Fla. Admin. Code Ann. R. 64E-5.303 - Radiation Protection Programs
(1) Each licensee or registrant shall develop, document, and implement a radiation protection program sufficient to ensure compliance with the provisions of this part. See Rule 64E-5.335, F.A.C., for recordkeeping requirements relating to these programs.
(2) The licensee or registrant shall use to the extent practical procedures and engineering controls based upon sound radiation protection principles to achieve occupational doses and public doses that are as low as reasonably achievable.
(3) The licensee or registrant shall, at intervals not to exceed 12 months, review the radiation protection program content and implementation.
(4) Dental and podiatry registrants are exempt from (1) and (3), above.
(5) To implement the ALARA requirements of subsection 64E-5.303(2), F.A.C., and notwithstanding the requirements of Rule 64E-5.312, F.A.C., of this part, licensees shall establish constraints on air emissions of radioactive material, excluding radon 222 and its daughters, to the environment so that individual members of the public who are likely to receive the highest doses are not expected to receive a total effective dose equivalent in excess of 10 millirems (0.10 mSv) per year from these emissions. If a licensee subject to this requirement exceeds this dose constraint, the licensee shall report the occurrence as specified in Rule 64E-5.345, F.A.C., and promptly take corrective action to ensure against recurrence.
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