Authorization to decommission a facility with radioactive materials

Protect the public and environment from dangers of radiation

  • Purpose: Protect the public and environment from dangers of radiation
  • Application Fees: Notification (20,000 Ugx)
  • License Fee: (a) Category 1 &amp; 2 - 800,000 Ugx <br>(b) Category 3 &amp; 4 - 500,000 Ugx
  • Maximum Processing Time: 3 Months
  • Related Websites: <a href="http://www.atomiccouncil.go.ug/" target="_blank">www.atomiccouncil.go.ug</a>
  • Validity: 6 Months
  • Contact Office: <a href="http://www.atomiccouncil.go.ug/" target="_blank">Atomic Energy Council<br></a>
  • Renewal Fee: (a) Category 1 & 2 - 800,000 Ugx (b) Category 3 & 4 - 500,000 Ugx
  • License Type: Permit
  • Legal Basis: The Atomic energy council Act 2008. The Atomic Energy Regulations 2012
  • <ul><li>Attach a certificate of registration where applicable.</li><li>Attach copies of qualification&nbsp; documents of the radiation safety officer and other radiation workers.</li><li>Attach formal appointment&nbsp; of the radiation safety officer.</li><li>Attach qualification documents of the qualified expert.</li><li>Attach source calibration certificate from the manufacturer.</li><li>Attach a copy of the letter of repatriation from the manufacturer (for radioactive materials).</li><li>Attach a copy of the architectural drawings of the installation and premises.<br></li><li>Attach a copy of the qualified expert's report.</li><li>Attach final decommissioning&nbsp; plan.</li><li>Attach final radiation survey report.</li><li>Attach a quality assurance programme and supporting documents.</li><li>Attach procedures for dealing with and reporting abnormal events, incidents and emergencies.</li><li>Attach a work breakdown structure and implementation programme.</li><li>Attach administrative control procedures for individual tasks.</li><li>Attach procedures for the collection and maintenance of records during and after completion of decommissioning.</li><li>Any other information that may be required by Atomic Energy Council.<br></li></ul>