Radiation Law

Original Language Title: Säteilylaki

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In accordance with the decision of the Parliament, provides for: the General provisions of section 1 of Chapter 1 of the purpose and scope of the Law this law is to prevent and limit the radiation caused health problems and other side effects.
The law applies to the use of radiation and other functions, which are or may be caused by the exposure to radiation is harmful for human health.

the General principles of section 2 of the Radiation Exposure of the use and the rest of the action is concerned, in order to be acceptable, must meet the following requirements: 1) action to achieve the benefit is greater than the harm the functioning of the (principle of justification);
2) activity is so organized that it is injurious to health resulting from radiation exposure shall be kept as low as practical measures is possible (optimization);
3) of an individual related to the maximum values for radiation exposure does not exceed the limits set by Regulation (protection of the individual).
Radiation can provide more detailed provisions on the calculation of the exposure of the individual. (22.5.2015/677) section 3 the relationship between some of the regulations on the use of nuclear energy is prescribed in the nuclear energy Act (990/87). However, it also applies to the use of nuclear energy, article 2 of this law and Chapter 9 is provided.
Under this law shall be determined by natural radiation exposure in the mines, as well as the requirements placed on mining säteilyturvallisuutta. For the rest, kaivosturvallisuudesta, and it provides Mining Act (619/2011). (10/06/2011/624)
In addition to the safety and the protection of workers is in place, what about that separately. (2002-08-23/744), the application of article 4 of the armed forces and the border guard on the application of this Regulation may provide for derogations from the law, the armed forces and the border guard when the defense or for the monitoring of the borders of the country important reasons require it.
Chapter 2, section 5 of the public authorities of the ministries made a division of the Ministry of Social Affairs and health is the top management and the monitoring of compliance with this law to control matters relating to: 1 the general assessment of the health effects of the radiation);
2. exposure of the restrictive measures in respect of the need for evaluation) and the requirements for these measures; or 3) of exposed workers and other persons to radiation exposure requirements.
Radiation from the supervision of the operations of the top management and the control belongs to the Ministry of Social Affairs and health. Radiation from the supervision of the operations of the top management and control, however, is the Ministry of employment and the economy matters relating to: 1) to the use of nuclear energy referred to in the nuclear energy Act; or 2) sources of commercial manufacture and trade, as well as the import and export.
(10/06/2011/624) of section 6 of the control of the authorities (3508/92/11) of this Act and to the provisions adopted pursuant thereto, and supervise the compliance with the provisions of the radiation protection centre. Medical use of radiation controls and monitors under the Ministry of Social Affairs and health radiation protection centre as section 38 and 41 below or elsewhere.

section 7 of the radiation and our Consultative Committee of the State Council to set the presentation of the Ministry of Social Affairs and health for a term of three years the radiation safety under the auspices of the neuvottelukunnan, which is responsible for the actions and as an expert on issues relating to the fundamental and säteilyturvallisuutta for.
The composition of the Advisory Board and duties shall be those laid down in more detail.
Chapter 3 section 8 of this Act, the definitions for the purposes of radiation: non-ionizing radiation ionizing radiation and 1);
2) treated with ionising radiation radiation which forms the medium ions;
3) ionisoimattomalla radiation: ultraviolet radiation, visible light, infrared radiation, radio frequency (RF) radiation, as well as low frequency and static electric and magnetic fields;
4) natural radiation: ionizing radiation that comes from space or natural radioactive substances when they are not used as sources of radiation.
Non-ionising radiation monitoring of the provisions of this Act shall apply to the ultrasound for medical use.

under section 9 of the Radiation device, and the radioactive substance for the purposes of this law: 1) a radiation device, a device that electronically gives off radiation or that contains the radioactive substance;
2) radioactive substance means a substance which dissociates itself and send electrical equipment emitting ionizing radiation;
3 at the source of the radiation device or radio).
Radiation in an individual case, if needed, whether the apparatus is to be regarded as a radiation device or substance as radioactive substance.

for the purposes of section 10 of the radioactive waste management of radioactive substances and radioactive waste contaminated by the radioactive materials, equipment, goods and materials which is not in use and that it is therefore the task of radio focus. Radio active waste is also considered a radioactive substance or radioactive material for which the radiation device that contains the owner cannot be found.
The extract from the radioactive waste harmless means all measures that are necessary to deal with the waste, in order to limit the use of isolation, or in such a way that waste pose a health or environmental harm.
Recognised installation means the company or any other operator in Finland, which will assume responsibility for the disposal of radioactive waste harmless and which is of revocation. (on 22 December 2005/1179), section 11 of the Radiation action of radiation means: 1) of radiation use;
2) activity or circumstance in which natural radiation the human body against radiation exposure causes or is likely to cause a health nuisance.
The use of radiation is the radiation sources, manufacture and trade, as well as related activities such as maintenance, repair, storage, possession, import, export, installation, storage, transport and destruction of radioactive waste.
Radiation can give more precise provisions as to when the action causes or is likely to cause a health nuisance, that it must be regarded as radiation. In addition, the radiation in a particular case, if needed, whether the activity to be considered a relevant activity within the radiation. (22.5.2015/677) section 12 (1998/11) for the purposes of radiation Säteilytyö Radiation of the work or the use of nuclear energy-related work or task in which the worker may be exposed to radiation to such an extent that in the workplace must be provided for the monitoring of exposure are made.
Approved dosimetric service shall mean: a mode of operation the unit or palveluntuottajaa, which is responsible for the monitoring of the radiation exposure of workers personal dose measurements and how to set up and which has been approved by the Radiation Security Center as section 32 (a). (on 22 December 2005/1179) section 13: operator operator the following definitions shall apply: 1 the holder of the authorisation the remedies referred to in Chapter 5);
2) movement or carrier, Enterprise, community, Foundation or institution which uses radiation sources in its operations;
3) change an employer or to procure another trader, who carries out the radiation.
Chapter 4 General obligations of the operator under section 14 of the General duty of the operator is obliged to provide for the organisation of activities in such a way that the action meets the requirements provided for in this Act and that the risk of exposure to lead that's different from the transaction is effectively blocked. The operator is obliged to carry out such measures in order to improve the quality of the radiation protection and the impact of the cost of the säteilyturvallisuutta healing, can be considered to be justified.
The operator is obliged to ensure that he or she has access to a quality and scale of the operation, the necessary expertise in matters relating to the safety of the operation.
Operator responsibilities does not detract from the fact that the activity has been designated under section 18 of the radiation safety of the use of the Director.

14 (a) of section (22 December 2005/1179) the duty of the operator shall be obliged to arrange Training activities according to the nature and extent of the planned training of persons involved in the use of radiation sources. Education will be the use of radiation sources in addition to the knowledge and skills necessary to stress safety and quality management to prevent abnormal events.

