United States Nuclear Regulatory Commission - Protecting People and the Environment

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Volume 1

1.1 Where is the Radioactive Source?

2.1 U.S. Map

8.1 RSO Responsibilities

8.2 Material Receipt and Accountability

8.3 Annual Dose Limits for Radiation Workers

8.4 Storing Gauges

8.5 Proper Handling

8.6 Security

8.7 Maintenance

8.8 Transportation

Volume 2

2.1 U.S. Map

8.1 Responsibilities

8.2 Example Diagram of a Permanent Radiographic Installation

8.3 Material Receipt and Accountability

8.4 Dose Limits

8.5 Storing Devices

8.6 Posting

8.7 Surveillance and Posting at a Temporary Job Site with Multiple Floors and Access Points

8.8 Security

8.9 The Well-Dressed Radiographer

8.10 Transportation

8.11 Emergency Procedures

L.1 Diagram of Office and Device Storage Area

United States Nuclear Regulatory Commission Form 313

Form 374 Sample Materials License(1 of 4)

Form 374 Sample Materials License(2 of 4)

Form 374 Sample Materials License(3 of 4)

Form 374 Sample Materials License(4 of 4)

Marking Packages

Dot Shipping Papers

Labeling Packages

Placarding Vehicles

Minimum Required Packing for Class 7 (Radioactive) Materials

Package and Vehicle Contamination Limits

Straight Bill of Lading

Hazardous Material Shipping Certification

Volume 3

2.1 U.S. Map. Location of NRC Offices and Agreement States. As of October 1, 1998, the Walnut Creek Field Office will close. All communications should be forwarded to Region IV.

4.1a Watches. Watches are products distributed to persons exempt from licensing under 10 CFR 30.19.

4.1b Aiming Sights. Aiming sights are products distributed to persons exempt from licensing under 10 CFR 30.19.

4.2a Smoke and Chemical Agent Detectors. Smoke and chemical agent detectors are products distributed to persons exempt from licensing under 10 CFR 30.20.

4.2b Smoke and Chemical Agent Detectors. Smoke and chemical agent detectors are products distributed to persons exempt from licensing under 10 CFR 30.20.

4.3a 10 CFR 31.5 General License. Gas chromatographs devices are products used under 10 CFR 31.5 general license.

4.3b 10 CFR 31.5 General License. Density gauge devices are products used under 10 CFR 31.5 general license.

4.3c 10 CFR 31.5 General License. Static elimination devices are products used under 10 CFR 31.5 general license.

4.4a 10 CFR 31.7 General License. Safety devices, such as exit signs, containing tritium or promethium-147 and used in aircraft may be used under 10 CFR 31.7 general license.

4.4b 10 CFR 31.7 General License. Safety devices, such as exit signs, containing tritium or promethium-147 and used in aircraft may be used under 10 CFR 31.7 general license.

4.5 Radiography Equipment. Radiography equipment, such as the equipment shown above, must meet the requirements of 10 CFR Part 34.

4.6 Well-Logging Operations. Sealed sources used in well-logging operations must meet the requirements of 10 CFR Part 39.

4.7a Irradiators. NRC evaluates (a) category I (self-shielded) irradiators used in category IV (Panoramic, wet source storage) irradiators.

4.7b Irradiators. NRC evaluates (b) sealed sources used in category IV (Panoramic, wet source storage) irradiators.

5.1 Calibration and Reference Sources. Calibration and reference sources may not need evaluation and registration by IMNS.

5.2 Map of the World. Foreign vendors are required to establish an address in the United States to which the NRC can correspond and serve papers as necessary to accomplish its mission.

5.3 Computer Software. Safety evaluations concentrate only on those systems that control fundamental safety processes such as checking an interlock, source or shielding position, and the functionality of position indicators.

5.4 Packaging and Transportation. Registration certificate holders must meet all NRC and DOT requirements for packaging and transporting sealed sources and devices.

10.1 Radiation Profiles. ANSI-538 suggests radiation profiles be provided as indicated above.

10.2 Installation and Servicing of Devices. Applicants must specify the qualifications needed by individuals to perform installation and servicing of devices.

