Here at UKHSA we are taking all necessary steps to protect our staff and our customers. While for many of our services it is a case of business as usual, some, inevitably, have been affected and we have had to make some adjustments as to how we deliver those services. Existing customers who may be affected by these changes are being contacted individually to advise them of revised arrangements.

However, please be assured that our experts remain fully accessible via email, telephone and Skype. If you have an enquiry in relation to a specific service you can find the contact details on the dedicated web page. If you are unsure which of our services best suits your needs or you just have a radiation protection query you can email us at - this mailbox is being constantly monitored.

We will be providing updates as the situation changes; in the meantime, we wish all our clients, suppliers and partners well in these unprecedented times

As the UK's primary authority on radiation protection, UK Health Security Agency (UKHSA) represents a significant national resource for industry, education, research and medicine.

A specific function of UKHSA is to carry out research to advance knowledge about protection from the risks of radiation; provide laboratory and technical services; run training courses; provide expert information; and fulfil a significant advisory role to regulators, government, the public and others.