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  1. Office of Atoms for Peace (OAP) Chalathip Kueakob Office of Atoms for Peace (OAP) THAILAND

  2. Office of Atoms for Peace Prime minister Thai Atomic Energy Commission Ministry of Science and Technology 19 Sub-Committees Office of Atoms for Peace Deputy Secretary General (1) Deputy Secretary General (2) Bureau of Nuclear Safety Regulation Office of Secretary Bureau of Radiation Safety Regulation Other Support groups Bureau of Atomic Energy Administration Bureau of Technical Support for Safety Regulation

  3. Office of Atoms for Peace (OAP) Mission ; 1. To formulate policies and strategic plans on the development and utilization of atomic energy, as well as to coordinate the plans and hence move towards realistic practice 2.To perform R&D to promote safe and extensive utilization of Nuclear energy; to transfer nuclear technology and provide capacity for the useful utilization of nuclear technology for national development in medicine, agriculture and industry 3.To regulate and ensure safe utilization of nuclear energy 4.To be a center for technical cooperation and other activities associate with peaceful application of nuclear energy, in collaboration with local and international organizations

  4. Office of Atoms for Peace (OAP) Bureau of Nuclear Safety Regulations (BNSR); 1.To establish rules, regulations, standards and practical guidelines on nuclear safety 2.To evaluate the safety of nuclear facilities to meet the standard 3.To inspect, monitor, and regulate the safe operation of nuclear facilities

  5. Office of Atoms for Peace (OAP) Bureau of Radiation Safety Regulation (BRSR) ; 1.To perform radiation safety regulation and law enforcement 2.To carry out inspection, evaluation, licensing and coordinating of matter related to radiation safety 3.To coordinate with organizations in Thailand and abroad on radiation emergency preparedness

  6. Office of Atoms for Peace (OAP) Bureau of Technical Support for Safety Regulation (BTSR) ; 1.To perform national radiation and radioactivity standardization; to establish and maintain calibration standard; and to certify measurement 2.To carry out environmental radioactivity dosimetry and cooperate or support other in radioactivity monitoring, analysis and assessment in accordance with oblagations of the treaties 3.To assess personal radiation exposure of operators and those involved 4.To regulate, control, inspect and coordinate activities related to atomic energy in Thailand in accordance with the NPT

  7. Office of Atoms for Peace (OAP) Bureau of Atomic Energy Administration (BAEA); 1.To formulate policies and strategic plans on peaceful utilization of atomic energy 2.To promote public relations, and to disseminate and transfer nuclear science and technology to public 3.To perform the coordination, on atomic energy, with international and local organizations, and as agreed with allied countries

  8. Office of Atoms for Peace (OAP) Office of the Secretary (OS); 1.To perform all general administrative work; HRM, correspondences, procurement, finance and accounting and budgeting 2.To provide assistance and secretarial services to the Executive Management

  9. Main responsibilities of OAP * Establish rules, regulations and measure for the control and regulation of the use of nuclear energy and waste management; * To control and regulate peaceful uses of nuclear energy and nuclear facilities through its BRSR and BNSR. Control functions (inspections) in general are performed through competent officials appointed by the Minister who takes charge and control of the execution of the Act; * Cooperate for nuclear affairs and foreign relations;

  10. Responsibility of Regulatory Units at the OAP * Bureau of Nuclear Safety Regulationis responsible for control of nuclear facility. * Bureau of Radiation Safety Regulation is responsible for control of radioactive materials and radiation protection aspects. * Bureau of Atomic Energy Administration is responsible for co-ordination of AEC meeting and legislation aspects. * Bureau of Technical Support for Safety Regulation is responsible for environmental Radioactivity, surveillance, dosimetry and nuclear material control.

  11. Atomic Energy for Peace Act • To protect life, health and property from the hazards of nuclear energy and from the harmful effects of ionizing radiation. • To provide compensation for damage caused by nuclear energy or ionizing radiation. • To prevent danger to the internal or external security from the use or the release of nuclear energy. • To meet its obligations in the field of nuclear energy and protection against radiation.

  12. International Cooperation TECHNICAL COOPERATION PROGRAMME OF THE IAEA - Regional Cooperation Agreement for Research, Development and Training Related to Nuclear Science and Technology for Asia and the Pacific : RCA • 15 Active National TC Projects (2009-2011) Agriculture 3 projects Human Health 4 projects Industry 3 projects Environment 4 projects Radiation Protection 1 project

  13. International Cooperation Country Programme Framework 2006-2011 • Country Program Framework for 2006-2011 sign between the Government of Thailand and IAEA technical cooperation assistance shall be provided to following sectors: • Agriculture • Health • Environment • Energy • Science & Technology • National Development on Nuclear Science & Technology • Utilization of Research Reactor • Radiation Safety and Radioactive Sources Security • Nuclear Safety

  14. International Cooperation Host Government Agreement (HGA) in THAILAND, 2009-2010 • Regional Training Course on Basic Applications of Radiation Modification of Polymers for Agriculture during 19-23 October 2009 in Bangkok 2. Workshop on Safety Assessment for Predisposal Radioactive Waste Management Facilities (ANSN) during 23-27 November 2009 in Bangkok 3. Workshop on Periodic Safety Review of Research Reactors (ANSN)during 30 November- 4 December 2009 in Bangkok 4. FAO/IAEA Regional Training Course on Surveillance of Tephritid Fruit Flies in Support of Planning and Implementing Area-Wide Integrated Pest Management Programme during 18-22 January 2010 in Bangkok

