Chapter V Supplementary Provisions
Third Party Service
The Competent Authority may delegate to relevant organizations, schools or groups the tasks to be administered by the Competent Authority in the Act, such as accreditation, training, inspection, measurement, or monitoring.
The specifications, as well as implementation procedures, of the accreditation, training, inspection, measurement, or monitoring in the preceding paragraph, shall be laid down by the Competent Authority in consultation with relevant agencies.
The Competent Authority may collect fees for review, inspection, certificates and licenses when it enforces regulations, processes various applications, and issues certificates and permits. The amount is to be determined by the Competent Authority.
When a radiation source poses no radiation safety hazard, it is exempted from this Act.
The criteria for the exemption in Paragraph 53.1 are to be specified by the Competent Authority.
For radioactive material and equipment capable of producing ionizing radiation in the possession of a military agency, their radiatio
A grace period may be granted in situations involving:
(1) previously existing production of radioactive material or manufacturing of equipment capable of producing ionizing radiation,
(2) previously established facilities and workplaces associated with such production or manufacturing, and
(3) previously approved practice and previously issued licenses or certificates.
Violations shall be rectified and applications for new documents shall be made within a period of two (2) years after this Act takes effect.
However, a grace period of one (1) year may be granted with the consent of the Competent Authority.
Enforcement rules of the Act shall be laid down by the Competent Authority.
The date when this Act enters into force is to be determined by the Executive Yuan.