or requesting radiation permit applications
To add personnel to your internal radioisotope permit please complete
the form below and fax to 789-3906.
registration and consent form
is committed to complying with the Nuclear Safety and Control Act and
all legislation with respect to the procurement, use, storage, transfer
and disposal of all radioactive materials and other sources of ionizing
radiation in all areas under the control of the University. The Radiation
Safety Program has been developed and shall be maintained to ensure the
required level of control without unduly hampering research.
Radiation Safety Committee The University has established and shall
maintain a Radiation Safety Committee comprising members of the University
community and stakeholders knowledgeable in the safe use of radioactive
materials and other sources of ionizing radiation.
Radiation Safety Officer/Coordinator The Environmental Health and
Safety Office is responsible for the provision of the function of the
Radiation Safety Officer. The Radiation Safety Officer administers the
Radiation Safety Program, acting in consultation with the Radiation Safety
Committee. The Radiation Safety Officer shall be responsible to the Director
of Environmental Health and Safety for administering the Radiation Safety
Program, providing advice, guidance, technical support and ensuring that
internal Permit Holders and Designated Workers are aware of their responsibilities
to comply with the Radiation Safety Policy and Procedures.
Radioisotope Permit The Radiation Safety Committee issues an Internal
Permit to control all procurement, use, storage, transfer and disposal
of all radioactive materials and sources of ionizing radiation in all
areas under the control of the University.
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- Eva Sailerova,
Assistant Radiation Safety Coordinator, T248 old Basic Science Building,