Australian Radiation Protection and Nuclear Safety Amendment (2015 Measures No. 1) Regulation 2015

Link to law: https://www.comlaw.gov.au/Details/F2015L00776

 
Australian Radiation Protection and Nuclear Safety Amendment (2015 Measures No. 1) Regulation 2015
 
Select Legislative Instrument No. 73, 2015
I, General the Honourable Sir Peter Cosgrove AK MC (Ret’d), Governor‑General of the Commonwealth of Australia, acting with the advice of the Federal Executive Council, make the following regulation.
Dated 28 May 2015
Peter Cosgrove
Governor‑General
By His Excellency’s Command
Fiona Nash
Assistant Minister for Health
 
  
  
Contents
1............ Name................................................................................................... 1
2............ Commencement................................................................................... 1
3............ Authority............................................................................................. 1
4............ Schedules............................................................................................ 1
Schedule 1—Amendments                                                                                                2
Part 1—Amendments of fees                                                                                    2
Australian Radiation Protection and Nuclear Safety Regulations 1999        2
Part 2—Other amendments                                                                                        5
Australian Radiation Protection and Nuclear Safety Regulations 1999        5
 
1  Name
                   This is the Australian Radiation Protection and Nuclear Safety Amendment (2015 Measures No. 1) Regulation 2015.
2  Commencement
                   This instrument commences on 1 July 2015.
3  Authority
                   This instrument is made under the Australian Radiation Protection and Nuclear Safety Act 1998.
4  Schedules
                   Each instrument that is specified in a Schedule to this instrument is amended or repealed as set out in the applicable items in the Schedule concerned, and any other item in a Schedule to this instrument has effect according to its terms.
Schedule 1—Amendments
Part 1—Amendments of fees
Australian Radiation Protection and Nuclear Safety Regulations 1999
1  Amendments of listed provisions—Schedule 3A
The items of the table in Schedule 3A listed in the following table are amended as set out in the table.
 
Amendments relating to facility licence application fees—nuclear installations

Item
Table item
Omit
Substitute

1
Item 1
27 285
28 021

2
Item 2
170 531
175 135

3
Item 3
136 426
140 109

4
Item 4
68 212
70 053

5
Item 5
68 212
70 053

6
Item 6
136 426
140 109

7
Item 7
545 701
560 434

8
Item 8
136 426
140 109

9
Item 9
584 681
600 467

10
Item 10
136 426
140 109

11
Item 11
13 642
14 010

12
Item 12
61 390
63 047

13
Item 13
13 642
14 010

14
Item 14
61 390
63 047

15
Item 15
27 285
28 021

16
Item 16
324 823
333 593

17
Item 17
389 787
400 311

18
Item 18
13 642
14 010

19
Item 19
204 638
210 163

20
Item 20
27 285
28 021

21
Item 21
68 212
70 053

22
Item 22
136 426
140 109

23
Item 23
13 642
14 010

24
Item 24
122 783
126 098

25
Item 25
27 285
28 021

2  Amendments of listed provisions—Part 1 of Schedule 3B
The items of the table in Part 1 of Schedule 3B listed in the following table are amended as set out in the table.
 
Amendments relating to facility licence application fees—prescribed radiation facilities (general)

Item
Table item
Omit
Substitute

1
Item 1
12 278
12 609

2
Item 2
12 278
12 609

3
Item 3
12 278
12 609

4
Item 4
12 278
12 609

5
Item 5
12 278
12 609

6
Item 6
12 278
12 609

7
Item 7
24 557
25 220

3  Amendments of listed provisions—Part 2 of Schedule 3B
The items of the table in Part 2 of Schedule 3B listed in the following table are amended as set out in the table.
 
Amendments relating to facility licence application fees—prescribed radiation facilities (other)

Item
Table item
Omit
Substitute

1
Item 1
40 927
42 032

2
Item 2
27 285
28 021

3
Item 3
40 927
42 032

4
Item 4
27 285
28 021

4  Amendments of listed provisions—Part 2 of Schedule 3C
The items of the table in Part 2 of Schedule 3C listed in the following table are amended as set out in the table.
 
