We’re pleased to announce that the newest location in our ultraviolet (UV) radiation monitoring network is now online. Emerald is the fourth location in Queensland to join our network of real-time UV data.
The extremity monitor measures potential extremity doses from all radiation types which contribute to Hp(07). They are typically used in the nuclear medicine industry and other industries where workers are handling radiation sources with their hands.
Our terms and conditions specify the basis of the contract between the parties, through which the Service, Associated Services and Associated Items are provided by the Commonwealth of Australia as represented by ARPANSA.
The ANRDR was established up in 2010 to record and store radiation doses received by individuals in the course of their employment in a centralised database. This page references publications relevant to the ANRDR.