeXI (Traceability in medical X-ray imaging dosimetry) project supported by the European Union. The aim of the project is to update existing and develop new calibration and measurement methods to ensure the reliability of patients' radiation exposure measurements.

The training for experts in the use of the equipment and materials of the EU’s common emergency stockpile facilities located in Finland starts at the Radiation and Nuclear Safety Authority. After the training of the first group, the materials and experts are ready to go within at least two days after the request for help has been received.

Radiation and Nuclear Safety Authority’s (STUK) regulation, which will applied from the first day of February onwards, no longer stipulates a five-kilometer precautionary action zone nor a 20-kilometer emergency planning zone around all nuclear ...