Amendments relating to source licence application fees—amount of fees

Item
Table item
Omit
Substitute

1
Item 1
682
700

2
Item 1
2 728
2 801

3
Item 1
8 185
8 405

4
Item 2
1 772
1 819

5
Item 2
5 457
5 604

6
Item 2
16 370
16 811

7
Item 3
3 411
3 503

8
Item 3
10 257
10 533

9
Item 3
30 012
30 822

 
Part 2—Other amendments
Australian Radiation Protection and Nuclear Safety Regulations 1999
5  Regulation 3
Repeal the regulation, substitute:
3  Definitions
Note:          A number of expressions used in these regulations are defined in the Act, including the following:
(a)    controlled apparatus;
(b)    controlled facility;
(c)    controlled material;
(d)    controlled person;
(e)    deal with.
                   In these regulations:
absorbed dose means the energy absorbed per unit mass by matter from ionizing radiation that impinges upon it.
Note:          See Annex B to the Recommendations for Limiting Exposure to Ionizing Radiation.
Act means the Australian Radiation Protection and Nuclear Safety Act 1998.
action level means an intervention level applied to exposure to radiation.
application fee, for a licence, includes the ordinary costs of processing the application for the licence, but does not include any additional expenses that may be incurred by the CEO in respect of any peer review or consultancy that the CEO considers necessary for the purpose of deciding whether to issue the licence.
committed effective dose means the effective dose that a person is committed to receive from an intake of radioactive material.
Note:          See Annex B to the Recommendations for Limiting Exposure to Ionizing Radiation.
Committee means the Radiation Health Committee or the Nuclear Safety Committee.
Council means the Radiation Health and Safety Advisory Council created by section 19 of the Act.
dose includes absorbed dose, equivalent dose or effective dose.
Note:          See Annex B to the Recommendations for Limiting Exposure to Ionizing Radiation.
effective dose means a measure of dose that takes into account both the type of radiation involved and the radiological sensitivities of the organs and tissues irradiated.
Note:          See Annex B to the Recommendations for Limiting Exposure to Ionizing Radiation.
equivalent dose means a measure of dose in organs and tissues that takes into account the type of radiation involved.
Note:          See Annex B to the Recommendations for Limiting Exposure to Ionizing Radiation.
excluded exposure, for the definition of occupational exposure, means the component of exposure which arises from natural background radiation, provided that:
                     (a)  any relevant action level or levels for the workplace are not exceeded; and
                     (b)  the CEO does not prohibit the exclusion of that component.
exposure means the circumstance of being exposed to radiation.
external exposure means exposure to radiation from a source outside the human body.
holder, of a licence, means the controlled person to whom the licence is issued.
irradiator means a device that contains a controlled material that gives a controlled dose of radiation to any target material.
medical exposure means:
                     (a)  the exposure of a person to radiation received:
                              (i)  as a patient undergoing medical diagnosis or therapy; or
                             (ii)  as a volunteer in medical research; or
                     (b)  non‑occupational exposure received as a consequence of assisting an exposed patient.
National Standard for Limiting Occupational Exposure to Ionizing Radiation means the document of that title as republished by ARPANSA in 2002 in the single document titled Recommendations for Limiting Exposure to Ionizing Radiation (1995) and National Standard for Limiting Occupational Exposure to Ionizing Radiation (Radiation Protection Series No. 1).
Note:          The single document could in 2015 be viewed on ARPANSA’s website (http://www.arpansa.gov.au).
occupational exposure means exposure of a person to radiation that:
                     (a)  occurs in the course of the person’s work; and
                     (b)  is not excluded exposure.
public exposure means the exposure of a person to radiation that is neither occupational exposure nor medical exposure.
Recommendations for Limiting Exposure to Ionizing Radiation means the document titled Recommendations for Limiting Exposure to Ionizing Radiation (1995), as republished by ARPANSA in 2002 in the single document titled Recommendations for Limiting Exposure to Ionizing Radiation (1995) and National Standard for Limiting Occupational Exposure to Ionizing Radiation (Radiation Protection Series No. 1).
Note:          The single document could in 2015 be viewed on ARPANSA’s website (http://www.arpansa.gov.au).
same location, in relation to a controlled apparatus or controlled material: see subregulation 40D(3).
sealed source means controlled material permanently contained in a capsule, or closely bound in a solid form, that is strong enough to be leak‑tight for:
                     (a)  the intended use of the controlled material; and
                     (b)  any foreseeable abnormal events likely to affect the controlled material.
unsealed source means controlled material that is not a sealed source.
waste package, in relation to controlled material contained or to be contained in a nuclear waste storage facility or a nuclear waste disposal facility, means the waste form of the controlled material and its container as prepared for handling, transport, storage or disposal.
3A  Parent nuclides and progeny nuclides included in secular equilibrium
             (1)  For these regulations, in determining the activity of a parent nuclide mentioned in an item in the table in clause 3 of Schedule 2, include the activity of any progeny nuclide mentioned in that item that is included in secular equilibrium with the parent nuclide.
Note:          Parent nuclides are also marked a in the table in clause 2 of Schedule 2.
             (2)  Except for subregulation (1), the activity of a progeny nuclide mentioned in an item in the table in clause 3 of Schedule 2 is taken to be nil when included in secular equilibrium with a parent nuclide mentioned in that item.
6  Paragraph 4(2)(b)
Before “Schedule 1”, insert “the table in clause 1 of”.
7  Subregulation 4(3)
Omit “an apparatus is not a controlled apparatus”, substitute “an apparatus covered by subregulation (2) is not a controlled apparatus under that subregulation”.
8  Paragraph 4(3A)(a)
Omit “; and”, substitute “; or”.
9  Paragraph 6(1)(c)
After “1013 Bq”, insert “but not more than 1015 Bq”.
10  Paragraph 6(2)(a)
Omit “column 4 of Part 2”, substitute “an item in the table in clause 2”.
11  Paragraph 7(2)(b)
Omit “column 3 of Part 2”, substitute “an item in the table in clause 2”.
12  Paragraph 7(3)(a)
Omit “column 4 of Part 2”, substitute “an item in the table in clause 2”.
13  Paragraph 8(3)(b)
Omit “column 3 of Part 2”, substitute “an item in the table in clause 2”.
14  Paragraph 8(4)(a)
Omit “column 4 of Part 2”, substitute “an item in the table in clause 2”.
15  Paragraph 11(2)(a)
Omit “column 4 of Part 2”, substitute “an item in the table in clause 2”.
16  Subregulations 38(1) and (3)
Omit “Part 1”, substitute “an item in the table in clause 1”.
17  Paragraph 38(3)(b)
Omit “or 60; or”, substitute “or 60.”.
18  Paragraph 38(3)(c)
Repeal the paragraph.
19  Subregulation 38(5)
Omit “Part 1”, substitute “an item in the table in clause 1”.
20  Paragraph 38(5)(b)
Omit “or 60; or”, substitute “or 60.”.
21  Paragraph 38(5)(c)
Repeal the paragraph.
22  Paragraph 38(6)(a)
Omit “Part 1”, substitute “an item in the table in clause 1”.
23  Paragraph 39(2)(a)
Omit “Part 1”, substitute “the table in clause 1”.
24  Paragraph 39(3)(a)
Omit “Part 2”, substitute “the table in clause 2”.
25  Subregulation 40B(1)
Omit “column 2 of an item in”, substitute “an item in the table in clause 1 of”.
26  Subregulation 40B(2)
Repeal the subregulation, substitute:
             (2)  The amount of the application fee for the licence is the amount mentioned in the item.
27  Subregulation 40C(1)
Omit “column 2 of an item in Part 1”, substitute “an item in the table in clause 1”.
28  Subregulation 40C(2)
Before “application fee”, insert “amount of the”.
29  Paragraph 40C(2)(a)
Omit “, the fee mentioned in column 3 of the relevant item in Part 1 of Schedule 3B”, substitute “and subregulation (3), the amount mentioned in the item mentioned in subregulation (1)”.
30  Paragraph 40C(2)(b)
Omit “column 2 of an item in Part 2 of Schedule 3B—the fee mentioned in column 3 of that item”, substitute “an item in the table in clause 2 of Schedule 3B (the clause 2 item)—the amount mentioned in the clause 2 item”.
31  Subregulation 40C(3)
Omit “the application fee for the licence is the sum of the application fees for each thing authorised to be done by the licence”, substitute “the amount of the application fee for the licence is the sum of the amounts of the application fees that would have been applicable under subregulation (2) if applications for separate licences had been made for each of those things”.
32  Subregulation 40D(1)
Omit “column 2 of an item in Group 1, 2 or 3 of Part 1”, substitute “an item in a Group in the table in clause 1”.
33  Subregulation 40D(2)
Omit “application fee”, substitute “amount of the application fee for the licence”.
34  Subparagraph 40D(2)(a)(i)
Omit “fee mentioned in column 3 of the provision in Part 2”, substitute “amount mentioned in the item in the table in clause 2”.
35  Subparagraph 40D(2)(a)(ii)
Omit “fees mentioned in column 3 of the provisions in Part 2”, substitute “amounts mentioned in the items in the table in clause 2”.
36  Paragraph 40D(2)(b)
Omit “fees mentioned in column 3 of the provisions in Part 2”, substitute “amounts mentioned in the items in the table in clause 2”.
37  Subregulation 48(2)
After “accordance with”, insert “the following (as existing on 1 July 2015)”.
38  Paragraphs 48(2)(a), (b) and (c)
Omit “and”.
39  Paragraph 48(2)(d)
Repeal the paragraph, substitute:
                     (d)  the Code for the Safe Transport of Radioactive Material (2014) (Radiation Protection Series C‑2).
Note:          These documents could in 2015 be viewed on ARPANSA’s website (http://www.arpansa.gov.au).
40  Subregulation 48(3)
Omit “following Codes of Practice”, substitute “following (as existing on 1 July 2015)”.
41  At the end of paragraph 48(3)(a)
Add “(1985), published by the National Health and Medical Research Council”.
42  At the end of paragraph 48(3)(b)
Add “(1992), published by the National Health and Medical Research Council”.
43  Paragraph 48(3)(c)
Repeal the paragraph, substitute:
                     (c)  the Code for the Safe Transport of Radioactive Material (2014) (Radiation Protection Series C‑2);
44  At the end of subregulation 48(3)
Add:
Note:          These codes could in 2015 be viewed on ARPANSA’s website (http://www.arpansa.gov.au).
45  Regulations 49, 50 and 51
Repeal the regulations, substitute:
49  Managing safety
             (1)  The holder of a facility licence must take all reasonably practicable steps to manage the safety of the facility, including:
                     (a)  having in place plans and arrangements of the kind mentioned in item 4 of the table in clause 1 of Schedule 3; and
                     (b)  ensuring that such plans and arrangements are implemented to the extent reasonably practicable.
             (2)  The holder of a source licence must take all reasonably practicable steps to manage the safety of the source, including:
                     (a)  having in place plans and arrangements of the kind mentioned in item 4 of the table in clause 2 of Schedule 3; and
                     (b)  ensuring that such plans and arrangements are implemented to the extent reasonably practicable.
50  Reviewing and updating plans and arrangements for managing safety
             (1)  The holder of a licence must, at least once every 3 years, review and update the plans and arrangements mentioned in regulation 49 in relation to the licence.
             (2)  The holder of a licence must keep and maintain records of any changes made to the plans and arrangements.
             (3)  Subregulation (1) does not apply to the extent that the licence makes other arrangements for a matter mentioned in that subregulation.
51  CEO approval for certain changes
                   The holder of a licence must seek the CEO’s prior approval to do either of the following things if it will have significant implications for safety:
                     (a)  change the details in the application for the licence;
                     (b)  modify the source or facility mentioned in the licence.
46  Subregulation 52(1)
Omit “make a relevant change”, substitute “do a thing mentioned in paragraph 51(a) or (b)”.
47  Subregulation 52(2)
Repeal the subregulation, substitute:
             (2)  The holder of a licence must, within 3 months after doing a thing as mentioned in subregulation (1), tell the CEO about the thing.
48  Subregulation 52(3)
Omit “the subregulations”, substitute “that subregulation”.
49  Subregulation 53(1)
Omit “must only”, substitute “may only”.
50  After subregulation 53(1)
Insert:
          (1A)  The holder of a licence may only transfer controlled apparatus or controlled materials to another person (the transferee):
                     (a)  with the approval of the CEO; or
                     (b)  if both of the following apply:
                              (i)  the transferee is the holder of a facility licence or a source licence;
                             (ii)  the transferee’s licence authorises the transferee to receive the controlled apparatus or controlled materials.
51  Subregulation 53(2)
Repeal the subregulation, substitute:
             (2)  If the holder of a licence (the transferor) transfers controlled apparatus or controlled materials to another person (the transferee) under paragraph (1A)(b), the transferor must, within 7 days of the transfer, tell the CEO:
                     (a)  that the transfer has happened; and
                     (b)  the name of the transferee; and
                     (c)  the number of the licence held by the transferee; and
                     (d)  the location of the controlled apparatus or controlled materials after the transfer.
52  Subregulation 53(3)
Omit “or body”.
53  Subregulation 53(4)
After “(1),”, insert “(1A),”.
54  Part 5 (heading)
Repeal the heading, substitute:
Part 5—Practices and procedures to be followed
55  Subregulations 58(1) and (2)
Repeal the subregulations, substitute:
             (1)  The holder of a facility licence for a controlled facility must ensure that the doses to which a person is exposed, inside or in connection with the facility, do not exceed the effective dose limits mentioned in regulation 59, and the equivalent dose limits mentioned in regulation 62.
56  Subregulation 58(4)
Repeal the subregulation, substitute:
             (4)  The holder of a licence must ensure that radiation protection and safety of the following relating to the licence are optimised in order to achieve the outcome mentioned in subregulation (4A):
                     (a)  controlled material;
                     (b)  controlled apparatus (other than apparatus prescribed by these regulations that produce harmful non‑ionizing radiation when energised);
                     (c)  a controlled facility.
          (4A)  For subregulation (4), the outcome is that the following are as low as reasonably achievable after taking into account economic and societal factors:
                     (a)  the magnitude of individual doses;
                     (b)  the number of people who are exposed;
                     (c)  the likelihood of incurring exposures to radiation.
57  At the end of regulation 60
Add:
             (3)  For subregulation (1), a relevant period is:
                     (a)  for a controlled person—5 years; or
                     (b)  for a member of the public—1 year.
58  Regulation 61
After “mentioned in”, insert “the table in clause 1 of”.
59  Subregulation 62(1)
Repeal the subregulation, substitute:
             (1)  For occupational exposure, the equivalent dose limit to the lens of the eye is 20 mSv annually, averaged over 5 consecutive calendar years.
          (1A)  However, the equivalent dose to the lens of the eye for a person subject to occupational exposure must not, in a year, be greater than 50 mSv.
          (1B)  The equivalent dose to the lens of the eye for a person subject to public exposure must not, in a year, be greater than 15 mSv.
60  Division 5.3 (heading)
Repeal the heading, substitute:
Division 5.3—Practices and procedures
61  Regulation 62A (heading)
Repeal the heading, substitute:
62A  Practices and procedures
62  Subregulations 62A(1) and (2)
Omit “codes of practice”, substitute “codes”.
63  Subregulation 62A(2)
After “follows”, insert “(as existing on 1 July 2015)”.
64  Paragraph 62A(2)(c)
Repeal the paragraph, substitute:
                     (c)  the Code for the Safe Transport of Radioactive Material (2014) (Radiation Protection Series C‑2).
Note:          These codes could in 2015 be viewed on ARPANSA’s website (http://www.arpansa.gov.au).
65  Schedule 1 (before the table)
Insert:
1  Exposure limits for non‑ionizing radiation
                   The following table sets out exposure limits for non‑ionizing radiation.
66  Schedule 1 (table item 1)
Repeal the item, substitute:
Exposure limits for non‑ionizing radiation

