Where the operator1 has made an evaluation2 which shows that a radiation emergency3 might arise, the operator must make an adequate emergency plan (an 'operator's emergency plan') designed to secure, so far as is reasonably practicable4, the restriction of exposure to ionising radiation5 and the health and safety of persons who may be affected by radiation emergencies identified by the evaluation6.
The operator's emergency plan must contain the specified information7 and must be drawn up having regard to the specified principles8. The operator must not require any person to
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