Swedish Radiation Safety Authority

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The Swedish Radiation Safety Authority (Swedish: Strålsäkerhetsmyndigheten) is the Swedish government authority responsible for radiation protection. It sorts under the Ministry of the Environment.

It was created on 1 July 2008 with the merging of the Swedish Nuclear Power Inspectorate and the Swedish Radiation Protection Authority. It employs 300 people and is located in Stockholm, with an annual budget of about 400 millions Swedish krona.

Its Director-General is Mats Persson.

External links[edit]

Official Website in English