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Cellmed Donates Volleyball Team Sports Uniform To RPAZ

HARARE: Sport plays a very important role in people’s health and organizations that allow staff to engage in sporting activities should be emulated, an official from a medical aid society, has said. Speaking during an official handover ceremony of a sports uniform kit for the Radiation Protection Authority of Zimbabwe (RPAZ) Volleyball team at Belgravia […]

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RPAZ hosts another fellow from Uganda

HARARE: The Radiation Protection Authority of Zimbabwe [RPAZ]’s leading role in regulatory activities in Africa has once again received recognition from the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) which has sent in a fellow from Uganda for two months on-the job training. The Fellow, Ms Grace Kukiriza is employed as a Radiation Protection Officer at the […]

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Inaugural Radiation Protection And Cancer Awareness Reporter Of The Year Receives Award At A Colourful Njama Ceremony

HARARE: It was a hive of activity at a local hotel in Harare last night when journalists, corporate sponsors and well wishers gathered to witness the National Journalistic and Media Awards (NJAMA) ceremony for the 2014-15 period. The Radiation Protection Authority of Zimbabwe (RPAZ) was a first time sponsor in a new category: Radiation Protection […]

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Regulatory Inspections

It is an examination by review of documents, observation, measurement and tests undertaken by the Authority during any stage of the regulatory process to ensure compliance of a facility to legal requirements.

Dosimetry

Radiation Protection Authority of Zimbabwe (RPAZ) provides the national dosimetry service for all the radiation workers in Zimbabwe. (In effect all the persons occupationally exposed to ionizing radiation.)  All radiation workers are legally required to be monitored. The  dosimetry  service  entails  the issuing  and  dispatch  of  dosimeters  to radiation  workers  for monitoring  radiation exposure.   At the end of the monitoring period (wearing period), the dosimeters are sent back to the RPAZ which processes the dosimeters once they have been returned and dose results are then sent to the clients.  For this service, an administration fee is charged.

Licensing

According to Section 4 of the Radiation Protection Act [Chapter 15:15] of 2004 some of the functions and powers of the Authority are
• to issue standards and norms governing exemption, notification, registration and licensing of radiation sources and radiation protection and safety; and
• to issue authorizations for the possession and use of radiation sources;

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Regulatory Inspections

It is an examination by review of documents, observation, measurement and tests undertaken by the Authority during any stage of the regulatory process to ensure compliance of a facility to legal requirements.

Dosimetry

Radiation Protection Authority of Zimbabwe (RPAZ) provides the national dosimetry service for all the radiation workers in Zimbabwe. (In effect all the persons occupationally exposed to ionizing radiation.)  All radiation workers are legally required to be monitored. The  dosimetry  service  entails  the issuing  and  dispatch  of  dosimeters  to radiation  workers  for monitoring  radiation exposure.   At the end of the monitoring period (wearing period), the dosimeters are sent back to the RPAZ which processes the dosimeters once they have been returned and dose results are then sent to the clients.  For this service, an administration fee is charged.

Licensing

According to Section 4 of the Radiation Protection Act [Chapter 15:15] of 2004 some of the functions and powers of the Authority are
• to issue standards and norms governing exemption, notification, registration and licensing of radiation sources and radiation protection and safety; and
• to issue authorizations for the possession and use of radiation sources;

services

Regulatory Inspections

It is an examination by review of documents, observation, measurement and tests undertaken by the Authority during any stage of the regulatory process to ensure compliance of a facility to legal requirements.

Dosimetry

Radiation Protection Authority of Zimbabwe (RPAZ) provides the national dosimetry service for all the radiation workers in Zimbabwe. (In effect all the persons occupationally exposed to ionizing radiation.)  All radiation workers are legally required to be monitored. The  dosimetry  service  entails  the issuing  and  dispatch  of  dosimeters  to radiation  workers  for monitoring  radiation exposure.   At the end of the monitoring period (wearing period), the dosimeters are sent back to the RPAZ which processes the dosimeters once they have been returned and dose results are then sent to the clients.  For this service, an administration fee is charged.

Licensing

According to Section 4 of the Radiation Protection Act [Chapter 15:15] of 2004 some of the functions and powers of the Authority are
• to issue standards and norms governing exemption, notification, registration and licensing of radiation sources and radiation protection and safety; and
• to issue authorizations for the possession and use of radiation sources;