HS35 – Radiation Dosimetry Reports

Occupational radiation exposure reports.

This records class is a Personal Information Bank.

Responsible Unit | Information Steward | Information Confidentiality Classification | Retention | Disposition | Authority | Retention Rationale | Version Information

Content & Scope

The University uses a licensed dosimetry service to measure and monitor the exposure of workers to radiation.

Responsible Unit

Safety Office.

Information Steward

Vice-President, Administration & Finance.

Information Confidentiality Classification



5 years.

Note: The Canadian Nuclear Safety Commission must be advised at least 90 days in advance of the disposal of any records related to the University's consolidated licence.


Secure Destruction.


Responsible Units should document the disposal/destruction of official records using the University records destruction form or equivalent documentation, to verify that we are following our records retention rules.


  • SOR/2000-203: Radiation Protection Regulations, under the Nuclear Safety and Control Act.
  • R.R.O. 1990, Reg. 861: X-Ray Safety, under the Occupational Health and Safety Act.

Retention Rationale

The retention period is based on R.R.O. 1990, Reg. 861: X-Ray Safety, s.12 (5) which requires dosimetry records to be retained for "a period of at least 3 years" and the 5 year dosimetry period defined in SOR/2000-203: Radiation Protection Regulations.

Approval Date

19 December 2011