• Successfully designed, developed and maintained Microcontroller-Based devices for the control and automation of some industrial and nuclear facilities in the country including the Circular SLL-02 type cobalt 60 irradiator, which is a category IV wet storage facility.
  • Credibility for installation and maintenance of advanced Hospital and laboratory instruments including nuclear instrument. This ensures the elimination of long downtime for some critical facilities such as the Gamma Camera of the Radiotherapy facility as well as the Ghana Research Reactor-1.
  • Credibility for the provision of analytical services to support manufacturing industry for both product quality and environmental management with high turnaround time by the use of the multi elemental Neutron Activation Analysis techniques.
  • Installation and maintenance of the research reactor facility with all the proper documentation prepared for its sustainable and safe use.
  • Successfully established the Isotope hydrology laboratory to support the National Water Resources Assessment programme to include isotope techniques. The Institute has successfully completed reconnaissance surveys for the Central and three Northern Regions of Ghana.
  • Established facilities for the environmental monitoring of air, water and soil and mothersĀ“ milk for inorganic and organic pollutants. This is done in partnership with the EPA for major industries in Ghana. Additionally, the Institute partnered EPA in the development of the United Nations Investment Development Organisation (UNIDO) toolkit for the assessment of contaminated sites for persistent organic pollutants.
  • Successfully provided evaluation services for major civil engineering structures in the country. This includes the evaluation for the West African Gas Pipeline project, storage tanks at various mining facilities and Fuel and LPG tanks of Tema Oil Refinery, Ghana Gas Company Ltd, turbines and helicopter blades for the Aboadzi Thermal Plant and the Ghana Air Force, respectively.
  • Radiotracer technology as well as gamma-ray column scanning and resident time measurement has been used routinely in troubleshooting and optimising industrial processes to trace faults and leakage points in production lines of some major mineral and oil processing plants in the country.
  • Has successfully implemented a national programme to manage radioactive waste generated in Ghana, update waste inventory and train staff of user institutions of radioactive material.