Philippine Dose Registry of Occupationally Exposed Workers.


Provides a registry of occupationally exposed workers in the country, their affiliated facilities and their exposure records.


Generates worker's Occupational Exposure History (OEH), facility's Annual Dose Summary (ADS), and more!


Report levels of radiation exposures of workers as part of the country’s commitment to the United Nations Scientific Committee on the Effects of Atomic Radiation (UNSCEAR).


Identifies and notifies incidents of exposures that are above the regulatory limits

Occupational Exposure Profiles

Provides dose exposure profiles in just a click away

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The Philippine Dose Registry of Occupationally Exposed Workers (PhilDose) is a web-based information system that contains radiation dose records of occupationally-exposed workers in the Philippines."

The Philippine Nuclear Research Institute (PNRI), one of the research institutes under the Department of Science and Technology (DOST), is the agency mandated by the government to promote and regulate the safe and peaceful applications of nuclear science and technology in the Philippines. Its core functions are to conduct research and development on the use of radiation and nuclear technologies, operate and maintain nuclear research reactors, license and regulate activities that involve the use of radioactive materials, and provide nuclear services.

Radiation protection services are among the services provided by PNRI through the Radiation Protection Services Section (RPSS). The services provided are for users of ionizing radiation to monitor, assess and control exposures of the workers and ensure the safety of the members of the public. Among these is personnel monitoring services that aims to monitor the radiation exposure received by a worker in the workplace and assess whether it is within safe limits.

WHAT IS PhilDose?

In the Philippines, occupational exposure to ionizing radiation is monitored as required by national regulations. Aside from PNRI-RPSS, there are also private service providers of personnel dosimetry service. However, there is no centralized repository of dose records of all monitored workers. There is also no tracking of cumulative doses especially to those who worked at different facilities or workers from facilities who availed personnel monitoring services from various providers. The Philippine Dose Registry, thus, aims to establish a centralized databank of radiation dose exposure history of all radiation workers in the country.

The Philippine Dose Registry (PhilDose) is a web-based information system that contains radiation dose records of occupationally-exposed workers in the Philippines. The registry can store doses received from Gamma, Beta and Neutron radiation. The PhilDose, is the first Dose Registry for occupational radiation exposure in the Philippines. It is currently maintained and updated by the RPSS of PNRI.

The purpose of the Philippine Dose Registry is to assess exposure of workers to external sources of radiation. Currently, OSLDs (Optically Stimulated Luminescence Dosimeters) and TLD (Thermoluminescent Dosimeters) are used as personnel monitoring devices in the country. Personal doses are reported in terms of personal dose equivalent: Hp(10) for the whole body dose, and Hp(0.07) for skin dose. They are presented in units of milli-Sievert (mSv) which is characterized by the amount of biological damage a radiation does to the tissue. The current dose limits as per national regulations are as follows:
(a) An effective dose of 20 mSv per year averaged over five consecutive years;
(b) An effective dose of 50 mSv in any single year;
(c) An equivalent dose to the lens of the eye of 150 mSv in a year; and
(d) An equivalent dose to the extremities (hands and feet) or the skin of 500 mSv in a year.

As numbers of monitored personnel is increasing over the years, having the PhilDose will allow better monitoring and assessment of occupational exposure profiles in the Philippines. The Registry is a means to track exposure history of workers in the country to monitor and assess their exposure profiles. It will result to an improved evaluation of risks associated with exposure to ionizing radiation. The implementation of the registry is vital in establishing more opportunities that will help strengthen the radiation protection infrastructure of the country.

Service Providers

Radiation Monitoring service providers

*The Phildose currently contains data from PNRI-RPSS only*


Frequently Asked Questions.

Q. Who can access the Philippine Dose Registry?

A: People who has the access to the system and their functions are as follows:

RPSS develops and manages the settings of accounts and updates and maintains the data in the registry. The Section is responsible in 1) uploading of data from the evaluated dosimeters; 2) printing of reports such as the annual dose summary of a facility and occupational dose history of an individual and; 3) notifies the regulatory body on incidents of overexposure; 4) checks and validates data to be uploaded; 5) limit the number of guests by enabling/disabling them to access the system; 6) reset password of users; 7) sends notification to service providers on their submission of dose reports. Regulatory bodies (Center for Device Regulation, Radiation, Health and Research & Philippine Nuclear Research Institute) The Regulatory can only log in, log out and view the content of the registry. They can see the list of facilities and workers, their profiles and exposure histories and summaries, and the list of overexposure, however, they cannot upload information and notify other regulatory bodies on overexposure incidents.

Q. Why is the public not permitted to have an account of their own?

A: For data privacy reasons, workers and facilities are not given an account of their own to access the content of the system, however, they can view the Homepage of the website to see the overview of the system, its functions. It is a way of protecting the system and also the data of the people.

Workers, employers/ companies, and facilities are not given an account to access system for security purposes but they can request for dose exposure history or annual dose summary.

Q. How will a personnel or facility access their exposure history?

A: Personnel and facilities can request for a copy of their exposure history through the website of the Registry or apply personally at PNRI Radiation Protection Services Section.

Q. How will overexposed personnel be notified?

A: The system automatically generates a list of overexposed personnel from the oldest record up to the latest. There is a “Notify” button that can be clicked to send notification (in the form of an email) to the regulatory body. The regulatory body is the one responsible in coordinating with the personnel and facilities.

Q. How can the public ensure that the data in the Philippine Dose Registry is secured?

A: PNRI has provided methods to protect its data through physical and software means. The physical server used in the system is housed in PNRI premises supervised by security personnel and surrounded by CCTV cameras. The NDR has security features of different levels that enable the user, staff, and system administrator to verify if an account is being accessed illegally so that appropriate actions can be performed right away. The system also has an automatic log out feature wherein the account will be logged out automatically after a period of inactivity. All parties involved in this registry are accountable to the privacy of data as stated in the memorandum of undertaking and confidentiality agreement that any misuse of such information may be subjected to legal/administrative actions.

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