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Volume 4

1.1 Fixed Gauge Basic Design Features.

1.2 Where is the Radioactive Source?

2.1 U.S. Map. Location of NRC Offices and Agreement States.

8.1 Examples of Several Different Types of Fixed Gauges.

8.2 RSO Responsibilities. Typical duties and responsibilities of RSOs.

8.3 Material Receipt and Accountability. Licensees must maintain records of receipt, transfer, and disposal and conduct semiannual physical inventories.

8.4 Annual Dose Limits for Occupationally Exposed Adults.

8.5 Limiting Public Dose.

8.6 Proper Handling of Incident.

8.7 Lock-out Procedures.

8.8 Leak Test Sample.

8.9 Maintenance.

8.10 Transportation.

8.11 Proper Handling of Incident.

8.12 Examples of Uses for Fixed Gauges at Temporary Job Sites.

8.13 DOT Transportation Requirements.

8.14 Security.

8.15 Installation of Fixed Gauges at Temporary Job Sites.

8.16 Security.

Appendix E 1: Functional Sketch of the Model

Appendix E 2: Model

Appendix E 3: Label on Outer Housing

Appendix E 4: Side Cut View & Top View

Appendix E 5: Bottom Plate View & Side View 90° Rotation

Appendix K 1: Diagram of Bottling Line and Fixed Gauges

Appendix Q 1: 1 of 6 Material Licensee

Appendix Q 2: 2 of 6 Materials License (Supplementary Sheet)

Appendix Q 3: 3 of 6 Materials License (Supplementary Sheet)

Appendix Q 4: 4 of 6 Materials License (Supplementary Sheet)

Appendix Q 5: 5 of 6 Materials License (Supplementary Sheet)

Appendix Q 6: 6 of 6 Materials License (Supplementary Sheet)

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Volume 5

Figure 1.1 Types of Irradiators

Figure 2.1 U.S. Map

Figure 8.1 RSO Responsibilities

Figure 8.2 Material Receipt and Accountability

Figure 8.3 Annual Dose Limits for Occupationally Exposed Individuals

Figure 8.4 Proper Location of Irradiator

Figure 8.5. Proper Handling of Incident

Figure 8.6 Routine Maintenance and Lubrication

Figure 8.7 Non-Routine Maintenance

Figure M.1 Diagram of Office and Irradiator Area

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Figure 1.1 Teletherapy Unit Converted to Non-Human Use.

Figure 1.2 Underwater Irradiator.

Figure 1.3 Commercial Wet-Source-Storage Irradiator.

Figure 2.1 U.S. Map.

Figure 8.1 Location of Use.

Figure 8.2 Financial Assurance for Decommissioning.

Figure 8.3 Records Important to Decommissioning.

Figure 8.4 RSO Responsibilities.

Figure 8.5 General Description of Facility.

Figure 8.6 Radiation Detection Instruments.

Figure 8.7 Material Receipt and Accountability.

Figure 8.8 Annual Dose Limits for Radiation Workers.

Figure 8.9 Proper Handling of Incident.

Figure 8.10 Leak Testing.

Figure J.1 Construction Monitoring and Acceptance Testing.

