10 CFR 35.2643 - Records of periodic spot-checks for remote afterloader units.

§ 35.2643 Records of periodic spot-checks for remote afterloader units.
(a) A licensee shall retain a record of each spot-check for remote afterloader units required by § 35.643 for 3 years.
(b) The record must include, as applicable—
(1) The date of the spot-check;
(2) The manufacturer's name, model number, and serial number for the remote afterloader unit and source;
(3) An assessment of timer accuracy;
(4) Notations indicating the operability of each entrance door electrical interlock, radiation monitors, source exposure indicator lights, viewing and intercom systems, and clock and decayed source activity in the unit's computer; and
(5) The name of the individual who performed the periodic spot-check and the signature of the authorized medical physicist who reviewed the record of the spot-check.
(c) A licensee shall retain a copy of the procedures required by § 35.643(b) until the licensee no longer possesses the remote afterloader unit.

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  • 2014-07-21; vol. 79 # 139 - Monday, July 21, 2014
    1. 79 FR 42224 - Medical Use of Byproduct Material—Medical Event Definitions and Training and Experience
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