Managing the Safety of Medical Personnel During Radiological Procedures

What if a medical practitioner does not wear a personal dosimeter?

Submit an incident report to promote making improvements involving the entire hospital.

The law specifies detailed regulations for medical radiation workers, which are implemented as part of healthcare safety management. Not wearing a personal dosimeter is comparable to ignoring measures to prevent spreading infectious diseases. Have personnel that notice the problem keep submitting incident reports, so that the problem can be recognized as a problem for the entire hospital and improvements can be implemented accordingly. It should not be addressed by only one person involved. It also ignores the effectiveness of the hospital paying the cost of personal dose measurement. Also have the incidents reported by the safety committee to management or someone in a position of responsibility at the hospital as an incident that diminishes cost-effectiveness.