This episode is part 4 of a series where you will hear Theodora Scarato, executive director of the Environmental Health Trust, interview retired radiation health physicist Victor Leach.

Victor Leach has worked as a radiation health physicist and atmospheric scientist for the past 40 years. Soon afterwards, he was one of the founding members of Oceania Radiofrequency Scientific Advisory Association Inc. (ORSAA) in 2015 to present a balanced view when setting EMF standards. He has been a founding member of Australasian Radiation Protection Society (ARPS) since its inauguration in 1975, where he has been a past treasurer and is currently on the organising committee for conferences in Melbourne, Sydney, Brisbane, Cairns and Darwin. Vic has been involved in many occupational and environmental aspects of mining and non-mining projects at both the planning and operational stage. He has published in refereed scientific and engineering journals on subjects of dust and radioactivity exposure and the inhalation effects on health of workers and members of the public. He was University Radiation Advisor (RPA) at both the Queensland University of Technology (QUT) and the University of Queensland (UQ).

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