AW: [ RadSafe ] Old Reports
franz.schoenhofer at chello.at
Thu Mar 30 12:40:37 CST 2006
I think the best way to retrieve a copy of an IAEA report would be to search
for it on the IAEA website, which can without any problem be found by
conducting a "google" search with the search term "IAEA". Time for doing
this I estimate for several seconds. Similarily I think you should be able
to do a similar research on NRC, which hopefully will give you a result also
within a few seconds.
However I do not believe that you will find anywhere a report on a I-193
implant, because this radionuclide simply does not exist, and especially no
"Inidana Co PA Hospital" might be known.
OK, now I am sure to be again called "uncooperative", "unhelpful",
"arrogant" or whatsoever is preferred by some single RADSAFErs. Never mind,
I still think that before asking RADSAFE, which undoubtably provides a
heaven of information, one should do a search of one own on the internet. I
think that RADSAFE is for details.
PhD, MR iR
> -----Ursprüngliche Nachricht-----
> Von: radsafe-bounces at radlab.nl [mailto:radsafe-bounces at radlab.nl] Im
> Auftrag von Gaglierd, Tony
> Gesendet: Donnerstag, 30. März 2006 19:41
> An: 'radsafe at radlab.nl'
> Betreff: [ RadSafe ] Old Reports
> I'm trying to locate a source or link to get copies of the following
> that I lost in a flood several years ago.
> IAEA Report on the Jaurez Mexico CO 60 incident
> NRC Report on the Shewell Cs-137 well loging source rupture and
> NRC report on the I -193 implant loss from an Inidana Co PA Hospital and
> Employee exposure at the BFI Transfer Station in Carnegia PA
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