Radiation protection

December 2005
Nuclear Law Bulletin;2005, Issue 76, p80
The article deals with a regulation on ionising radiation dose limits in Poland in 2005. Dose equivalents were measured in terms of effective doses for workers based on calendar schedules. Several exceptions were implemented in dosage establishment. The regulation intended to set values and quantities of doses required for radiation exposure assessment.


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