  15. International Cooperation Host Government Agreement (HGA) in THAILAND, 2009- 2010 5. IAEA/RCA Regional Training Course on Basic Application of Radiation Modification of Polymers for Agriculture during 19-23 October 2009 in Bangkok 6. Regional Meeting on Analysis of Non-conformities in Fulfilment of the Requirement of ISO15189 and Biosafety Training especially for BSL3 Laboratories during 9-13 November 2009 7. Regional Workshop to Facilitate the Development and Dissemination of e-Learning Course on the Cyber Platform during 17- 20 May 2010 in Bangkok 8. Regional Training Course on Ventricular Function Evaluation with fated Photon Emission Computed Tomography (SPECT) and Radionuclide Vertriculography (MUGA) , 19-23 July 2010

  16. International Cooperation Host Government Agreement (HGA) in THAILAND, 2009-2010 9. Regional Training Course on Ventricular Function Evaluation with fated Photon Emission Computed Tomography (SPECT) and Radionuclide Vertriculography (MUGA) during 19-23 July 2010 in Bangkok 10. Regional Training Course on Safety Case for Predisposal Management and Centralized Storage of Radioactive Waste during 8-12 November 2010 in Bangkok 11. Regional Meeting to Create a Network of Medical Professionals on Radiation Protection of Children during 15-17 December 2010in Bangkok

  17. Progress in Atomic Energy Utilization in Thailand Medical Application - Production and supply of radioactive isotopes for medical diagnosis and medical treatment Agricultural Aplication • Insect Pest Control • Elimination of insect pest in the agricultural products • Crop Improvement Industrial Application • Non Destructive Testing (NDT) • Enhancing gemstone quality Archeological Application

  18. Present status of nuclear program in Thailand * Only one research reactor * Most of radioactive materials are widely used in medical care, industry, agriculture and R&D, etc. * Government seems to have clear policy to launch 4 NPPs in Thailand by 2020-2021. * Research and development including education and training are mainly focus on non-power application.

  19. Office of Atoms for Peace (OAP) National RCA Representative ; Professor Emeritus Dr. Chaivat TOSKULKAO Secretary General Office of Atoms for Peace (OAP) Ministry of Science and Technology (MOST) E-mail : chaivat@oaep.go.th Secretary; Ms.Anchalee Kongsri, E-mail : anchalee@oaep.go.th, anleeta@hotmail.com Tel. +662 5791940 Fax.+662 5614069

  20. Office of Atoms for Peace (OAP) Experts of OAP ; - Mr. Vichian Vongsaman (Nuclear Engineer) Deputy Secretary-General E-mail : vichainv@oaep.go.th Tel :+662 5613171, Fax : +662 5613013 - Ms. Prapaipit Suprarop (Isotope Producer) Director, Bureau of Atomic Energy Administrative Acting for Deputy Secretary-General E-mail : prapaipit@oaep.go.th Tel : +662 5793552, Fax : +662 5613013

  21. Office of Atoms for Peace (OAP) Experts of OAP ; - Ms. Siriratana Biramontri (Radiation Physicist) Director, Bureau of Technical Support for Safety Regulation E-mail : siriratn@oaep.go.th Tel :+662 5619561, Fax : +662 5613013 - Mr. Kittisak Chinudomsub (Radiation Physicist) Director, Bureau of Radiation Safety Radiation E-mail : kittisak@oaep.go.th Tel : +662 5796958, 5620089 Fax : +662 5613013

  22. Office of Atoms for Peace (OAP) Experts of OAP ; - Mr. Lopachai Siripirom (Nuclear Engineer) Acting for Director, Bureau of Nuclear Safety Regulation E-mail : sir_lop@hotmail.com Tel :+662 5614071, Fax : +662 5613013 - Mr. Anunt Onnual Secretary, Office of the Secretary E-mail : anunt@oaep.go.th Tel : +662 5614074 Fax : +662 5613013

  23. Thailand “Land of Freedom” Chalathip Kueakob Bureau of Atomic Energy Administration Office of Atoms for Peace (OAP)

  24. Thailand “Land of Freedom” Geography : The Kingdom of Thailand lies in the heart of Southern Asia, making it a natural gateway to Indochina, Myanmar and Southern China Area : 513,115 sq. km. Topography : 4 national regions • The mountains and forests of the North • The vast rice fields of the Central Plains • The semi-arid farm lands of the Northeast plateau • The tropical islands and long coastline of the peninsula South

  25. Thailand “Land of Freedom” Population and people : • Over 67 million citizens of Thailand are ethic Thai • Thai (80%), Chinese (10%), Malay (3%) and the rest are minorities (Mons, Khmers, hill tribes) Religion : Buddhism (95%), Muslim (4%), others (1%) Government : constitutional monarchy Head of State : His Majesty King Bhumibol Adulayadej (Rama IX of the Chakri Dynasty)

  26. Thailand “Land of Freedom” Symbolism of Thailand ; • National Flower : “Ratchaphruek” (or golden shower) • National Animal : “Chang Thai” (or Thai elephant) • National Architecture : “Sala Thai” (or Thai-style arbor)

  27. Thank you for your attention.

  28. I would like to take this opportunity to express my deep appreciation to the Director, RCARO and the staff members for a warm hospitality, friendship and all arrangement given to me during the time of stay at RCARO.