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Radiation Safety Manual

Part 100 Introduction

  • .10 Introduction
  • .20 Applicability
  • .30 Reference to Federal Regulations
  • .40 Reference to State Regulations
  • .50 Radiation Safety Committee
  • .60 Revocation of Approval
  • .70 Threat to Health, Property or the Environment

Part 150 Organizational Structure

  • .10 Introduction
  • .20 The Radiation Safety Committee
  • .30 The Radiation Safety Committee Chairperson
  • .40 The Radiation Safety Officer

Part 200 ALARA

  • .10 Introduction
  • .20 Complying with ALARA

Part 300 Obtaining Authorization To Use Radioactive Materials

  • .10 Introduction
  • .20 Format for Application To Use Radioactive Materials
  • .30 Departmental and College Responsibilities
  • .40 Submittal of Application
  • .50 Radiation Safety Committee Responsibilities
  • .60 Changes in Authorized Use
  • .70 Renewal of an Authorization

  • Form RSM-1M Radioactive Materials Authorization Form

Part 305 Classification of Restricted Versus Unrestricted Areas and Uses

  • .10 Introduction
  • .20 Restricted Area or Use Requirements
  • .30 Unrestricted Area or Use Requirements
  • .40 Release of Items or Equipment for Unrestricted Use
  • .50 Termination Surveys

Part 310 Acquisition of Radioactive Materials

  • .10 Introduction
  • .20 Ordering Radioactive Materials
  • .30 Receipt of Radioactive Materials
  • .40 Neutron Activation
  • .50 Facilities Located Outside of Moscow
  • .60 Transfer of Radioactive Materials
  • .70 Surplus or Donated Radioactive Materials
  • .80 Uranium- and Thorium-Containing Materials
  • .90 Exempt Radioactive Materials

  • Form RSM-2M Permit To Purchase Radioactive Materials Form

Part 320 Radioactive Materials Inventory

  • .10 Introduction
  • .20 Radioactive Materials Use Log
  • .30 Sealed Sources

Part 330 Radioactive Materials Contamination Surveys

  • .10 Introduction
  • .20 Frequency of Surveys
  • .30 Contamination Survey Methods
  • .40 Requirements for Decontamination
  • .50 Personal Surveying
  • .60 Decontamination Guidelines

    Form RSM-3 Contamination Survey Form

Part 340 Radioactive Waste Disposal Procedures

  • .10 Introduction
  • .20 Solid Radioactive Waste Disposal
  • .30 Liquid Radioactive Waste Disposal
  • .40 Gaseous Radioactive Waste Disposal
  • .50 Biological Radioactive Waste Disposal
  • .60 Disposal of Waste at Facilities Located Outside of Moscow

  • Form RSM-4 Radioactive Waste Disposal Form

Part 400 Obtaining Authorization To Use Radiation-Producing Equipment

  • .10 Introduction
  • .20 Format for Application To Use Radiation-Producing Equipment
  • .30 Departmental and College Responsibilities
  • .40 Submittal of Application
  • .50 Radiation Safety Committee Responsibilities
  • .60 Changes in Authorized Use
  • .70 Renewal of an Authorization

  • Form RSM-1E Radiation-Producing Equipment Authorization Form

Part 410 Acquisition of Radiation-Producing Equipment

  • .10 Introduction
  • .20 Ordering Radiation-Producing Equipment
  • .30 Transfer of Radiation-Producing Equipment
  • .40 Surplus or Donated Radiation-Producing Equipment
  • .50 Exempt Radiation-Producing Equipment

  • Form RSM-2E Permit To Purchase Radiation-Producing Equipment Form

Part 420 Radiation-Producing Equipment Operating Procedures

  • .10 Introduction
  • .20 Radiation-Producing Equipment Operation Instructions
  • .30 Radiation-Producing Equipment Use Log
  • .40 Frequency of Surveys
  • .50 Leakage
  • .60 Radiation-Producing Equipment Inspection, Servicing and Maintenance

Part 500 Personnel Monitoring

  • .10 Introduction
  • .20 Determining If Personnel Monitoring Is Required
  • .30 Obtaining Personal Dosimeters
  • .40 Use of Dosimeters
  • .50 Use of Other Monitoring Devices
  • .60 Allowable Occupational Radiation Doses
  • .70 Dosimetry Reports
  • .80 Bioassay Requirements

Part 600 Training and User Categories

  • .10 Introduction
  • .20 Training Requirements
  • .30 Definitions of Users

Part 610 Authorized User Responsibilities

  • .10 Introduction
  • .20 Responsibilities

Part 620 Individual User Responsibilities

  • .10 Introduction
  • .20 Responsibilities

Part 700 Signs and Notice Requirements

  • .10 Introduction
  • .20 Required Notices
  • .30 Required Signs
  • .40 Required Labeling
  • .50 Radiation Areas
  • .60 Electron Capture Detectors

Part 750 Transportation of Radioactive Materials

  • .10 Introduction
  • .20 Transfer of Radioactive Materials
  • .30 Training

Part 800 Reporting Radiation Incidents

  • .10 Introduction
  • .20 Reporting of Accidents or Incidents
  • .30 Reporting Defects or Failure of Equipment

Part 850 Violations

  • .10 Introduction
  • .20 Categories of Violations
  • .30 Penalties
  • .40 Response to a Violation
  • .50 Repeat or Multiple Violations
  • .60 Appeal of a Violation or Penalty

Part 900 Individual Isotope Information

  • .10 Tritium
  • .20 Carbon-14
  • .30 Phosphorus-32
  • .40 Phosphorus-33
  • .50 Sulfur-35
  • .60 Calcium-45
  • .70 Chromium-51
  • .80 Cadmium-109
  • .90 Iodine-125
  • .91 Uranium-238
  • .99 Other Isotopes

Contact Us

Mailing Address:
875 Perimeter Dr
MS 2030 
Moscow, ID
83844-2030

Phone: 208-885-6524

Fax: 208-885-5969

Email: safety@uidaho.edu

Map