BS EN ISO 3925:2015 - Unsealed radioactive substances. Identification and documentation
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BS EN ISO 3925:2015

Unsealed radioactive substances. Identification and documentation

Status : Current, Under review   Published : January 2014



ISO 3925:2014 establishes the requirements for the identification and documentation of unsealed radioactive substances issued commercially by suppliers and which are intended for further handling or processing, either physical or chemical. Requirements for radiopharmaceuticals and standard sources are not covered.

Standard NumberBS EN ISO 3925:2015
TitleUnsealed radioactive substances. Identification and documentation
StatusCurrent, Under review
Publication Date31 January 2014
Normative References(Required to achieve compliance to this standard)ISO 361
Informative References(Provided for Information)ISO 921:1997, ISO 2919:2012
International RelationshipsEN ISO 3925:2015
Amended ByCorrigendum, September 2015
DescriptorsAdhesives, Surfaces, Work benches, Asphalts, Particulate radiation, Natural rubber, Stability, Radiation hazards, Documents, Flooring tiles, Ionizing radiation, Polyurethane, Thermosetting polymers, Radiation-induced chemical reactions, Contamination, Thermoplastic polymers, Coatings, Floor coverings, Synthetic rubber, Paints, Glass, Protective coatings, Nuclear technology, Screeds (floors), Concretes, Radioactive pollution
Title in FrenchSubstances radioactives non scellées. Identification et documentation
Title in GermanNichtumschlossene radioaktive Stoffe. Kennzeichnung und Dokumentation
ISBN978 0 580 88247 0
File Size345 KB

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