14 (b) of section (22 December 2005/1179) accounting and reporting by the operator shall keep records of the responsibility of the radiation sources containing radioactive substances. Records must be kept constantly up to date.
Radioactive radiation sources for rules, donations, and other events shall inform the radiation protection centre to maintain the register. The notification is valid, what it is prescribed or provided for by Council regulation by the State.
Accounting and reporting of details of the instruction will be given in the register of radiation.

Article 15 obligation to


The operator, who disclosed in the context of the transfer of the radiation source to another, it is required to provide to a recipient in possession of information relevant to the safety of the use of the radiation. Similarly, the operator shall be obliged to give this information to the recipient when the operator changes.
Chapter 5 of the regulation and article 16 of the Authorisation system of revocation and the granting of the authorisation of the use of radiation shall be (of revocation), unless otherwise provided for below. The safety authorisation be granted on application by the radiation safety Centre.
Of revocation is issued, if the use of radiation meets the requirements set out in article 2 and the application shall contain a sufficient degree of certainty that the intended purpose of the radiation and the use of 1) place, radiation sources and radiation devices and equipment, related to the use of 2) the use of the radiation in the arrangements for the functioning of the Organization, as well as 3), for the disposal of radioactive waste arising from the possible are such that the radiation may be safely used.
Turvallisuuslupaan can be attached to ensuring the necessary conditions of security. Radiation can change the conditions of the grant of the authorisation, if the point of view of ensuring the security of legitimate reasons.
The remedies apply down further.

section 17 of the Turvallisuusluvasta functions of the Safety is not exempted from the need for: 1) the use of non-ionising radiation;
as the radiation device 2) consumer use;
3. on the basis of the turvallisuusluvasta released radiation device) regarding security; (22 December 1994/1334) the use of a radiation source 4), from which the rising radiation exposure is so low, that the security does not require any specific control measures; (22 December 1994/1334) 5) consumption goods by electronic means to be used in the manufacture of, and trade in, equipment generating radiation radiation and related activities;
6) other than radioactive radiation sources for; and (22 December 1994/1334) 7) the transportation of radioactive material.
Under paragraph 1, in addition to the activities referred to in paragraphs 3 and 4 radiation may relieve the turvallisuusluvasta the use of other radiation, if it can be reliably enough to ensure that the radiation does not cause health harm or danger. (22 December 1994/1334)
Turvallisuusluvasta shall be exempt from the use of radiation may be ordered to be revealed in the Radiation Safety Centre. (22 December 1994/1334) section 18 of the statement of the article concerning the Organisation, the application shall be accompanied by a report on the use of the radiation in the Organization (the Organization), which will be designated for the safety of the use of radiation.
In addition, the Organization's report, taking into account the nature and scope of the use of radiation, as well as the conditions at the place of use of radiation, to present sufficient information to: 1) the validity of the persons involved in the use of radiation;
for the safety of the use of radiation in 2) important positions and responsibilities; in order to ensure the safety of other arrangements, as well as 3) at the place of use of radiation.
The Director of the responsible for the safety of the use of radiation and other radiation in the Organization and the qualifications of persons to confirm compliance with the researching radiation.

section 19 of the safety authorisation shall be subject to the lodging of the holder of the radioactive waste harmless and may be required in order to ensure payment of the costs of environmental measures for the regulation provide for security, when: 1) permission is granted for large-scale, or containing radioactive substances in the manufacture of or trade in radiation sources; or 2) arises or may arise from the conclusion of the radioactive waste, the cost of the harmless are significant.
What is provided for in subparagraph (1) does not apply to the State, municipalities, kuntainliittoa, or other such comparable public-sector body or an independent public-law institution.

the period of validity of the remedies of revocation under section 20 shall be granted for the time being, or for a limited period of time.
The authorisation is withdrawn, when the holder of the authorization shall notify in writing, that the use of radiation has been discontinued, and the holder of the authorization shall be shown in a manner acceptable to luovuttaneensa, or that they were harmless in possession of radioactive materials.
Radiation may revoke the authorization where one of the conditions for the granting of the authorization to: 1) are no longer met; or 2), the conditions of authorization or the instructions of the supervisory authority under this law have been violated in such a way that the safety of the use of radiation is substantially compromised.
Authorization to lapse, when the holder of the authorization in the event of the death or legal incapacity of any permit, the holder of a medical doctor, dentist, veterinarian or sairaanhoitotoimen the carrier loses the right to practise their profession. The use of the radiation safety officer must without delay inform the radiation protection centre.
Chapter 6 of the product safety and radiation measurements (22 December 1994/1334) section 21 (22 December 1994/1334) detection of The conformity of the product, which will bring to the country, to be marketed, to hand over to another, or in any other way to place on the market a radiological devices, radioactive substances or materials containing these substances or radiation safety of operation-related equipment and other products (product), must be able to demonstrate that the products meet the safety requirements.
The importer, the manufacturer or the seller may be required to indicate in the radiation protection centre, the information necessary for the exercise of safety oversight of markkinoimistaan products.

section 22 (22 December 1994/1334) verification of the conformity of the product in order to check the supervisory authority may inspect the product. If a check reveals deficiencies that affect the security of the importer of the product, or any other market, the issuer is liable to pay the costs incurred by the authority of the audit.
The lack of a ban on the sale and delivery of the product is provided for in section 56.

section 23 (22 December 1994/1334) in order to assess the exposure of Radiation measurements and the measurements must be carried out to ensure the safety of the necessary reliable ones. The measurement of the radiation meter or radiation detection equipment shall be properly calibrated.
Radiation Protection Centre is responsible for the maintained with a view to guaranteeing the reliability of the measurements of radiation necessary for other metrological devices.
Radiation can give more detailed provisions on the assessment of the exposure and the reliability of the measurements and to ensure the safety of the necessary radiation monitors and radiation measurement equipment calibration. (22.5.2015/677), Chapter 7, section 24 of the Radiation equipment General requirements for Radiation device, it will be used, as well as its associated equipment and accessories must be such that the radiation device can be safely used.
The use of radiological equipment, safety-relevant parts of the buildings, the construction and the safety requirements to be taken into account in the design of the structures to strengthen radiation protection centre.

section 25 of the Installation, repair and maintenance of Radiation appliances may be installed, repaired and serviced solely by the person who has the necessary skills and expertise. Installation, repair and maintenance of the company's work after having made responsible for ensuring that the device is working properly.
Installation, repair and maintenance work must be of revocation when the job is: 1) ionizing radiation-emitting device that is used for medical activities;
2 the use of a radiological device, which is required) of revocation; or 3) turvallisuusluvasta release of radiation device for which the installation, repair and maintenance work are subject to. (22 December 1994/1334)
Without safety may, however, be made the repair and maintenance works, which are not subject to an impressive way to the safety of the device's radiation-producing, or if parts of these protective or similar eligible.
Chapter 8 section 26 of the General requirements for radioactive substances the use and storage of radioactive materials must be such that the radioactive materials can be used safely in the hands of third parties and that they have been blocked.
The use of radioactive substances, the safety-relevant laboratory and other facilities in the design of the safety requirements to be taken into consideration to strengthen radiation protection centre.

