asked the Secretary of State for Employment in how many establishments and on how many occasions the permitted level of radiation was exceeded in each year from 1970; and how many workers were involved in each case.
[pursuant to his reply, 31 January 1980, Vol. 977 c. 579]: The maximum doses of ionising radiation which may be received at work by persons employed in licensed nuclear installations and in factory premises are laid down in, respectively, the conditions attached to the Nuclear Site Licences and the Ionising Radiations Regulations 1968 and 1969. United Kingdom Atomic Energy Authority nuclear sites and laboratories are not subject to licensing, or the requirements of the Ionising Radiation
|Licensed Nuclear Installations||UKAEA Establishments||Premises to which the Ionising Radiations Regulations apply|
|Year||Number of overdoses||Number of incidents||Number of establishments involved||Number of overdoses||Number of establishments involved||Number of overdoses||Number of establishment involved|