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Indian Society of Critical Care Medicine

Aims & Objectives

Critical Care Medicine (CCM) is an evolving specialty overlapping multiple primary specialties. Recognizing the increasing need to consolidate the field and to promote awareness, continuing education and research in this field, the Indian Society of Critical Care Medicine (ISCCM) was Formed on 9th October 1993.

  • To promote academic and scientific activity in the field of CCM
  • To encourage research in the field of critical care medicine.
  • To organise continuing medical education and training programmes, meetings and conferences in CCM.
  • To establish guidelines for the running and staffing of ICU'S.
  • To publish scientific papers, journals, monographs and text books aimed at upgrading knowledge and skill
  • To seek affiliation with national and international associations and societies or similar bodies to achieve 
  •  the objectives of the society.
  • To generate funds to carry out the objectives of the Society.
  • To take such action as shall be considered with furthering the aims and objectives of the Society.

Indian Society of Critical Care Medicine
Unit 6, First Floor,
Hind Service Industries Premises Co.operative Society,
Near Chaitya Bhoomi,
Off Veer Savarkar Marg, 
Mumbai – 400028
Telephone No. 022-24444737 / 022-24460348 
Fax No. 022-24460348 
Email :- isccm1@gmail.com

Mr. Vimal Merchant,
Executive Manager - ISCCM
Email :- manager@isccm.org
Mobile no :- 09819402435

Office Timings
Monday to Friday 
10 am to 6 pm
10 am to 2 pm

TLD Badges

BARC - Baba Atomic Research Centre,


THERMOLUMINESCENT DOSIMETER (TLD) BADGE A TLD badge based on CaSO4: Dy Teflon discs has been designed and is in  regular Personnel Monitoring use since 1975. The TLD badge has shown   satisfactory performance for monitoring beta and gamma doses of radiation workers. At present about 40,000 radiation workers are covered with TLD monitoring service in our nuclear industry, medical and industrial institutions as well as research institutions. 

The complete Personnel Monitoring TLD badge consists of a TLD card and a plastic cassette for holding the TLD card. The badge is affixed to the clothing of a person with the help of a crocodile clip attached to the badge.

Its application areas are :

  • Measurement  of output from Co-60 units and accelerators used in medicine and industry.
  • Measurement of output from other kilocurie irradiation sources.
  • Area  survey  of  medical  (diagnostic  and  therapeutic) and industrial radiographic installations.
  • Measurement of stray and leakage radiation around X-ray tubes and source containers.
  • Monitoring of high levels of contamination from beta sources.
  • Medical radiographic exposure measurement and population exposure survey studies.
  • Estimation  of activities of various radionuclides used in brachytherapy and nuclear medicine.
  • To  measure  dose  rates  in  rectum  and  bladder of patient undergoing treatment with Cobalt on  Cesium  implants  for  carcinoma  of  uterine  cervix.
  • Personnel Monitoring.

For details contact : 


    TROMBAY, MUMBAI - 400 085

    Fax : 091-022-25505151 

    Email : headttcd@barc.gov.in


Atomic Energy Regulatory Board

The Mission of the AERB is to ensure the use of ionising radiation and nuclear energy in India does not cause undue risk to the health of people and the environment.

Atomic Energy Regulatory Board was constituted on November 15, 1983 by the President of India by exercising the powers conferred by the Atomic Energy Act to carry out certain regulatory and safety functions under the Act.

Functions of AERB


  • Develop safety policies in nuclear, radiation and industrial safety areas.
  • Develop Safety Codes, Guides and Standards for siting, design, construction, commissioning, operation and decommissioning of different types of nuclear and radiation facilities.
  • Grant consents for siting, construction, commissioning, operation and decommissioning, after an appropriate safety review and assessment, for establishment of nuclear and radiation facilities.
  • Ensure compliance of the regulatory requirements prescribed by AERB during all stages of consenting through a system of review and assessment, regulatory inspection and enforcement.
  • Prescribe the acceptance limits of radiation exposure to occupational workers and members of the public and approve acceptable limits of environmental releases of radioactive substances.
  • Review of the emergency preparedness plans for nuclear and radiation facilities.
  • Safety reviews for transport of large radioactive sources, irradiated fuel and fissile material.
  • Review of the training program, qualifications and licensing policies for personnel of nuclear and radiation facilities and prescribe the syllabi for training of personnel in safety aspects at all levels.
  • Take such steps as necessary to keep the public informed on major issues of radiological safety significance.
  • Promote research and development efforts in the areas of safety.
  • Maintain liaison with statutory bodies in the country as well as abroad regarding safety matters.


Atomic Energy Regulatory Board                                                                                                                        Niyamak Bhavan,                                                                                                                                    Anushakti Nagar, Mumbai - 400094,India                                                                                                                 Phone: +91-22-25990100, Fax:+91-22-25583230                                                                           Email:webmaster@aerb.gov.in


Association of Healthcare Providers ( India)

Association of Healthcare Providers (India) - AHPI represents the majority of healthcare providers in India. It works as "not for profit" organization and advocates with the government, regulatory bodies and other stake holders on issues, which have bearing on enabling its member organizations to deliver appropriate healthcare services to community at large. The association functions through an empowered secretariat which facilitates the member organizations in improving their systems, processes and outcomes on continuous basis, in line with the vision, mission and objectives of the association.

Contact Details

Ground Floor, Indian Medical Association House,
Indraprastha Marg New Delhi -110002

Phone: +91-11-23379651

email: contact@ahpi.in


Accreditation Canada International


Australian Council on Healthcare Standards


Joint Commission International


National Accreditation Board for Laboratories


National Accreditation Board for Hospitals & Healthcare Providers

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