National Dose Registry (NDR): Personal Dose History Summary (PDHS) Request Form

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Please follow the instructions provided when preparing your request in order to ensure accurate completion of each entry and avoid unnecessary delays in processing. The NDR will require up to 10 (ten) working days to evaluate and process any Personal Dose History Summary request.

1 Request for Release of Personal Dose Information

  • Legal Name (as it appears on your Social Insurance Number card)
    • First:
    • Last:
  • Social Insurance Number (SIN)
  • Date of Birth (yyyy/mm/dd)
  • Gender
    • F
    • M
  • Date of Request (yyyy/mm/dd)
  • Telephone number ( )
  • E-mail
  • Applicant's Signature (mandatory)
    • I request my radiation dose history summary from Health Canada, National Dose Registry.

2 Personal Dose History Summary (Pdhs) Return Instructions

For security and confidentiality reasons, the NDR can only release a Personal Dose History Summary by traditional post mail or FAX. Please indicate your preference below. A Dose History Summary contains personal information; please ensure that you are comfortable in receiving your PDHS at the FAX number you provided.

  • FAX: ( )
  • Post Mail Address:

PRIVACY - The personal information you provide is collected under the authority of the Department of Health Act for the purpose of providing personal radiation dose history summary. This collection of personal information is described in Info Source under the Personal Information Bank (PIB) HC PPU 080 - National Dose Registry for Occupational Exposures. Health Canada will be unable to process your request if you fail to complete the required fields in this request form. The Privacy Act gives you the rights of access to, correction of and protection of your personal information.

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