Volume 55, May 2020Enhancing stakeholder participation in the governance of radiological risks for improved radiation protection and informed decision making. Key results of the European research project ENGAGE
|Page(s)||S255 - S258|
|Published online||15 May 2020|
Knowledge base concept for designing and documenting participation in radiological protection
VUJE − VUJE, a.s.,
Trnava, Slovak Republic
2 SCK-CEN − Belgian Nuclear Research Centre, Mol, Belgium
3 CEPN – Centre d’étude sur l’évaluation de la protection dans le domaine nucléaire, Fontenay-aux-Roses, France
4 BfS − Federal Office for Radiation Protection, Salzgitter, Germany
5 EIMV – Milan Vidmar Electric Power Research Institute, Ljubljana, Slovenia
6 EEAE – Greek Atomic Energy Commission, Athens, Greece
7 FOPH – Federal Office of Public Health, Bern, Switzerland
8 ULiège − University of Liège, Liège, Belgium
* Corresponding author: email@example.com
The stronger requirements for, and recognition of, stakeholder involvement in radiation protection, and the remaining challenges in translating these into practice, substantiate the need for knowledge sharing through a repository of stakeholder engagement experiences. One of the goals of the ENGAGE project was designing such a knowledge base and exemplifying it with case studies. Existing databases for stakeholder engagement were examined and combined with the focal points of the ENGAGE project. This paper presents the concept of the knowledge base by introducing its structure, which is then illustrated by the radon case studies developed within the ENGAGE project.
Key words: knowledge base / stakeholder engagement / indoor radon / ENGAGE
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