Where can I obtain a copy of the EPA's Protective Action Guides Manual?
The EPA no longer distributes hard copies of the PAGs, but electronic versions are hosted on the EPA’s website.
To download a copy of the 2017 PAG Manual, visit the PAG Manuals and Resources webpage.
- How do officials know when it is time to carry out protective actions?
- How do the PAGs inform safety measures during and after a radiological emergency?
- How does the drinking water PAG work with EPA’s existing Safe Drinking Water Act regulations?
- How is the new PAG Manual being implemented in the FEMA Radiological Emergency Preparedness (REP) Program?
- What are Protective Action Guides (PAGs) and why are they important?
- What are the critical changes between the 1992 and 2017 version of the PAG Manual?
- What is a drinking water PAG?
- When do states need to implement the 2017 PAG Manual?
- Where can I find trainings on using the 2017 PAG Manual?
- Why is there a need for a drinking water PAG when the EPA already has regulations for radionuclides in drinking water?