NCRP

Statements

  Title
statements Statement No. 12 – Where are the Radiation Professionals (WARP)? (2015)
statements Statement No. 11 – Outline of Administrative Policies for Quality Assurance and Peer Review of Tissue Reactions Associated with Fluoroscopically-Guided Interventions (2014) 
errata 
statements Statement No. 10 – Recent Applications of the NCRP Public Dose Limit Recommendation for Ionizing Radiation (2004)
statements Statement No. 9 – Extension of the Skin Dose Limit for Hot Particles to Other External Sources of Skin Irradiation (2001)
statements Statement No. 8 – The Application of ALARA for Occupational Exposures (1999)
statements Statement No. 7 – The Probability That a Particular Malignancy May Have Been Caused by a Specified Irradiation (1992)
statements Statement No. 6 – Control of Air Emissions of Radionuclides (1984)
statements Statement No. 5 – NCRP Statement on Dose Limit for Neutrons (1980)
statements Statement No. 4 – Specification of Units of Natural Uranium and Natural Thorium, Statement of the National Council on Radiation Protection and Measurements (1973)
statements Statement No. 3 – X-Ray Protection Standards for Home Television Receivers, Interim Statement of the National Council on Radiation Protection and Measurements (1968)
statements Statement No. 2 – “Statements on Maximum Permissible Dose from Television Receivers and Maximum Permissible Dose to the Skin of the Whole Body, ”

Am. J. Roentgenol., Radium Ther. and Nucl. Med. 84, 152 (1960) and Radiology 75, 122 (1960)

statements Statement No. 1 – “Blood Counts, Statement of the National Committee on Radiation Protection,” Radiology 63, 428 (1954)
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