Medical Radiology and Radiation Safety. 2020. Vol. 65. No. 3. P. 27–30

B.E. Serebryakov

About of the Necessary of Corrections of the NRB-99/2009 and OSPORB-99/2010

A.I. Burnasyan Federal Medical Biophysical Center, Moscow, Russia, This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.


Purpose: The Basic Sanitary Rules (OSPORB-99/2010) and the Standards of Radiation Safety (NRB-99/2009) contain requirements on the treatment of radionuclide contaminated materials and waste, but non-radioactive substances and radioactive waste. The aim of this work is to develop recommendations for adjustment of OSPORB-99/2010 and NRB-99/2009 for radiation safety of current and future generations of people.

Results: Identified and justified by the shortcomings of NRB-99/2009 and OSPORB-99/2010 governing the treatment of materials and waste contaminated by radionuclides, but non-radioactive substances and radioactive waste, which can lead to overexposure of present and future generations of people. Developed and justified proposals for adjustments to NRB-99/2009 and OSPORB-99/2010.

Conclusions: It was proposed adjustment of NRB-99/2009 and OSPORB-99-2010:

  • in NRB-99/2009 it was proposed to delete from paragraph 5.3.4 the provisions regulating the use of materials for road construction;
  • in OSPORB-99/2010 the return to OSPORB-99 on establishment of the lower border of wastes and materials of limited use on total alpha and beta-activity is offered.

Key words: радиоактивные загрязнения, отходы, материалы, удельная активность, облучение населения

For citation: Serebryakov BE. About of the Necessary of Corrections of the NRB-99/2009 and OSPORB-99/2010. Medical Radiology and Radiation Safety. 2020;65(3):27-30. (In Russ.).

DOI: 10.12737/1024-6177-2020-65-3-27-30

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Conflict of interest. The authors declare no conflict of interest.

Financing. The study had no sponsorship.

Contribution. Article was prepared with equal participation of the authors.

Article received: 05.02.2018.

Accepted for publication: 24.06.2020.