|Name:||Safety Reports Series No. 40 Applying Radiation Safety Standards in Nuclear Medicine.|
The International Basic Safety Standards for Protection against Ionizing Radiation and for the Safety of Radiation Sources (BSS) cover the application of ionizing radiation for all practices and interventions and are, therefore, basic and general in nature. A number of drafts regulatory guidance publications for the main practices involving the use of ionizing radiation have already been prepared. This guidance is intended for both regulators and users of radiation sources in nuclear medicine. Regulators may use it for reviewing applications for authorization and during the inspection of facilities. Registrants/licensees may wish to follow the guidance in order to comply with BSS requirements or equivalent national regulations. Experts recruited on IAEA missions to advice on the implementation of the BSS for the practice of nuclear medicine are expected to use this regulatory guidance report rather than their own national guidance.
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|Created On:||09/01/2010 15:55|
|Last updated on:||09/01/2010 15:59|