Document history for REGDOC-2.7.2, Dosimetry, Volume I: Ascertaining Occupational Dose
Associated document: [PDF version of Dose Information Change Request Form]
REGDOC-2.7.2, Dosimetry, Volume I: Ascertaining Occupational Dose, sets out requirements and guidance for:
- determining radiation dosimetry to ensure the protection of workers at nuclear facilities in Canada
- making changes to dose-related information filed with the National Dose Registry
This document will be subject to a revision as a result of the consultation on the proposed amendments to the Radiation Protection Regulations, which are outlined in the What We Heard Report for discussion paper DIS-13-01, Proposals to Amend the Radiation Protection Regulations.
This document supersedes:
- GD-150, Designing and Implementing a Bioassay Program (2010) | PDF
- G-91, Ascertaining and Recording Radiation Doses to Individuals (2003) | PDF
- G-147, Radiobioassay Protocols for Responding to Abnormal Intakes of Radionuclides (2003) | PDF
- RD-58, Thyroid Screening for Radioiodine (2008) | PDF
- S-260, Making Changes to Dose-Related Information Filed With the National Dose Registry (2004) | PDF
April 24, 2019: Draft REGDOC-2.7.2, Volume I is open for consultation until July 19, 2019.
Note: The comments are posted in the language in which they were received. You may provide your comments in the following ways:
- Email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Canadian Nuclear Safety Commission
P.O. Box 1046, Station B
280 Slater Street
Ottawa, ON, Canada K1P 5S9
- Fax: 613-995-5086
Comments submitted, including names and affiliations are intended to be made public. You will not receive a formal reply to your comments.
|Consultation||April 24 to July 19, 2019||
View the consultation version of the document
|Invitation to provide feedback on comments received||TBD||TBD|
|Presentation to the Commission||TBD||TBD|
For questions and information related to REGDOC-2.7.2, Dosimetry, Volume I: Ascertaining Occupational Dose, please contact:
Directorate of Environmental and Radiation Protection and Assessment
Ottawa, Ontario, Canada K1P 5S9
Telephone: 1-800-668-5284 (Canada only)
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