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REGIONALNI PROJEKTI

Regionalni projekti tehnične pomoči in sodelovanja potekajo v štirih regijah: v Afriki, Aziji in Pacifiku, Latinski Ameriki in Evropi.

 

V Evropski regiji, poleg Slovenije, sodeluje še 31 držav članic. To so: Albanija, Armenija, Azerbajdžan, Belorusija, Bolgarija, Bosna in Hercegovina, Ciper, Češka republika, Črna gora, Estonija, Grčija, Gruzija, Hrvaška, Kazahstan, Kirgizistan, Latvija, Litva, Madžarska, Makedonija, Malta, Moldavija, Poljska, Portugalska, Romunija, Ruska federacija, Slovaška, Slovenija, Srbija, Tadžikistan, Turčija, Ukrajina in Uzbekistan.

 

Regionalne projekte predlagajo IAEA ali države članice oz. skupina držav članic, ki imajo skupen interes in potrebe.

 

V okviru regionalnih projektov IAEA pripravlja gradivo za izobraževanje na daljavo in organizira tečaje, delavnice, skupinske aktivnosti, tehnične sestanke, ekspertske misije ter druge oblike usposabljanja in izpopolnjevanja. IAEA tudi krije vse stroške udeležbe na regionalnih tečajih oz. delavnicah  (prevoz, prenočišče in dnevnice).

 

Izobraževanje v okviru regionalnih projektov:

 

  • Regionalni tečaji so namenjeni mlajšim strokovnjakom do štirideset let, izjemoma tudi starejšim. Udeleženci na tečajih izpopolnjujejo svoje znanje in spoznavajo nove vsebine,

 

  • Regionalne delavnice so namenjene tako mlajšim strokovnjakom kot tistim z nekajletnimi oz. dolgoletnimi izkušnjami. Za udeležbo na delavnicah je potrebna aktivna udeležba (referat oz. predstavitev),

 

  • Tehnični sestanki, ki  se jih udeležujejo profilirani strokovnjaki, ki na sestankih aktivno sodelujejo in delijo svoje znanje z drugimi kolegi.

 

 

Svet guvernerjev je za obdobje 2016 – 2017 potrdil 28 regionalnih projektov.

  

- Supporting Overall Programme Management and Sustainability (RER/0/041) 
- Establishing and Enhancing National Legal Frameworks (RER/0/042)
- Apportioning Air Pollution Sources on a Regional Scale (RER/1/015)
- Enhancing Utilization and Safety of Research Reactors (RER/1/016)
- Using Advanced Radiation Technologies for Materials Processing (RER/1/017)
- Strengthening Nuclear Power Plant Lifetime Management for Long Term Operation (RER/2/012)
- Enhancing Energy Planning, Nuclear Power Infrastructure Development and Nuclear Safety Regulatory Oversight (RER/2/013)
- Supporting the Managementof of Fruit Flies in the Balkans and the Eastern   Mediterranean(RER/5/021)
- Establishing Genetic Control Programmes for Aedes Invasive Mosquitoes (RER/5/022) - Strengthening Quality Assurance and Quality Control in Diagnostic X Rays (RER/6/032)
- Strengthening Knowledge of Radiation Therapy Professionals (RER/6/033)
- Applying Nuclear Techniques to Design and Evaluate Interventions to Prevent and Control Obesity in Adolescents in South-Eastern Europe (RER/6/034)
- Strengthening Single Photon Emission Computed Tomography/Computed Tomography and Positron Emission Tomography Hybrid Imaging Applications for Diagnosis of Chronic Diseases, including Cancer (RER/6/035)
- Supporting Radiological Management of Abandoned Areas Following the Chernobyl Accident and Dissemination of Chernobyl Related Information (RER/7/007)
- Strengthening Capabilities for Radionuclide Measurement in the Environment and Enhancing QA/QC System for Environmental Radioactivity Monitoring (RER/7/008)
- Strengthening Capacity for Harmonized Risk Assessment of Nuclear Facilities and Natural Hazards (RER/9/133)
- Enhancing Safety in Accordance with the IAEA Action Plan on Nuclear Safety (RER/9/134)
- Strengthening Radiation Protection of Patients and Medical Exposure Control (RER/9/135)
- Reducing Public Exposure to Radon by Supporting the Implementation and Further Development of National Strategies (RER/9/136) 
- Enhancing National Capabilities for Response to Nuclear and Radiological Emergencies Improving Operational Safety of Nuclear Power Plants (RER/9/137)
- Enhancing Capabilities in the Member States for Management of Decommissioning Projects  (RER/9/138)
- Strengthening Inspection Capabilities of Regulatory Authorities (Phase II) (RER/9/139)
- Strengthening Protection of Radiation Workers and Occupational Exposure Monitoring(RER/9/140)
- Improving National Infrastructures for Safety (RER/9/141)
- Establishing Sustainable Education and Training Infrastructures for Building Competence in Radiation Safety (RER/9/142)
- Enhancing Radioactive Waste Management Capabilities (RER/9/143)
- Building Capacity for Infrastructure Development and Safety Assessment of Water Cooled Water Moderated Power Reactor Technology with Advanced Safety Features: the Case of WWER/PWR (RER/9/144)
- Supporting Human Resource Capacity Building for Developing and Implementing Integrated Programmes for Remediation of the Areas Affected by Uranium Mining (RER/9/145).  

