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Statistics of individual doses of JAERI for the past 48 years

Shiraishi, Akemi; Sekiguchi, Masato; Tachibana, Haruo ; Yoshizawa, Michio  ; Komuro, Yuji*; Nemoto, Kiyoko*; Okawa, Ikuko*

In Japan Atomic Energy Research Institute (JAERI), individual monitoring and dose data recording for radiation workers have been conducted since 1957, the next year of which JAERI was established. This report compiles the statistics of individual doses, such as average doses, collective doses, the number of radiation workers and dose distributions, over the past 48 years from 1957 to 2005, when JAERI merged with Japan Nuclear Cycle Development Institute into Japan Atomic Energy Agency. Transition of the statistics showed the history of radiation works in JAERI and many efforts for dose reduction based on the ALARA principle recommended by ICRP. In addition, it was found from the analysis of cumulative distributions that, in recent years, there was a specific work-group exposed to significantly high dose compared with other workers.



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