restrictions on the use of radioactive substances in article 27 of the mixing or combining of consumer goods, which are not used as sources of radiation within the meaning of this law, is permitted only with a specific, reasonable cause the radiation Security Center with the permission granted by the.
The use of radioactive substances in foodstuffs, cosmetics, toys and similar consumer products is prohibited.
As referred to in sub-section 1, the importation and export of consumer goods is only permitted in accordance with the radiation Security Center with the permission granted by the. The import of consumer goods and in breach of export is prohibited. (1998/11), section 28, the obligations of the donor (of 22 December 1994/1334) to the release of radioactive materials, the use of which has not been released to the donor, turvallisuusluvasta, is required to ensure that the recipient is of revocation, which justifies the holding of radioactive substances.

It, which will take you to any country in the European Union, radioactive substances must be to ensure that the acts of the European communities and of the consignee complies with the requirements of the law of that country, which has been set for the carriage of radioactive substances, and waste management. The export of radioactive substances and provides for a closer look. (22 December 1994/1334) transport safety authorisation the holder of radioactive substances in section 29, which dispose of the shipment or the import of radioactive substances, has contributed to the required to ensure that: 1) transport packaging fulfils the safety requirements;
2) to be used for the means of transport appropriate for safety;
3) transport operator have access to the information necessary for the safety of transport and help; as well as 4), when the carriage is pursuant to the laws of this or any other prescribed or assigned the task of prior notification, the notification has been properly completed.

section 30 of the responsibility of the holder of the authorization, the holder of the safety of transport damage, which fail to discharge their obligations laid down in article 29, shall be responsible for the transport of radioactive materials in the aftermath of the injury replacement.
If it is shown that the damage is caused by reasons other than the negligence, liability is determined by tort (412/74).
If the holder of the authorization failure has been negligible, and it cannot be said to have contributed to the injury suffered, the Court may exempt the holder of the authorization provided for in paragraph 1.
For the purposes of this article also refers to the holder of the authorization to retrieve any remedies.

compliance with the Other provisions of section 31 of the transport of radioactive materials is in addition to the prescribed by law to be followed, what else is provided for or prescribed for the carriage of dangerous substances.
8 (a) in the figure (on 22 December 2005/1179) High-Active solid sources 31 (a) section (on 22 December 2005/1179) for the purposes of the directive, the definitions in the form of a sealed source of high-activity sealed radioactive sources and orphan sources, on the control of the Council Directive 2003/122/Euratom.
High-active sealed source (source) refers to a radiation source, the source of the radionuclide activity completes or, if valmistuksenaikaista activity is not known, the source for the first time, when placed on the market, at least in the form of a sealed source in the annex to the directive, in accordance with the level of activity and the structure of the 1, under normal conditions of use, to prevent the spread of radioactive material into the environment.

31 (b) of section (22 December 2005/1179) safety authorisation application and permit high-activity sealed sources in the article concerning the application for the permit application to attach explanations of this law, section 16 and 18 of the fulfilment of the requirements. The reports shall, in particular: 1) sources and their containers, as well as the use of the equipment;
2) and in the area of quality management of the quality system and on the procedures to be used;
3) sources, guards and maintenance associated with the use of sources;
4 the procedure for the emergency situation and a situation) where security significantly compromised; as well as the conclusion of the sources that you want to delete harmless 5), including the arrangements for the restoration of these sources to the manufacturer or vendor or the disclosure, to a recognised installation.
The authorisation referred to in article 31 (f) the use of the source may only be granted in accordance with article 19, if the security is set.
When issuing the safety radiation protection Center will be set to meet the requirements of the terms of the security necessary.

31 (c) of section (22 December 2005/1179) the use of an operator is a high-activity sealed sources exercising particular care: 1) ensure appropriate, regular sources of water tightness tests;
2) examine the sources and their locations on a regular basis;
3) be protected against loss and damage sources, against illegal activities;
4) Act, in order to ensure the safe status of the means at its disposal to restore the loss of, or damage to, and the source of the flame of the unlawful conduct; as well as 5) remove unnecessary had sources by returning them to the manufacturer or supplier, or by handing them a recognised installation or for the rest of the operator, who has the appropriate licence.
Radiation can provide the implementation of the requirements referred to in subparagraph (1) for details concerning safety regulations. (22.5.2015/677) 31 (d) section (on 22 December 2005/1179) identification of each high-activity sealed source shall be equipped with a unique number, which is marked as the source itself, as well as to engraving, or stamping the source container.
The identification of the source of the corresponding source of the manufacturer.
Importer of high-activity sealed source shall ensure that, in accordance with the requirements set out in subparagraph (1) of the source is identified. The importation of an unidentified source is prohibited.

31 (e) of section (22 December 2005/1179), outside the European Union, exports and imports of high-activity sealed source or sources for export outside the European Union or imported from outside the European Union shall in respect of each batch in advance for the approval of the radiation and nuclear safety agency. In accordance with the procedure laid down in more detail the State Council regulation.
High-active sealed source shall not be exported to a country that does not have sufficient technical, legal and administrative capacity to ensure the safety of the source and its use.

Article 31 (f) (22 December 2005/1179) to the lodging of a security if the high-activity sealed source activity exceeds the sealed source in the annex to the directive, in accordance with the activity level 1, a hundred times or more, the operator must lodge a security, as provided for in article 19. The guarantee does not, however, need to install the source, with a half-life of less than 150 days.
The amount of the security deposit the amount of radiation each source separately. The sum of the guarantee consists of a fixed basic charge and lähdekohtaisesta for an additional fee, which control the source of the radioactive substance criteria are quality, as well as the source of the activity.
The guarantee amount shall be rounded to the nearest thousand euro. The security must be a bank guarantee, credit insurance or turvaavuudeltaan these be treated as State Council regulation provide for the guarantee.

