About Radman Associates

Radman Associates are the UK’s longest established firm of independent Radiation Protection Advisers. From our beginnings at Manchester University to working on National and International contracts, Radman Associates is a leading radiological protection consultancy.

Radman Associates History

Radman Associates History

1984

Early Beginnings

John Collins begins offering radiation protection advice, both internally and externally, whilst at the University of Manchester.

 

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1985

Founded

Radman Associates formed as a small consultancy involving three colleagues: John Collins, Tony Freake and Roy Grix.

 

 

1988

Robert Collins

Robert Collins joins the firm on completion of a Masters degree in Radiological Protection (Univ of Surrey) and a  further 2 years in the MoD working on their nuclear submarine refit programme.

 

1995

New Offices

Radman Associates takes up residence in dedicated premises at Harvey House, Bollington.

 

2002

A Growing Business

The firm expands the number of employed RPAs and develops its popular monthly RPS residential training courses.

 

 

 

2010

Accreditation as Radioactive Waste Advisers

Accredited as Radioactive Waste Advisers and purchase of new spectrometry equipment allows the firm to take on larger surveys of contaminated land and buildings.

 

2014

30 Year Milestone

30 years celebration!

 

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2020

Market Leader

By 2020 Radman Associates has firmly established itself as the longest serving independent organisation in the UK offering RPA services, RPS training, contaminated land surveys and instrument calibrations.

 

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Our Clients

The range of clients seeking advice reflects the wide variety of applications for sources of ionising radiation, including the use of :

Sealed sources or X-rays for controlling processes

Sealed sources or X-rays for controlling processes, often by the measurement of level, density moisture or flow-rate (e.g. steel works, paper and textile mills; canning plants; civil construction; petrochemicals)

Unsealed sources as radiotracers

Unsealed sources as radiotracers (e.g. pharmaceutical/ biotech. companies, research institutes and universities)

Unsealed radioactive materials

Unsealed radioactive materials in component manufacture (e.g. electronics and defence) where the radioactivity provides an electronic trigger, or in materials science for the chemical properties of the radioactive substance.

Sealed sources or X-rays in non-destructive testing

Sealed sources or X-rays in non-destructive testing (x and gamma radiography);

Meet The Team . .

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Robert Collins

Managing Director and RPA

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Dr Mark Bescoby

RPA / RWA

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Alan Wale

RPA / RWA / DGSA

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Dr John McTigue

RPA / DGSA

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Paul Attenborough

RPA

Profile

Hilary Evans

Office Manager