Amend license to conduct regulated activities with regulated materials or regulated items

Description

In accordance with Federal Law by Decree No 6 of 2009, Concerning the Peaceful Uses of Nuclear Energy, a licence is required to carry out activities involving ionising radiation. Any business or governmental organisation including entities operating in free zones, which possess, use, manufacture, handle, store, import or export, transport and dispose of radioactive materials, X-ray generators or other sources of ionising radiation must apply for a FANR licence.

Required Documents

If the licensee wishes to amend or change any information related to ( change in responsible person, RPO, location, inventory list …..etc) . Amedment licence should be applied.
Required Documents


Organisation Type:

Government Entities
 Copy of the relevant legislation establishing the government entity
 Relevant technical information about the regulated material (for more details please consult the FANR Guide: Applying for a Regulated Material Licence )

Private Companies
 Copy of trade licence
 Proof of membership of the applicable Chamber of Commerce and Industry in the UAE
 Passport copy with UAE residence visa for the responsible person and contact person as listed on the licence application form
 Relevant technical information about the regulated material (for more details see the FANR Guide: Applying for a Regulated Material Licence )

Information about Personnel
Responsible Person Valid passport copies and residence visa (the visa holder should be under the facility’s name as mentioned under the ‘Organisation’ tab)
If the Responsible Person is not the owner or the legal partner of the facility, you will need to submit to FANR an official Power of Attorney
Contact Person  Valid passport copies and residence visa (the visa holder should be under the facility’s name as mentioned under the ‘Organisation’ tab)
 If the contact person’s visa is not under the facility’s name, you will need a ‘no objection’ letter from the two parties
Radiation Protection Officer  Valid passport copy and residence visa (the visa holder should be under the facility’s name as mentioned under the ‘Organisation’ tab)
 If the Radiation Protection Officer’s visa is not under the facility’s name, you will need one ‘no objection’ letter from your employer and one ‘no objection’ letter from the organisation to which you will provide the radiation protection services
 A formal designation letter signed by the responsible person and addressed to the Radiation Protection Officer detailing the radiation protection responsibilities and duties
 Recent experience or a CV of the Radiation Protection Officer
A certificate in radiation safety training, or the booking confirmation of upcoming training, or a commitment letter signed by the responsible person to provide the Radiation Protection Officer with radiation safety training within three months of registration in the e-Licensing system

Information about Radiation Sources
Manufacturer’s certificate for any radioactive material, associated equipment, radiation generators and linear accelerator
If the inventory includes a radioactive source, you will need an agreement to return the disused radioactive material to the manufacturer

Technical documentation: Radiation Protection Programme
Relevant technical information about the Radiation Protection Programme compatible with the authorised practice, the regulated activity and regulated material 

Fees Information

Time Frame

The review and processing of your licence application takes approximately one month if all supporting documents are in order. Once approved, you will receive an email notification to collect your licence.

How To Apply

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