Accreditation to Issue Certificates of Compliance for Radiation Sources and Places - Tasmania

Service summary

You will require accreditation if you intend to issue certificates of compliance for radiation sources and places. Accreditation will enable you to test radiation equipment to ensure it complies with the applicable standards.

Please consult the Contact Officer for more information.

Service type


A licence defines the need to obtain recognition / certification and registration to undertake a certain business activity.

Eligibility requirements

In order to be eligible for accreditation you must:

  • Be a fit and proper person;
  • Have adequate training in radiation protection matters;
  • Have relevant experience and qualifications;
  • Be licensed or registered with, or have an authority issued by, an appropriate board in Tasmania;
  • Not have been convicted of a relevant offence;
  • Not have had any licence, registration, accreditation or other authorisation relating to any dealing with a radiation source revoked;
  • Pay the prescribed fees; and
  • Submit a properly completed application form.

You must abide by any conditions placed on your certificate of accreditation.

Please consult the Contact Officer for more information regarding eligibility requirements.


A certificate of accreditation remains in force for a period not exceeding 3 years.



1 year.

Application$279.002 years.
Application$387.503 years.

Administering agency

Department of Health and Human Services
Public Health Services
Radiation Protection Unit

Act(s) name

Radiation Protection Act 2005 (Tasmania)

Regulation(s) name

Radiation Protection Regulations 2016 (Tasmania)

Contact details

Department of Health and Human Services
Public Health Services
Radiation Protection Unit


03 6166 7256


03 6222 7257


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