In Morocco, radiation protection is governed by Law No. 142-12 relating to nuclear and radiological safety and security and the creation of the Moroccan nuclear and radiological safety and security agency.
In the workplace, exposure to ionizing radiation could lead to deterministic and stochastic pathological effects. The traceability of professional history therefore seems necessary, to optimize the professional and post-professional monitoring of workers.
It involves the convergence of various regulatory tools, which are the responsibility of the employer, the occupational physician, the national center for radiation protection (CNRP), and the Moroccan Agency for Nuclear and Radiological Safety and Security.
The traceability of occupational exposure to ionizing radiation requires the involvement of various prevention actors in the company. There can be no reliable traceability without real motivation, a real understanding of the issues, a commitment from managers in the company (head of the establishment, health and safety committee, workers) and outside the company (labor inspector, CNRP, etc.).
The objective of this work to summarize the roles of prevention actors in radiation protection in terms the traceability of the risk of occupational exposure to ionizing radiation in Morocco