A program within the Food and Drug Administration that addresses the elimination of unnecessary human exposure to radiation.
A nonprofit professional organization whose primary membership is made up of radiation professionals in state and local government who regulate the use of radiation sources. Other members include individuals with an interest in radiation protection.
Learn how to properly handle and dispose of exit signs to protect public health and the environment, especially those containing the radioactive material tritium.
An international professional scientific organization dedicated to promoting the practice of radiation safety.
The Board's mission is to enhance economic development and the quality of life in the South through innovations in energy and environmental programs and technologies.
This site contains information about Radiation and the professions of Radiation Protection. It is hosted by the Idaho State University Health Physics Program and Student Chapter of the Health Physics Society.