Oregon
Rule Rule 333-106-0060
General Requirements: Radiation Use and Safety Instructor Qualifications


The training required in OAR 333-106-0055(1) must be taught by an Authority approved instructor. Approval will be based upon the following criteria.

(1)

A medical use and safety instructor is an individual who is currently:

(a)

Licensed as a Radiologic Technologist and approved as an education provider by the Oregon Board of Medical Imaging; or

(b)

A dental radiation use and safety instructor is an individual who is currently licensed by the Oregon Board of Dentistry as a Dentist, a Hygienist, or has been approved by the Oregon Board of Dentistry as a radiation use and safety instructor.

(2)

A veterinarian radiation use and safety instructor is an individual who is currently:

(a)

Licensed by the Oregon Veterinary Medical Examining board as a Veterinarian, or a Veterinary Technician; or

(b)

Is currently licensed as a Radiologic Technologist by the Oregon Board of Medical Imaging, and has completed training specific to veterinarian radiography, including training in animal restraint, and has a minimum of two years of experience in taking veterinary radiographs.

(3)

On a case by case basis, if an evaluation by the Authority reveals the individual has alternative qualifications that are substantially equivalent to the qualifications listed in subsections (1)(a), (1)(b), (2)(a) or (2)(b) of this rule or is an individual who is qualified under OAR 333-106-0005(80) as a qualified expert, or OAR 333-101-0230 as a Hospital Radiology Inspector.
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Jun. 1, 2020