The following parts of 12VAC5-481 (Virginia Radiation Protection Regulations) contain requirements applicable to the use of licensed material at the University of Virginia:

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Part III - Licensing of Radioactive Material
Part IV - Standards for Protection Against Radiation
Part VII - Use of Radionuclides in the Healing Arts
Part X - Notices, Instructions and Reports to Workers
Part XII - Licensing and Radiation Safety Requirements for Irradiators
Part XIII - Transportation of Radioactive Material

Radiation sources other than radioactive material, such as x-ray producing machines and high voltage particle accelerators are also regulated by the Virginia Department of Health. Individuals utilizing these sources of radiation should familiarize themselves with these regulations. The following parts of 12VAC5-481 (Virginia Radiation Protection Regulations) contain requirements applicable to the use of radiation producing equipment at at the University of Virginia:

Table of Contents

Part I – General Provision
Part II – Registration of Radiation Machine Facilities and Services
Part IV - Standards for Protection Against Radiation
Part VI – Use of Diagnostic X-rays in the Healing Arts
Part VIII – Radiation Safety Requirements for Analytical X-ray Equipment
Part IX – Radiation Safety Requirements for Particle Accelerators
Part X - Notices, Instructions and Reports to Workers
Part XV – Therapeutic Radiation Machines

 
 
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