24 Jun 2022 by itsadmin

ISTC African projects presented at IAEA conference on safety and security of radioactive sources

ISTC participated in the International Conference on the Safety and Security of Radioactive Sources: Accomplishments and Future Endeavours, convened by the IAEA and the Weapons Threat Reduction Program of Global Affairs Canada, from 20 to 24 June 2022 in Vienna. The event brought together more than 600 senior government officials, and representatives from organizations involved in […]
18 May 2022 by itsadmin

The results from the SADC Project presented at a SAIIA event in South Africa

On 13 May 2022, the South Africa Institute for International Affairs (SAIIA) convened in Pretoria a conference entitled Loud and Nuclear: The Peaceful Application of Nuclear Science and Technology in the Development Agenda. The event crowned SAIIA’s ‘Atoms 4 Development Project’, funded by the Norwegian Ministry of Foreign Affairs. Presenters and participants at three panel discussions […]
11 Apr 2022 by itsadmin

At the SADC Project’s final meeting NRN adopts important decisions while Zimbabwe and Zambia sign a bilateral MoU on cooperation

On 7 and 8 April the Joint Meeting of the Steering Committee of EU Project MC 5.01/15B and the SADC Nuclear Regulators Network (NRN) continued its sessions at Victoria Falls, Zimbabwe, covering an extensive agenda and taking stock of the achievements of the Project. The South African expert Paul Hinrichsen, Coordinator of the FNRBA Working […]
30 Mar 2022 by itsadmin

NTSC shares experience with African partners under the SADC project

International Science and Technology Center (ISTC) is currently conducting the second phase of the EU-funded Project MC 5.01 15B Support to the Southern African States (SADC) in Nuclear Safety and Safeguards. The main objective of the Project is to strengthen and harmonize the nuclear regulatory frameworks in the participating countries for sustainable uranium mining, milling, processing […]
11 Feb 2022 by itsadmin

NTSC shares Kazakh experience in nuclear safety with African partners from SADC

11 february 2022 International Science and Technology Center (ISTC) is currently conducting the second phase of the EU-funded Project MC 5.01 15B Support to the Southern African States (SADC) in Nuclear Safety and Safeguards. The main objective of the Project is to strengthen and harmonize the nuclear regulatory frameworks in the participating countries for sustainable uranium […]
28 Jan 2022 by itsadmin

Released a new version of the system – ITS 3.0

On 28 January 2022 a new version of the ITS system was released. The new functionalities include: New shipment lifecycle state – “Cancel Shipment” action – can be performed at Shipment List view and Shipment Track view; Domestic shipments restrictions for sysadmins – the domestic shipments are accessible only to users from the country in […]
19 Jan 2022 by itsadmin

REPORT ON THE COMBINED ITS TRAINING FOR ZAMBIA, DRC AND ZIMBABWE

19 january 2022 The Radiation Protection Authority for the Republic of Zambia, Radiation Protection Authority of Zimbabwe, Comite Natinal De Protection Contre Les Rayonnements Ionisants of Democratic republic of Congo (DRC), Software company and the International Science and Technology Centre (Kazakhstan) hosted a virtual and physical training on the use of the web-based system for monitoring nuclear […]
21 Dec 2021 by itsadmin

ISTC takes part in the IAEA International Conference on the Safe and Secure Transport of Nuclear and Radioactive Materials (13–17 December 2021, Vienna)

21 december 2021 In the week of 13 to 17 December 2021, the IAEA organized the International Conference on the Safe and Secure Transport of Radioactive Materials, designed to evaluate the prevailing conditions of the transport of nuclear and radioactive materials. More than 20 million shipments of such material occur globally per year, and a […]