Item
Exposure limits

1
The exposure limits mentioned in the Interim guidelines on limits of exposure to 50/60 Hz electric and magnetic fields (1989), National Health and Medical Research Council, Radiation Health Series No. 30, as in force when these regulations commence.

67  At the end of Schedule 1
Add:
Note:          The documents mentioned in items 1, 3 and 6 of the table could in 2015 be viewed on ARPANSA’s website (http://www.arpansa.gov.au).
68  Schedule 2 (note to Schedule heading)
After “regulations”, insert “3A,”.
69  Part 1 of Schedule 2 (heading)
Repeal the heading, substitute:
Part 1—Exempt dealings
70  Part 1 of Schedule 2 (after the heading)
Insert:
1  Exempt dealings
                   The following table sets out dealings that are exempt dealings.
71  Part 1 of Schedule 2 (table, headings)
Repeal the headings, substitute:
 
Exempt dealings

Item
Description of dealing

72  Part 1 of Schedule 2 (table item 1, column headed “Description of dealing”, paragraph (a))
Omit “concentration for the material mentioned in column 3 of Part 2”, substitute “activity concentration value for the material set out in an item in the table in clause 2”.
73  Part 1 of Schedule 2 (table item 1, column headed “Description of dealing”, paragraph (b))
Omit “of less than the activity in column 4 of Part 2”, substitute “less than the activity value for the material set out in that item”.
74  Part 1 of Schedule 2 (table item 2, column headed “Description of dealing”, paragraph (a))
Omit “activity for the material in column 4 of Part 2”, substitute “activity value for the material set out in an item in the table in clause 2”.
75  Part 1 of Schedule 2 (table item 2, column headed “Description of dealing”, paragraph (b))
Omit “activity concentration for the material in column 3 of Part 2”, substitute “activity concentration value for the material set out in that item”.
76  Part 1 of Schedule 2 (table item 4, column headed “Description of dealing”, paragraph (c))
Omit “Code of Practice for the Safe Transport of Radioactive Material (2008) (Radiation Protection Series No. 2)”, substitute “Code for the Safe Transport of Radioactive Material (2014) (Radiation Protection Series C‑2)”.
77  Part 1 of Schedule 2 (table item 7, column headed “Description of dealing”, paragraph (a))
Repeal the paragraph.
78  Part 1 of Schedule 2 (at the end of the cell at table item 7, column headed “Description of dealing”)
Add:
; (h) an electron capture detector or similar device used in gas chromatography containing:
(i) a nickel‑63 sealed source with activity not more than 750 MBq; or
(ii) a tritium source with activity not more than 20 GBq;
(i) lighting products that include krypton‑85.
79  Part 1 of Schedule 2 (at the end of the table)
Add:
9
The dealing involves a sealed radioactive source used for teaching the characteristics and properties of radiation or radiation sources, and the sealed source contains one or more of the following:
(a) Cobalt‑60 with an activity not greater than 200 kBq;
(b) Strontium‑90 with an activity not greater than 80 kBq;
(c) Caesium‑137 with an activity not greater than 200 kBq;
(d) Radium‑226 with an activity not greater than 20 kBq;
(e) Americium‑241 with an activity not greater than 40 kBq.

10
The dealing involves a geological sample that:
(a) contains radioactive material that emits radiation at a level not exceeding 5 micrograys an hour, measured at a distance of 10 cm from its surface; and
(b) is being used as a sample in teaching or for display as a geological specimen.

80  At the end of Part 1 of Schedule 2
Add:
Note:          The code mentioned in item 4 of the table could in 2015 be viewed on ARPANSA’s website (http://www.arpansa.gov.au).
81  Parts 2, 3 and 4 of Schedule 2
Repeal the Parts, substitute:
Part 2—Activity concentration values and activity values for nuclides
  
2  Activity concentration values and activity values for nuclides
                   The following table sets out activity concentration values and activity values for nuclides.
Note 1:       The activity of a progeny nuclide included in secular equilibrium with a parent nuclide is dealt with in regulation 3A. Parent nuclides and progeny nuclides are set out in the table in clause 3, and parent nuclides are also marked a in the following table.
Note 2:       A nuclide marked m or m’ in the following table indicates a metastable state of the nuclide, with the metastable state m’ indicating a state of higher energy than the metastable state m.
 
Activity concentration values and activity values for nuclides

Item
Nuclide
Activity concentration value
(Bq/g)
Activity value
(Bq)

