A Study on the Convergence Perception of Students in Radiology on the Reorganization of Safety Management System by person with frequent access of Nuclear Safety Act

원자력안전법 수시출입자 안전관리체계 개편에 대한 방사선학과 재학생들의 융합적 인식 연구

  • Lee, Bo-Woo (Department of Radiological Science, Gimcheon University) ;
  • Kim, Chang-Gyu (Department of Radiological Science, Gimcheon University)
  • 이보우 (김천대학교 방사선학과) ;
  • 김창규 (김천대학교 방사선학과)
  • Received : 2019.04.29
  • Accepted : 2019.06.20
  • Published : 2019.06.28


This study will examine the awareness of students in radiology who have applied the reorganization of the safety management system of frequent visitors according to the amendment of the Nuclear Safety Act. A survey was conducted on 175 students from the Department of Radiology at K University. 98.1% of the students in the second grade, 90.3% in the third grade, and 97.7% in the fourth grade were recognized as need to be classified as person with frequent access by the Nuclear Safety Act. Limiting the operation of radiation equipment in radiography practice is a regulation that violates students' right to learn, and it is necessary to enact an exception rule for learning so that the right to study is not violated.


Radiation;Person with Frequent Access;Radiation Management Area;Radiation Exposure;Radiation Convergence Perception

Table 1. General characteristics of subjects

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Table 2. Recognition on the revision of Nuclear Safety Law

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Table 3. Recognition based on the revision of the Safety Management System of the person with frequent accessUnit: person, %

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Table 4. Perception of infringement of the right to learn according to the limitations of the Nuclear Safety Act

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Supported by : University Radiation Safety Management Council


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