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Government Resources for more information

Stuart Hunt & Associates offers a wealth of knowledge and information to all of its customers.  However, there may be times when you wish to consult official government and regulatory sites.  Read on for a selection of sites that you may find helpful.

If you have any questions or would like any information you find on these sites, please contact the team at Stuart Hunt & Associates.  

We've collected an assortment of links to online government and regulatory resources that may be useful to those involved with radiation protection.

Canadian Nuclear Safety Commission - the government agency responsible for the regulation of nuclear substances in Canada.

Radiation Protection Bureau - a Health Canada department that is "concerned with radiation risks to humans, for example from medical and industrial x-ray equipment, lasers, ultraviolet radiation from the sun, microwave ovens, airport noise and power lines and radon in homes."

National Dose Registry - an agency of the Radiation Protection Bureau, whose purpose is the tracking and recording of radiation dose in Canada.

Federal-Provincial-Territorial Radiation Protection Committee - a group formed to "advance the development and harmonization of practices and standards for radiation protection within Federal, Provincial and Territorial jurisdictions."

Transport Canada (TDG) - the site for transportation of dangerous goods in Canada.