Having put safety as a priority at all levels of operation and at the heart of decision-making, EEAE implements an integrated management system. Our policy is to serve the public interest and in accordance with our vision, mission and values, to provide high-quality services and regulatory work.
The integrated management system is certified since December 2013 in accordance with the requirements of ISO 9001:2008 standard and incorporates all functions and accreditations of EEAE.
The list of EEAE accreditations/certifications includes:
-- accreditation according to ISO/IEC 17025 standard for:
• non-ionizing radiation measurements,
• individual monitoring by the use of whole body dosemeters and extremity dosemeters,
• gamma spectrometry measurements,
• radon measurements,
• calibrations in radiotherapy, diagnostic radiology, radiation protection, individual monitoring.
-- accreditation as an "inspection body", type A, according to ISO/IEC 17020 standard, in order to perform inspections in radiation facilities and applications (radiology, nuclear medicine, radiotherapy, radiography and industry).
-- certification according to ISO 29990 standard, regarding the scope "Design, development and provision of non-formal education and training in radiation protection and nuclear safety".
As a part of its continuous improvement, EEAE aims at the full harmonization of its integrated system management with the internationally established requirements governing regulatory authorities and radiation facilities (IAEA Safety Standards, Leadership and Management for Safety, GSR Part 2). Our main objective is to incorporate safety culture characteristics into our management system.