Managing Sources of Ionising Radiation - licencing step by step

1. 5. 2014 | Source: Point of Single Contact (PSC) Czech Republic

Managing sources of ionising radiation denotes the manufacture of sources of ionising radiation, their import, export and distribution, their installation or commissioning, the storage of radionuclide sources, assessing the properties of sources of ionising radiation, their repair, and handling the products of mining activity resulting from the mining and processing of uranium ore.

In order for an entrepreneur to be able to manage sources of ionising radiation, they must apply to the State Office for Nuclear Safety for a licence. The State Office for Nuclear Safety shall issue the licence and simultaneously approve the draft documentation annexed to the application within 90 days.

Application for a licence to manage sources of ionising radiation

The State Office for Nuclear Safety shall assign a registration number to each application and decide upon awarding a licence within 90 days of receiving the application. Simultaneously, it shall approve the draft documentation.

The business may be conducted after fulfilling all the above stated requirements.

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If you have any questions, you can contact Points of Single Contact (PSC) set up at 15 municipal trade licence offices in all regions. More information on PSCs.

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Forms referred to in the guideline: