Administration Of Radioactive Substances Advisory Committee Department Of Health

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ADMINISTRATION OF RADIOACTIVE SUBSTANCES ADVISORY COMMITTEE

Department

Department of Health

Chair

Dr John Rees

Chief Executive

Mr Steve Ebdon-Jackson

Classification

Advisory NDPB

Contact Details

ARSAC Support Unit, Centre for Radiation, Chemical and Environmental Hazards, Public Health England, Chilton, Didcot, Oxon, 0X11 0RQ
Phone: 01235 825006/825007
Email: arsac@phe.gov.uk

WebSite: www.arsac.org.uk/

Overview

To advise Health Ministers with respect to the grant, renewal, suspension, revocation and variation of certificates and generally in connection with the system of prior authorisation required by Article 5(a) of Council Directive 76/579/Euratom. This has been superceded by the Basic Safety Standard Directive for radiation protection 059/2013 but not yet implemented into UK law.

The Committee was established in 1979. Secretariat provided by Public Health England. Funding subsumed in PHE core funds. Members are appointment by Health Ministers. This is a Statutory Advisory Committee.

PB13 Entry FULL
PB Reform Retain
Regulatory Function Yes
Chairs Remuneration (p.a. unless otherwise stated)
Chief Executive / Secretary Remuneration
Public Meetings No
Public Minutes No
Register of Interests Yes
Ombudsman PHSO
Last Annual Report 2008
Last Review 2010
Audit Arrangements
OCPA Regulated Yes

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