1
H‑3
1 x 106
1 x 109

2
Be‑7
1 x 103
1 x 107

3
Be‑10
1 x 104
1 x 106

4
C‑11
1 x 101
1 x 106

5
C‑14
1 x 104
1 x 107

6
Ne‑13
1 x 102
1 x 109

7
Ne‑19
1 x 102
1 x 109

8
O‑15
1 x 102
1 x 109

9
F‑18
1 x 101
1 x 106

10
Na‑22
1 x 101
1 x 106

11
Na‑24
1 x 101
1 x 105

12
Mg‑28
1 x 101
1 x 105

13
Al‑26
1 x 101
1 x 105

14
Si‑31
1 x 103
1 x 106

15
Si‑32
1 x 103
1 x 106

16
P‑32
1 x 103
1 x 105

17
P‑33
1 x 105
1 x 108

18
S‑35
1 x 105
1 x 108

19
Cl‑36
1 x 104
1 x 106

20
Cl‑38
1 x 101
1 x 105

21
Cl‑39
1 x 101
1 x 105

22
Ar‑37
1 x 106
1 x 108

23
Ar‑39
1 x 107
1 x 104

24
Ar‑41
1 x 102
1 x 109

25
K‑40
1 x 102
1 x 106

26
K‑42
1 x 102
1 x 106

27
K‑43
1 x 101
1 x 106

28
K‑44
1 x 101
1 x 105

29
K‑45
1 x 101
1 x 105

30
Ca‑41
1 x 105
1 x 107

31
Ca‑45
1 x 104
1 x 107

32
Ca‑47
1 x 101
1 x 106

33
Sc‑43
1 x 101
1 x 106

34
Sc‑44
1 x 101
1 x 105

35
Sc‑45
1 x 102
1 x 107

36
Sc‑46
1 x 101
1 x 106

37
Sc‑47
1 x 102
1 x 106

38
Sc‑48
1 x 101
1 x 105

39
Sc‑49
1 x 103
1 x 105

40
Ti‑44
1 x 101
1 x 105

41
Ti‑45
1 x 101
1 x 106

42
V‑47
1 x 101
1 x 105

43
V‑48
1 x 101
1 x 105

44
V‑49
1 x 104
1 x 107

45
Cr‑48
1 x 102
1 x 106

46
Cr‑49
1 x 101
1 x 106

47
Cr‑51
1 x 103
1 x 107

48
Mn‑51
1 x 101
1 x 105

49
Mn‑52
1 x 101
1 x 105

50
Mn‑52m
1 x 101
1 x 105

51
Mn‑53
1 x 104
1 x 109

52
Mn‑54
1 x 101
1 x 106

53
Mn‑56
1 x 101
1 x 105

54
Fe‑52
1 x 101
1 x 106

55
Fe‑55
1 x 104
1 x 106

56
Fe‑59
1 x 101
1 x 106

57
Fe‑60
1 x 102
1 x 105

58
Co‑55
1 x 101
1 x 106

59
Co‑56
1 x 101
1 x 105

60
Co‑57
1 x 102
1 x 106

61
Co‑58
1 x 101
1 x 106

62
Co‑58m
1 x 104
1 x 107

63
Co‑60
1 x 101
1 x 105

64
Co‑60m
1 x 103
1 x 106

65
Co‑61
1 x 102
1 x 106

66
Co‑62m
1 x 101
1 x 105

67
Ni‑56
1 x 101
1 x 106

68
Ni‑57
1 x 101
1 x 106

69
Ni‑59
1 x 104
1 x 108

70
Ni‑63
1 x 105
1 x 108

71
Ni‑65
1 x 101
1 x 106

72
Ni‑66
1 x 104
1 x 107

73
Cu‑60
1 x 101
1 x 105

74
Cu‑61
1 x 101
1 x 106

75
Cu‑64
1 x 102
1 x 106

76
Cu‑67
1 x 102
1 x 106

77
Zn‑62
1 x 102
1 x 106

78
Zn‑63
1 x 101
1 x 105

79
Zn‑65
1 x 101
1 x 106

80
Zn‑69
1 x 104
1 x 106

81
Zn‑69m
1 x 102
1 x 106

82
Zn‑71m
1 x 101
1 x 106

83
Zn‑72
1 x 102
1 x 106

84
Ga‑65
1 x 101
1 x 105

85
Ga‑66
1 x 101
1 x 105

86
Ga‑67
1 x 102
1 x 106

87
Ga‑68
1 x 101
1 x 105

88
Ga‑70
1 x 102
1 x 106

89
Ga‑72
1 x 101
1 x 105

90
Ga‑73
1 x 102
1 x 106

91
Ge‑66
1 x 101
1 x 106

92
Ge‑67
1 x 101
1 x 105

93
Ge‑68a
1 x 101
1 x 105

94
Ge‑69
1 x 101
1 x 106

95
Ge‑71
1 x 104
1 x 108

96
Ge‑75
1 x 103
1 x 106

97
Ge‑77
1 x 101
1 x 105

98
Ge‑78
1 x 102
1 x 106

99
As‑69
1 x 101
1 x 105

100
As‑70
1 x 101
1 x 105

101
As‑71
1 x 101
1 x 106

102
As‑72
1 x 101
1 x 105

103
As‑73
1 x 103
1 x 107

104
As‑74
1 x 101
1 x 106

105
As‑76
1 x 102
1 x 105

106
As‑77
1 x 103
1 x 106

107
As‑78
1 x 101
1 x 105

108
Se‑70
1 x 101
1 x 106

109
Se‑73
1 x 101
1 x 106

110
Se‑73m
1 x 102
1 x 106

111
Se‑75
1 x 102
1 x 106

112
Se‑79
1 x 104
1 x 107

113
Se‑81
1 x 103
1 x 106

114
Se‑81m
1 x 103
1 x 107

115
Se‑83
1 x 101
1 x 105

116
Br‑74
1 x 101
1 x 105

117
Br‑74m
1 x 101
1 x 105

118
Br‑75
1 x 101
1 x 106

119
Br‑76
1 x 101
1 x 105

120
Br‑77
1 x 102
1 x 106

121
Br‑80
1 x 102
1 x 105

122
Br‑80m
1 x 103
1 x 107

123
Br‑82
1 x 101
1 x 106

124
Br‑83
1 x 103
1 x 106

125
Br‑84
1 x 101
1 x 105

126
Kr‑74
1 x 102
1 x 109

127
Kr‑76
1 x 102
1 x 109

128
Kr‑77
1 x 102
1 x 109

129
Kr‑79
1 x 103
1 x 105

130
Kr‑81
1 x 104
1 x 107

131
Kr‑81m
1 x 103
1 x 1010

132
Kr‑83m
1 x 105
1 x 1012

133
Kr‑85
1 x 105
1 x 104

134
Kr‑85m
1 x 103
1 x 1010

135
Kr‑87
1 x 102
1 x 109

136
Kr‑88
1 x 102
1 x 109

137
Rb‑79
1 x 101
1 x 105

138
Rb‑81
1 x 101
1 x 106

139
Rb‑81m
1 x 103
1 x 107

140
Rb‑82m
1 x 101
1 x 106

141
Rb‑83a
1 x 102
1 x 106

142
Rb‑84
1 x 101
1 x 106

143
Rb‑86
1 x 102
1 x 105

144
Rb‑87
1 x 103
1 x 107

145
Rb‑88
1 x 102
1 x 105

146
Rb‑89
1 x 102
1 x 105

147
Sr‑80
1 x 103
1 x 107

148
Sr‑81
1 x 101
1 x 105

149
Sr‑82a
1 x 101
1 x 105

150
Sr‑83
1 x 101
1 x 106

151
Sr‑85
1 x 102
1 x 106

152
Sr‑85m
1 x 102
1 x 107

153
Sr‑87m
1 x 102
1 x 106

154
Sr‑89
1 x 103
1 x 106

155
Sr‑90a
1 x 102
1 x 104

156
Sr‑91
1 x 101
1 x 105

157
Sr‑92
1 x 101
1 x 106

158
Y‑86
1 x 101
1 x 105

159
Y‑86m
1 x 102
1 x 107

160
Y‑87a
1 x 101
1 x 106

161
Y‑88
1 x 101
1 x 106

162
Y‑90
1 x 103
1 x 105

163
Y‑90m
1 x 101
1 x 106

164
Y‑91
1 x 103
1 x 106

165
Y‑91m
1 x 102
1 x 106

166
Y‑92
1 x 102
1 x 105

167
Y‑93
1 x 102
1 x 105

168
Y‑94
1 x 101
1 x 105

169
Y‑95
1 x 101
1 x 105

170
Zr‑86
1 x 102
1 x 107

171
Zr‑88
1 x 102
1 x 106

172
Zr‑89
1 x 101
1 x 106

173
Zr‑93a
1 x 103
1 x 107

174
Zr‑95
1 x 101
1 x 106

175
Zr‑97a
1 x 101
1 x 105

176
Nb‑88
1 x 101
1 x 105

177
Nb‑89
1 x 101
1 x 105

178
Nb‑89m
1 x 101
1 x 105

179
Nb‑90
1 x 101
1 x 105

180
Nb‑93m
1 x 104
1 x 107

181
Nb‑94
1 x 101
1 x 106

182
Nb‑95
1 x 101
1 x 106

183
Nb‑95m
1 x 102
1 x 107

184
Nb‑96
1 x 101
1 x 105

185
Nb‑97
1 x 101
1 x 106

186
Nb‑98
1 x 101
1 x 105

187
Mo‑90
1 x 101
1 x 106

188
Mo‑93
1 x 103
1 x 108

189
Mo‑93m
1 x 101
1 x 106

190
Mo‑99
1 x 102
1 x 106

191
Mo‑101
1 x 101
1 x 106

192
Tc‑93
1 x 101
1 x 106

193
Tc‑93m
1 x 101
1 x 106

194
Tc‑94
1 x 101
1 x 106

195
Tc‑94m
1 x 101
1 x 105

196
Tc‑95
1 x 101
1 x 106

197
Tc‑95m
1 x 101
1 x 106

198
Tc‑96
1 x 101
1 x 106

199
Tc‑96m
1 x 103
1 x 107

200
Tc‑97
1 x 103
1 x 108

201
Tc‑97m
1 x 103
1 x 107

202
Tc‑98
1 x 101
1 x 106

203
Tc‑99
1 x 104
1 x 107

204
Tc‑99m
1 x 102
1 x 107

205
Tc‑101
1 x 102
1 x 106

206
Tc‑104
1 x 101
1 x 105

207
Ru‑94
1 x 102
1 x 106

208
Ru‑97
1 x 102
1 x 107

209
Ru‑103
1 x 102
1 x 106

210
Ru‑105
1 x 101
1 x 106

211
Ru‑106a
1 x 102
1 x 105

212
Rh‑99
1 x 101
1 x 106

213
Rh‑99m
1 x 101
1 x 106

214
Rh‑100
1 x 101
1 x 106

215
Rh‑101
1 x 102
1 x 107

216
Rh‑101m
1 x 102
1 x 107

217
Rh‑102
1 x 101
1 x 106

218
