The document sets forth the conditions and further information for obtaining the licence to conduct personal dosimetry and other services important for radiation protection.
1. General conditions
The licence shall be granted to individuals who:
- have full legal capacity
- have a probity and are professionally eligible (the applicant does not need to comply with the requirement for professional eligibility provided that the condition is met by their representative in charge)
The licence shall be granted to legal entities where the persons who are the statutory officers or members of the statutory body of the legal entity:
- have full legal capacity
- have a probity and at least one of them must comply with the requirement for professional eligibility
The professional eligibility of such persons may be acknowledged pursuant to Act No. 18/2004 Coll., on the recognition of professional qualification and other competence of EU Member State nationals and some nationals of other countries and on amendments of certain acts (Act on the Recognition of Professional Qualification).
2. A further condition involves the submission of documentation specified by the legislation along with the application
- description of services to be provided and their envisaged scope
- description of preparedness of the equipment and staff
- documents showing special professional eligibility to conduct the services
- specification of methodologies and procedures used
- overview of instrumentation and its availability in terms of carrying out the proposed services
- concept for the provision of metrological testing
The documentation under points 4 to 6 shall not be submitted for services not associated with the measurement and assessment of ionising radiation or radionuclides.
3. The final condition is that the documentation specified by law is approved by the State Office for Nuclear Safety. Approval is denoted by the issuance of a resolution on the approval of documentation.
- for individuals: name(s) and surname, birth number, where available, permanent residential address or residential address, and/or name and surname, birth number, where available, permanent residential address or residential address of the representative in charge, if applicable; for legal entities: trade name and legal status, registered address or address of organisational units in the territory of the Czech Republic, where relevant, identification number, where available, name and surname, permanent residential address or residential address of person or persons constituting their statutory officers, identification number, provided that one has already been assigned by the Authority
- the subject and scope of activity for which the licence is sought, site at which the activity shall be carried out, how the activity will be provided, its duration and method of termination.
- signature of the individual (natural person) applying for the licence, or the statutory officer of the legal entity applying for the licence, or other representative of the statutory body empowered subject to powers of attorney
the licence application must be supported with the statutorily specified documentation, i.e.:
- extract from the Commercial Register, where the applicant is a legal entity liable to inclusion in the Commercial Register
- documentary proof of professional eligibility for the licensed activity to be carried out by the individual concerned, or documentary proof of professional eligibility for the representative in charge (where applicable), provided that the applicant is a natural person; documentary proof of professional eligibility for the licensed activity on the part of at least one member of the statutory body or one executive officer, where the applicant is a legal entity; where a supervisor has been appointed, their written consent and documentation corroborating their special professional eligibility
- documentation required for the individual licensed activity. The content of the documentation is set forth in an annex to the Atomic Act. The extent and method of drafting the documentation (to be approved by the State Office) for the licensed activities shall be specified by the implementing rules
Cross-border provision is conditional upon the award of a licence by the State Office for Nuclear Safety.
Type of licence
- Licence to conduct personal dosimetry and other services important for radiation protection (administrative decision, individual administrative act)
- State Office for Nuclear Safety
Control and supervisory bodies
- State Office for Nuclear Safety
Procedure for granting a licence
- An applicant shall submit an application for the licence to conduct personal dosimetry and other services important for radiation protection.
- The State Office for Nuclear Safety shall issue the licence and simultaneously approve the draft documentation annexed to the application within 90 days.
Application clearing deadline
- 90 days
- CZK 1,000
Validity period of licence
Authorisation granted by expiration of deadline period
- These proceedings are subject to the rule that a licence shall be automatically granted upon expiry of the deadline period.
- Act No. 18/1997 Coll., on peaceful utilisation of nuclear energy and ionising radiation (Atomic Act) and amendment of and additions to certain Acts (Art. 9 Paragraph 1 letter r)
Related legal regulations
- Decree No. 307/2002 Coll., on radiation protection
- Decree No. 146/1997 Coll., specifying activities directly affecting nuclear safety and activities especially important from a radiation protection viewpoint, requirements on qualification and professional training, on the method to be used for verification of special professional competency and for issuing authorisations to selected personnel, and the form of documentation to be approved for licensing expert training of selected personnel
- Decree No. 132/2008 Coll., on the quality assurance system in carrying out activities connected with the utilization of nuclear energy and radiation protection and on quality assurance of selected equipment regarding their assignment to classes of nuclear safety
Current Community regulations
- Council Directive 96/29/Euratom, laying down basic safety standards for the protection of the health of workers and the general public against the dangers arising from ionizing radiation