A collection of external links relating to radiation safety, nuclear history and useful resources (radiation monitors, radioactive sources, UK and international legislation etc).
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AJ Radioactive Material Equations and Formulas Calculator
Published: Nov 13, 2018
Source: ajdesigner.comFind out more
Appointed Doctors (ionising radiation)
Published: May 24, 2019
Source: HSEFind out more
This link takes you to a HSE database where you can search a list of appointed doctors, made under the Ionising Radiations Regulations 2017 (IRR17).
Published: Mar 03, 2019
Source: http://www.atomicarchive.com/Find out more
Atomic Archive says about itself: 'This site explores the complex history surrounding the invention of the atomic bomb - a crucial turning point for all mankind'. This site is a great read when you have a few hours to spare. It has resources dealing with the science, history, photos, videos and much more..
Atomic Insights LLC
Published: Mar 03, 2019
Source: Atomic InsightsFind out more
Atomic Insights LLC is a for-profit, tax-paying, publishing company based in Virginia and wholly owned by Rod Adams (Rod’s words). Ionactive (Mark Ramsay) has been following Rod Adams for many years. Topics include articles on atomic energy, radiation risk, energy and much more.
Published: Mar 24, 2019
Source: calderlead.co.ukFind out more
Calder is a leading supplier of lead sheet and lead engineered products in the UK and beyond. They supply lead radiation shielding products to the medical, industrial, nuclear and defense sectors.
Dangerous Quantities of Radioactive Material (D-Values)
Published: Feb 11, 2019
Source: IAEAFind out more
D-values are used by the Environment Agency (EA), SEPA and the UK police advisers (CTSA) to determine the source category and appropriate security measures for sealed sources, where this cannot be assessed directly from the use/practice. D (Danger) values are in TBq, and the quotient A/D (where A is the activity of a source in TBq) are used to determine source category. In the UK some sources are already categorised for security and this will then take precedence over A/D. For those into dosimetry calculations and assessments behind D values, section 3 onwards explain in detail how the values are derived.
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