section 31 g (on 22 December 2005/1179) Mandate the provision of the Council of State Decree in more detail: 1) high-activity sealed source included with the source of the information regarding the identification of the source and the fitting-out of the sign to warn people of the radiation hazard;
2 the obligation to report to the supervisory authority of the operator) are high-active sealed sources;
the adoption of the necessary radioactive waste harmless 3) in the course of their duties by the State in the case referred to in the third paragraph of section 10 of the institution has so far not recognised; as well as 4) 31 (f) the criteria for determining the security referred to in article.
The Council of State regulation on the revision of the criteria for the collateral right can also be adjusted in the event that the circumstances substantially change. At the same time, will, if necessary, to provide for the period of time for securities shall be supplemented by a revised to comply with the criteria.
In the form of a sealed source in the annex to the directive, in accordance with the levels of each radionuclide delivered to each activity shall publish 1 radiation control suite.
Chapter 9 (1998/11), section Säteilytyö 32 (1998/11) protection of employees in the event of an operator must be designed and manufactured in the protection of workers, according to the following principles: 1) explains the radiation exposure of workers and the factors affecting it, which will also take into account the abnormal working conditions;
2) working seats are allocated, as appropriate, control and monitoring areas; as well as 3) are classified as a separate group (säteilytyö category (A)) those employees whose radiation exposure must be monitored in person.
The classification of workers and radiation exposure monitoring criteria laid down by regulation of the Council of State. Radiation can provide more detailed provisions, shall make the necessary arrangements for the protection of workers in the workplace. (22.5.2015/677), section 32 (a) (22.12.2005/1179) approval of dosimetric service referred to in article 12 of The dosimetric service must be submitted for the approval of the radiation and nuclear safety agency before the start of the operation.
The conditions for the approval of dosimetric service are the suitability of the methods of measurement, measuring the competence of personnel, as well as the level of the quality system, which is used to control the operation. Dosimetric service is approved for a period not exceeding five years at a time. (22.5.2015/677)
The supervision of an approved dosimetric service is valid, what provides in article 53.
Radiation can provide more detailed provisions on the functioning of the dosimetric service. (22.5.2015/677), section 33 (1998/11) medical surveillance of


Health surveillance of radiation workers is in place, what are the occupational health care Act (743/1978) or by virtue of a special illness health surveillance of workers provides for hazardous work. In addition, there will be säteilytyö medical surveillance of category A workers shall be the name for a doctor (doctor), the validity of the requirements provided for in the regulation. The doctor's responsibilities include, in particular: 1) say säteilytyö as A category A worker going to work before you start work, as well as the duration of the work, at least once a year; as well as 2) to deliver an opinion, what are the conditions under which an employee may continue to work in the same or in a similar role of radiation, if the worker's radiation exposure it is found or suspected to have exceeded the maximum limit laid down.
The operator is responsible for ensuring that the medical information necessary for the performance of its functions and receives reports on the conditions in the workplace.
TyöterveyshuoltoL 743/1978 L:lla 1383/2001 is repealed.

33 (a) section (1998/11) a ban on the work of the teettämis If the employee is not suitable for säteilytyö category A for health reasons, he shall not be classified under this category and shows the corresponding säteilytyö to the task.

section 33 (b) (1998/11), the rights of the worker, at the request of the employee is responsible for the doctor's written opinion on his class A to its säteilytyö. If on operate on the basis of health worker to transfer them to the säteilytyö class (A) vested in the rest of the post, at the request of the employee in writing this as well.
The employee has the right to put himself on a matter as referred to in sub-section 1 of the radiation safety Centre. The operator shall provide the employee with knowledge of this law.
The radiation Security Center will deal with the matter without delay. The radiation Security Center to provide a solution may not be appealed.

section 33 (c) (1998/11) the maximum limit of exposure if the exposure, on the basis of a report on the circumstances, it is likely that the employee has received the maximum limit laid down in the cross-border exposure, he is obliged to participate in the necessary research exposure and its effects.
Employees may not be terminated on the basis that he has received the maximum limit laid down in the cross-border exposure.

34 section (1998/11) from the registry referred to in article 2, the principle of the protection of the individual and control the implementation of the principle of optimisation of radiation protection centre shall keep a file in the work of the workers of radiation exposure (dose register). Share register is stored in the identity of each employee, as well as information on the radiation of the quality of the work, the methods used for the monitoring of exposure and exposure factors, as well as information on the results of the analysis of the exposure.
The operator is responsible for ensuring that the information to be registered and the results of their monitoring of the exposure shall be forwarded in the manner prescribed by the radiation protection centre, broken down in such a way that each worker radiation exposure can be determined.
Without the agreement of the worker to his säteilyaltistustaan information to hand over to the equivalent referred to in article 33 to the doctor, and the radiation from the operator. The information may be handed over to the Member States of the European Union, to the operator when it is necessary for the employer to fulfil obligations relating to the monitoring of radiation exposure.
The dose of the identification of the employee data storage time is valid for what provides in article 34 (b) of the employee's health data retention time.

Article 34 (a) (1998/11) a health file for each category A worker säteilytyö is to monitor the State of health of that provide file (file), in which the information shall be deposited in the health monitoring of accumulating. Health file must be included in the medical surveillance of the information necessary for the performance of the employee's previous jobs and conditions of employment relations, as well as the results of the monitoring of the exposure of the worker.
Without the agreement of the worker to health the information already in the file to give the radiation and nuclear safety agency. Radiation exposure that causes the operator will need to provide the information necessary to fulfil the obligations laid down in this Act operator.
Responsible for the doctor's job is to take care of the proper organisation of the health file and is kept up to date. A change in the health of the corresponding medical file be handed over to a successor.

Article 34 (b) (1998/11) health data processing and the preservation of health and the information already in the file is to be dealt with in secret held.
Health record must be kept constantly up to date so long as he remains a worker of säteilytyö in the category (A). After this, the file must be retained until the employee meets or would have attained the age of 75 years. In all cases, the file must be preserved until 30 years have passed since the end of the radiation work.

Article 35 (1998/11), the task of the Finnish employer Abroad in the service of the säteilytyö a worker makes the radiation work abroad, is responsible for ensuring that the information worker radiation exposure limits indicate the share register.

36 section (1998/11) employee training and instruction on the nature of the activities must be provided for workers and comply with the conditions of the workplace training and guidance. Particular attention must be paid to the knowledge of the radiation health and safety arguments stressing the the beauty in such a way that unnecessary exposure to radiation and exposure will lead to that's different from the events can be prevented.
The employee must be in accordance with the instructions and help to take care of their own and others säteilyturvallisuudesta.
Radiation can provide more detailed provisions on the scope of the obligation referred to in subparagraph (1). (22.5.2015/677), section 37 (1998/11) age limits for radiation work to do, the person must be at least 18 years old. The younger a person is, however, children under the age of 16 years may participate in the use of radiation sources in so far as it is necessary for his professional training.

