Dariusz Kluszczyński

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Following the publication of the EU Council Directive 96/29, EURADOS coordinated two working groups (WGs) for promoting the process of harmonisation on individual monitoring of occupationally exposed persons in Europe. An overview of the major findings of the second WG is presented. Information on the technical and quality standards and on the accreditation(More)
Track detectors are very useful devices for alpha particle dosimetry. Alpha particle tracks are registered on the detector's surface. The registered track density is proportional to the dose. When the dose is low the greatest effect on the total error of dose assessment has a Poisson distribution (random error). When the dose is high, the greatest(More)
Results of performance tests verifying the dosimetric properties of dosimetric systems are published in various reports (e.g. IAEA and EURADOS). However, there is hardly any information in the open literature relating to the uncertainty in a dose measurement or in the annual dose, which is increased by failure of the evaluation or data management system,(More)
The paper presents the most recent data, collected 1987-1989, on concentrations of 222Rn products in the air of all Polish underground non-uranium mines, and data on the exposure of the miners employed there. The concentrations and exposure of miners were evaluated by using 'passive' dosimeters, based on the track-etch solid state nuclear track detector,(More)
Track dosemeters are very useful devices for dose assessment. The low cost and relatively simple procedures of dose calculation allow the mass distribution of track dosemeters in the population of exposed people. Because of the large number of measurements, observations may be made that would not be possible if the number of measurements were low. One such(More)
UNLABELLED BACKGROUND. The towns of Zgierz, Ozorków, Stryków and Głowno are located in the central part of Poland, 10 to 30 km to the north of Lódiź. Large surface water reservoirs are not available in that region, and the inhabitants of this region are supplied with drinking water from deep water sources. Literature data show that water from deep wells may(More)
The paper presents the results realised simultaneously by two different and independent systems of measurement of an assessment of miners' exposure to radon daughter products which naturally occur in the air of mines. The first one, called the Air Sampling System (ASS), was based on the field monitoring of radon progeny in air, the second one, called the(More)
This paper discusses occupational exposure to chemical carcinogens in Poland in 2001 based on data obtained from the Central Register of Carcinogen Agents (CRCA). The data on 3017 enterprises, in which employees were exposed to chemical carcinogens (chemicals, mixtures and technological processes involving carcinogenic agents) were collected by CRCA in(More)
The paper presents some aspects of radiation hazard which occurs in a non-nuclear sector of industry, namely radiation hazard in non-uranium underground mines. The radiation hazard is caused in each type of underground mine by the naturally occurring noble radioactive gas-radon (222Rn) and radioactive products of its decay 218Po, 214Pb, 214Bi/214Po the(More)