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Safety factor to its employees has always been a first priority so that each worker must use the film dosimeter or dosimeters termoluminisensi (TLD) while on duty

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Human factors and safety culture is a very important factor in ensuring security at the facilities, infrastructure, transportation of nuclear materials and safety of personnel itself.

Overview

Center for Radiation Safety and Metrology (PTKMR) is one of the Centers in the National Nuclear Energy Agency (BATAN) performing research, development, and testing/calibration services in the fields of health, safety, environment, and radiation metrology. PTKMR has been accredited by the National Accreditation Committee (KAN) based on SNI ISO/IEC 17025:2017 for Testing Laboratories (LP-206-IDN) and Calibration Laboratories (LK-142-IDN).

PTKMR has been certified by Sucofindo based on SNI-9001:2015 on Quality Management Systems, OHSAS 18001:2007 on Occupational Safety and Health Management Systems (SMK3), and accredited by the National Committee for Accreditation of Research and Development Institution (KNAPPP) based on guidelines of KNAPPP 02:2017 regarding Research and Development Institution Accreditation Requirements.

PTKMR also has been appointed by the Nuclear Energy Regulatory Agency of Indonesia (BAPETEN) as Qualified Laboratory for Radiology Diagnostic X-ray equipment (such as general radiography, mobile radiography, dental radiography, mammography, fluoroscopy, and CT Scan) compliance test, National Dosimetry Laboratory, and Laboratory for Analysis of Radioactivity.

PTKMR has several facilities equipped with well-maintained equipment, competent human resources, the latest testing methods, and has occupational health and safety, and quality management system certification. The facilities including Environmental, Occupational Health and Safety and Radiation Protection, Calibration and Standardization Laboratories.

PTKMR has responsibility for the formulation and control of technical policies, implementation, and guidance of research and development in the fields of radioecology, nuclear medicine technology and radiation biology, occupational safety and dosimetry, and radiation metrology, as well as health services and medical services in the radiation emergency.

PTKMR performs functions:

  1. Planning, correspondence and archive, human resource, finance, equipment and logistics, scientific documentation, publication and reporting.
  2. Research, development, and services in the field of radioecology.
  3. Research, development, and services in the field of nuclear medicine and radiation biology.
  4. Research, development, and services in the field of occupational safety and dosimetry.
  5. Research, development, and services in the field of radiation metrology.
  6. Quality assurance.
  7. Occupational health services.
  8. Conducting other tasks from the Deputy of Nuclear Science and Technology Application.

Motto

Excellent R&D and Services for Workers, Public, and Environmental Safety.

History

The Center for Radiation Safety and Metrology (PTKMR) has several stages starting from the initial to the organizational improvement stage.

Initial Stage (1974-1978)

  1. 1974: The establishment of Standardization, Calibration, and Instrumentation Project (SKIN Project) to develop the Calibration and Standardization Laboratories.
  2. 1978: The SKIN project was expanded into the Radiation Safety Improvement Project for Public Health (PPKR) which has the main duty to establish and operate a national reference laboratory for safety purposes. PPKR was playing a role as the initial formation of the Dosimetry and Standardization Center (PDS).

Improvement Stage (1980-2020)

  1. 1980: The establishment of Dosimetry and Standardization Center (PDS) refers to Presidential Decree No. 14 of 1980, and it has been described in the Decree of Director General of BATAN No. 31/DJ/13/IV/1981. On April 13, 1981, it was arranged as the establishment of the Dosimetry and Standardization Center (PDS).
  2. 1985: The establishment of the Center for Radiation safety Standardization and Research (PSPKR) based on Presidential Decree No. 85 of 1985, and it has been described in the Decree of Director General of BATAN No. 127/DJ/XII/1986.
  3. 1998: PSPKR was rearranged into the Research Center for Radiation Safety and Nuclear Biomedics (P3KRBiN) based on Presidential Decree No. 197 of 1998, and it has been described in the Decree of Director General of BATAN No. 127/DJ/XII/1986.
  4. 2005: By Regulation of the Head of BATAN No. 392/KA/XI/2005 on November 24, 2005, P3KRBiN was reorganized into the Center for Radiation Safety and Metrology (PTKMR) which responsible for conducting research and development on dosimetry, biomedical, nuclear medicine, and radiation metrology services, as well as occupational health and safety.
  5. 2014-2020: PTKMR has the additional responsibility to formulate and control the technical policy, implementation, and guidance on research and development of radioecology, nuclear medicine technology and radiation biology, occupational safety and dosimetry, and radiation metrology.
Vision & Mission

Vision

BATAN is Superior in the Regional Level, Having the role in Acceleration of Welfare Leading to the Nation’s Self Reliance

Mission

  1. Formulation of the national policy and strategy of nuclear science and technology.
  2. Development of nuclear science and technology which is reliable, sustainable, and beneficial to the people.
  3. Strengthen the role of BATAN as the leader in the regional level, and having an active role internationally.
  4. Conduct prime services in the utilization of nuclear science and technology by stressing on the satisfaction of the stakeholders, Conduct dissemination of nuclear science and technology by stressing on the principles of benefit, safety, and security.
Organization
Contact & Location

Address

Jl. Lebak Bulus Raya No. 49, Jakarta 12440. Phone. 021-7513906 Fax. 021-7657950.
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