Year 2018, Volume 39, Issue 1, Pages 80 - 86 2018-03-16

Technical Aspects of the Quality Management System (QMS) for the Radiation Dosimetry Laboratory at ELI-NP Facility
ELI-NP Tesislerinde Radyasyon Dozimetri Laboratuvarı için Kalite Yönetim Sisteminin (QMS) Teknik Yönleri

Dorina ARANGHEL [1] , Doina STANCIU [2] , Chivuta-Ramona BADITA [3] , Ana STOCHIOIU [4] , Ion TUDOR [5]

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The individual and environmental passive monitoring program of the Extreme Light Infrastructure - Nuclear Physics (ELI-NP) will use a combination of Optically Stimulated Luminescence (OSL) and Solid State Nuclear Track Detector – (SSNTD) detectors. The OSL dosimeters are dedicated for X-rays/gamma radiation monitoring and will contain BeO detectors which provide the personal dose equivalent and the ambient dose equivalent or the directional dose equivalent according to SR EN 62387-1:2012. The SSNTDs are from poly-allyl diglycol carbonate (CR39), whose performance and test requirements are conform to the criteria of ISO 21909-1:2015 and ISO 8529-3:1998 standards. All the activities of the Radiation Dosimetry Laboratory from ELI-NP will comply the requirements of the ISO/IEC 17025:2005 standard. This paper presents the management of the technical aspects of Quality Management System (QMS) implemented in the Radiation Dosimetry Laboratory ELI-NP facility, Romania. The accuracy and reliability of laboratory tests are determined by factors such as human factors; accommodation and environmental conditions; methods of analyzing and validating methods; used equipment; traceability of the measurement; sampling; manipulation of measurement items. All of the factors above will contribute to total measurement uncertainty. For this purpose an important role it has the effective management of the technical aspects of the QMS.

ELI-NP (Aşırı Hafif Altyapı - Nükleer Fizik) 'nin bireysel ve çevresel pasif izleme programı, Optik Uyarılmış Lüminesans (OSL) ve Katı Hal Nükleer İz Dedektörü (SSNTD) dedektörlerinin bir kombinasyonunu kullanacaktır. OSL dozimetreleri, X-ışınları/gama radyasyon izlemesi için ayrılmışlardır ve kişisel doz eşdeğerini ve ortam dozu eşdeğerini veya SR EN 62387-1: 2012'ye göre yönelimli doz eşdeğerini sağlayan BeO detektörlerini içerecektir. SSNTD'ler, performans ve test gereklilikleri ISO 21909-1: 2015 ve ISO 8529-3: 1998 standartlarına uygun olan poli-allil diglikol karbonattan (CR39) oluşmaktadır. ELI-NP'den Radyasyon Dozimetri Laboratuvarı'nın tüm aktiviteleri ISO/IEC 17025: 2005 standardının gerekliliklerini karşılayacaktır. Bu makale, Romanya'daki Radyasyon Dozimetri Laboratuvarı ELI-NP tesisinde uygulanan Kalite Yönetim Sisteminin (QMS) teknik yönlerinin yönetimini sunmaktadır. Laboratuvar testlerinin doğruluğu ve güvenilirliği, insan faktörleri; konaklama ve çevre koşulları; yöntemleri analiz etme ve doğrulama yöntemleri; kullanılan ekipman; ölçümün izlenebilirliği; örnekleme; ölçüm öğelerinin manipülasyonu ile belirlenir. Yukarıdaki faktörlerin tümü, toplam ölçüm belirsizliğine katkıda bulunacaktır. Bu amaçla, QMS'nin teknik yönlerinin etkili bir şekilde yönetilmesi önemli bir rol oynar.

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Primary Language en
Subjects Basic Sciences
Journal Section Natural Sciences
Authors

Author: Dorina ARANGHEL (Primary Author)
Institution: National Institute for Nuclear Physics and Engineering, Reactorului 30, RO-077125, POB-MG6 Bucharest-Magurele, Romania
Country: Romania


Author: Doina STANCIU
Institution: National Institute for Nuclear Physics and Engineering, Reactorului 30, RO-077125, POB-MG6 Bucharest-Magurele, Romania
Country: Romania


Author: Chivuta-Ramona BADITA
Institution: National Institute for Nuclear Physics and Engineering, Reactorului 30, RO-077125, POB-MG6 Bucharest-Magurele, Romania
Country: Romania


Author: Ana STOCHIOIU

Author: Ion TUDOR

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APA ARANGHEL, D , STANCIU, D , BADITA, C , STOCHIOIU, A , TUDOR, I . (2018). Technical Aspects of the Quality Management System (QMS) for the Radiation Dosimetry Laboratory at ELI-NP Facility. Cumhuriyet Science Journal, 39 (1), 80-86. DOI: 10.17776/csj.363633
MLA ARANGHEL, D , STANCIU, D , BADITA, C , STOCHIOIU, A , TUDOR, I . "Technical Aspects of the Quality Management System (QMS) for the Radiation Dosimetry Laboratory at ELI-NP Facility". Cumhuriyet Science Journal 39 (2018): 80-86 <http://dergipark.org.tr/csj/issue/36110/363633>
Chicago ARANGHEL, D , STANCIU, D , BADITA, C , STOCHIOIU, A , TUDOR, I . "Technical Aspects of the Quality Management System (QMS) for the Radiation Dosimetry Laboratory at ELI-NP Facility". Cumhuriyet Science Journal 39 (2018): 80-86
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ISNAD ARANGHEL, Dorina , STANCIU, Doina , BADITA, Chivuta-Ramona , STOCHIOIU, Ana , TUDOR, Ion . "Technical Aspects of the Quality Management System (QMS) for the Radiation Dosimetry Laboratory at ELI-NP Facility". Cumhuriyet Science Journal 39 / 1 (March 2018): 80-86. https://doi.org/10.17776/csj.363633