ICRP Supporting Guidance 5, Analysis of the Criteria Used by the International Commission on Radiological Protection

ICRP Supporting Guidance 5

Analysis of the Criteria Used by the International Commission on Radiological Protection

By International Commission on Radiological Protection


1. INTRODUCTION

1.1. References

2. RATIONALES BEHIND INDIVIDUAL DOSE LIMITS

2.1. Public exposure

2.2. Occupational exposure

2.3. References

3. RATIONALES BEHIND ?MAXIMUM? INDIVIDUAL DOSE FOR EMERGENCY SITUATIONS AND IN THE CONTEXT OF BIOMEDICAL RESEARCH

3.1. Emergency situations

3.2. Biomedical research

3.3. References

4. RATIONALES BEHIND DOSE CONSTRAINT

4.1. References

5. RATIONALES BEHIND EXEMPTION, EXCLUSION, ACTION, AND INTERVENTION LEVELS

5.1. Exemption levels

5.2. Exclusion levels

5.3. Action levels

5.4. Intervention levels for some prolonged exposure situations

5.5. Intervention levels for radiological emergencies

5.6. Intervention levels after a radiological attack

5.7. Generic intervention levels for potential exposure scenarios for long-lived radioactive waste disposal

5.8. References

6. SYNTHESIS

6.1. References

ANNEX A. NUMERICAL PROTECTION LEVEL VALUES FOUND IN ICRP PUBLICATIONS SINCE PUBLICATION 60

ANNEX B. ICRP QUOTATIONS

ERRATUM TO ICRP PUBLICATION 94