Fla. Admin. Code Ann. R. 64E-5.426 - Radiation Survey Instruments
(1) The licensee or registrant shall maintain enough calibrated and operable radiation survey instruments to make physical radiation surveys as required by the rules contained in this part and Chapter 64E-5, Part III, F.A.C. Such instrumentation shall be able to measure a range from 2 millirem (0.02 mSv) per hour through 1 rem (0.01 Sv) per hour.
(2) Radiation survey instruments used to establish dose rates shall be calibrated:
(a) At intervals not to exceed 6 months and after each instrument servicing other than battery replacement;
(b) At energies and geometries appropriate for use;
(c) To demonstrate accuracy within 20% of the true radiation level at each point checked;
(d) For linear scale instruments, at two points located approximately 1/3 and 2/3 of full-scale on each scale; for logarithmic scale instruments, at midrange of each decade and at two points at least one decade apart; and for digital instruments, at three points between 2 millirem (0.02 mSv) per hour and 1 rem (0.01 Sv) per hour; and
(e) By a person licensed by the department, another agreement state, licensing state or the NRC.
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