Ionizing radiation protection

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  • Measurement of radiation levels in the working and living environment:
    • measurement of radiation levels in people exposed to ionizing radiation from external sources in their working environment (personal dosimetry),
    • measurement of radiation levels in patients exposed to radiological procedures in healthcare (clinical dosimetry).
  • Examination of sources of ionizing radiation in healthcare, industry and other areas: 
    • examination, reports and expert advice on sources of radiation,
    • expert control of sources of radiation in terms of safety and functionality,
    • providing advice in the purchase, installation and use of sources of ionizing radiation and ensuring suitable radiologic working conditions.
  • Preparation of programs and execution of training on ionizing radiation protection.
  • Transport of radioactive materials.
  • Preparation of expert opinions on worker radiation exposure.
  • Calculations of the required protection for spaces, in which radiation sources are used.
  • Preparation of estimates of the level of protection of exposed workers.
  • Preparation of programs on radiological activity.
  • Measurement of radiation levels:
    • measurement of radiation levels on all kinds of samples,
    • measurement of levels of radon and radon progeny, rehabilitation of objects with elevated levels of radon in the working and living environment,
    • control measurements of samples of food (for importation and exportation),
    • measurement and determination of specific activities of radionuclides (radiation) Sr-89/90 in foodstuff, milk, soil, air and precipitation, and J-131 in milk,
    • measurement of radiation in the field (in-situ).
  • Incidents:
    • mobile intervention unit in the event of a nuclear incident or terrorist attack with radioactive materials,
    • intervention in the event of discovering radioactive sources and substances in waste materials,
    • intervention in the event of incidents at the location of users of sources.