Fla. Admin. Code Ann. R. 64E-5.1427 - Reports and Notifications

(1) In addition to the other reporting requirements in these rules, each licensee shall notify the department as soon as possible but not later than 4 hours after the discovery of the following events:
(a) Threats of violence or acts of terrorism against the operation of this facility;
(b) Fire or explosion in the radiation room;
(c) Detection of radiation by the product portal monitors;
(d) Detection of any radioactive contamination;
(e) Sources stuck in an unshielded position;
(f) Damage to source racks;
(g) Failure of the cable or drive mechanism used to move the source racks;
(h) Inoperability of the access control system;
(i) Structural damage to the pool liner or walls;
(j) Abnormal water loss or leakage from the source storage pool; or
(k) Pool water conductivity exceeding 100 microsiemens per centimeter.
(2) The licensee must submit a written report within 30 days for any reports required by paragraph (1) above. The report must describe the event, what caused the event to the extent known, and corrective actions to prevent recurrence taken up to the time the report is made.
(3) The licensee shall notify individuals of their exposure to radiation or radioactive materials as required by Rule 64E-5.903, F.A.C.
(4) The licensee shall notify the department at least 14 days before a source loading or unloading.

Notes

Fla. Admin. Code Ann. R. 64E-5.1427
Rulemaking Authority 404.051(4) FS. Law Implemented 404.051(1), (5), (6), 404.061, 404.081, 404.141 FS.
New 8-14-96, Formerly 10D-91.1527.

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