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Figure 2.1 U.S. Map

Figure 8.1 Location of Use

Figure 8.2 Methods of Certification of Financial Assurance for Decommissioning

Figure 8.3 Types of Records That Must Be Maintained for Decommissioning

Figure 8.4 RSO Responsibilities

Figure 8.5 Authorized User

Figure 8.6 Examples of Portable Instruments Used in Laboratory Settings

Figure 8.7 Material Receipt and Accountability

Figure 8.8 Annual Dose Limits for Occupationally Exposed Individuals

Figure 8.9 Calculating Public Dose

Figure 8.10 Use of Appropriate Shielding

Figure 8.11 Proper Handling of Incident

Figure 8.12 Types of Surveys

Figure 8.13 Personnel Surveys

Figure P.1 Storage of Food and Drink

Figure Q.1 Laboratory Layout

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Figure 2.1 U.S. Map

Figure 8.1 Location of Use

Figure 9.1 Example of Exempt Concentrations: Irradiated Topaz

Figure 9.2 Example of Exempt Concentrations: Electron Tube

Figure 9.3 Example of Exempt Quantities: Labeling

Figure 9.4 Example of Radioactive Drug: Labeling

Figure 9.5 Example of Self-Luminous Products: Front and Rear Gunsights

Figure 9.6 Smoke Detectors

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Figure 2.1 U.S. Map 2-2

Figure 8.1 Location of Use 8-4

Figure 8.2 Decommissioning Records. 8-9

Figure 8.3 Financial Assurance Mechanisms 8-10

Figure 8.4 Gamma Stereotactic Radiosurgery Unit 8-15

Figure 8.5 Beta Radiation Catheter 8-17

Figure 8.6 Stent Implantation. 8-18

Figure 8.7 RSO Responsibilities 8-22

Figure 8.8 Facility Diagram for Nuclear Medicine Suite. 8-31

Figure 8.9 Iodine-131 NaI Administration for the Thyroid Carcinoma Patient 8-32

Figure 8.10 Overhead View of Manual Brachytherapy Patient Treatment Room 8-33

Figure 8.11 Teletherapy and HDR Treatment Room 8-34

Figure 8.12 Annual Dose Limits for Radiation Workers 8-49

Figure 8.13 Proper Security of Licensed Material 8-52

Figure 8.14 Material Receipt and Accountability 8-57

Figure 8.15 Leak Test Sample 8-61

Figure M.1 Diagram of Office and HDR Facility M-3

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Figure 2.1 U.S Map

Figure 8.1 Types of Records that Must be Maintained for Decommissioning

Materials License - Page 1 of 4

Materials License - Page 2 of 4

Materials License - Page 3 of 4

Materials License - Page 4 of 4

DOT shipping papers (49 CFR 172.200-205)

Marking Packages (49 CFR 172.300-338)

Labeling Packages (49 CFR 172.400-450)

Placarding Vehicles (49 CFR 172.500-560)

Minimum required packaging for Class 7 (Radioactive) Materials

Package and vehicle contamination limits (49 CFR 173.443)

A Type C Sample License appears on the following pages.

Materials License - Page 1 of 4

Materials License - Page 2 of 4

Materials License - Page 3 of 4

Materials License - Page 4 of 4

A Type B Sample License appears on the following pages.

Materials License - Page 1 of 4

Materials License - Page 2 of 4

Materials License - Page 3 of 4

Materials License - Page 4 of 4

A Type A with Increased Flexibility Sample License appears on the following pages.

Materials License - Page 1 of 5

Materials License - Page 2 of 5

Materials License - Page 3 of 5

Materials License - Page 4 of 5

Materials License - Page 5 of 5

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Volume 12

Figure 2.1 U.S. Map

Figure 8.1 Location of Possession or Possession and Use

Figure 8.2 Financial Assurance for Decommissioning

Figure 8.3 Records Important to Decommissioning

Figure 8.4 Regulation Wheel for Byproduct Material

Figure 8.5 Example of a Product Produced Under Possession for Manufacturing and Distribution Authorization

Figure 8.6 RSO Responsibilities

Figure 8.7 Facility Diagram for a Radiography Source Manufacturer

Figure 8.8 Shielded Protective Enclosure (Hot Cell) With Remote Manipulator

Figure 8.9 Examples of Portable Instruments Used in Laboratory Settings

Figure 8.10 Material Receipt and Accountability

Figure 8.11 Annual Dose Limits for Occupationally Exposed Adults

Figure 8.12 Calculating Public Dose

Figure 8.13 Use of Appropriate Shielding

Figure 8.14 Proper Handling of Incident

Figure 8.15 Types of Surveys

Figure 8.16 Personnel Surveys

Figure 8.17 Air and water effluents from manufacturing facility

Figure N.1 Storage of Food and Drink

Figure P.1 Area Diagram

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Figure 2.1 U.S. Map

Figure 8.1 Location of Use

Figure 8.2 Purpose Wheel

Figure 8.3 Typical Facility Diagram

Figure 8.5 Examples of Portable and Stationary Survey Instruments Used by Radiopharmacies.

