Part 1 one contains the scope of application and a newly enlarged section on definitions. Part 2 lays down basic duties and the revised basic principles of. The amendment of the German StrlSchV (radiation protection ordinance) brings inter alia: introduction of new dose quantities for ambient dose and personal. The procedure for clearance of (contaminated or activated) material is regulated in Sect. 29 of the German radiation protection ordinance.
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This in turn requires a mathematical and statistical approach. It also contains some new limit values concerning previously existing provisions. Adopted at the rd meeting of the German Commission on Radiological Protection on 15 and 16 September A srtlschv may be deemed complied with, i.
Part 3 expands the Ordinance’s previous scope in the area of exposure to natural radiation sources not associated with any ”purposeful use of radioactive substances”, a category referred to as ”work” situations.
Part 2 lays down basic duties and the revised basic principles of radiation protection as applied to the purposeful use of radioactive substances, referred to in the text as ”activities”. This requires a measurement uncertainty along with the measured quantity value as an estimate for the true value underlying the measurement. Results 1 – 1 of 1. German radiation protection ordinance StrlSchVas amended on 20 July The measurement uncertainties to be taken into account must first be determined in order to be able to assess whether the measurement results comply with the requirements.
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This recommendation serves to enable a uniform procedure to be used to test conformity with requirements. Alternatively, transparent conservative estimates of measurement uncertainties can be provided strlscuv are based on information from other sources guidelines, standards, recommendations from specialist societies, etc.
In doing so, the measured quantity value may well be within the tolerance range, yet the true value of the measurand may in fact be outside of the tolerance range. Part 5 contains general regulations that are applicable to all parts of the Ordinance. Part 4 contains consumer protection provisions which prohibit or strictly limit the use of radioactive substances in products used in the consumer sphere.
Please provide a name for this query: The enclosure contains strlscchv examples on how to use the recommendations in practice. Publication Year Publication Year.
Navigation and service Go to: Standard Search Advanced Search. The requirements placed upon metrological tests conducted within the scope of radiation protection are often defined by tolerance ranges that are stipulated by legal limits or minimum technical requirements set out in guidelines and standards. Get permanent URL for this record.