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Use this chart to see how the UV index varies throughout the day at our monitoring sites.

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The Personal Radiation Monitoring Service monitors the exposures of workers in the medical, dental, chiropractic, industrial and mining fields to ionising radiation.
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We publish a comprehensive range of fact sheets on issues relating to radiation and health.
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A national independent dosimetry auditing program, the Australian Clinical Dosimetry Service provides quality assurance for radiation oncology facilities and patients.
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We produce a range of publications to promote practices which protect human health and the environment from the harmful effects of radiation.
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We offer four types of meters you can hire to measure radiation in and around your home.

What's New

An ARPANSA medical physicist is auditing an MRI-Linac
Medical physicists have developed a technique to accurately measure radiation dose using new magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) linac machines.
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News post regarding the launch of ARPANSA's new swing tags for shadecloths
A woman is undergoing hair removal treatment on her upper lip by a gloved service provider with a device.
Investigating the health impact of non-ionising radiation used in cosmetic procedures is the focus of a PhD which is being supervised by the Australian Radiation Protection and Nuclear Safety Agency (ARPANSA), the Monash University Accident Research Centre and Monash Law School.

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