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RASIMS E-Learning - Updated Quiz


The RASIMS E-Learning Quiz was updated with additional questions that cover more about RASIMS and the Thematic Safety Areas. Have fun while checking your RASIMS and TSA knowledge!

TSA5 Announcement

The Division of Radiation, Transport & Waste Safety (NSRW) is no longer maintaining the TSA5 country profiles. The TSA5 profiles will be transferred into the new EPRIMS system and will remain in RASIMS for the time being. For further information regarding TSA5 and EPRIMS please contact Mr Jean Lafortune (J.Lafortune at iaea.org).

RASIMS E-Learning - Updated to Version 1.1


The RASIMS E-Learning Module enables Member States easily to understand and to use the functionality of RASIMS. As RASIMS is a dynamic system and new features and modifications are released frequently, new topics and tutorial videos will be added as soon as the new features are available.
Choose one of the preferred versions PC or iPad and dive into the tutorials of Thematic Safety Areas and RASIMS functionality.
The current implementation is in beta release and any feedback is welcomed!

What is RASIMS?

RASIMS is a web-based platform that enables Member States and the IAEA Secretariat to jointly collect, analyse and view information regarding the national infrastructure for radiation and waste safety. In addition to facilitating the identification of national and regional needs, the information in RASIMS is used for a range of other purposes including the design of new technical cooperation (TC) projects and during the radiation safety clearance process prior to the provision of radiation sources to Member States. RASIMS is therefore focussed on Member States that are receiving assistance from the Agency. Member States can also use RASIMS to provide the Secretariat with feedback on IAEA Safety Standards.

The information in RASIMS is grouped into Thematic Safety Areas (TSA) to ensure that all aspects of the relevant Safety Standards are covered in a comprehensive and consistent manner.

  • TSA1 - Regulatory Infrastructure
  • TSA2 - Radiological Protection in Occupational Exposure
  • TSA3 - Radiological Protection in Medical Exposure
  • TSA4 - Public and Environmental Radiological Protection
  • TSA5 - Emergency Preparedness and Response
  • TSA6 - Education and Training in Radiation, Transport & Waste Safety
  • TSA7 - Transport Safety

Who has access to RASIMS?

RASIMS is a role-based system. This means that only people with a user-name and password have access to the system, and only certain people have permission to add and edit the information. Access rights to RASIMS can be changed by sending a request through official channels to the Head of IAEA’s Regulatory Infrastructure and Transport Section, Division of Radiation, Transport & Waste Safety. For reasons of confidentiality, people in Member States can see only their own national information.

What is the role of the RASIMS national coordinator?

Member States are requested to nominate a RASIMS national coordinator to ensure that the information in RASIMS is accurate, comprehensive, up-to-date and reflects the ‘national’ perspective. This will entail discussing data input and review with all national TSA counterparts and all relevant national organizations. Member States that have not yet appointed a RASIMS national coordinator can do so by sending a request through official channels to the Head of IAEA’s Regulatory Infrastructure and Transport Safety Section, Division of Radiation, Transport & Waste Safety.

Want to know more about Radiation and Waste Safety?

You can find out more information on the following links of the public IAEA Web site

RASIMS E-Learning - Updated Quiz


The RASIMS E-Learning Quiz was updated with additional questions that cover more about RASIMS and the Thematic Safety Areas. Have fun while checking your RASIMS and TSA knowledge!

TSA5 Announcement

The Division of Radiation, Transport & Waste Safety (NSRW) is no longer maintaining the TSA5 country profiles. The TSA5 profiles will be transferred into the new EPRIMS system and will remain in RASIMS for the time being. For further information regarding TSA5 and EPRIMS please contact Mr Jean Lafortune (J.Lafortune at iaea.org).

RASIMS E-Learning - Updated to Version 1.1


The RASIMS E-Learning Module enables Member States easily to understand and to use the functionality of RASIMS. As RASIMS is a dynamic system and new features and modifications are released frequently, new topics and tutorial videos will be added as soon as the new features are available.
Choose one of the preferred versions PC or iPad and dive into the tutorials of Thematic Safety Areas and RASIMS functionality.
The current implementation is in beta release and any feedback is welcomed!

What is RASIMS?

RASIMS is a web-based platform that enables Member States and the IAEA Secretariat to jointly collect, analyse and view information regarding the national infrastructure for radiation and waste safety. In addition to facilitating the identification of national and regional needs, the information in RASIMS is used for a range of other purposes including the design of new technical cooperation (TC) projects and during the radiation safety clearance process prior to the provision of radiation sources to Member States. RASIMS is therefore focussed on Member States that are receiving assistance from the Agency. Member States can also use RASIMS to provide the Secretariat with feedback on IAEA Safety Standards.

The information in RASIMS is grouped into Thematic Safety Areas (TSA) to ensure that all aspects of the relevant Safety Standards are covered in a comprehensive and consistent manner.

  • TSA1 - Regulatory Infrastructure
  • TSA2 - Radiological Protection in Occupational Exposure
  • TSA3 - Radiological Protection in Medical Exposure
  • TSA4 - Public and Environmental Radiological Protection
  • TSA5 - Emergency Preparedness and Response
  • TSA6 - Education and Training in Radiation, Transport & Waste Safety
  • TSA7 - Transport Safety

Who has access to RASIMS?

RASIMS is a role-based system. This means that only people with a user-name and password have access to the system, and only certain people have permission to add and edit the information. Access rights to RASIMS can be changed by sending a request through official channels to the Head of IAEA’s Regulatory Infrastructure and Transport Section, Division of Radiation, Transport & Waste Safety. For reasons of confidentiality, people in Member States can see only their own national information.

What is the role of the RASIMS national coordinator?

Member States are requested to nominate a RASIMS national coordinator to ensure that the information in RASIMS is accurate, comprehensive, up-to-date and reflects the ‘national’ perspective. This will entail discussing data input and review with all national TSA counterparts and all relevant national organizations. Member States that have not yet appointed a RASIMS national coordinator can do so by sending a request through official channels to the Head of IAEA’s Regulatory Infrastructure and Transport Safety Section, Division of Radiation, Transport & Waste Safety.

Want to know more about Radiation and Waste Safety?

You can find out more information on the following links of the public IAEA Web site