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Virginia Administrative Code
Title 12. Health
Agency 5. Department of Health
Chapter 481. Virginia Radiation Protection Regulations

12VAC5-481-1030. Records of planned special exposures.

A. For each use of the provisions of 12VAC5-481-690 for planned special exposures, licensees shall maintain records that describe the following:

1. The exceptional circumstances requiring the use of a planned special exposure;

2. The name of the management official who authorized the planned special exposure and a copy of the signed authorization;

3. What actions were necessary;

4. Why the actions were necessary;

5. How doses were maintained ALARA; and

6. What individual and collective doses results were expected and the doses actually received in the planned special exposure.

B. Licensees shall retain the records until the agency terminates each pertinent license requiring these records.

Statutory Authority

§ 32.1-229 of the Code of Virginia.

Historical Notes

Derived from Virginia Register Volume 22, Issue 25, eff. September 20, 2006; amended, Virginia Register Volume 24, Issue 18, eff. June 12, 2008; Volume 32, Issue 24, eff. August 25, 2016.

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