Rh‑102m
1 x 102
1 x 106

219
Rh‑103m
1 x 104
1 x 108

220
Rh‑105
1 x 102
1 x 107

221
Rh‑106m
1 x 101
1 x 105

222
Rh‑107
1 x 102
1 x 106

223
Pd‑100
1 x 102
1 x 107

224
Pd‑101
1 x 102
1 x 106

225
Pd‑103
1 x 103
1 x 108

226
Pd‑107
1 x 105
1 x 108

227
Pd‑109
1 x 103
1 x 106

228
Ag‑102
1 x 101
1 x 105

229
Ag‑103
1 x 101
1 x 106

230
Ag‑104
1 x 101
1 x 106

231
Ag‑104m
1 x 101
1 x 106

232
Ag‑105
1 x 102
1 x 106

233
Ag‑106
1 x 101
1 x 106

234
Ag‑106m
1 x 101
1 x 106

235
Ag‑108ma
1 x 101
1 x 106

236
Ag‑110m
1 x 101
1 x 106

237
Ag‑111
1 x 103
1 x 106

238
Ag‑112
1 x 101
1 x 105

239
Ag‑115
1 x 101
1 x 105

240
Cd‑104
1 x 102
1 x 107

241
Cd‑107
1 x 103
1 x 107

242
Cd‑109
1 x 104
1 x 106

243
Cd‑113
1 x 103
1 x 106

244
Cd‑113m
1 x 103
1 x 106

245
Cd‑115
1 x 102
1 x 106

246
Cd‑115m
1 x 103
1 x 106

247
Cd‑117
1 x 101
1 x 106

248
Cd‑117m
1 x 101
1 x 106

249
In‑109
1 x 101
1 x 106

250
In‑110
1 x 101
1 x 106

251
In‑110m
1 x 101
1 x 105

252
In‑111
1 x 102
1 x 106

253
In‑112
1 x 102
1 x 106

254
In‑113m
1 x 102
1 x 106

255
In‑114
1 x 103
1 x 105

256
In‑114m
1 x 102
1 x 106

257
In‑115
1 x 103
1 x 105

258
In‑115m
1 x 102
1 x 106

259
In‑116m
1 x 101
1 x 105

260
In‑117
1 x 101
1 x 106

261
In‑117m
1 x 102
1 x 106

262
In‑119m
1 x 102
1 x 105

263
Sn‑110
1 x 102
1 x 107

264
Sn‑111
1 x 102
1 x 106

265
Sn‑113
1 x 103
1 x 107

266
Sn‑117m
1 x 102
1 x 106

267
Sn‑119m
1 x 103
1 x 107

268
Sn‑121
1 x 105
1 x 107

269
Sn‑121ma
1 x 103
1 x 107

270
Sn‑123
1 x 103
1 x 106

271
Sn‑123m
1 x 102
1 x 106

272
Sn‑125
1 x 102
1 x 105

273
Sn‑126a
1 x 101
1 x 105

274
Sn‑127
1 x 101
1 x 106

275
Sn‑128
1 x 101
1 x 106

276
Sb‑115
1 x 101
1 x 106

277
Sb‑116
1 x 101
1 x 106

278
Sb‑116m
1 x 101
1 x 105

279
Sb‑117
1 x 102
1 x 107

280
Sb‑118m
1 x 101
1 x 106

281
Sb‑119
1 x 103
1 x 107

282
Sb‑120
1 x 102
1 x 106

283
Sb‑120m
1 x 101
1 x 106

284
Sb‑122
1 x 102
1 x 104

285
Sb‑124
1 x 101
1 x 106

286
Sb‑124m
1 x 102
1 x 106

287
Sb‑125
1 x 102
1 x 106

288
Sb‑126
1 x 101
1 x 105

289
Sb‑126m
1 x 101
1 x 105

290
Sb‑127
1 x 101
1 x 106

291
Sb‑128
1 x 101
1 x 105

292
Sb‑128m
1 x 101
1 x 105

293
Sb‑129
1 x 101
1 x 106

294
Sb‑130
1 x 101
1 x 105

295
Sb‑131
1 x 101
1 x 106

296
Te‑116
1 x 102
1 x 107

297
Te‑121
1 x 101
1 x 106

298
Te‑121m
1 x 102
1 x 106

299
Te‑123
1 x 103
1 x 106

300
Te‑123m
1 x 102
1 x 107

301
Te‑125m
1 x 103
1 x 107

302
Te‑127
1 x 103
1 x 106

303
Te‑127m
1 x 103
1 x 107

304
Te‑129
1 x 102
1 x 106

305
Te‑129m
1 x 103
1 x 106

306
Te‑131
1 x 102
1 x 105

307
Te‑131m
1 x 101
1 x 106

308
Te‑132
1 x 102
1 x 107

309
Te‑133
1 x 101
1 x 105

310
Te‑133m
1 x 101
1 x 105

311
Te‑134
1 x 101
1 x 106

312
I‑120
1 x 101
1 x 105

313
I‑120m
1 x 101
1 x 105

314
I‑121
1 x 102
1 x 106

315
I‑123
1 x 102
1 x 107

316
I‑124
1 x 101
1 x 106

317
I‑125
1 x 103
1 x 106

318
I‑126
1 x 102
1 x 106

319
I‑128
1 x 102
1 x 105

320
I‑129
1 x 102
1 x 105

321
I‑130
1 x 101
1 x 106

322
I‑131
1 x 102
1 x 106

323
I‑132
1 x 101
1 x 105

324
I‑132m
1 x 102
1 x 106

325
I‑133
1 x 101
1 x 106

326
I‑134
1 x 101
1 x 105

327
I‑135
1 x 101
1 x 106

328
Xe‑120
1 x 102
1 x 109

329
Xe‑121
1 x 102
1 x 109

330
Xe‑122a
1 x 102
1 x 109

331
Xe‑123
1 x 102
1 x 109

332
Xe‑125
1 x 103
1 x 109

333
Xe‑127
1 x 103
1 x 105

334
Xe‑129m
1 x 103
1 x 104

335
Xe‑131m
1 x 104
1 x 104

336
Xe‑133m
1 x 103
1 x 104

337
Xe‑133
1 x 103
1 x 104

338
Xe‑135
1 x 103
1 x 1010

339
Xe‑135m
1 x 102
1 x 109

340
Xe‑138
1 x 102
1 x 109

341
Cs‑125
1 x 101
1 x 104

342
Cs‑127
1 x 102
1 x 105

343
Cs‑129
1 x 102
1 x 105

344
Cs‑130
1 x 102
1 x 106

345
Cs‑131
1 x 103
1 x 106

346
Cs‑132
1 x 101
1 x 105

347
Cs‑134m
1 x 103
1 x 105

348
Cs‑134
1 x 101
1 x 104

349
Cs‑135
1 x 104
1 x 107

350
Cs‑135m
1 x 101
1 x 106

351
Cs‑136
1 x 101
1 x 105

352
Cs‑137a
1 x 101
1 x 104

353
Cs‑138
1 x 101
1 x 104

354
Ba‑126
1 x 102
1 x 107

355
Ba‑128
1 x 102
1 x 107

356
Ba‑131
1 x 102
1 x 106

357
Ba‑131m
1 x 102
1 x 107

358
Ba‑133
1 x 102
1 x 106

359
Ba‑133m
1 x 102
1 x 106

360
Ba‑135m
1 x 102
1 x 106

361
Ba‑137m
1 x 101
1 x 106

362
Ba‑139
1 x 102
1 x 105

363
Ba‑140a
1 x 101
1 x 105

364
Ba‑141
1 x 102
1 x 105

365
Ba‑142
1 x 102
1 x 106

366
La‑131
1 x 101
1 x 106

367
La‑132
1 x 101
1 x 106

368
La‑135
1 x 103
1 x 107

369
La‑137
1 x 103
1 x 107

370
La‑138
1 x 101
1 x 106

371
La‑140
1 x 101
1 x 105

372
La‑141
1 x 102
1 x 105

373
La‑142
1 x 101
1 x 105

374
La‑143
1 x 102
1 x 105

375
Ce‑134
1 x 103
1 x 107

376
Ce‑135
1 x 101
1 x 106

377
Ce‑137
1 x 103
1 x 107

378
Ce‑137m
1 x 103
1 x 106

379
Ce‑139
1 x 102
1 x 106

380
Ce‑141
1 x 102
1 x 107

381
Ce‑143
1 x 102
1 x 106

382
Ce‑144a
1 x 102
1 x 105

383
Pr‑136
1 x 101
1 x 105

384
Pr‑137
1 x 102
1 x 106

385
Pr‑138m
1 x 101
1 x 106

386
Pr‑139
1 x 102
1 x 107

387
Pr‑142
1 x 102
1 x 105

388
Pr‑142m
1 x 107
1 x 109

389
Pr‑143
1 x 104
1 x 106

390
Pr‑144
1 x 102
1 x 105

391
Pr‑145
1 x 103
1 x 105

392
Pr‑147
1 x 101
1 x 105

393
Nd‑136
1 x 102
1 x 106

394
Nd‑138
1 x 103
1 x 107

395
Nd‑139
1 x 102
1 x 106

396
Nd‑139m
1 x 101
1 x 106

397
Nd‑141
1 x 102
1 x 107

398
Nd‑147
1 x 102
1 x 106

399
Nd‑149
1 x 102
1 x 106

400
Nd‑151
1 x 101
1 x 105

401
Pm‑141
1 x 101
1 x 105

402
Pm‑143
1 x 102
1 x 106

403
Pm‑144
1 x 101
1 x 106

404
Pm‑145
1 x 103
1 x 107

405
Pm‑146
1 x 101
1 x 106

406
Pm‑147
1 x 104
1 x 107

407
Pm‑148
1 x 101
1 x 105

408
Pm‑148m
1 x 101
1 x 106

409
Pm‑149
1 x 103
1 x 106

410
Pm‑150
1 x 101
1 x 105

411
Pm‑151
1 x 102
1 x 106

412
Sm‑141
1 x 101
1 x 105

413
Sm‑141m
1 x 101
1 x 106

414
Sm‑142
1 x 102
1 x 107

415
Sm‑145
1 x 102
1 x 107

416
Sm‑146
1 x 101
1 x 105

417
Sm‑147
1 x 101
1 x 104

418
Sm‑151
1 x 104
1 x 108

419
Sm‑153
1 x 102
1 x 106

420
Sm‑155
1 x 102
1 x 106

421
Sm‑156
1 x 102
1 x 106

422
Eu‑145
1 x 101
1 x 106

