Nev. Admin. Code § 459.786 - Reporting of certain information

1. Data concerning a person's exposure to radiation and the results of any measurements, analyses and calculations of radioactive material deposited or retained in the body of a person must be reported to him or her, as specified in this section. The information reported must include data and results obtained pursuant to NAC 459.010 to 459.794, inclusive, orders or conditions set forth in the license or registration, as shown in records maintained by the licensee or registrant pursuant to those sections. Each notification and report must:
(a) Be in writing;
(b) Include the name of the registrant or licensee, the name of the person and his or her social security number;
(c) Include the information relating to the person's exposure; and
(d) Contain the following statement:

This report is furnished to you pursuant to NAC 459.780 to 459.794, inclusive, adopted by the State Board of Health. You should preserve this report for further reference.

2. Each licensee and registrant shall advise each of its workers annually of their exposure to radiation or radioactive material as shown in records maintained by the licensee or registrant pursuant to NAC 459.3665. An annual report of the exposure in that monitoring year must be provided to each person monitored pursuant to NAC 459.339 if:
(a) The person's occupational dose exceeds 1 mSv (100 mrem) total effective dose equivalent or 1 mSv (100 mrem) to any individual organ or tissue; or
(b) The person requests his or her annual dose report.
3. At the request of a worker formerly engaged in work controlled by the licensee or the registrant, the licensee or registrant shall furnish to the worker a report of his or her exposure to radiation or radioactive material. The report must be furnished within 30 days after the time the request is made or within 30 days after his or her exposure has been determined, whichever is later. The report must cover, within the period specified in the request, each calendar quarter in which the worker's activities involved exposure to radiation from radioactive material licensed by or radiation machines registered with the Division and must include the dates and locations of work under the license or registration in which the worker participated during this period.
4. When a licensee or registrant is required pursuant to NAC 459.3695, 459.371 or 459.3715 to report to the Division any exposure of a person to radiation or radioactive material, the licensee or registrant shall also provide the person with a report on his or her exposure data. The report to the person must be transmitted to the person before transmittal of the report to the Division.
5. At the request of a worker who is terminating employment with a licensee or registrant in work involving exposure to radiation in a calendar quarter or of a worker who, while employed by another person, is terminating an assignment to work involving exposure to radiation in the licensee's or registrant's facility in a calendar quarter, the licensee or registrant shall provide the worker at the time of the termination a written report specifying the dose of radiation which he or she received from the operations of the licensee or registrant during the calendar quarter or fraction thereof or shall provide him or her a written estimate of that dose if the results of personnel monitoring have not been finally determined and are not available at that time. An estimated dose must be clearly indicated as such.


Nev. Admin. Code § 459.786
Bd. of Health, Radiation Control Reg. §§ 10.4-10.4.5, eff. 2-28-80-NAC A 1-18-94; R185-08, 5-7-2010

NRS 459.070, 459.201

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