Where an emergency plan prepared pursuant to the Radiation (Emergency Preparedness and Public Information) Regulations 20191 provides for the possibility of any employee2 receiving an emergency exposure3, each employer4 must, in relation to that employer's employees: (1) identify those employees who may be subject to emergency exposures; (2) provide those employees with appropriate training in the field of radiation protection and such information and instruction as is suitable and sufficient for them to know the risks to health created by exposure to ionising radiation5 and the precautions which should be taken; (3) provide such equipment as is necessary to
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