423
Eu‑146
1 x 101
1 x 106

424
Eu‑147
1 x 102
1 x 106

425
Eu‑148
1 x 101
1 x 106

426
Eu‑149
1 x 102
1 x 107

427
Eu‑150
1 x 101
1 x 106

428
Eu‑150m
1 x 103
1 x 106

429
Eu‑152
1 x 101
1 x 106

430
Eu‑152m
1 x 102
1 x 106

431
Eu‑154
1 x 101
1 x 106

432
Eu‑155
1 x 102
1 x 107

433
Eu‑156
1 x 101
1 x 106

434
Eu‑157
1 x 102
1 x 106

435
Eu‑158
1 x 101
1 x 105

436
Gd‑145
1 x 101
1 x 105

437
Gd‑146a
1 x 101
1 x 106

438
Gd‑147
1 x 101
1 x 106

439
Gd‑148
1 x 101
1 x 104

440
Gd‑149
1 x 102
1 x 106

441
Gd‑151
1 x 102
1 x 107

442
Gd‑152
1 x 101
1 x 104

443
Gd‑153
1 x 102
1 x 107

444
Gd‑159
1 x 103
1 x 106

445
Tb‑147
1 x 101
1 x 106

446
Tb‑149
1 x 101
1 x 106

447
Tb‑150
1 x 101
1 x 106

448
Tb‑151
1 x 101
1 x 106

449
Tb‑153
1 x 102
1 x 107

450
Tb‑154
1 x 101
1 x 106

451
Tb‑155
1 x 102
1 x 107

452
Tb‑156
1 x 101
1 x 106

453
Tb‑156 (24.4 h)
1 x 103
1 x 107

454
Tb‑156m’ (5 h)
1 x 104
1 x 107

455
Tb‑157
1 x 104
1 x 107

456
Tb‑158
1 x 101
1 x 106

457
Tb‑160
1 x 101
1 x 106

458
Tb‑161
1 x 103
1 x 106

459
Dy‑155
1 x 101
1 x 106

460
Dy‑157
1 x 102
1 x 106

461
Dy‑159
1 x 103
1 x 107

462
Dy‑165
1 x 103
1 x 106

463
Dy‑166
1 x 103
1 x 106

464
Ho‑155
1 x 102
1 x 106

465
Ho‑157
1 x 102
1 x 106

466
Ho‑159
1 x 102
1 x 106

467
Ho‑161
1 x 102
1 x 107

468
Ho‑162
1 x 102
1 x 107

469
Ho‑162m
1 x 101
1 x 106

470
Ho‑164
1 x 103
1 x 106

471
Ho‑164m
1 x 103
1 x 107

472
Ho‑166
1 x 103
1 x 105

473
Ho‑166m
1 x 101
1 x 106

474
Ho‑167
1 x 102
1 x 106

475
Er‑161
1 x 101
1 x 106

476
Er‑165
1 x 103
1 x 107

477
Er‑169
1 x 104
1 x 107

478
Er‑171
1 x 102
1 x 106

479
Er‑172
1 x 102
1 x 106

480
Tm‑162
1 x 101
1 x 106

481
Tm‑166
1 x 101
1 x 106

482
Tm‑167
1 x 102
1 x 106

483
Tm‑170
1 x 103
1 x 106

484
Tm‑171
1 x 104
1 x 108

485
Tm‑172
1 x 102
1 x 106

486
Tm‑173
1 x 102
1 x 106

487
Tm‑175
1 x 101
1 x 106

488
Yb‑162
1 x 102
1 x 107

489
Yb‑166
1 x 102
1 x 107

490
Yb‑167
1 x 102
1 x 106

491
Yb‑169
1 x 102
1 x 107

492
Yb‑175
1 x 103
1 x 107

493
Yb‑177
1 x 102
1 x 106

494
Yb‑178
1 x 103
1 x 106

495
Lu‑169
1 x 101
1 x 106

496
Lu‑170
1 x 101
1 x 106

497
Lu‑171
1 x 101
1 x 106

498
Lu‑172
1 x 101
1 x 106

499
Lu‑173
1 x 102
1 x 107

500
Lu‑174
1 x 102
1 x 107

501
Lu‑174m
1 x 102
1 x 107

502
Lu‑176
1 x 102
1 x 106

503
Lu‑176m
1 x 103
1 x 106

504
Lu‑177
1 x 103
1 x 107

505
Lu‑177m
1 x 101
1 x 106

506
Lu‑178
1 x 102
1 x 105

507
Lu‑178m
1 x 101
1 x 105

508
Lu‑179
1 x 103
1 x 106

509
Hf‑170
1 x 102
1 x 106

510
Hf‑172a
1 x 101
1 x 106

511
Hf‑173
1 x 102
1 x 106

512
Hf‑175
1 x 102
1 x 106

513
Hf‑177m
1 x 101
1 x 105

514
Hf‑178m
1 x 101
1 x 106

515
Hf‑179m
1 x 101
1 x 106

516
Hf‑180m
1 x 101
1 x 106

517
Hf‑181
1 x 101
1 x 106

518
Hf‑182
1 x 102
1 x 106

519
Hf‑182m
1 x 101
1 x 106

520
Hf‑183
1 x 101
1 x 106

521
Hf‑184
1 x 102
1 x 106

522
Ta‑172
1 x 101
1 x 106

523
Ta‑173
1 x 101
1 x 106

524
Ta‑174
1 x 101
1 x 106

525
Ta‑175
1 x 101
1 x 106

526
Ta‑176
1 x 101
1 x 106

527
Ta‑177
1 x 102
1 x 107

528
Ta‑178
1 x 101
1 x 106

529
Ta‑179
1 x 103
1 x 107

530
Ta‑180
1 x 101
1 x 106

531
Ta‑180m
1 x 103
1 x 107

532
Ta‑182
1 x 101
1 x 104

533
Ta‑182m
1 x 102
1 x 106

534
Ta‑183
1 x 102
1 x 106

535
Ta‑184
1 x 101
1 x 106

536
Ta‑185
1 x 102
1 x 105

537
Ta‑186
1 x 101
1 x 105

538
W‑176
1 x 102
1 x 106

539
W‑177
1 x 101
1 x 106

540
W‑178a
1 x 101
1 x 106

541
W‑179
1 x 102
1 x 107

542
W‑181
1 x 103
1 x 107

543
W‑185
1 x 104
1 x 107

544
W‑187
1 x 102
1 x 106

545
W‑188a
1 x 102
1 x 105

546
Re‑177
1 x 101
1 x 106

547
Re‑178
1 x 101
1 x 106

548
Re‑181
1 x 101
1 x 106

549
Re‑182
1 x 101
1 x 106

550
Re‑182m
1 x 101
1 x 106

551
Re‑184
1 x 101
1 x 106

552
Re‑184m
1 x 102
1 x 106

553
Re‑186
1 x 103
1 x 106

554
Re‑186m
1 x 103
1 x 107

555
Re‑187
1 x 106
1 x 109

556
Re‑188
1 x 102
1 x 105

557
Re‑188m
1 x 102
1 x 107

558
Re‑189a
1 x 102
1 x 106

559
Os‑180
1 x 102
1 x 107

560
Os‑181
1 x 101
1 x 106

561
Os‑182
1 x 102
1 x 106

562
Os‑185
1 x 101
1 x 106

563
Os‑189m
1 x 104
1 x 107

564
Os‑191
1 x 102
1 x 107

565
Os‑191m
1 x 103
1 x 107

566
Os‑193
1 x 102
1 x 106

567
Os‑194a
1 x 102
1 x 105

568
Ir‑182
1 x 101
1 x 105

569
Ir‑184
1 x 101
1 x 106

570
Ir‑185
1 x 101
1 x 106

571
Ir‑186
1 x 101
1 x 106

572
Ir‑186m
1 x 101
1 x 106

573
Ir‑187
1 x 102
1 x 106

574
Ir‑188
1 x 101
1 x 106

575
Ir‑189a
1 x 102
1 x 107

576
Ir‑190
1 x 101
1 x 106

577
Ir‑190m (3.1 h)
1 x 101
1 x 106

578
Ir‑190m’ (1.2 h)
1 x 104
1 x 107

579
Ir‑192
1 x 101
1 x 104

580
Ir‑192m
1 x 102
1 x 107

581
Ir‑193m
1 x 104
1 x 107

582
Ir‑194
1 x 102
1 x 105

583
Ir‑194m
1 x 101
1 x 106

584
Ir‑195
1 x 102
1 x 106

585
Ir‑195m
1 x 102
1 x 106

586
Pt‑186
1 x 101
1 x 106

587
Pt‑188a
1 x 101
1 x 106

588
Pt‑189
1 x 102
1 x 106

589
Pt‑191
1 x 102
1 x 106

590
Pt‑193
1 x 104
1 x 107

591
Pt‑193m
1 x 103
1 x 107

592
Pt‑195m
1 x 102
1 x 106

593
Pt‑197
1 x 103
1 x 106

594
Pt‑197m
1 x 102
1 x 106

595
Pt‑199
1 x 102
1 x 106

596
Pt‑200
1 x 102
1 x 106

597
Au‑193
1 x 102
1 x 107

598
Au‑194
1 x 101
1 x 106

599
Au‑195
1 x 102
1 x 107

600
Au‑198
1 x 102
1 x 106

601
Au‑198m
1 x 101
1 x 106

602
Au‑199
1 x 102
1 x 106

603
Au‑200
1 x 102
1 x 105

604
Au‑200m
1 x 101
1 x 106

605
Au‑201
1 x 102
1 x 106

606
Hg‑193
1 x 102
1 x 106

607
Hg‑193m
1 x 101
1 x 106

608
Hg‑194a
1 x 101
1 x 106

609
Hg‑195
1 x 102
1 x 106

610
Hg‑195ma
1 x 102
1 x 106

611
Hg‑197
1 x 102
1 x 107

612
Hg‑197m
1 x 102
1 x 106

613
Hg‑199m
1 x 102
1 x 106

614
Hg‑203
1 x 102
1 x 105

615
Tl‑194
1 x 101
1 x 106

616
Tl‑194m
1 x 101
1 x 106

617
Tl‑195
1 x 101
1 x 106

618
Tl‑197
1 x 102
1 x 106

619
Tl‑198
1 x 101
1 x 106

620
Tl‑198m
1 x 101
1 x 106

621
Tl‑199
1 x 102
1 x 106

622
Tl‑200
1 x 101
1 x 106

623
Tl‑201
1 x 102
1 x 106

624
Tl‑202
1 x 102
1 x 106

625
Tl‑204
1 x 104
1 x 104

626
Pb‑195m
1 x 101
