Research and analysis

Initial radiological assessment methodology

These reports describe an initial radiological assessment methodology.

Documents

Initial Radiological Assessment Methodology

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Initial radiological assessment methodology: Part 1 user report

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Initial Radiological Assessment Methodology - Part 2 Methods and Input Data

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Initial Radiological Assessment Methodology

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These reports describe an initial radiological assessment methodology which may be used by the Environment Agencies and applicants for RSA 93 authorisations. It is hoped that the reports will be particularly useful to people who are not in the ‘nuclear industry’ but who use radioactive substances in their work, dispose of them or are regulated by the Environment Agencies.

Published 1 March 2006