Antony has extensive experience in the assessment of a range of radiological impact situations which includes research, input to policy and guidance development as well as involvement in national and international committees or working groups. This work includes the development of nuclear emergency scenarios which consider the short and long term impacts for health, protective actions and recovery. He has experience of responding to emergencies as a team member and leader developed during emergency exercises and response to real incidents such as the contamination of polonium-210 in London during 2006 and the UK response to the Japanese nuclear emergency following the earthquake and tsunami in 2011. He is UKHSA's Assessor to the UK Committee on the Medical Aspects of Radiation in the Environment (COMARE), a member of the UK delegation to UNSCEAR sessions and NEA CRPPH. Antony is a member of the management board and head of the R&D committee of NERIS - a European platform for radiation emergency preparedness and response.