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EFFECTS WORKING GROUP
Tom Hinton; IRSN; France
BROAD OBJECTIVES
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Dose – Effect Modelling to assist Risk Assessments
•
Mathematical Derivation of Screening Level
Values / Protection Thresholds
•
Reach Consensus; Document Methods; Publish
Guidance
EFFECTS GROUP
Active Participants
Australia
1
Belgium
2
Canada
2
France
3
Germany
1
Japan
2
Netherlands
1
Norway
1
Russia
2
Spain
1
Sweden
3
UK
2
21
EFFECTS GROUP
Outline of Working Plan
1) UPDATE Dose-Effect DATABASE (11; A. Real; Spain; July ‘09)
( UNSCEAR; post 2006; Russian/Ukrainian)
2) DOSE – RESPONSE Relationships (13; J. G-L; IRSN; July ’11; PROTECT)
Species Sensitivity Distributions (acute vs chronic; field- vs lab-derived;
at various taxonomic levels)
3) Incorporate POPULATION MODELS (9; T. Sazykina; Russia; Jan. ‘11)
(Review existing models; life history data; data analyses)
4) Alternative Approaches (9; T. Sazykina; Russia; Jan. ’11; ICRP comm. 5)
(will non-parametric and Bayesian methods produce screening levels similar to SSD?)
EFFECTS GROUP
Outline of Working Plan
5) Multiples Stressors (13; H. Vandenhove; Belgium; Dec. ’10; IUR)
(Review literature; chemical industry; report on applicability to IAEA; collaborative exp.)
6) Canadian Benthic Data (4; S. Mihok; Canada; July ‘09)
(Uranium mining; derive dose to benthos; multivariate stats)
7) Develop and Publish Guidance Documents (21; T. Hinton; France; July. ‘11)
(Documentation of methods to derive screening levels; guidance on use of screening
levels; guidance in conducting effects type research)
8) Final Reports to IAEA (21; T. Hinton; France; Jan. ‘12)
EFFECTS GROUP
Next Meeting
June or July of 2009; Monaco or Vienna;
with BIOTA Working Group