ARSAC – Triennial Review

ARSAC – Triennial Review
During Autumn 2014 the Department of Health (DH) is undertaking a triennial review of the Administration of Radioactive Substances Advisory Committee (ARSAC). This forms part of a wider programme of reviews taking place of all the Department’s Arm’s Length Bodies in support of the Department’s stewardship function in the new health and social care system, and will support the government wide agenda on reform of public bodies.

An important part of the review process is the gathering of evidence from ARSAC's key stakeholders through a Call for Evidence seeking views on:
1. The continuing need for ARSAC in terms of the functions it performs and how these are delivered
2. ARSAC's performance and opportunities for efficiencies
This is an open call for evidence, and DH is interested in receiving responses from all interested parties.

The Call for Evidence will be published in mid-November on the public consultations section of<>:

If you are have questions which are not answers on in the call for evidence documentation please contact the lead reviewer, Adam McMordie, at the Department of Health at.<>”