The Zambia Radiation Protection Authority conducts a training course in Lusaka on safe transportation of uranium ore and radioactive sources
In line with the Implementation Plan of the EU-funded Project MC 5.01 15B “Support to Southern African States in Nuclear Safety and Safeguards”, the Zambia Radiation Protection Authority (RPA) in collaboration with the International Science and Technology Center (ISTC) hosted a training course on nuclear transportation safety in Lusaka from 1 through 6 July 2019. The fifty-three participants were from the customs office, government ministries, regulatory bodies, customs clearing agents, national anti-terrorism institution, hospitals (Nuclear Medicine divisions), mining industries, uranium exploration company, a research and training centre, companies involved in industrial radiography and transportation companies. The training had participants from customs offices from two neighboring countries namely DRC and Mozambique.
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