The Radiation Protection Authority of Zimbabwe (RPAZ) is a statutory body established under the Radiation Protection Act [Chapter 15:15] of 2004 with a mandate to protect people and the environment against effects of radiation.
The Authority is hereby reminding all users of ionising radiation and radiation related equipment to start processing their licence renewals for 2019 in line with the provisions of Statutory Instrument 134 of 2011. The renewal for the year 2019 licenses is now open as from October 1, 2018.
A provision has been made for users to make flexible payments towards the licence fees between now and December 31, 2018.
Users are encouraged to use the Electronic Licensing Application Management (eLAM) system for swift application and processing of authorizations on: elam.rpaz.co.zw . A guide on the eLAM is available for download here.
All authorisations issued by RPAZ in line with the Radiation Protection Act [Chapter 15:15] expire on the 31st of December of each year and all licensees must be renewed on or before. Any application for renewal submitted after this date shall attract a 30% penalty fee charged in accordance with Statutory Instrument 106 of 2011.
It is illegal to operate radiation emitting devices without a licence from the Radiation Protection Authority of Zimbabwe and all such entities are required to regularise their operations with the Authority with immediate effect.
The fee schedule is available for download here.
For further information, please contact us on the details given below:
1 McCaw Drive/King George Road
Box A1710, Avondale, Harare
Telephone: 263-242-335627/83 or 263-242-304978