League Thanked For Participation in RPII Research project

The Radiological Protection Institute for Ireland has thanked the Celtic League for its participation in recent research it carried out into “attitudes to radiation in the environment”.

A letter to the Leagues Director of Information, Bernard Moffatt, from RPII Director of Corporate Development, Barbara Rafferty recording the thanks says:

“The RPII want to listen and respond to the needs and concerns of stakeholders in order to inform its programs and communications. Gathering this data enables us to provide relevant information to our stakeholders.”

The Celtic League have corresponded for many years with the RPII and have found the work that it publishes invaluable in establishing a balanced view in relation to radiation risk in the Irish sea area.

The Celtic League on an annual basis cross reference RPII statistical data with similar information gathered by National jurisdictions around the Irish Sea (e.g. the Manx Government Lab, SEPA and other UK government agencies).

The Celtic League has had an interest in and have monitored Irish sea radiation risk and the UK nuclear industry safety record since the mid 1970s.

For comment or clarification on this news item in the first instance contact:

Rhisiart Tal-e-bot, General Secretary, Celtic League:

Tel: 0044 (0)1209 319912
M: 0044 (0)7787318666


The General Secretary will determine the appropriate branch or General Council Officer to respond to your query.



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