radiation protection

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radiation protection

[‚rād·ē′ā·shən prə‚tek·shən]
(nucleonics)
Legislation and regulations to protect the public and laboratory or industrial workers against radiation.
Measures to reduce exposure to radiation.
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The Government adopted the draft Ionising Radiation Protection and Nuclear Safety Act.
The DoT had moved a proposal to adopt the guidelines prescribed by the International Commission on Non- Ionising Radiation Protection ( ICNIRP), which lays down the basic restrictions and reference levels for limiting exposure to electromagnetic radiations from handsets and mobile base stations.
Network Rail is striving to put at least 100 metres in between houses and its masts, where the power of field strengths are 700 times lower than the level regarded as injurious to health by the International Commission for Non- Ionising Radiation Protection board.