CETI representatives participated in EFSA (European food safety authority) meeting

Representatives of CETI, Jelena Resetar and Vladimir Zivkovic participated in 1st EFSA Scientific Network on Chemical Monitoring Data collection meeting, organized by European Food Safety Authority  – EFSA in Parma (Italy).

Subject of the meeting was gathering results of food and feed analysis on the presence of pesticide residues, residues of veterinary drugs, contaminants and additives.

Meeting was attended by representatives of EU member states, candidate countries for EU membership, EU referent laboratories for analysis of certain groups of substances and Directorate General for Health and Food Safety (DG Sante).

CETI representative participated in coordination meeting in Greek Atomic Energy Commission

Representative of CETI, dr Nikola Svrkota – Head of dosimetric and noise measurement unit, took a part in Coordination meeting on outcomes and findings of the TC regional project RER9140 and its resulting implication for the RER9149, held in Greek Atomic Energy Commission (EEAE) from 28 to 30 January 2019.

The purpose of the event is to assess the progress and evaluate the findings of the closing TC regional project RER9140 “Strengthening Protection of Radiation Workers and Occupational Exposure Monitoring” as well as to identify its resulting implications and priority areas for the succeeding TC regional project RER9149 “Improving the Radiation Protection of Workers Occupationally Exposed to Ionizing Radiation” and plan the new project’s activities for the period of 2019-2022


Start of the project „Minamata initial assessment for Montenegro”

Inception meeting for project „Minamata initial assessment for Montenegro” was held in Ministry for sustainable development and tourism (MORiT) during which representatives of MORiT and United Nations Development Programe (UNDP) presented concept of the project, it’s objectives, as well as upcoming phases and activities within its realization.

Role of the Center for ecotoxicological research is to make mercury inventory which will be used as a basis for further activities in the project.

Objective of the project is to make initial assessment of amount of mercury with aim to create preconditions for ratification of “Minamata mercury convention”. Also, this project will set foundation for implementation of this convention.

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