The 29th annual workshop of the Air Monitoring
Users Group (AMUG) will convene on 13 and 14 November at the Palace Station in
Las Vegas. The exciting and informative program will include some contemporary
presentations of radioactive airborne sampling and monitoring, and other
relative material in radiation detection and radiation protection. The meeting
will also host some commercial/technical exhibits. The Palace Station will
provide reasonably priced meeting and sleeping rooms for those attending.
Among the important relevant issues will be discussions
about ANSI N42.54, the newly published comprehensive standard that deals with
all of the major issues of radioactive airborne sampling and monitoring; the
continuing review of the Fukushima aftermath; a current look at noble gas,
radon/progeny, and tritium monitoring; a renewal of the revision of ANSI N42.320 for reactor emergency
monitoring, and other relevant ANSI standards; and a view of some of the
currently available commercial radiation monitoring systems.
With sufficient interest, there will be a tour of the Nevada
National Security Site, formerly NTS on Wednesday, 15 November.
The registration fee for this workshop/seminar is $120 per
person payable to: Morgan Cox at 34100 Chagrin Blvd in Moreland Hills, Ohio
44022, via check only from a US bank. And payment is due in advance of the
meeting and before 15 October 2017.
To get the special group rates at Palace Station make your reservations by calling Connie at 888-319-4661 or 702-221-6557 and using the code AMUG.
Please send authors names, titles, and a short (~100 words) abstract for your presentations for the 2017 AMUG meeting to Morgan Cox.
Your webmaster requests that the title sent to Morgan matches the title on your presentation. If you would also send me your presentations after they have been accepted, that will help me get them uploaded to the AMUG website quicker. Tom Voss, email@example.com.
Purposes of the AMUG
To provide the Air Monitoring Community including;
• US Nuclear Regulatory Commission and Nuclear Utilities
• EPA,OSHA, CDC, and NIOSH
• US Department of Energy and Operating Contractors
• US Department of Homeland Security
• Medical and Research Facilities
• Federal, State and local government regulating Agencies
• Air sampling and monitoring equipment and services suppliers
and other interested parties
with a forum to:
• Exchange Information
• Discuss Mutual Problems
• Develop a Sound Technical Basis for Air Monitoring Practices
• Support Development of Relevant ANSI and IEC Standards, Good Practice Documents, and Operating Procedures.
• Develop Unified Strategies for Air Monitoring, and
Compliance with 10CFR20, 10CFR835, 29CFR1910, 40CFR50, 40CFR53, 40CFR58, and 40CFR61 and other regulatory requirements.
Interested parties are encouraged to:
• Attend the Annual Meetings
• Bring Local Relevant Issues for Discussion