Article 37 (a) (1998/11) the responsibility of the company's employees outside the responsibility of the operator as provided for in this chapter, the protection of workers, monitoring of radiation exposure and medical surveillance of the organisation shall also apply to the employees and independent traders, who take part in the study commissioned by the radiation of the operator to work without being employed by the operator.
An external company is responsible for the proceeds of the temporary contribution from the employer that the employee training and assistance tasks are carried out as provided for in article 36. In addition to this, the employer has a duty to ensure that the protection of workers, monitoring of radiation exposure and medical surveillance is properly organized.
Chapter 10 (1998/11) of radiation medical uses 38 section (1998/11) the criteria for the use of radiation in the medical use of Radiation for medical purposes, in which ionizing radiation is applied to the human body or a body part intentionally for: 1) for the examination of the disease or treat; or 2) in medical research or other medical operation.
Maximum exposure to those provided for in this law shall not apply to the exposure of the person to be examined or treated. Radiation exposure must be medically justified and it is limited to the amount which is necessary in order to achieve the result referred to in research or treatment.

Article 39 (1998/11) Clinical responsibility for the Radiation altistavasta of the measure to the person responsible for the doctor responsible for the medical clinical justification and optimization of the measure, as well as contribute to the results of a clinical assessment of the measure. The clinical validity of the clinical trial in accordance with the quality of the action required to discharge responsibilities.
Clinical responsibility varmistautuminen the fact that prior to the execution of the measure are catered for as are necessary in a manner that: 1 to obtain the relevant information from previous studies and) treatments;
2. the supplier shall be given the necessary measure in order to optimise the measure) special instructions; and 3) to the patient or to the rest of the party concerned shall be informed of the possible health damage caused by radiation exposure.
It is the responsibility of the operator to ensure that the procedures for the transfer of the responsibility for the clicking of a clinical trial and is clearly organized.

39 (a) section (1998/11) to send the measure to the measure a referral of Medical Radiation altistavaan will contribute to the assessment of the legitimacy of the measure. For this purpose, he should have available the previous studies and the management of the relevant information, as well as the assessment of the legitimacy of the action, if necessary, consult the experts in the require before the packing slip is issued.

Article 39 (b) (1998/11) carrying the supplier must have a measure of radiation measure the qualifications and experience required for the quality. It is the responsibility of the operator to ensure that the responsibilities and procedures for the carrying out of the measures is clearly arranged.

Before the radiation targeting human beings as a specific measure, the supplier has a duty to ensure that: 1) and security systems of the radiation source are in good condition and the equipment used are working properly;
2) the patient is properly protected and radiation exposure limited to the parts of the body, to which the radiation is intended to address; and 3) for the patient to be given radioactive substance has been properly inspected.
Radiation can give more specific details of the implementation of the provisions of the obligations referred to in paragraph 2. (22.5.2015/677), section 39 (c) (1998/11) clinical audit is required to organise a structured assessment of the medical use of radiation (kliininenauditointi), where: 1) based on the research and treatment practices, radiation exposure, as well as the results of the research and management;
2) compares them in favor of established practices. as well as 3) sets out the necessary measures for the development of practices and the estimated exposure in order to prevent unjust enrichment.

section 40 (1998/11) the quality assurance activities of the carrier shall be obliged to implement planned and systematic measures to ensure that the radiation sources and associated equipment and facilities are in good condition and that the instructions for use and the procedures are appropriate.
Radiation can provide more detailed provisions on the implementation of quality assurance. (22.5.2015/677), section 41 (1998/11) the provisions of the enabling provision in the medical use of radiation for more detailed criteria and requirements shall be adopted by decision of the Ministry of Social Affairs and health. The Ministry of Social Affairs and health decision lays down in particular: 1) screening studies, where the radiation will be applied to oireettomiin persons;
2 the use of radiation in medical,) in which a person will be applied to radiation without his immediate health benefit expected from exposure;
3) clinical responsibility required for the training in the field of radiation protection requirements;
audit procedures to be used in the clinical trial, as well as 4) reference levels and the criteria for the definition of the reference values; as well as the measures of 5) radiation in predisposing to save data and reporting in such a way that the measures and the ones caused by radiation exposures can be determined a posteriori and summarize.
The Ministry of Social Affairs and health to empower the Radiation Security Center to provide 1 of the detailed restrictions on the use of the referred to in paragraph 2 and to the reference levels referred to in paragraph 4 and the reference values.
Chapter 11 non-ionizing radiation section 42 (15.6.2012/326) to the radiation exposure of the radiation exposure of the use of the acceptability of an action and the rest of the requirements laid down in article 2. The Ministry of Social Affairs and health of the population in the regulation the provisions of non-ionising radiation exposure caused by the specific maximum limits.
Chapter 6 provides for product safety and radiation measurements and in Chapter 7 of the radiation the devices emit non-ionising radiation-producing, does not apply to the radiation exposure caused by the equipment, which is no more than one-tenth of the population of non-ionising radiation exposure caused by the maximum limits.
Work on non-ionising radiation and ultrasound used in causing devices, as well as health care equipment and supplies, as well as a medical investigation into the measures provided for by the non-ionising radiation.

43 section (15.6.2012/326) to the provision of prevention of damage to health of the population in Solariumpalveluiden not be causing health damage in a manner to provide solariumpalveluja.
Solariumpalveluja to offer the operator must take care to ensure that children under 18 years of age get to subject themselves to a solarium to ultraviolet radiation.
What paragraph 2 shall not apply to the treatment of the disease by exposing it to a doctor's prescription, diagnosis or ultraviolet radiation to do medical research.

section 44 (15.6.2012/326) Solariumlaitteen use, the operator shall designate the public to supervise the proper use of the site to raise awareness for solariumlaitteen 18 years old the person responsible, which shall, if appropriate, to the protection of the eyes and the rest of the device will guide you through the customer's safe use, as well as ensure that children under the age of 18 will not be able to access the solariumlaitetta. The person in charge shall, where appropriate, check solariumlaitetta to use the person's age.
In addition, the operator shall ensure that the use of the information is clearly visible on the solariumlaitteen solariumlaitteen of the dangers of excessive exposure to ultraviolet radiation and on the limitation of exposure of the.