1 x 106

627
Pb‑198
1 x 102
1 x 106

628
Pb‑199
1 x 101
1 x 106

629
Pb‑200
1 x 102
1 x 106

630
Pb‑201
1 x 101
1 x 106

631
Pb‑202
1 x 103
1 x 106

632
Pb‑202m
1 x 101
1 x 106

633
Pb‑203
1 x 102
1 x 106

634
Pb‑205
1 x 104
1 x 107

635
Pb‑209
1 x 105
1 x 106

636
Pb‑210a
1 x 101
1 x 104

637
Pb‑211
1 x 102
1 x 106

638
Pb‑212a
1 x 101
1 x 105

639
Pb‑214
1 x 102
1 x 106

640
Bi‑200
1 x 101
1 x 106

641
Bi‑201
1 x 101
1 x 106

642
Bi‑202
1 x 101
1 x 106

643
Bi‑203
1 x 101
1 x 106

644
Bi‑205
1 x 101
1 x 106

645
Bi‑206
1 x 101
1 x 105

646
Bi‑207
1 x 101
1 x 106

647
Bi‑210
1 x 103
1 x 106

648
Bi‑210ma
1 x 101
1 x 105

649
Bi‑212a
1 x 101
1 x 105

650
Bi‑213
1 x 102
1 x 106

651
Bi‑214
1 x 101
1 x 105

652
Po‑203
1 x 101
1 x 106

653
Po‑205
1 x 101
1 x 106

654
Po‑206
1 x 101
1 x 106

655
Po‑207
1 x 101
1 x 106

656
Po‑208
1 x 101
1 x 104

657
Po‑209
1 x 101
1 x 104

658
Po‑210
1 x 101
1 x 104

659
At‑207
1 x 101
1 x 106

660
At‑211
1 x 103
1 x 107

661
Fr‑222
1 x 103
1 x 105

662
Fr‑223
1 x 102
1 x 106

663
Rn‑220a
1 x 104
1 x 107

664
Rn‑222a
1 x 101
1 x 108

665
Ra‑223a
1 x 102
1 x 105

666
Ra‑224a
1 x 101
1 x 105

667
Ra‑225
1 x 102
1 x 105

668
Ra‑226a
1 x 101
1 x 104

669
Ra‑227
1 x 102
1 x 106

670
Ra‑228a
1 x 101
1 x 105

671
Ac‑224
1 x 102
1 x 106

672
Ac‑225a
1 x 101
1 x 104

673
Ac‑226
1 x 102
1 x 105

674
Ac‑227a
1 x 10‑1
1 x 103

675
Ac‑228
1 x 101
1 x 106

676
Th‑226a
1 x 103
1 x 107

677
Th‑227
1 x 101
1 x 104

678
Th‑228a
1 x 100
1 x 104

679
Th‑229a
1 x 100
1 x 103

680
Th‑230
1 x 100
1 x 104

681
Th‑231
1 x 103
1 x 107

682
Th‑232
1 x 101
1 x 104

683
Th‑nata
1 x 100
1 x 103

684
Th‑234a
1 x 103
1 x 105

685
Pa‑227
1 x 101
1 x 106

686
Pa228
1 x 101
1 x 106

687
Pa‑230
1 x 101
1 x 106

688
Pa‑231
1 x 100
1 x 103

689
Pa‑232
1 x 101
1 x 106

690
Pa‑233
1 x 102
1 x 107

691
Pa‑234
1 x 101
1 x 106

692
U‑230a
1 x 101
1 x 105

693
U‑231
1 x 102
1 x 107

694
U‑232a
1 x 100
1 x 103

695
U‑233
1 x 101
1 x 104

696
U‑234
1 x 101
1 x 104

697
U‑235a
1 x 101
1 x 104

698
U‑236
1 x 101
1 x 104

699
U‑237
1 x 102
1 x 106

700
U‑238a
1 x 101
1 x 104

701
U‑nata
1 x 100
1 x 103

702
U‑239
1 x 102
1 x 106

703
U‑240
1 x 103
1 x 107

704
U‑240a
1 x 101
1 x 106

705
Np‑232
1 x 101
1 x 106

706
Np‑233
1 x 102
1 x 107

707
Np‑234
1 x 101
1 x 106

708
Np‑235
1 x 103
1 x 107

709
Np‑236
1 x 102
1 x 105

710
Np‑236m
1 x 103
1 x 107

711
Np‑237a
1 x 100
1 x 103

712
Np‑238
1 x 102
1 x 106

713
Np‑239
1 x 102
1 x 107

714
Np‑240
1 x 101
1 x 106

715
Pu‑234
1 x 102
1 x 107

716
Pu‑235
1 x 102
1 x 107

717
Pu‑236
1 x 101
1 x 104

718
Pu‑237
1 x 103
1 x 107

719
Pu‑238
1 x 100
1 x 104

720
Pu‑239
1 x 100
1 x 104

721
Pu‑240
1 x 100
1 x 103

722
Pu‑241
1 x 102
1 x 105

723
Pu‑242
1 x 100
1 x 104

724
Pu‑243
1 x 103
1 x 107

725
Pu‑244
1 x 100
1 x 104

726
Pu‑245
1 x 102
1 x 106

727
Pu‑246
1 x 102
1 x 106

728
Am‑237
1 x 102
1 x 106

729
Am‑238
1 x 101
1 x 106

730
Am‑239
1 x 102
1 x 106

731
Am‑240
1 x 101
1 x 106

732
Am‑241
1 x 100
1 x 104

733
Am‑242
1 x 103
1 x 106

734
Am‑242ma
1 x 100
1 x 104

735
Am‑243a
1 x 100
1 x 103

736
Am‑244
1 x 101
1 x 106

737
Am‑244m
1 x 104
1 x 107

738
Am‑245
1 x 103
1 x 106

739
Am‑246
1 x 101
1 x 105

740
Am‑246m
1 x 101
1 x 106

741
Cm‑238
1 x 102
1 x 107

742
Cm‑240
1 x 102
1 x 105

743
Cm‑241
1 x 102
1 x 106

744
Cm‑242
1 x 102
1 x 105

745
Cm‑243
1 x 100
1 x 104

746
Cm‑244
1 x 101
1 x 104

747
Cm‑245
1 x 100
1 x 103

748
Cm‑246
1 x 100
1 x 103

749
Cm‑247
1 x 100
1 x 104

750
Cm‑248
1 x 100
1 x 103

751
Cm‑249
1 x 103
1 x 106

752
Cm‑250
1 x 10‑1
1 x 103

753
Bk‑245
1 x 102
1 x 106

754
Bk‑246
1 x 101
1 x 106

755
Bk‑247
1 x 100
1 x 104

756
Bk‑249
1 x 103
1 x 106

757
Bk‑250
1 x 101
1 x 106

758
Cf‑244
1 x 104
1 x 107

759
Cf‑246
1 x 103
1 x 106

760
Cf‑248
1 x 101
1 x 104

761
Cf‑249
1 x 100
1 x 103

762
Cf‑250
1 x 101
1 x 104

763
Cf‑251
1 x 100
1 x 103

764
Cf‑252
1 x 101
1 x 104

765
Cf‑253
1 x 102
1 x 105

766
Cf‑254
1 x 100
1 x 103

767
Es‑250
1 x 102
1 x 106

768
Es‑251
1 x 102
1 x 107

769
Es‑253
1 x 102
1 x 105

770
Es‑254
1 x 101
1 x 104

771
Es‑254m
1 x 102
1 x 106

772
Fm‑252
1 x 103
1 x 106

773
Fm‑253
1 x 102
1 x 106

774
Fm‑254
1 x 104
1 x 107

775
Fm‑255
1 x 103
1 x 106

776
Fm‑257
1 x 101
1 x 105

777
Md‑257
1 x 102
1 x 107

778
Md‑258
1 x 102
1 x 105

779
An alpha‑emitting nuclide not mentioned in another item
1 x 100
1 x 103

780
A nuclide that is not alpha‑emitting and not mentioned in another item
1 x 101
1 x 104

Part 3—Parent nuclides and progeny nuclides
  
3  Parent nuclides and progeny nuclides
                   The following table sets out progeny nuclides for parent nuclides included in secular equilibrium.
Note 1:       The activity of a progeny nuclide included in secular equilibrium with a parent nuclide is dealt with in regulation 3A.
Note 2:       Parent nuclides are also marked a in the table in clause 2.
 
Parent nuclides and progeny nuclides

Item
Parent nuclide
Progeny nuclide

1
Ge‑68
Ga‑68

2
Rb‑83
Kr‑83m

3
Sr‑82
Rb‑82

4
Sr‑90
Y‑90

5
Y‑87
Sr‑87m

6
Zr‑93
Nb‑93m

7
Zr‑97
Nb‑97

8
Ru‑106
Rh‑106

9
Ag‑108m
Ag‑108

10
Sn‑121m
Sn‑121 (0.776)

11
Sn‑126
Sb‑126m

12
Xe‑122
I‑122

13
Cs‑137
Ba‑137m

14
Ba‑140
La‑140

15
Ce‑144
Pr‑144

16
Gd‑146
Eu‑146

17
Hf‑172
Lu‑172

18
W‑178
Ta‑178

19
W‑188
Re‑188

20
Re‑189
Os‑189m (0.241)

21
Os‑194
Ir‑194

22
Ir‑189
Os‑189m

23
Pt‑188
Ir‑188

24
Hg‑194
Au‑194

25
Hg‑195m
Hg‑195 (0.542)

26
Pb‑210
Bi‑210
Po‑210

27
Pb‑212
Bi‑212
Tl‑208 (0.36)
Po‑212 (0.64)

28
Bi‑210m
Tl‑206

29
Bi‑212
Tl‑208 (0.36)
Po‑212 (0.64)

30
Rn‑220
Po‑216

31
Rn‑222
Po‑218
Pb‑214
Bi‑214
Po‑214

32
Ra‑223
Rn‑219
Po‑215
Pb‑211
Bi‑211
Tl‑207

33
Ra‑224
Rn‑220
Po‑216
Pb‑212
Bi‑212
Tl‑208 (0.36)
Po‑212 (0.64)

34
Ra‑226
Rn‑222
Po‑218
Pb‑214
Bi‑214
Po‑214
Pb‑210
Bi‑210
Po‑210

35
Ra‑228
