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XML Full Document: Radiation Protection Regulations [69 KB] | PDF Full Document: Radiation Protection Regulations [ KB] Regulations are current to . Federal laws of canada. Radiation Protection Program. 4 Every licensee shall implement a radiation protection program and shall, as part of that program, (a) keep the amount of exposure to radon progeny and the effective dose and equivalent dose received by and committed to persons as low as is reasonably achievable, social and economic factors being taken into account, . Post-Secondary Radiation Protection Programs / Courses in Canada. The CRPA has assembled a list of university and college institutions offering Radiation Protection and/or Health Physics Programs/Courses. If you do not see a program that you think should be on the list, please contact us to . Ionizing and non-ionizing radiation sources are commonplace in our modern world and through understanding and management, provide significant benefits to all Canadians. The Canadian Radiation Protection Association is a professional organization that supports the development and implementation of radiation safety programs in Canada. Read More.
Radiation is a generic term that scientists use when describing the emission of energy. For example, the signal from a radio station radiates away from the antenna. Radiation can exist in many forms, including electromagnetic radiation (radio waves, microwaves, visible light and lasers, to name a few), sound (ultrasound for example), and [ ]. understand the radiation safety program, the more you will understand your role and responsibility as a gauge operator. The APNGA example of a radiation safety program is based on the annual audit program presented in the NRC NUREG Licensing Guide. (a) Teaching programme including a common basic radiobiology education and teaching programme for radiation oncologists, radiation therapy technologists, diagnostic radiologists, radiation biologists, medical physicists, radiation protection officers and other disciplines involved in radiation activities. radiation sources that may deliver such exposure, to be fulfilled in all activities involving radiation exposure. They indicate the different aspects that should be covered by an effective radiation protection programme . The present publication provides information on methods that can be used to ensure radiation safety.
Bruce Power is announcing today that it has agreed to a $million contract with Nuvia Canada Inc., which will provide radiation protection services in support of all programs during execution of the Major Component Replacement (MCR) Unit 6 project. Bruce Power’s Life Extension Program is Canada’s largest infrastructure project. Delivers Canada’s environmental and occupational radiation protection program including radiation surveillance, health assessment, emergency preparedness and response, National Dosimetry Services and Radiation Protection Committee. The Radiation Protection Program is classified under Section of Health Canada's Program Alignment Architecture, and includes sub-programs Environmental Radiation Monitoring and Protection, Radiation Emitting Devices, and Dosimetry Services. Relevant activities under the following sub-programs are included in the evaluation. The university's Radiation Safety Committee is the regulatory committee responsible for the oversight of the Radiation Safety Program, which includes X-ray safety and the Laser Safety Program. The programs ensure all activities with ionizing and non-ionizing radiation are conducted in a safe manner and in compliance with the Act, CNSC and MOL.