[ RadSafe ] Radiation Safety - Bahrain
Cowie, Michael I
michael.cowie at aramco.com
Sun Apr 8 01:14:43 CDT 2012
Mark, I work next door to Bahrain in Saudi Arabia. Not sure (or aware) of any Bahraini National regulations, but maybe you could use some of these contacts to ascertain what is used:
Also got given this gentleman's name as someone who may be able to assist:
Mr. Ali Hussain Matrook / Sr. Environmental Inspector
Email / alim at pmew.gov.bh
Tel. :(00973) 17875186
Radiation Protection Unit
Environmental Protection Dept
+966-3 880-9747 +966-3 875-8285
michael.cowie at aramco.com
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From: radsafe-bounces at health.phys.iit.edu [mailto:radsafe-bounces at health.phys.iit.edu] On Behalf Of Mark Ramsay
Sent: Wednesday, April 04, 2012 9:48 AM
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Subject: [ RadSafe ] Radiation Safety - Bahrain
Anyone working in Kingdom of Bahrain and / or knows latest position with regards local radiation safety legislation?
Last time I was in Bahrain the major companies I was dealing with were working to IAEA standards and in some cases UK practice (essentially the same, some terminology different). I am aware that some regulation / decree is in place for medical uses of ionising radiation, but to my knowledge there is not a unified piece of local legislation dealing with general uses of ionising radiation (I.e. similar fashion to the FANR system in UAE).
If anyone can update me, provide links or any other relevant info, would be much appreciated.
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