Collection

Radiation: HPA-RCE report series

Documents relating to ionising and non-ionising radiation, chemical and environmental hazards and the Advisory Groups on Ionising (AGIR) and Non-ionising Radiation (AGNIR).

When part of the Health Protection Agency, the Centre for Radiation, Chemicals and Environmental Hazards produced numerous publications concerning radiation, chemical and environmental topics.

This series, the documents of the Health Protection Agency, contains documents relating to:

  • ionising and non-ionising radiation
  • chemical and environmental hazards
  • the Advisory Groups on Ionising Radiation (AGIR) and Non-ionising Radiation (AGNIR)

The full series is available on the UK Government Web Archive.

Documents

  1. Human radiosensitivity
  2. Radiofrequency electromagnetic fields: health effects
  3. Radiation: risk of solid cancers following exposure
  4. Landfill sites: impact on health from emissions
  5. Use of Prussian Blue (ferric hexacyanoferrate) for decorporation of radiocaesium
  6. Radiation: circulatory disease risk
  7. Radon: limitation of human exposure
  8. Ultrasound and infrasound: health effects from exposure
  9. Municipal waste incinerators emissions: impact on health
  10. ICRP 2007 recommendations: UK application
  11. Radon and public health
  12. Radiation: high dose effects and tissue injury
  13. Ionising radiation: protecting pregnant patients during diagnostic medical exposures
  14. Land-based disposal of solid radioactive wastes: objectives
  15. Magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) procedures: protection of patients and volunteers from exposure
  16. Static magnetic fields: evidence summary
  17. Embryo, fetus and breastfed infant: application of dose coefficients
  18. Tritium: review of risks
  19. Chemicals, ionising radiation and non-ionising radiation: comparison of processes and procedures
  20. Radioactively contaminated land: dose criteria
  21. Power frequency electromagnetic fields (EMFs): melatonin and risk of breast cancer
Published 1 August 2013