Article 44 a (15.6.2012/326) to the protection of the health of the Solariumlaitteen Control Act (763/1994) possessors of exquisite intelligence endowment and is the bedrock of authorities as well as the radiation protection centre shall have the right to receive the necessary information, from each of the Member State concerned relating to the control of the solariumvalvontaan and its control notwithstanding. With regard to tietojensaantioikeus of the personal data is only necessary information.
The protection of the health of the health protection authority in the context of its supervision in accordance with the laws of the check the following things: 1) solariumlaitteen or use in a way that is less than 18 years old will not be able to use the device for the staff it undetected;
Article 44:2) the responsible person referred to in paragraph 1, the presence of;
3) instructions to the customer;
4 the dangers of exposure to ultraviolet radiation), solariumlaitteen and the presentation of information concerning the limitation of the exposure of the visible in the immediate vicinity of the solariumlaitteen;
5) your eye protection;
the timing adjustment 6) solariumlaitteessa;
solariumlaitteen the item and type 7); as well as the types of solariumlamppujen and 8).

section 44 (b) (15.6.2012/326), the subject of an inspection report and to correct the lack of protection of the health of the body, or negligence, will make the inspection referred to in article 44 (a) of the Protocol, which shall be entered in the findings of the audit. The protection of the health of the authority shall forward a copy of the inspection protocol or data corresponding to the radiation and nuclear safety agency.
Health protection in order to remedy the lack of authority or negligence-perceived radiation may take the measures referred to in this Act.
Chapter 12 of the natural radiation to determine the exposure of The use of section 45 in the wild land, stone, or other materials, or the use of these material resulting from the materials in the course of trade or similar action, is required to explain to the satisfaction of the radiation Security Center from the operation of the radiation exposure, if it appears, or reasonably suspected of the radiation. The same is the duty of the employer, by the shop or any other working in the place it is found or suspected, that exposure to natural radiation is directed at humans, which causes or is likely to cause a health nuisance.
Radiation Protection Centre has the right to appoint the task referred to in this article, if the analysis required is not the way to do it.
Radiation can provide more detailed provisions on how to determine whether the exposure referred to in this article. (22.5.2015/677), the limitation of the exposure of section 46 As referred to in article 45 has been made, the radiation Security Center will, where appropriate, in order to limit the exposure of the provisions.

47 section Organization statement If, inter alia, the activities referred to in article 45 on-the-spot work is the work of radiation referred to in article 32, the operator is required to submit a report on the arrangements to ensure the security of the. The report, the Executive Director of the responsible for the designation of säteilyturvallisuudesta qualifications, if applicable, in effect, what is laid down in article 18 of the Organization on the use of radiation in the report.

48 section Room without the radon concentration of indoor air radon values strengthen the Ministry of Social Affairs and health.
Water from the limitation of the exposure of radioactive substances and provides for a more precise control of the Ministry of Social Affairs and health. (1998/11) the provisions of article 49 of the regulation authority for specific control of the exposure arising from natural radiation is given.
Chapter 13, section 49 (a) Radioactive waste (28.6.2013/500) the guiding principle of the waste from the use of radiation and other radiation in action the amount of radioactive waste shall be kept as low as practical measures is possible without compromising the General principles under article 2.

section 50 of the duty of the operator the operator is obliged to provide for the operation of the adoption of the measures necessary for the disposal of radioactive waste arising from the non-hazardous.
When dealing with radioactive materials the operator is obliged to ensure that access to radioactive materials into the environment is limited. In the event of radioactive material in such a way that they fight against the environmental damage of health or clean up the environment, calls for measures to the operator is obliged to provide for the implementation of the measures.

The extraction of natural resources that contain radioactive material, the operator is obliged to take care of it when they are killed during the operation and that the radioactive waste does not pose a health or environmental harm.
Radiation can give in the content of the obligation provided for in article disposal more detailed provisions. (22.5.2015/677), section 51 of the secondary duty of care If the operator does not meet the obligation referred to in section 50 of the disposal of radioactive waste, the State shall be obliged to take care of the clean up of the environment for the adoption of the measures necessary and harmless.
The State is obliged to provide for the measures referred to in subparagraph (1), even when the origin of the waste is unknown, or the duty of the person responsible for the operation of the carrier could not be found.
As to how the State shall ensure that the measures referred to in paragraph 1, provided for in the regulation.
The operator and the rest of the production or processing of radioactive material or waste in the participant shall be obliged to reimburse the State for costs incurred for the cleaning of the environment of the waste harmless and necessary measures. Cost recovery is in place, what is provided for in article 69. The costs, however, will primarily be used in addition to the security referred to in article 19, if the security is set.

section 52 of the donor's duty on disposal of radioactive waste, the possession of which requires a safety is the supplier shall be obliged to ensure that the recipient is in possession of the waste to be disposed of revocation.

Article 52 (a) (22 December 1994/1334) the import, export and transit of radioactive waste or material containing radioactive waste, may be imported, exported or transported through the territory of Finland only on condition that each consignment of waste-the transfer is approved by the radiation and nuclear safety agency in advance.
Radioactive waste is to be exported to a country that does not have sufficient technical, legal and administrative capacity to take care of radioactive waste.
The radiation source that is disabled, which is manufactured in a country other than Finland, shall not be imported to Finland as radioactive waste. (on 22 December 2005/1179)
Shipments of radioactive waste is to implement the management of radioactive waste and spent fuel on the supervision and control of shipments are laid down in Council Directive 2006/117/Euratom, hereinafter referred to as the waste shipment directive, in accordance with the procedures laid down in. (21 November 2008/718)
In addition to what is provided for in article 17 of the directive on waste transfer, radiation protection centre shall publish the order in the standard document referred to in article version of the suite. (21 November 2008/718) Chapter 14, section 53 of the inspection and Monitoring rights the right of access to the radiation protection centre shall have, in this Act and the provisions adopted pursuant thereto, the genuinely competitive bidding process required for the control of: 1) in this Act, to review and monitor the health of the harmful radiation exposure referred to in the question, and to get there, where the activity is carried out;
2) will carry out a control and measurements necessary for the tests, to take and to obtain the necessary samples, and to invest in the equipment necessary to carry out, inter alia, the operation of the control of the place or its vicinity;
3) to get the appropriate notifications, which is relevant for the monitoring of data and documents; as well as the holder of the authorisation the remedies required to maintain control of the 4) in terms of the necessary records of the radiation sources, as well as their possession of acquisitions and donations, as well as to the radiation safety Centre.
The mining operations and the mining regulations issued under the authority of section 9 of the authorization referred to in the exploration of uranium or thorium containing an instance of the locating and researching radiation protection centre shall have the right to the full extent from the radiation protection in order to ensure the monitoring and control the exploration region and its environment. Radiation Protection Centre shall have the right to carry out the necessary monitoring and control, even when the mining regulations referred to in article 16, on the basis of a licence are mined and processed other mines mining minerals and the action is, or is likely to affect the environment of the säteilyturvallisuuteen. (22.5.2015/677) 54 the provisions of section 53 of the radiation safety Centre and of the inspection as referred to in paragraph 1, the supplier shall, as appropriate, to ensure the safety of the operation, as well as the right to issue a radiation of radioactive waste destruction. The implementation of the provision is to set a time limit. If it has been issued by the inspection company, is a matter for decision by the radiation safety Centre, if brought to the operator in writing.

the suspension of the limitation of the operation of section 55 or if the activity causes the apparent risk of damage to health, or to radiation, by decision, impose on the cessation of the activity or proposed be limited in such a way that the action meets the requirements provided for in this Act.
If the case does not tolerate delay, is the suspension of the activities of the inspection the supplier has established his right to give an order, or limit, the operator will immediately follow. The inspection is in this case, the decision to submit the case without delay to the radiation safety Centre.
The suspension or limitation of the operation of the order is in force, until the operator shall demonstrate, or otherwise state that the activity can be carried out in or provided for by law, in accordance with the requirements laid down under.

