Technical Session 2A: Nuclear Forensic Capabilities as an Element of a National Response Plan
- I. Balan (Republic of Moldova)
- M. Kostor (Malaysia)
- Implementing Nuclear Forensics in support of investigations: Model action plan (3 contributed papers) 60 min.
- Radiological crime scene management – Alan King (Interpol), C. Nogueira de Oliveira (IAEA) 20 min.
3 contributed papers (60 min)
Dr F. Wong (US Department of Homeland Security)
7/8/14, 9:00 AM
In recognition of the benefits of nuclear forensics to the implementation of national nuclear security infrastructures, the IAEA published in 2006 as part of its Nuclear Security Series, “Nuclear Forensics Support (Nuclear Security Series No. 2),” which was based on a document entitled “Model Action Plan for Nuclear Forensics and Nuclear Attribution,” developed by the Nuclear Forensics...
97. United Republic of Tanzania National Response Plan for Nuclear Security Events toward utilizing nuclear Forensic to combat illicit trafficking of nuclear materials
Mr A. Muhulo (Republic of Tanzania)
7/8/14, 9:20 AM
In the United Republic of Tanzania (URT) there are wider peaceful application of ionizing radiation in the fields of medicine, Industry, research and teaching. This have leads to importation and exportation of a number of the radioactive source within Tanzania. It is well know that radioactive sources can result to severe radiological risks if they are not well controlled. Recognizing this...
84. South Africa's Nuclear Forensics Response Plan Step 1 - In Support of Nuclear Security Investigations
Mr P.R. Mogafe (South Africa)
7/8/14, 9:40 AM
In South Africa, the nuclear forensics approach and its functions as hosted and managed by Necsa, in support of any nuclear security investigations, start from the incident scene when the nuclear or radioactive material (that is out of regulatory control) is being handled and handed over to Necsa Emergency Control Centre by the South African law enforcement Agencies in the presence of NOMS...
Mr M. ABUISSA (Sudan)
7/8/14, 10:00 AM
Muleta is a small region in Upper Nile State in South of Sudan, very close to the Palouge oil base, with distance about more than 300 Km from the capital “Khartoum”. A projector that contains radioactive source (Ir- 192) of about 1.9 TBq (51.35 Ci), belongs to a Sudanese NDT company was stolen due to poor security measures. Mobile Experts Team (MET) from the regulatory body flew to the region...
Mr W. P. Daeng Beta (Indonesia)
7/8/14, 10:20 AM
Indonesia concerned with the physical protection of nuclear material and nuclear installations, nuclear material accountancy, detection and response to illicit nuclear trafficking, the security and safety of radioactive sources, emergency response measures, including pre-emergency, and the promotion of adherence to relevant international instruments. It is important for Indonesia to...