about

Request a Sample

[email protected]

Frequently

Asked Questions
  1. Q1: Can I have a sample for testing?
    A: Yes, you can, but you need to pay.
  2. Q2: Can I add my logo on the clothing?
    A: Yes, OEM and ODM are available.
  3. Q3: Do you have inspection procedures for the products?
    A: 100% self-inspection before packing.
  4. Q4: Can I have a visit to your factory before the order?
    A: Sure, your visit is welcome at any time.
  5. Q5: How can I get after-service?
    A: We assure 2 years warranty. During this period, If any product quality issues occur, spare parts will be sent for free. But we have to charge if the problem is caused by man-made factors.

Ionising Radiation Protection

Radiation Protection (Ionising Radiation) Regulations ...

radiation or ionising radiation means energy that is propagated in the form of X-rays, gamma-rays, alpha and beta particles, high speed electrons, neutrons, protons and other nuclear particles, but does not include energy in the form of sound and radiowaves, or visible, infra-red, or ultra-violet light;

Ionising radiation at workplaces: OSHwiki

Ionising radiation penetrates pipes, tubes, casts or other products where on the other side is a detector, usually to ionising radiation sensitive film. The image on the film shows if there are any defects in the object such as cracks, homogeneities or foreign material.

What are the risks of non-ionising radiation? - NWO-I

Non-ionising radiation does not penetrate deep into the tissues but increases the risk of damage to the skin and eyes. General risks Dependent on the energy and exposure time, non-ionising radiation can cause localised heating, or photochemical reactions can occur with possible permanent harm.

Non-Ionising Radiation Safety ARPS - Aberdeen Radiation ...

Non-Ionising Radiation Safety Electromagnetic Radiation Employers have a legal responsibility to assess the risks of exposure to EMFs under The Control of

Ionizing radiation, health effects and protective measures

Ionizing radiation is a type of energy released by atoms in the form of electromagnetic waves or particles. People are exposed to natural sources of ionizing radiation, such as in soil, water, and vegetation, as well as in human-made sources, such as x-rays and medical devices.

Radiological Protection Institute of Ireland Fact Sheet ...

Ionising Radiation Radiological Protection Institute of Ireland Fact Sheet .rpii.ie Ionising radiation in our environment can occur either naturally or can be produced artificially, through human activity. The effects of artificial and naturally occurring radiation are the same.

What is ionising radiation? ARPANSA

Ionising radiation has more energy than non ionising radiation; enough to cause chemical changes by breaking chemical bonds.This effect can cause damage to living tissue. Shorter wavelength ultraviolet radiation begins to have enough energy to break chemical bonds. X-ray and gamma ray radiation, which are at the upper end of electromagnetic spectrum, have very high frequencies (in the range of ...

Non-Ionizing Radiation Safety Manual Environment, Health ...

Appendix E - Bylaws of the Non-Ionizing Radiation Safety Committee; Appendix F - Design of NIR Warning Signs; Introduction. The modern world is full of devices which, either directly or indirectly, act as sources of non-ionizing radiation (NIR).

Ionising radiation - Radiation protection an overview

Ionising radiation has many uses in industry, such as energy production, manufacturing, medicine and research and produces many benefits to society. However, it is important that the risks of ionising radiation are managed sensibly to protect workers and the public.

WHO Ionizing radiation

Ionizing radiation has always been a part of the human environment. Along with natural radioactive sources present in the Earth's crust and cosmic radiation, man-made sources also contribute to our continuous exposure to ionizing radiation.

What Is Radiation: Overview of Ionizing & Non-Ionizing ...

ionizing vs non-ionizing radiation Radiation is generally classified ionizing or non-ionizing, based on whether it has enough energy to knock electrons off atoms that it interacts with, as well as being able to do lower-energy damage such as breaking chemical bonds in molecules.

Radiation protection - Wikipedia

Radiation protection, also known as radiological protection, is defined by the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) as "The protection of people from harmful effects of exposure to ionizing radiation, and the means for achieving this". The IAEA also states "The accepted understanding of the term radiation protection is restricted to protection of people.