56 section (22 December 1994/1334) and deferral If the products referred to in article 21, does not meet the requirements, the supervisory authority has the right to prohibit the disclosure of the sales and the rest.

57 section access to information from the authority of this Act and the provisions adopted in the implementation and compliance with the provisions of the supervisory authority shall be without prejudice to the case provided for in the marketing of the document or secret, access to the information and documents necessary for the control of the other public body.

58 the assistance section of the police and customs authorities shall, where appropriate, the assistance of the monitoring authority of this law and the provisions of the control of the compliance with the provisions adopted on the basis of and. The Customs authorities to enforce this law of specific tasks laid down by regulation, if necessary.
Chapter 15 the application of less coercive measures and sanctions, the threat of a periodic penalty payment and section 59 teettämis If someone niskoittelee him or the provisions adopted pursuant to this Act and the regulations, of the fulfilment by the radiation can oblige him to fulfil their obligations by the threat of a fine or threat that without making a left at the expense of the operation performed by the laiminlyöjän, or the threat of such, that the operation of the radiation source shall be suspended or banned.
The periodic penalty payment to be paid by condemnation of radiation.
Teettäen operation costs are to be paid in advance from State resources and laiminlyöjältä in the order in which the law on taxes and charges ulosottotoimin (367/61) is provided.

Article 60 of the criminal penalties (21.4.1995/594), a reference to the provisions (of conduct/418), the penalty for the use of radiation in such a way that the Act is likely to cause danger to life or health in General, chapter 34 of the Penal Code provides for the 4, 5, 7 and 8.
The penalty for violation of this law or the provisions adopted pursuant to the provisions of the the environment or material losses as a result of the criminal law provides for a 48 a number between 1 and 4.
The penalty for careless handling of radioactive substance or radiation device provided for in section 44 of the criminal code, Chapter 12. section 61 (conduct/418) (15.6.2012/326) of the infringement where, either intentionally or through negligence by the operator, which is 1) in this Act, or the remedies provided for in this law to be based on the use of radiation, radiation device or part of it, including the obligation to review the presentation of the safety conditions, 2) breach or instruction by the authority under this Act to ensure the security of the information, necessary for the authority or the control of the 3) provided for in article 14 (b) violation of radioactive material containing radiation sources or the obligation of accounting or breach pursuant to the said article, the provisions of the regulation of the Council of State , 4) violates section 15 of the Act, the obligation to provide data laid down in article 28 of the obligations of the donor, provided for in article 29 of the obligation provided for in the disposal, provided for in article 52 of the donor's obligation to report on the issue, or fail to take a 31 (e) or article 52 (a), 5), the application for the approval provided for in violation of article 31 (d) high-activity sealed source identification laid down the obligation laid down in the said paragraph (3) of the non-unique or high-activity sealed source import ban, 6) violation of article 43 (2) the obligation provided for in the disposal, 7) violates section 44 (1) the obligation provided for in the appointment of the person in charge or the information laid down in paragraph 2 of that article to see the obligation, or 8) violation of article 56: the ban on the sale and supply of under, is to be condemned, if the Act is not punishable under section 60 of the Act, or, in the absence of the rest of the heavier penalty provided for the offence, to a fine of radiation.

If an infringement as referred to in sub-section 1 shall, in the circumstances, a minor, may be about to leave without prosecution and punishment.

62 section (21 May 1999/647) Article 62 is repealed by L:lla on 21 May 1999/647.

63 section (26 October 2001/893), section 63 has been repealed L:lla of 26 October 2001/893.

64 section (2011/489) Prosecution, a prosecutor may not be prosecuted for an offence referred to in this Act before it is acquired by a Radiation Safety Centre, to present the opinion.
Chapter 16 an appeal under section 65 (7.8.2015/1041) radiation protection Centre's decision may be appealed to the Administrative Court as the administrative act (586/1996).
The decision of the administrative law, in the case referred to in section 20 of the safety authorisation on the issue of the withdrawal, as well as in the case referred to in articles 55 and 56 fact may be appealed to the administrative law. The rest of the decision may be appealed only if the Supreme Administrative Court grants leave to appeal.
L:lla 1041/2015 changed article 65 shall enter into force on the 1.1.2016. The previous wording: article 65 the appeal pursuant to this Act, the radiation and nuclear safety agency in the event of an appeal against a decision by appealing to the Administrative Court as administrative act (586/1996). (2 September 2005/727)
Radiation and nuclear safety agency pursuant to article 59 from making the decision on the imposition of the penalty does not, however, specifically to complain about.

the implementation of this law, section 54 and 66 55 of the decision, it may be provided that, in spite of the appeals, a decision must be respected unless the appeal authority.
If the order has been issued as referred to in sub-section 1, the authority shall deal with the appeal as a matter of urgency.
Chapter 17 miscellaneous provisions section 67 of the normal abnormal radiation situation, even when the work-or the rest of the body is so large amounts of radioactive substances must be accompanied by special measures in the säteilyturvallisuudesta taking care of (an odd situation of radiation), shall, as far as possible, take account of the principles laid down in article 2 of the purpose of the limitation of the exposure.
The Ministry of Interior to provide general rules and guidelines for the coordination of the measures foreseen in the and abnormal radiation conditions.

68 section (21 May 1999/647) the handing over of confidential information, the Act on the openness of government activities (621/1999) without prejudice to the obligation of professional secrecy laid down in compliance with the monitoring of this law, or radiation, or the Secretary at the task, data obtained from the neuvottelukunnan's private or financial position of the community, commercial or professional secret or private personal conditions to dispose of in accordance with article 57, as well as the Prosecutor and the police authority in the investigation of crimes.

section 69 Charges of Turvallisuusluvasta and other decisions taken by the authority under this Act, as well as the control of the provision of services referred to in this act as well as the measures necessary for the preparation of these decisions and the services can be used to charge fees according to the decision of the Ministry shall be terminated. The fees shall be valid for the payment by the law, the State (150/92) is provided. (22 December 1994/1334)
The costs of the supervision of the activity of the radiation, it may be decided that they charged either in whole or in part, in annual payments and the operators. (22 December 1994/1334)
The charges provided for in this Act and compensation may be siezed without a court judgment or decision in the order in which the ulosottotoimin of taxes and charges is provided.

