2005 年 40 巻 3 号 p. 257-266
The International Commission on Radiological Protection is composed of a main commission and four standing committees: Committee 1 on Radiation Effects, Committee 2 on Doses from Exposure, Committee 3 on Protection in Medicine and Committee 4 on the Application of the Commission's Recommendations. Committee 2 used to be responsible for Derived Limits, but is currently responsible for Doses. From 1993 to present, Committee 2 has discussed a wide range of subjects including age-dependent doses for members of the public, dose coefficients for embryos and fetuses, doses for newborns from radionuclides resulting from ingesting mother's milk, basic anatomical and physiological data for use in radiological protection—reference values, human alimentary tract models for radiological protection, and dosimetric quantities used in radiological protection. Some of the subjects have been already published as ICRP reports.