Oregon Oregon Health Authority, Public Health Division

Rule Rule 333-105-0760
Notifications: Specific Requirements for Radiographic Personnel Performing Industrial Radiography


(1)

At a job site, the following must be supplied by the licensee:

(a)

At least one operable, calibrated survey instrument for each exposure device or radiation machine in use;

(b)

A current whole body personnel monitor (TLD or film badge) for each person performing radiographic operations;

(c)

An operable, calibrated pocket dosimeter with a range of zero to 200 milliroentgens for each person performing radiographic operations;

(d)

An operable, calibrated, alarming ratemeter for each person performing radiographic operations using a radiographic exposure device; and

(e)

The appropriate barrier ropes and signs.

(2)

Each radiographer at a job site must have on their person a valid certification ID card issued by a certifying entity.

(3)

Industrial radiographic operations must not be performed if any of the items in section (1) and (2) of this rule are not available at the job site or are inoperable.

(4)

During an inspection, the Authority may terminate an operation if any of the items in section (1) and (2) of this rule are not available or operable, or if the required number of radiographic personnel are not present. Operations must not be resumed until all required conditions are met.
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