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The Public Information for Radiation Emergencies Regulations 1992

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  1. Introductory Text

  2. 1.Citation and commencement

  3. 2.Interpretation

  4. 3.Employer or self-employed person to supply prior information

  5. 4.Arrangements for the supply of information to members of the public actually affected

  6. 5.Modifications relating to the Ministry of Defence etc.

  7. 6.Enforcement and offences

  8. Signature

    1. SCHEDULE 1

      DOSES OF IONISING RADIATION APPLICABLE TO THE DEFINITION OF RADIATION EMERGENCY

      1. PART I DOSE FOR THE WHOLE BODY

        1. 1.The dose for the whole body resulting from exposure to...

      2. PART II DOSE FOR INDIVIDUAL ORGANS AND TISSUES

        1. 2.Without prejudice to Part I of this Schedule, the dose...

        2. 3.In assessing the dose quantity to skin whether from contamination...

      3. PART III DOSE FOR THE LENS OF THE EYE

        1. 4.The dose for the lens of the eye resulting from...

    2. SCHEDULE 2

      (PARAGRAPHS 1—4 OF WHICH SET OUT THE PROVISIONS OF ANNEX I TO THE DIRECTIVE) PRIOR INFORMATION TO BE SUPPLIED AND MADE PUBLICLY AVAILABLE

      1. 1.Basic facts about radioactivity and its effects on persons and...

      2. 2.The various types of radiation emergency covered and their consequences...

      3. 3.Emergency measures envisaged to alert, protect and assist the general...

      4. 4.Appropriate information on action to be taken by the general...

      5. 5.The authority or authorities responsible for implementing the emergency measures...

    3. SCHEDULE 3

      (WHICH SETS OUT, AMONG OTHERS, THE PROVISIONS OF ANNEX II TO THE DIRECTIVE)

      1. 1.Information on the type of emergency which has occurred, and,...

      2. 2.Advice on health protection measures, which, depending on the type...

      3. 3.Any announcements recommending co-operation with instructions or requests by the...

      4. 4.Where an occurrence which is likely to give rise to...

      5. 5.If time permits, information setting out the basic facts about...

  9. Explanatory Note

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