Radiological procedure operator

A radiological procedure operator can be: 

  • a doctor responsible for radiological procedure,
  • a radiological engineer,
  • a doctor specialised in other fields on whom the doctor responsible for radiological procedure has transferred the clinical responsibility or a part of it, if he or she is adequately trained for work with such sources and implementation of radiation protection measures and has proof of this. 

In standard diagnostic radiological procedures for which assessment of received

dosages does not need to be provided, in addition to the persons referred to in

the preceding paragraph, a radiological procedure operator can also be a person

who has education of at least a short cycle higher education degree in health

care and who is trained for work with radiation sources and implementation of

radiation protection measures and has proof of this.

A radiological procedure

operator  in dental medicine can be a

doctor of dental medicine or radiological engineer.


Last updated: 04. 08. 2016