Dariusz Kluszczyński

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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)
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)
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)
This paper presents the theory of estimating miners' radiation hazard, using the values of radon daughters' concentration in the work-environment. All measurement results can be obtained with any technique beginning with instant measurement and ending with long-term dosimetry. The measurements carried out in metal ore mines show that the seasonal changes in(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)
Occupational exposure to chemical carcinogens in Poland, based on the data provided by the Central Register of Carcinogenic Agents, is presented. More than 220,000 employees in 2376 enterprises were exposed to chemical substances, mixtures and technological processes recognized as carcinogenic. The majority of them were present in the three regions(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)
The paper describes the calibration procedure for and data obtained from routine X-ray dosimetry service in Poland. In 1998 the number of readouts amounted to 152,000. The dosimetry concerned 31,281 workers in 3,113 enterprises. The annual collective dose was assessed to be 16.7 man.Sv. The analysis of the calibration quality is discussed as well. Only 2.9%(More)