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United Kingdom

 

Clearance and Exemption Principles, Processes and Practices for Use by the Nuclear Industry - A Nuclear Industry Code of Practice (July 2005)

 

Dose Criteria for the Designation of Radioactively Contaminated Land (March 2006)

 

Comparison of Processes and Procedures for Deriving Exposure Criteria for the Protection of Human Health: Chemicals, Ionising Radiation and Non-ionising Radiation (July 2007)

 

Advice on risks from tritium (November 2007)

 

Guidance on the application of dose coefficients for the embryo, fetus and breastfed infant in dose assessments for members of the public (PDF, 528 KB)

European Commission

 

 

147: Guidelines for the Regulatory Control of Consumer Products Containing Radioactive Substances in the European Union

 

146: A Review of Consumer Products Containing Radioactive Substances in the European Union

 

145: New Insights in Radiation Risk and Basic Safety Standards

 

144:  Guidance on the calculation, presentation and use of collective doses for routine discharges

 

140: Cosmic radiation exposure of aircraft crew

 

139: A review of consumer products containing radioactive substances in the European Union

 

131: Effects of in utero exposure to ionising radiation during the early phases of pregnancy

 

129: Guidance on the realistic assessment of radiation doses to members of the public due to the operation of nuclear installations under normal conditions

 

125: Low Dose Ionizing Radiation and Cancer Risk

 

124: Radiological considerations with regard to the remediation of areas affected by lasting radiation exposure as a result of a past or old practice or work activity

 

123: Genetic Susceptibility And New Evolutions On Genetic Risk

 

122: Practical Use of the Concepts of Clearance and Exemption

   Part I: Guidance on General Clearance Levels for Practices 
   Part II: Application of the Concepts of Exemption and Clearance to Natural Radiation Sources 

 

121: Thyroid diseases and exposure to ionising radiation: Lessons learned following the Chernobyl accident

 

117: Methodology and models used to calculate individual and collective doses from the recycling of metals from the dismantling of nuclear installations

 

114: Definition of Clearance Levels for the Release of Radioactively Contaminated Buildings and Building Rubble

 

113: Recommended radiological protection criteria for the clearance of buildings and building rubble from the dismantling of nuclear installations

 

112: Radiological Protection Principles concerning the Natural Radioactivity of Building Materials

 

109: Guidance on diagnostic reference levels (DRLs) for medical exposures

 

100: Guidance for protection of unborn children and infants irradiated due to parental medical exposures

 

97: Radiation Protection following Iodine-131 therapy (exposures due to out-patients or discharged in-patients)