Last update : June 11, 2015 National competent authoritiesNational competent authorities: Nuclear Regulatory Agensy National Center of Radiobiology and Radiation Protection - Ministry of Health National legislative frameworkMain texts of the national regulation: Act on the safe use of nuclear energy (2012) Health Act (2012) Regulation 32 on terms and conditions for individual minitoring of occupationally exposed workers (2005). Regulation 28 on terms and conditions for registration, processing and storage of data contained in the register for occupationally exposed workers who work or have worked in ionizing radiation environment. (2005). Regulation on the procedure for issuing licences and permits for sefe use of nuclear energy (2012). Regulation on basic norms of radiation protection (2012). Regulation on radiation protection during activities with sources of ionizing radiation. Provisions more stringent than the Directive EURATOM: No National dose registerNational body responsible of national statistics: National Center of Radiobiology and Radiation Protection - Ministry of Health Types of recorded data: Passive dosimetryInternal dosimetry: commited doses onlyData sender to the register: All dosimetry servicesDoses received in another country: NoOther access to the register data: WorkersAuthoritiesOccupational doctorEmployer Radiation passbookWorkers with radiation passbook: AllRadiation passbook centralisation: No Approved dosimetry servicesApproval of dosimetry services: The requirements are given in: Regulation on basic norms of radiation protection. The requirement is dosimetry service to be accredited. Approved dosimetry services: 5 dosimetry services for external exposure. 2 dosimetry services for internal exposure. Individual monitoring services: 2 dosimetry services for radon concentration measurements. Intercomparison measurement programs: YesIntercomparisons in 3 years period. Not mandatory. On voluntary basis. External exposureReference dosimetry: Passive dosimetryCategory B workers: YesPositioning of the dosemeter: Under the lead apronPassive dosimetry - Radiation background: Background is subsracted using the informaton from the same type of dosimeters stored on site. Duration of the monitoring: 1 or 3 monts Description of the personal whole body dosemetersWhole body dosimetry: TLDRPLOSLSSNTDBubbledetectorsOthers(precise which one)Recording level(mSv) Photon or photon/electronHp(10)YFilm dosemeters Photon or photon/electronHp(0.07)YFilm dosemeters Description of the personal extremity dosemeters (ring)Extremity dosemeter (ring): TLDOthers(precise which one)Recording level(mSv) Photon/electronHp(0.07)Y Description of the personal extremity dosemeters (wrist)Extremity dosemeter (wrist): TLDOthers(precise which one)Recording level(mSv) Photon/electronHp(0.07)Y PhotonHp(10)Y Description of the lens dosemetersLens dosemeter: TLDOthers(precise which one)Recording level(mSv) Photon/electronHp(0.07), Hp(3), Hp(10)Y Internal exposure monitoringIn vivo measurements: gamma spectrometry measurements Internal commited dose assessment: Dosimetry services providing those measurements. Recording level for internal commited dose: Expected effective dose above 1 mSv per year.