3 edition of protection of persons against ionising radiation arising from any work activity found in the catalog.
protection of persons against ionising radiation arising from any work activity
Great Britain. Health and Safety Commission.
|Statement||Health and Safety Commission.|
|LC Classifications||KD3168 .A847 1985|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xii, 40 p. :|
|Number of Pages||40|
|LC Control Number||86155414|
The protection of persons against ionising radiation arising from any work activity The Ionising Radiations Regulations 3 A. R. Ling Ionising Radiations Regulations - the first prosecution Radiological Protection Bulletin No 81 April NRPB 15 16 4 Radiation Protection Standards for Gaseous Tritium Light Sources NEA OECD July HSC () Approved Code of Practice, The Protection of Persons against Ionising Radiation Arising from any Work Activity. Health and Safety Commission, HMSO, London. Health and Safety Commission, HMSO, London.
CODE OF PRACTICE FOR THE PROTECTION OF PERSONS AGAINST IONISING RADIATION IN UNIVERSITY COLLEGE CORK PREPARED BY: Professor W. Reville () REVISED BY: Prof. A. Ruth, Radiation Protection Officer, UCC. APPROVED BY: The Radiation Protection Committee, University College, Cork, October The protection of people against exposure to ionising radiation or exposure due to radioactive material and the safety of sources, including the means for achieving this, and the means for preventing accidents and for mitigating the consequences of accidents if they do occur. For the purposes of this Guide, ‘protection and safety’ includes.
protect the health of workers and of the general public; Whereas Article 30 of the Treaty defines the "basic standards" for the protection of the health of workers and the general public against the dangers arising from ionizing radiation as: (a) maximum permissible doses compatible with adequate safety; (b) maximum permissible levels of. These Regulations supersede and consolidate the Ionising Radiations Regulations and the Ionising Radiations (Outside Workers) Regulations The Regulations impose duties on employers to protect employees and other persons against ionising radiation arising from work with radioactive substances and other sources of ionising radiation.
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The Protection of Persons against Ionising Radiations arising from any work activity. Approved Code of Practice, HMSO, London. Google ScholarAuthor: R. Halmshaw. Approved code of practice. The protection of persons against ionising radiation arising from any work activity. The ionising radiations regulations Ford List title: Draft guidance notes for the protection of persons against ionising radiations arising from veterinary use Consultative document 1 A full bibliographic record is available from the University of Southampton Library catalogue.
The publication is also relevant to employees who work with ionising radiation, radiation protection advisers, radiation protection supervisors, and general health and safety officers. It can also be used by self-employed people who work with ionising radiation and have certain duties under these Regulations, both as an employer and as an employee.
Ionising Radiation Protection (No. 16 of 83 GOVERNMENT OF ZAMBIA ACT No. 16 of Date of Assent: 28th September, An Act to establish the Radiation Protection Authority and to define its functions and powers; to provide for the protection of File Size: 4MB.
Directive /59/Euratom - protection against ionising radiation Latest update: 25/07/ of 5 December laying down basic safety standards for protection against the dangers arising from exposure to ionising radiation, and repealing Directives 89//Euratom, 90//Euratom, 96/29/Euratom, 97/43/Euratom and //Euratom.
(a) measures for the protection of workers against ionising radiations adopted after ratification of the Convention by the Member concerned shall comply with the provisions thereof; (b) the Member concerned shall modify, as soon as practicable, measures adopted by it prior to the ratification.
Guidance notes for the protection of persons against ionising radiation arising from medical and dental Use John Goodlad The Health and Safety at Work etc.
Act places a duty upon employers to ensure that they have a safe working environment for themselves and their employees and, equally important, a safe system of work. Ionising Radiations Regulations Approved Code of Practice and guidance.
2nd edition (HSE, ). Supersedes L7 entitled, 'Dose limitation - restriction of exposure' ISBNL58 'The protection of persons against ionising radiation arising from any work activity: The Ionising Radiations Regulations ' ISBNpublished.
The inspection services referred to in Article 15 of the Radiation Protection Convention,should include, or have readily available, a sufficient number of persons fully conversant with radiation hazards and qualified to advise on protection against ionising radiations.
contractors who work with ionising radiation, radiation protection advisers and radiation protection supervisors as well as general health and safety officers. It can also be used by self-employed people who work with ionising radiation and have certain duties under these Regulations both as an employer and as an employee.
protection of persons against ionising radiation arising from work activities. This TAG contains guidance to advise and inform ONR assessors in the exercise of their professional judgement in reaching regulatory decisions in relation to the assessment of licensee’s safety submissions where additional safety provisions are expectedFile Size: 93KB.
Information on the biological effects of ionizing radiation comes from animal experiments and from studies of groups of people exposed to relatively high levels of radiation.
Protection against exposure from internal radiation is achieved by preventing the intake of radioactive material through ingestion, inhalation, and absorption through skin and skin breaks. basic safety standards for the protection of the health of workers and the general public against the dangers arising from ionising radiation (OJ L, p.
(3) Council Directive 97/43/Euratom of 30 June on health protection of individuals against the dangers of ionising radiationFile Size: 1MB. Work With Ionising Radiation, Ionising Radiations Regulations Approved Code Of Practice And Guidance, L is addressed to employers with duties under the Regulations but with wider pertinence to others, eg radiation protection advisers, supervisors and.
Guidance Notes for the Protection of Persons Against Ionising Radiations Arising from Medical and Dental Use: Author: Great Britain.
National Radiological Protection Board: Publisher: National Radiological Protection Board, Original from: the University of California: Digitized: 28 Jul ISBN:Length:. These Regulations may be cited as the Radiological Protection Act (Ionising Radiation) Regulations Definitions 2.
(1) In these Regulations: – “Absorbed dose” (D) is the energy absorbed per unit mass where is the mean energy imparted by ionising radiation to the matter in a .Radiation Protection Program.
Developing and implementing a radiation protection program is a best practice for protecting workers from ionizing radiation. A radiation protection program is usually managed by a qualified expert (e.g., health physicist), who is often called a radiation .The Ionising Radiation Regulations (IRR17) are a body of regulations concerned with the protection against exposure to ionising radiation as a result of work activities.
IRR17 is administered by the Health & Safety Executive (HSE) as part of the Health & Safety at Work Act