Radiation Protection Advisers (RPAs)
Radman Associates are at the forefront of radiation control providing RPA services and RPS training to all sectors of
UK industry, commerce, research and education.
Radiation protection advice is given for achieving compliance with the IRR99, EPR10, RSA93 (Scotland), CDG09 transport regulations, and all other relevant legislation and guidance.
Radiation Advice, Support, Training & Resources
See our annual RPA service agreements
Try our radiation instrument calibration service
Check our RPS training courses dates for 2016/17
Read our free guide to the IRR99 Regulations
Browse our UK radiation protection resources
Legal Requirement for Radiation Employers
Employers who conduct work with sources of ionising radiation must consult with a Radiation Protection Adviser to achieve full compliance with the IRR99.
It is the employer's responsibility to ensure that:
- the RPA has either an individual certificate of competence (issued by an assessing body recognised by the HSE), or be part of an 'RPA Body' recognised by the HSE;
- the RPA has the relevant knowledge, expertise and competence to advise on the particular sources in use; and
- the RPA is formally appointed in writing.
Quality of Advice
Radman Associates are formally recognised by the HSE, thereby satisfying the strict criteria of competence required of a professional RPA Body. To achieve recognition our management systems are proven to maintain quality in all areas of radiation protection advice given on the Ionising Radiations Regulations 1999.
Can we help?
Jill Wilkinson provides administrative support to the firm, and coordinates all RPS training courses. For general enquiries email Jill Wilkinson or call.. 0845 226 7248.
"I would like to thank the team at Radman for an excellent service.
A professional approach to our initial assessment by a knowledgeable assessor, a training course that helped to make interesting what can be a brain numbing amount of information and a general good customer service"
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