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donderdag 7 december 2017

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Important changes to the Ionising Radiation Regulations

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 Work with ionising radiation is carried out across a broad range of industries and includes:

  • the use of X-ray devices, radioactive substances and devices containing radioactive substances;
  • working in atmospheres containing radon gas

The Ionising Radiations Regulations (IRR) are being revised, and a new set of Regulations (IRR17) will come into force on 1 January 2018.

 

One of the changes introduced by these revised Regulations is the introduction of a risk-based approach to telling HSE of your work with ionising radiation.  

 

Rather than just notifications, there will be three distinct tiers:

  • Notification
  • Registration
  • Consent

If you are already working with ionising radiation, you will need to submit this information to HSE between 1 January 2018 and 5 February 2018, even if you have previously provided information


There may be a fee associated with re-submitting this information to HSE.

 

For more information on the new risk-based tiers, and the associated fees involved, please visit the HSE webpage on the new changes.

 

Further, more detailed, guidance is being developed and will be shared via our webpages when the new Regulations come into force.

For all the latest news and notifications on the radiation industry

Visit HSE's Radiation website here


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Important changes to the Ionising Radiation Regulations

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 Work with ionising radiation is carried out across a broad range of industries and includes:

  • the use of X-ray devices, radioactive substances and devices containing radioactive substances;
  • working in atmospheres containing radon gas

The Ionising Radiations Regulations (IRR) are being revised, and a new set of Regulations (IRR17) will come into force on 1 January 2018.

 

One of the changes introduced by these revised Regulations is the introduction of a risk-based approach to telling HSE of your work with ionising radiation.  

 

Rather than just notifications, there will be three distinct tiers:

  • Notification
  • Registration
  • Consent

If you are already working with ionising radiation, you will need to submit this information to HSE between 1 January 2018 and 5 February 2018, even if you have previously provided information


There may be a fee associated with re-submitting this information to HSE.

 

For more information on the new risk-based tiers, and the associated fees involved, please visit the HSE webpage on the new changes.

 

Further, more detailed, guidance is being developed and will be shared via our webpages when the new Regulations come into force.

For all the latest news and notifications on the radiation industry

Visit HSE's Radiation website here


Get latest news and updates from HSE across a range of industries and topics by subscribing to our eBulletins here.

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HSE LUNG DISEASE E BULLETIN

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Welcome to the HSE Lung disease eBulletin

Occupational Health Recruitment - December 2017

 

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Occupational Health Recruitment

 

Join the Webinar on 12 December

 

HSE is recruiting for experienced Occupational Health Specialists (SCPHN) to join our team.

 

Our occupational health specialists work together with employers across Great Britain in a whole range of essential industries with thousands of workers, to ensure that work is managed safely. And In this role, you can utilise your considerable professional knowledge to influence not only individual employers but whole industry sectors. Find our more about this challenging role at  https://www.civilservicejobs.service.gov.uk/csr/jobs.cgi?jcode=1561747

 

You can also find out about this role at our upcoming recruitment webinar on 12th December (12–1pm). Dial in to meet our Occupational Health specialists and gain insight into our organisation and the important work they do to #HelpGBworkwell.

 

Log in details;

 

UK Freefone: 0800 169 0968

UK Primary: 0844 800 3849

International direct: +44 844 800 3849

UK Direct: +44 208 996 3943 (Only to be used if experiencing problems dialing primary number)

*Note: Some locations may be unable to access the primary dial-in number and the International direct-dial in number. If you are calling from one of these locations, please use +44 208 996 3943 from within the UK and +44 208 996 3943 from outside the UK to join this conference.

Passcode: 863 052 28#

 

To join the web portion of your meeting: https://btevent.webex.com/btevent/onstage/g.php?MTID=e12e7427061ba3e8e806f23377fe35979

 

 

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