Ac‑228

36
Ac‑225
Fr‑221
At‑217
Bi‑213
Po‑213 (0.978)
Tl‑209 (0.0216)
Pb‑209 (0.978)

37
Ac‑227
Fr‑223 (0.0138)

38
Th‑226
Ra‑222
Rn‑218
Po‑214

39
Th‑228
Ra‑224
Rn‑220
Po‑216
Pb‑212
Bi‑212
Tl‑208 (0.36)
Po‑212 (0.64)

40
Th‑229
Ra‑225
Ac‑225
Fr‑221
At‑217
Bi‑213
Po‑213
Pb‑209

41
Th‑nat
Ra‑228
Ac‑228
Th‑228
Ra‑224
Rn‑220
Po‑216
Pb‑212
Bi‑212
Tl‑208 (0.36)
Po‑212 (0.64)

42
Th‑234
Pa‑234m

43
U‑230
Th‑226
Ra‑222
Rn‑218
Po‑214

44
U‑232
Th‑228
Ra‑224
Rn‑220
Po‑216
Pb‑212
Bi‑212
Tl‑208 (0.36)
Po‑212 (0.64)

45
U‑235
Th‑231

46
U‑238
Th‑234
Pa‑234m

47
U‑nat
Th‑234
Pa‑234m
U‑234
Th‑230
Ra‑226
Rn‑222
Po‑218
Pb‑214
Bi‑214
Po‑214
Pb‑210
Bi‑210
Po‑210

48
U‑240
Np‑240m

49
Np‑237
Pa‑233

50
Am‑242m
Am‑242

51
Am‑243
Np‑239

 
82  Part 1 of Schedule 3 (after the heading)
Insert:
1  Facility licence—information and documents that may be requested by CEO
                   The following table sets out information and documents that the CEO may ask an applicant for a facility licence to give.
83  Part 1 of Schedule 3 (table, headings)
Omit:
Item
Information
substitute:
 
Facility licence—information and documents that may be requested by CEO

Item
Information and documents

84  Part 1 of Schedule 3 (at the end of the cell at table item 4, column headed “Information”)
Add:
; (g) the environment protection plan for the controlled facility.
85  Part 2 of Schedule 3 (after the heading)
Insert:
2  Source licence—information and documents that may be requested by CEO
                   The following table sets out information and documents that the CEO may ask an applicant for a source licence to give.
86  Part 2 of Schedule 3 (table, headings)
Repeal the headings, substitute:
 
Source licence—information and documents that may be requested by CEO

Item
Information and documents

87  Schedule 3A (before the table)
Insert:
1  Facility licence application fees—nuclear installations
                   The following table sets out the amount of the application fee for a facility licence that authorises a person to do a thing mentioned in an item in the table in relation to a controlled facility that is a nuclear installation.
88  Schedule 3A (table, headings)
Repeal the headings, substitute:
 
Facility licence application fees—nuclear installations

Item
Thing authorised to be done by licence
Amount ($)

89  Part 1 of Schedule 3B (after the heading)
Insert:
1  Facility licence application fees—prescribed radiation facilities (general)
                   The following table sets out the amount of the application fee for a facility licence that authorises a person to do a thing in relation to a controlled facility that is a prescribed radiation facility of a kind mentioned in an item in the table (except if the thing is mentioned in an item in the table in clause 2).
90  Part 1 of Schedule 3B (table, headings)
Repeal the headings, substitute:
 
Facility licence application fees—prescribed radiation facilities (general)

Item
Kind of prescribed radiation facility
Amount ($)

91  Part 1 of Schedule 3B (note)
Omit “the application fee for the licence is the sum of the application fees for each thing authorised to be done by the licence”, substitute “the amount of the application fee for the licence is the sum of the amounts of the application fees that would have been applicable if applications for separate licences had been made for each of those things”.
92  Part 2 of Schedule 3B (after the heading)
Insert:
2  Facility licence application fees—prescribed radiation facilities (other)
                   The following table sets out the amount of the application fee for a facility licence that authorises a person to do a thing mentioned in an item in the table in relation to a prescribed radiation facility.
93  Part 2 of Schedule 3B (table, headings)
Repeal the headings, substitute:
 
Facility licence application fees—prescribed radiation facilities (other)

Item
Thing authorised to be done by licence
Amount ($)

94  Part 1 of Schedule 3C (after the heading)
Insert:
1  Source licence application fees—kinds of controlled apparatus or controlled material
                   The following table sets out kinds of controlled apparatus and controlled materials for the purpose of determining the amount of an application fee for a source licence.
95  Part 1 of Schedule 3C (table, headings)
Omit:
Item
Controlled apparatus or controlled material
substitute:
Source licence application fees—kinds of controlled apparatus or controlled material

Item
Controlled apparatus or controlled material

96  Part 1 of Schedule 3C (table items 6, 7, 8, 30, 31, 42 and 43)
Omit “the amount mentioned in column 4 of Part 2 of Schedule 2 for that kind of nuclide”, substitute “the activity value for that nuclide set out in an item in the table in clause 2 of Schedule 2”.
97  Part 1 of Schedule 3C (note)
Omit “The dictionary in these Regulations”, substitute “Regulation 3”.
98  Part 2 of Schedule 3C (after the heading)
Insert:
2  Source licence application fees—amount of fees
                   The following table sets out amounts for the purpose of determining the amount of an application fee for a source licence.
Note:          The amount of an application fee for a source licence is based on:
(a)    the number of controlled apparatus or controlled materials in the same location to be dealt with under the application; and
(b)    the Group in the table in clause 1 that covers the controlled apparatus or controlled materials.
99  Part 2 of Schedule 3C (table, headings)
Repeal the headings, substitute:
 
Source licence application fees—amount of fees

Item
Number of controlled apparatus or controlled materials in the same location to be dealt with under application
Amount ($)

 
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