 

Kontaktne točke regionalnih projektov 2016 - 2017:

 

RER0042 Establishing and Enhancing National Legal Frameworks 

Igor Sirc, URSJV (Slovenija sodeluje z eksperti)

 
RER1016 Enhancing Utilization and Safety of Research Reactors 

Borut Smodiš, IJS

 

RER2012 Strengthening Nuclear Power Plant Lifetime Management for Long Term Operation 

Matjaž Podjavoršek, URSJV

 

RER2013 Enhancing Energy Planning, Nuclear Power Infrastructure Development and Nuclear Safety Regulatory Oversight 

Matjaž Podjavoršek, URSJV

 

RER6035 Strengthening Single Photon Emission Computed Tomography/Computed Tomography and Positron Emission Tomography Hybrid Imaging Applications for Diagnosis of Chronic Diseases, including Cancer

Luka Ležaić, KNM

 

RER6032 Strengthening Quality Assurance and Quality Control in Diagnostic X rays  Dejan Žontar, URSVS

 

RER6033 Strengthening Knowledge of Radiation Therapy Professionals (Radiation Oncologists, Medical Physicists and Radiation Therapy Technologists) 

Božidar Casar, OI


RER9145 Supporting Human Resource Capacity Building for Developing and Implementing Integrated Programmes for Remediation of the Areas Affected by Uranium Mining

Polona Tavčar, URSJV

 

RER9143 Enhancing Radioactive Waste Management Capabilities

Leon Kegel, ARAO


RER9139 Strengthening Inspection Capabilities of Regulatory Authorities (Phase II) Matjaž Pristavec, URSJV

  
RER9141 Improving National Infrastructures for Safety 

Aleš Škraban, URSJV

 

RER7007 Supporting Radiological Management of Abandoned Areas Following the Chernobyl Accident and Dissemination of Chernobyl Related Information

Borut Smodiš (Slovenija sodeluje z eksperti)

 

RER5021 Supporting the Management of Fruit Flies in the Balkans and the Eastern Mediterranean

Mojca Rot, Kmetijsko gozdarski zavod Nova Gorica

 

RER1015 Apportioning Air Pollution Sources on a Regional Scale

David Kocman, IJS

 

RER7008 Strengthening Capabilities for Radionuclide Measurement in the Environment and Enhancing QA/QC System for Environmental Radioactivity Monitoring 

Denis Glavič-Cindro, IJS


RER9144 Building Capacity for Infrastructure Development and Safety Assessment of Water Cooled Water Moderated Power Reactor Technology with Advanced Safety Features: the Case of WWER/PWR

Andreja Peršič, URSJV


RER9133 Strengthening Capacity for Harmonized Risk Assessment of Nuclear Facilities and Natural Hazards

Siniša Cimeša, URSJV

 

RER9135 Strengthening Radiation Protection of Patients and Medical Exposure Control

Dejan Žontar, URSVS

 

RER9137 Enhancing National Capabilities for Response to Nuclear and Radiological Emergencies 

Marjan Tkavc, URSJV


RER9134 Enhancing Safety in Accordance with the IAEA Action Plan on Nuclear Safety

Siniša Cimeša, URSJV


RER9142 Establishing Sustainable Education and Training Infrastructures for Building Competence in Radiation Safety

Igor Jenčič, IJS


RER9138 Enhancing Capacities in the Member States for Management of Decommissioning Projects

Sandi Viršek, ARAO

 

RER9136 Reducing Public Exposure to Radon by Supporting the Implementation and Further Development of National Strategies

Tomaž Šutej, URSVS

 

RER9140 Strengthening Protection of Radiation Workers and Occupational Exposure Monitoring (Slovenija sodeluje z eksperti)