§ 35.61 Calibration of survey instruments.
(a) A licensee shall calibrate the survey instruments used to show compliance with this part and 10 CFR Part 20 before first use, annually, and following a repair that affects the calibration. A licensee shall--
(1) Calibrate all scales with readings up to 10 mSv (1000 mrem) per hour with a radiation source;
(2) Calibrate two separated readings on each scale or decade that will be used to show compliance; and
(3) Conspicuously note on the instrument the date of calibration.
(b) A licensee may not use survey instruments if the difference between the indicated exposure rate and the calculated exposure rate is more than 20 percent.
(c) A licensee shall retain a record of each survey instrument calibration in accordance with § 35.2061.
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