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Australian Radiation Incident Register

Patient receiving a medical scan
2 February 2022

ARPANSA has finalised its report on 2020 radiation safety incidents using data collated from radiation regulators around the country.

Dummy without arms laying flat on a table surrounded by medical equipment
28 February 2020

ARPANSA has again collated data from radiation regulators around the country to provide a report on radiation safety and identify opportunities for improvement in the safe use of radiation, particularly in the medical sector.

Australian Radiation Incident Register
1 August 2019

ARPANSA collates and publishes an annual report on radiation incidents in Australia. This report is produced with input from various radiation regulators around the country, based on incidents submitted to them and any subsequent investigations they carry out.

Liquid medicine dripping from broken ampule
1 May 2017

Australia's national database of radiation incidents.

1 May 2017

Who can report?

1 May 2017

Annual summary reports of radiation incidents have been compiled since 2004 and are available below.

1 May 2017

ARPANSA will publish safety alerts to notify radiation users, regulators and the public of significant issues arising from radiation incidents.

1 May 2017

UV and Lasers sources are discussed together because they are both non-ionising radiation sources and are involved in similar incidents.

1 May 2017

Transport of radiation sources occurs worldwide.

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