This guidance aims to provide an overview of the different veterinary radiation therapy procedures that are performed in the different HERCA member countries. It also gives practical advice on safety measures on the matter.
The on-going war increases the risk of a nuclear accident in Ukraine. WENRA and HERCA assessed the potential consequences of a severe accident, should it occur.
Report of HERCA Workshop on Challenges in Implementation of RPE & RPO in HERCA member states
Update on the mandate, recent achievements and 2022-2025 mandate of the working group en medical applications.
HERCA, as a voluntary association in which the European Heads of Radiation Protection Authorities work together in order to identify common issues and propose practical solutions for these issues, has developed its strategy. The aim of this document is to share both internally and with HERCA’s counterparts its vision, mission and main objectives for the years to come.
This HERCA document seeks to help national authorities achieve a more effective implementation of the EU BSSD provisions on NORM, as well as to explore the prospects of international harmonization, by examining national approaches to the use of exemption and clearance in the regulation of NORM.
HERCA has produced this information paper to precise its opinion ont the feasibility of replacing radiography using radiation sources with less hazardous X-ray or non-ionising techniques
Through this information paper, HERCA aims to assist European competent authorities in making regulatory decisions on installation, maintenance and service […]
The world needs high active radioactive sealed sources in all kinds of applications in industry and research. While being necessary […]