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

12VAC5-481-3350. Documents and records required at field stations.

Each licensee shall maintain the following documents and records for the specific devices and sources used at the field station:

1. Appropriate license, certificate of registration, or equivalent document(s);

2. Operating and emergency procedures;

3. Copy of Part IV (12VAC5-481-600 et seq.), Part X (12VAC5-481-2250 et seq.) and this part;

4. Records of the latest survey instrument calibrations pursuant to 12VAC5-481-3200;

5. Records of the latest leak test results pursuant to 12VAC5-481-3210;

6. Records of physical inventories required pursuant to 12VAC5-481-3220;

7. Utilization records required pursuant to 12VAC5-481-3230;

8. Records of inspection and maintenance required pursuant to 12VAC5-481-3260;

9. Survey records required pursuant to 12VAC5-481-3340; and

10. Training records required pursuant to 12VAC5-481-3270.

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.

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