New Ionising Radiation Regulations: What does it mean for me?

26th September 2017  09:00 AM - 05:00 PM (GMT+00:00) GMT

Limited spaces remaining

This upgraded event replaces our hugely popular annual IRMER Update. It has been designed to provide an invaluable multi-disciplinary forum in which to assess the impact of the new ionising radiation regulations (IRR17 and IRMER18) coming into force in February 2018. Hear the experts view on how the regulations should be applied in practice and learn how to best prepare yourself and your department for their arrival.

Educational aims:

  • To raise awareness of the implications of the new ionising radiation regulations (IRR17 and IRMER18)
  • To assist attendees in preparing for the impact of the regulations on local practice

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Registration fees

BIR Plan 1 member     £145
BIR Plan 2 member     £110
BIR Trainee member   £65
BIR Retired member    £55
BIR Student member   £55
Non-member               £250

The programme for this event has been organised by the BIR Radiation Safety Special Interest Group with input from IPEM and SRP. The BIR would like to thank these organisations for their assistance.

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