Current through Register Vol. 54, No. 7, April 4, 2022
During each radiographic operation the radiographer or radiographer's assistant
shall maintain a direct surveillance of the operation to protect against
unauthorized entry into a high radiation area, except as follows:
1. Where the high radiation area is equipped
with a control device which shall either cause the level of radiation to be
reduced below that at which an individual might receive a dose of 100 millirems
in one hour upon entry into the area, or shall energize a conspicuous visible
and audible alarm signal in such a manner that the individual entering and the
owner or the supervisor of the activity are made aware of the entry;
2. Where the high radiation area
is locked to protect against unauthorized or accidental entry.
Notwithstanding any provisions
in N.J.A.C. 7:28-10.8
, areas in which
radiography is being performed shall be conspicuously posted as required by
No radiographic operation shall be
conducted unless calibrated and operable ionizing radiation-survey
instrumentation as described in
available and used at each site where radiographic exposures are
In addition to the
requirements of N.J.A.C. 7:28-7, no radiographic operation shall be conducted
unless the owner ensures that radiation surveys are made and recorded as
1. Physical radiation surveys shall
be made as necessary during radiographic exposures to determine compliance with
4. Clear and legible records shall be kept of
the surveys that are required by (d)1 above and maintained for inspection by
N.J. Admin. Code §
Amended by R.1985 d.502,
See: 17 N.J.R. 1626(a), 17 N.J.R.
Recodified from 17.5 with substantive changes.
Amended by R.2004 d.44, effective 1/20/2004.
See: 35 N.J.R. 2008(a), 36 N.J.R. 445(a).
Inserted new (d).
Amended by R.2008 d.281, effective 9/15/2008 (operative
September 30, 2009).
See: 40 N.J.R. 2309(a), 40 N.J.R. 5196(b), 41
Reserved (d)2 and (d)3; and in (d)4, deleted "and
3" following "(d)1".