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 Sri Lanka Atomic Energy Board

The Atomic Energy Board (AEB) of Sri Lanka is a Statutory Body functioning under the Ministry of Power and Energy which was established by the Sri Lanka Atomic Energy Act No.40 of 2014.Radiation and Radioisotope Technology has a wide range of applications in many fields that can make a significant contribution to the development of medical, agricultural, industrial, energy and environmental sectors in Sri Lanka. The Atomic Energy Board (AEB) has the responsibility of facilitating the utilization of this technology in the above-mentioned sectors in Sri Lanka.

New Act of Sri Lanka Atomic Energy

The ATOMIC ENERGY AUTHORITY (AEA) which was established by the Sri Lanka Atomic Energy Authority Act, Number 19 of 1969, has been repealed and two institutions The Sri Lanka Atomic Energy Board and The Sri Lanka Atomic Energy Regulatory Council, have been established by the Sri Lanka Atomic Energy Act, No. 40 of 2014. The new Act was published as a Supplement to Part II of the Gazette of the Democratic Socialist Republic of Sri Lanka of November 07th, 2014.

Sri Lanka Atomic Energy Act, No. 40 of 2014 certified on 04th November, 2014, empowers the Sri Lanka Atomic Energy Board (AEB) to carry out activities to promote and encourage the use of Nuclear Science and Technology for national development purposes; while the Atomic Energy Regulatory Council for the regulation of practices involving ionizing radiation, the safety and security of sources and the Non- Proliferation of nuclear weapons and the safeguards.

The Sri Lanka Atomic Energy Board permits the beneficial and peaceful applications of nuclear science and technology in health, industry, environment and agriculture, for national development within Sri Lanka.

The Sri Lanka Atomic Energy Regulatory Council ensures adequate protection of individuals, society and the environment now and in the future, against the potentially harmful effects of ionizing radiation and for the safety and security of radiation sources, by the establishment and maintenance of a regulatory control system, including the adoption of standards, licensing system, inspection and enforcement to govern all practices involving ionizing radiation.

The New Act fulfills obligations of the government of Sri Lanka under relevant international instruments in the field of nuclear energy entered into by Sri Lanka, and in particular the Treaty on the Non-Proliferation of Nuclear Weapons and the Safeguards Agreements.The new Act came into operation on 1st January 2015.

 

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IAEA Expert Mission to "Support National Nuclear Institutions (NNIs) in Member States (MSs) in developing institutional capacities towards self-reliance and sustainability"

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The International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) has designed regional project to Support National Nuclear Institutions (NNIs) in Member States in developing their institutional capacities towards self-reliance and sustainability. Under this project, (Project code of RAS0080), IAEA organized an expert mission for a workshop, upon SLAEB’s request, to convey the IAEA activities which has done towards integrating Computer Model for Feasibility Analysis and Reporting (COMFAR) with EMPOWER software to include macroeconomic effects. COMFAR facilitates short and long term analysis of financial and economic consequences for industrial and non-industrial projects. The workshop was conducted by IAEA expert, Dr. Ian Peter Swainson, at National Center for Non-Destructive Testing (NCNDT) of Sri Lanka Atomic Energy Board (SLAEB) for the above purpose from 08th to 09th August 2019.                                             

The 12 participants, representing various Divisions and Sections of SLAEB, actively attended the workshop. Dr. Swainson delivered presentations on COMFAR with practical exercises as well as on economic feasibility analysis of establishment of a Cyclotron facility in Sri Lanka.

 

Training Course on QA/QC of Nuclear Instruments / Counting Systems for Technical Personnel from 29th to 31st October 2019

Training Course on QA/QC of Nuclear Instruments / Counting Systems for Technical Personnel 

This is to kindly inform you that Sri Lanka Atomic Energy Board (SLAEB) has planned to conduct the above training course from 29th to 31st October 2019.

The purpose of the training course is to provide theoretical knowledge and practical experience on Quality Assurance (QA)/Quality Control (QC) of nuclear and related measurement instrumentation used in laboratories. The prospectus, course contents and a specimen of application form are attached herewith.

The course fee is highly subsidized and only limited number of persons can be enrolled. As such, it is kindly requested to make necessary arrangement with relevant institutes/departments/laboratories under your purview so that they can nominate their respective personnel. Then, they can apply the course sending duly filled application form to Sri Lanka Atomic Energy Board through official channels on or before 31th August 2019

For enrollment.

Attachments: Prospectus, Course contents and a Specimen of application

 

 

 

 

SLAEB Handed over Radiation Measurement and Detection devices to the Airport & Aviation Services (Sri Lanka) Limited.

dg2Sri Lanka Atomic Energy Board (SLAEB) Handed over the set of Nuclear Security Detection Instruments to the Airport & Aviation Services (Sri Lanka) Limited. These equipment were donated by the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) through Sri Lanka Atomic Energy Board (SLAEB) under the ongoing project of “Integrated Nuclear Security Support Plan (INSSP) for Sri Lanka”. This project is a collaborative project of SLAEB, Sri Lanka Customs, Sri Lankan Airlines Limited and Airport & Aviation Services (Sri Lanka) Limited. It is expected to enhance the Airport & Aviation Services (Sri Lanka) Limited’s capacity in nuclear security detection and respond under this project.

 

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Expert mission to develop methodologies in the analysis of stable isotopes using Isotope Ratio Mass Spectrometer (IRMS) and the awareness programme

dg2Stable isotope techniques are tools used by researchers worldwide in authenticating foodstuffs, tracing the drugs,identifying food adulterants, pollution monitoring, ground water monitoring, studies in marine ecosystems, diagnosis of diseases, understanding metabolic pathways in humans, and to answer many fundamental questions in nature. Stable isotopes already play an important role in research today and will become even more important for researchers in the future. Hence the Sri Lanka Atomic Energy Board (SLAEB) is in the process of developing methodologies in the analysis of stable isotopes using Isotope Ratio Mass Spectrometric (IRMS) techniques. SLAEB has established the first ever IRMS laboratory in Sri Lanka at its laboratory complex located Colombo, Sri Lanka through the technical cooperation of International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) and on a Government cost sharing.

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