Regulation

1 May 2017

The Little Forest Legacy Site is a site that was used for the near surface burial of low-level radioactive waste between 1960 and 1968.

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1 May 2017

The independent review of our regulatory activities including the Integrated Regulatory Review Service and the Australian National Audit Office.

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1 May 2017

Contact information for Australian state and territory radiation regulatory authorities.

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1 May 2017

The purpose of the NDRP is to provide an agreed framework for radiation safety, including both ionising and non-ionising radiation, together with clear regulatory statements to be adopted by the Commonwealth, states and territories.

1 May 2017

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1 May 2017

Our CEO is required to take into account international best practice in relation to radiation protection and nuclear safety when making licensing decisions.

1 May 2017

This standard specifies limits of human exposure to radiofrequency fields in the range 3kHz to 300GHz to prevent adverse effects.

1 May 2017

The following guides have been developed to assist both applicants and licence holders achieve and maintain compliance with the Australian Radiation Protection and Nuclear Safety Act 1998

1 May 2017

Human imaging for security screening purposes using ionising radiation

1 May 2017

The Holistic Safety Guidelines outline key principles of holistic safety.

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