70, and the radiation Security Center section instructions for more detailed provisions on the implementation of this law, as well as to the authorities of the Division and cooperation shall be established by regulation.
The radiation Security Center will provide this level of security in accordance with the General guidelines for the implementation of the law.

section 71 (22.5.2015/677) consultation on the adoption of the provisions in the Radiation Safety Centre for radiation protection centre is the first subparagraph of article 2, paragraph 3, article 11, article 23, section 2, subsection 2, paragraph 31 (c), article 32 (2), article 32 (a), article 36, section 39 (b), article 40 (2), section 45 and section 50 of the adoption of the provisions referred to in paragraph 4, consult the section 20 authorisation holders, referred to in article 7 of the Convention referred to and the Ministry of Social Affairs and health, Ministry of employment and the economy, as well as to the extent of other authorities.

72 section (23.5.1997/490), section 72, is repealed L:lla 23.5.1997/490.
Chapter 18-entry into force and transitional provisions for the entry into force of this law, article 73 shall enter into force on 1 January 1992.
This law will be repealed on 26 April 1957, of radiation protection law (174/57), as amended subsequently.
Before the entry into force of the law for the implementation of the law, the necessary measures may be taken.

Article 74 of the law of revocation granted under transitional provisions for application of radiation protection is still in force for the time being. The holder of the authorization is, however, within one year of the entry into force of this Act shall inform the radiation protection centre is continuing in business. If the Declaration is not to make the period specified, the authorisation shall be deemed withdrawn.
In the event of a radiological protection issued pursuant to the laws of the turvallisuusluvassa and the activities referred to in the requirements laid down in this Act, do not fill in the radiation protection centre shall, no later than one year after the arrival of the notice referred to in subparagraph (1), calls on the holder of the authorization to pick up a new safety. If the permit holder fails to comply with the request within four months, of revocation shall be deemed withdrawn.
Other than the 1 and 2, in the cases referred to in the subsection is action, which according to this law requires safety and the pursuit of which has commenced before the entry into force of this law, within one year of the entry into force of this Act apply to the article concerning the results.

Article 75 which is approved by the radiation protection Regulation (328/57) as referred to in article 5 or the custodian at the time of entry into force of this Act, is entitled to continue in her role.

76 section (22 December 1994/1334) section 76 repealed by L:lla 22 December 1994/1334.

the work of Mining Law referred to in article 77 of the mining operator and for longer than three months, under the ground or in a confined space equipment will be performed within three months of the entry into force of this Act, make a written declaration by the radiation and nuclear safety agency.

Article 78 of this law, upon the entry into force of the radiation safety Centre, or other authority, the Radiation Protection Act pending before the intended the matter will be dealt with in accordance with the provisions of this law. THEY 230/89, tvk. Mrs. 9/90, svk. Mrs. 136/90 acts entry into force and application in time: 3508/92/11: this law shall enter into force on 1 December 1992.
THEY 264/92, of 22 December 1994, 38/92/Shub 1334: this law shall enter into force at the time of the decreed. ((L) 1334/1994 came into force on 1 January 1995 in accordance with A 266/1994.)
THEY 270/94, 21.4.1995 TyVM 8/94/599: this law shall enter into force on 1 September 1995.
THEY'RE 94/93, SuVM LaVM 22/94, 10/94 23.5.1997/490:209/1996, TyVM 3/1997, EV 33/1997 of 23 December 1998/11: this law shall enter into force on 1 January 1999.
Its 10 chapters shall, however, apply only with effect from 1 January 2000.
THEY 248/1998, TyVM 14/1998, EV 236/1998, Council Directive 96/29 EURATOM, Council Directive 97/43/EURATOM of 21 May 1999, 647: this law shall enter into force on 1 December 1999.
THEY'RE 30/1998 31/1998, EV, HaVM 303/1998 of 26 October 2001/893: this law shall enter into force on 1 January 2002.
THEY'RE 80/2000, LaVM 14/2001, EV 94/2001/418 of conduct: this law shall enter into force on 1 September 2002.
THEY LaVM 5/17/2001, 2002/35, 2002 2002-08-23, EV/744: this law shall enter into force on 1 January 2003.
THEY'RE 59/2002, TyVM 4/2002, EV 110/2002 on 2 September 2005/727: this law shall enter into force on 1 October 2005.
On appeal before the entry into force of this law shall apply to the administrative authority on the date of entry into force of this law, the provisions in force.
THEY'RE 112/2004, 5/2005, HaVM 13/2005, EV 91/2005 of 22 December 2005/1179: this law shall enter into force on 1 January 2006.
The current high-Active solid source that does not exist in the manner provided for in this law, will be appropriately identified in the attached source and its properties show details by the end of 2006.
This Act (c) the requirements laid down in sections must be completed in its entirety by the end of 2007.
If the use of high-activity sealed source of revocation is issued or an application filed before the entry into force of this law, in accordance with article 31 of the security shall be set by the end of 2007.
THEY are 180/2005, TyVM 10/2005, EV 207/2005 on 21 November 2008/718: this law shall enter into force on 1 December 2008.
THEY'RE 169/2008, TyVM 7/2008, EV, 2011/489/2008:118 of this law shall enter into force on 17 May 2011.
THEY LaVM 34/286/2010, 2010, EV 311/2010 10/06/2011/6: this law shall enter into force on 1 July 2011.
THEY TaVM 49/273/2009, 2010, 2010, PeVL 32 YmVL 7/2/2010, SuVM 2010, EV 349/2010 15.6.2012/3: this law shall enter into force on 1 July 2012.
44 the operator shall comply with the obligations laid down in paragraph 1 of section solariumpaikoissa, no later than 36 months after the entry into force of this Act and section 44 of the obligations laid down in paragraph 2, no later than six months after the entry into force of this law.

Under section 61 of the laws of the (6) and (7) shall apply only after the transition periods provided for in paragraph 2. The regulation on the control of non-ionising radiation (1306/1993) and on the limitation of exposure of the population of non-ionising radiation caused by the Ministry of Social Affairs and health Decree (289/2002) remain in force until otherwise provided for.
Before the entry into force of this law may be to take the necessary steps in the implementation of the law.
THEY 146/2011, Shub 3/2012, EV 46/2012 28.6.2013/500: this law shall enter into force on 1 August 2013.
THEY'RE 18/10/2013, 2013, TaVM EV 22.5.2015/677/13:59, This Act shall enter into force on 1 July 2015.
THEY 320/31/2014, 2014, TaVM EV 333/2014 7.8.2015/1041: this law shall enter into force on the 1 January 2016.
On appeal before the entry into force of this law shall apply to the Management Board on the date of entry into force of this law, the provisions in force.
THEY'RE 230/26/2014 2014, LaVM, EV 319/2014