radiation standards

radiation standards

[‚rād·ē′ā·shən ‚stan·dərdz]
(nucleonics)
Exposure standards, permissible concentrations, rules for safe handling, regulations for transportation, regulations for industrial control of radiation, and control of radiation exposure by legislative means.
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In the past two years, TRA has measured 2,500 sites; none of which has exceeded the limits and radiation standards of ICNIRP.
size or scope of the contract: The subject of the proceedings is the execution of the project covers fixed equipment and materials before X-rays gamma radiation standards including BS 86 J-80001 for the two operating theaters Specialist Hospital for Orthopaedics and Rehabilitation Hill.
New Delhi, Feb 8 ( ANI ): Minister of State for Communications and Information Technology Milind Deora has said that India is one of the very few countries in the world having the toughest Electro Magnetic Field (EMF) radiation standards not only for mobile towers but also for mobile handsets since September 1 last year.
In addition to this regulatory process, the federal government established the Interagency Steering Committee on Radiation Standards (ISCORS)
The plan also oversees the peaceful application of nuclear energy, setting radiation standards and disposal of harmful and hazardous substances.
5 cGy of ionizing radiation for 5 weeks casts into doubt radiation standards and concerns about protracted exposure after accidental releases of radioactivity.
The Department of Telecom says that says that steps are taken to ensure latest radiation standards in regards of EMR (Electro Magnetic Radiation) from the mobile towers.
A medium-power version of up to 120 W is in the works, but this norm must meet stringent radiation standards before release.
Yet the world's radiation standards are determined using a 'reference man' as the guide for assessing radiation risk.
Products include spectroradiometers, photometers and radiometers, colorimeters, NIST traceable optical radiation standards and custom-configured instruments for applications.
While reports on biological effects of ionising radiation (BEIR) and the alphabet soup that formulates radiation standards for the USA are monumental works of statistics, they are not facts.
Berkley, acting as a witness, said that Nevada residents have long opposed the program because of unresolved safety issues, including lack of radiation standards for the region, the site's geologic instability, waste transportation risks, and inadequate storage technologies.