The mission of the AERB is to ensure the use of ionising radiation and nuclear energy in India does not cause undue risk to the health of people and the environment.

Diagnostic Radiology

Diagnostic Radiology is a group of various modalities of medical imaging by using X-rays.

Information Related to Regulations of Radiology Facilities:
Medical use of x-rays for diagnosis and treatment has proven to be immensely beneficial to the society at large. However, unsafe use of x-ray radiation has health risks associated with it and hence it is required that proper care is exercised throughout the life cycle of the equipment i.e. from manufacture, supply, installation, use, maintenance, servicing and ultimately decommissioning. The Atomic Energy (Radiation Protection) Rules, 2004 [AE(RP)R-2004], promulgated under the Atomic Energy Act, 1962, provides the legal framework for the safe handling of radiation generating equipment (in this context - X-ray equipment). As per Rule 3 of AE(RP)R-2004 it is mandatory for all the manufacturers/Suppliers/Users of x-ray equipment, to obtain requisite ‘Licence’ from AERB for carrying out any of the above activities.

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To facilitate online submission of applications for various regulatory consents, AERB has launched e-governance application e-LORA (e-Licensing of Radiation Applications) System. All the Manufacturers/Suppliers/Service Agencies and X-ray institutions are required to obtain all the requisite consents from AERB through e-LORA. Detailed guidelines for all the stakeholders are available on homepage of eLORA.

AERB has taken serious note of unauthorized manufacture, supply and usage of medical diagnostic x-ray equipment without possessing statutory Licence from AERB and issued a ‘WARNING’ that facilities of the said stakeholders found operating in such contravention hereafter shall be sealed without further notice.

Public at large is also requested to visit only AERB licensed facilities in the interest of their own safety. All radiation facilities are required to display the copy of AERB Licence at the conspicuous place at their facility.

Besides for decentralization of regulatory activities for effective implementation of regulations in the country, AERB has established its Regional Regulatory Centers (RRC) at Chennai , Kolkata and Delhi for southern, Eastern and northern regions respectively.

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