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Radiation (Emergency Preparation and Public Information) Regulations (REPPIR)

The Radiation (Emergency Preparedness and Public Information) Regulations 2001 [1] (REPPIR) establishes a framework of emergency preparedness measures to ensure that members of the public are:

  • properly informed and prepared, in advance, about what to do in the unlikely event of a radiation emergency occurring, and
  • provided with information if a radiation emergency actually occurs.

A “radiation emergency” is an event that is likely to result in a member of the public receiving an effective dose of 5 mSv during the year immediately following the emergency. Under the Regulation there is a requirement Isle of Anglesey County Council to develop an Emergency Off-site Plan for Wylfa power station. For more information click on the link below.

  • Wylfa Power Station

    Isle of Anglesey County Council Emergency Plan for Mitigating the consequences of a Nuclear Off-Site Emergency

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