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1972

CIS 92-372 Ordinance on Prevention of Ionizing Radiation Hazards [Japan]
English translation of the Ordinance of 30 Sep. 1972 (for the original see CIS 75-707), as amended till 1988. Contents: definitions; controlled areas; dose equivalents (limits and measurement); protection of workers against external radiation; prevention of contamination; emergency measures; safety responsibilities of supervisory personnel (particularly, of workplaces with X-ray and gamma-ray exposure); safety education of radiation workers; exposure monitoring; medical examinations.
In: Industrial Safety and Health Law and related legislation of Japan, Japan Industrial Safety and Health Association, 5-35-1, Shiba, Minato-ku, Tokyo 108, Japan, 1991, p.688-723.

CIS 75-707
Industrial Safety and Health Division, Ministry of Labour, Tokyo.
Ordinance No.41 of 1972 concerning protection against ionising radiation hazards.
Ordinance under the Japanese Industrial Safety and Health Act 1972 to prescribe measures to be taken against radiation hazards (α and β radiations, radioactive substances). A list of workplaces to be inspected as premises where workers may be exposed to radiation hazard is followed by sections devoted to: maximum permissible dose; protection against ionising radiations and against contamination from radioactive substances; emergency evacuation in case of accident; notification of accidents; X-ray hazards; medical examination and treatment of exposed persons; monitoring.
Collection of regulations and ordinances concerning occupational health, Japanese Industrial Safety Association, 35-1, 5-Chome, Shiba, Minato-ku, Tokyo, Japan, Dec. 1972. p.368-410.