Radiation Protection Regulations
8 (1) Every licensee must use a licensed dosimetry service to measure and monitor the doses of radiation received by and committed to nuclear energy workers who have a reasonable probability of receiving
(a) an effective dose that is greater than 5 mSv in a one-year dosimetry period; or
(b) an equivalent dose to the skin, or the hands and feet, that is greater than 50 mSv in a one-year dosimetry period.
(2) Every licensee referred to in subsection (1) must provide the following information to the licensed dosimetry service with respect to each nuclear energy worker referred to in subsection (1):
(a) the worker’s given names, surname and any previous surname;
(b) the worker’s Social Insurance Number;
(c) the worker’s gender;
(d) the worker’s job category; and
(e) the date, province and country of birth of the worker.
- SOR/2020-237, s. 8
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