United Kingdom Issues Regulations for Radiation Emergency Preparedness and Public Information
The United Kingdom has issued regulations regarding any work with ionizing radiation that involves having a radioactive substance containing more than the quantity specified in relation to the radionuclide in Schedule 1 or more than the mass of a fissile material specified in Schedule 2. These regulations require the operator to restrict dose exposure during an emergency and to prepare a written evaluation prior to the commencement of any work involving ionizing radiation. These regulations entered into force on May 22, 2019.
Additional information: http://www.legislation.gov.uk/uksi/2019/703/contents/made.
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