Radiation Basics Radiation Protection US EPA

Ionizing radiation comes from x-ray machines, cosmic particles from outer space and radioactive elements. Radioactive elements emit ionizing radiation as their atoms undergo radioactive decay. Radioactive decay is the emission of energy in the form of ionizing radiation ionizing radiationRadiation with so much energy it can knock electrons out of atoms.

Radiation protection - Energy - European Commission

Jun 25, 2018· Radiation protection publications and scientific seminars. The European Commission has issued publications since 1976 to provide important information on ionising radiation and radiation protection. The Commission also organises an annual scientific

Radiation Protection - cocir.org

The overall objective of radiation protection is to protect human health against the dangers arising from ionising radiation, resulting from practices using radiation or radioactive substances, and from non-ionising radiation, resulting from practices using electromagnetic fields (EMF).

Protection of the Environment from Ionising Radiation

ionizing radiation with biota; policy and ethical dimensions of the development of a framework for environmental radiation protection; and the development and use of methods and models for evaluating radiation as a stressor to the environment.

Ionising Radiation Exposure to Orthopaedic Trainees: The ...

The annual equivalent dose (eye lens) is 150 mSv, and the annual total body effective dose is 20 mSv in accordance with the Ionising Radiation Regulations 1999. 25 Use of a lead apron, thyroid shield and radiation attenuating glasses would result in exposure to skin would being the dose limiting factor, with a monthly reporting level of 4.17 mSv and an annual equivalent dose of 500 mSv.

Radiation Nuclear Radiation Ionizing Radiation ...

Radiation particularly associated with nuclear medicine and the use of nuclear energy, along with X-rays, is 'ionizing' radiation, which means that the radiation has sufficient energy to interact with matter, especially the human body, and produce ions, i.e. it can eject an electron from an atom.

Protecting Yourself from Radiation Radiation Protection ...

Shielding: Barriers of lead, concrete, or water provide protection from penetrating gamma rays gamma raysA form of ionizing radiation that is made up of weightless packets of energy called photons. Gamma rays can pass completely through the human body; as they pass through, they can cause damage to tissue and DNA. and x-rays x-rays A form of ionizing radiation made up of photons.

Ionising Radiation Medical Exposure Regulations (IRMER ...

Medical ionising radiation includes x-rays and nuclear scans, and treatments such as radiotherapy. It is widely used in hospitals, dentists, clinics and in medical research to help diagnose and treat conditions.

CDC - Reproductive Health - Ionizing Radiation - NIOSH ...

Aug 16, 2017· A radiation protection expert can give you guidance about radiation in your specific workplace, and what the regulations are. Aircrew are exposed to ionizing radiation at levels which may be of concern during pregnancy.

Non-Ionising Radiation

The Radiation Protection Act 1973 controlled only devices and materials that were capable of emitting ionising radiation such as X-ray, gamma, alpha and beta radiations. The concerns at that time focused on the hazards of ionising radiation which had been proven and documented.

Regulatory controls for radiation protection in the UK ...

12 February 2018 Under the Ionising Radiation Regulations 2017 employers must now apply to the Health and Safety Executive (HSE) for certain work they do with ionising radiation. 10 October 2016 ...

ICNIRP GUIDELINES

ICNIRP Guidelines GUIDELINES FOR LIMITING EXPOSURE TO TIME-VARYING ELECTRIC, MAGNETIC, AND ELECTROMAGNETIC FIELDS (UP TO 300 GHz) International Commission on Non-Ionizing Radiation Protection*

NRC: Minimize Your Exposure

Minimize Your Exposure Although exposure to ionizing radiation carries a risk, it is impossible to completely avoid exposure. Radiation has always been present in the environment and in our bodies. We can, however, avoid undue exposure through the following protection principles: Time, Distance, and Shielding; Containment

web blue book - chapter 37 FORMATTED 2 - NHS Employers

The Ionising Radiation Regulations 1999 lay down very strict rules about how radiation may be used and the limits of exposure for staff, including young staff and pregnant women.

Ionising Radiation Protection Bill 2011 - National Assembly

An Act to amend the Ionising Radiation Protection Act, 2005. [15th April, 2011 ENACTED by the Parliament of Zambia. 1. This Act may be cited as the Ionising Radiation Protection (Amendment) Act, 2011, and shall be read as one with the Ionising Radiation Protection Act, 2005, in this Act referred to as the principal Act. 2.