Read about the radiotherapy physics section within CMPE
Employers using X-ray equipment for medical exposures must comply with a number of legislative requirements including the Ionising Radiations Regulations 1999 and the Ionising Radiation (Medical Exposure) Regulations 2000.
The services provided by CMPE provide the professional and technical advice and support to enable employers to meet these and other relevant legislative requirements. Additionally, expertise is available to support a variety of imaging needs, such as the evaluation and optimisation of image quality, and the manipulation and analysis of digital images.
We have a well-established, quality management system in place which is accredited under the international quality standard ISO 9001:2008.
This covers the following areas of expertise:
For the following systems:
CMPE has considerable expertise in relevant research and development work. Research and development interests within the diagnostic radiology physics section currently include:
The section provides healthcare scientist training for the NHS practitioner and scientist training programmes.
The section also participates in a number of other educational activities, such as:
Staff actively participate in a range of professional matters ranging from refereeing scientific papers to providing advice to national and international bodies.
These positions include:
Click here to download our CMPE Radiation Protection Advice Sheets.
CMPE has produced a standard form for reporting radiation incidents. Our customers are asked to use this to notify us of incidents.
The Health and Safety Executive have worked with the medical physics community and the X-ray equipment manufacturers to produce a standard form for handing over controlled areas during servicing or installation of new equipment. If you need further advice on the use of the form, please ask your contact physicist.
For more information please contact: