This Law shall be applicable for protection of human life, health and environment against hazardous impact of ionizing radiation and establishes requirements for ensuring radiation safety. It shall be applicable to all processes that cause risks of ionizing radiation of human beings. It contains calculation formula for radiation safety levels. The following categories shall be subject to the following objects: (a) radiation sources; (b) radioactive substances and radioactive waste storage sites; (c) foodstuffs and agricultural commodities; (d) potable water and foodstuffs manufactured therewith; (e) fertilizers and nutrients; and (f) industrial waste with high contents of natural radionuclides.
Autores y editores
Vsevolod Gnetii (CONSLEGB)
A Central Asian country of incredible natural beauty and proud nomadic traditions, most of the territory of present-day Kyrgyzstan was formally annexed to the Russian Empire in 1876. The Kyrgyz staged a major revolt against the Tsarist Empire in 1916 in which almost one-sixth of the Kyrgyz population was killed. Kyrgyzstan became a Soviet republic in 1936 and achieved independence in 1991 when the USSR dissolved. Nationwide demonstrations in the spring of 2005 resulted in the ouster of President Askar AKAEV, who had run the country since 1990.