Chapter 246-221 - Radiation protection standards

  1. § 246-221-001 - Purpose and scope
  2. § 246-221-005 - Radiation protection programs
  3. § 246-221-010 - Occupational dose limits for adults
  4. § 246-221-015 - Compliance with requirements for summation of external and internal doses
  5. § 246-221-020 - Determination of prior occupational dose
  6. § 246-221-030 - Requirements for planned special exposures
  7. § 246-221-040 - Determination of internal exposure of individuals to concentrations of radioactive materials in restricted areas
  8. § 246-221-050 - Occupational dose limits for minors
  9. § 246-221-055 - Dose equivalent to an embryo/ fetus
  10. § 246-221-060 - Dose limits for individual members of the public
  11. § 246-221-070 - Compliance with dose limits for individual members of the public
  12. § 246-221-080 - Leak tests
  13. § 246-221-090 - Personnel monitoring for external dose
  14. § 246-221-100 - Personnel monitoring for internal dose
  15. § 246-221-102 - Control of access to high radiation areas
  16. § 246-221-104 - Control of access to very high radiation areas
  17. § 246-221-106 - Control of access to very high radiation areas - Irradiators
  18. § 246-221-110 - Surveys
  19. § 246-221-113 - Use of process, engineering or other controls
  20. § 246-221-117 - Use of individual respiratory protection equipment
  21. § 246-221-120 - Caution signs, and labels
  22. § 246-221-130 - Exceptions from posting and labeling requirements
  23. § 246-221-140 - Instruction of personnel
  24. § 246-221-150 - Security and control of radioactive material and radiation machines
  25. § 246-221-160 - Procedures for picking up, receiving, and opening packages
  26. § 246-221-170 - Waste disposal, general requirement
  27. § 246-221-180 - Method of obtaining approval of proposed disposal procedures
  28. § 246-221-190 - Disposal by release into sanitary sewerage systems
  29. § 246-221-200 - Disposal by burial in soil
  30. § 246-221-210 - Disposal by incineration
  31. § 246-221-220 - Disposal of specific wastes
  32. § 246-221-230 - Records important to radiation safety
  33. § 246-221-235 - Reports of transactions involving nationally tracked sources
  34. § 246-221-236 - Nationally tracked source thresholds
  35. § 246-221-240 - Reports of stolen, lost or missing radiation sources
  36. § 246-221-250 - Notification of incidents
  37. § 246-221-260 - Reports of overexposures and excessive levels and concentrations
  38. § 246-221-265 - Special reportsto the department - Planned special exposures and leaking sources
  39. § 246-221-270 - Vacating premises and release of equipment
  40. § 246-221-275 - Notification of changes in a facility
  41. § 246-221-280 - Notifications and reports to individuals
  42. § 246-221-285 - Assigned protection factors for respiratorsa
  43. § 246-221-290 - Appendix A - Annual limits on intake (ALI) and derived air concentrations (DAC) of radionuclides for occupational exposure; effluent concentrations; concentrations for release to sanitary sewerage
  44. § 246-221-300 - Appendix B - Minimum quantities of radioactive material requiring labeling

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