Medical Radiology and Radiation Safety. 2014. Vol. 59. No. 4. P. 9-17


A.Y. Bushmanov, A.S. Kretov, V.Y. Shcheblanov, A.F. Bobrov, E.Y. Kretova

The System of Organization the Obligatory Medical Surveys of Employees of Nuclear Facilities at the Current Stage

Burnasyan Federal Medical Biophysical Center of FMBA, Moscow, Russia. E-mail: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.


Purpose: Structuring requirements for obligatory medical examination of nuclear facilities employees in Russian Federation.

Material and methods: The material for this work was the current Russian Federation legislation and normative base, analysis of those was conducted by comparing the legal regulations established with the documents in force at various levels. For the analysis of Russian Federation legislative and normative base the resources of the company ConsultantPlus were used.

Results: It was found that accordingly to the current Russian Federation legislation and normative bases the employees of nuclear facilities are the subject to the requirements of a number of obligatory medical examinations.

Conclusion: The decision to organize the obligatory medical examinations of nuclear facilities employees uses to be taken by the employer according to the assessment of working conditions. Employee of a nuclear facility may be required to undergo to five independent medical examinations to obtain five different medical certificates.

Key words: the object of use of nuclear energy, ionizing radiation, working conditions, harmful industrial factors, preliminary and periodical medical examination obligatory, psychiatric examination, psycho-physiological examination