Figure 8.6 Accountability

Figure 8.7 Annual Dose Limits for Occupationally Exposed Adults

Figure 8.8 Use of Appropriate Shielding

Figure 8.9 Types of Surveys

Figure 8.10 Personnel Surveys

Figure 8.11 Typical Surveys at Radiopharmacy

Figure 8.12 Returned Waste

Figure H.1 Typical Duties and Responsibilities of the RSO.

Figure K.1 Calculating Public Dose

Figure Q.1 Storage of Food and Drink

Application for Material License

Materials License (part 1)

Materials License(Supplementary Sheet)

Materials License(Supplementary Sheet)

Materials License(Supplementary Sheet)

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Volume 14

Figure 2.1 U.S. Map.

Figure 8.1 Location of Use.

Figure 8.2 Examples of Sealed Sources Used In Well Logging Operations.

Figure 8.3 Methods of Certification of Financial Assurance for Decommissioning.

Figure 8.4 Types of Records That Must Be Maintained for Decommissioning

Figure 8.5 RSO Responsibilities - Typical duties and responsibilities of the RSO.

Figure 8.6 Features of a Typical Source Abandonment.

Figure 8.7 Permanent Identification Plaque.

Figure 8.8 Types of Surveys.

Figure 8.9 Material Receipt and Accountability.

Figure 8.10 Annual Dose Limits for Occupationally Exposed Adults.

Figure 8.11 Calculating the Annual Dose to an Individual Member of the Public.

Figure 8.12 Maintenance, Cleaning, and O-Ring Replacement.

Figure 8.13 Transportation.

Figure 8.14 Transport Container.

Figure 8.15 Personnel Surveys.

Figure 8.16 Drill-to-stop Well Logging Operations.

Figure 8.17 Singly Encapsulated ECS Sealed Source.

Figure P.1 Bird's Eye View of Office.(?) Can't find it

Figure P.2 Downhole Storage Array.(?) Can't find it

Sample 2 - Hazardous Material Shipping Certification

Package and Vehicle Contamination Limits (49 CFR 173.443)

DOT Shipping papers(49 CFR 172.200-205)

Marking Packages (49 CFR 172.300-338)

Labeling Packages (49 CFR 172.400-450)

Placarding Vehicles (49 CFR 172.500-560)

Minimum Required Packaging for Class 7 (Radioactive) Materials

Package and Vehicle Radiation Level Limits (49 CFR 173.441)

Materials License (Supplementary Sheet)

Materials License (Supplementary Sheet)

Materials License

Application for Material License, Form 313

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Figure 2.1 U.S. Map

Figure 10.1 Location of Use

Figure 10.2 Types of Records that Must Be Maintained for Decommissioning

United States Nuclear Regulatory Commission Form 313

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Figure 2.1 U. S. Maps

Figure 5.1 Gas Chromatograph Units

Figure 5.2 Fixed Gauging Devices

Figure 5.3 Static Eliminators

Figure 5.4 Tritium Exit Signs

Figure 5.5 Luminous Exit Sign

Figure 5.6 Calibration Standards

Figure 5.7 In Vitro Kit

Figure 8.1 Label

Figure 8.2 Package Label

Figure K.1 Fixed Gauges

Figure K.2 Gas Chromatograph Unit

Figure K.3 Self-Luminous Exit Sign

Figure K.4 U.S. Map

Figure L.1 Self-Luminous Exit Sign

Figure L.3 Radiation Symbol

Figure L.6 Locations of NRC Offices and Agreement States

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Figure 1.1 A Typical Research Use of Special Nuclear Material

Figure 2.1 U.S. Map

Figure 8.1 Location of Use

Figure 8.2 Methods of Certification of Financial Assurance for Decommissioning

Figure 8.3 Types of Records That Must Be Maintained for Decommissioning

Figure 8.4 RSO Responsibilities

Figure 8.5 Authorized User

Figure 8.6 Material Receipt and Accountability

Figure 8.7 Annual Dose Limits for Occupationally Exposed Individuals

Figure 8.8 Calculating Public Dose

Figure 8.9 Types of Surveys

Figure 8.10 Personnel Surveys

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2.1 U.S. Map

8.1 Location of Use

8.2 Examples of Sealed Sources and/or Devices Possessed, Used, or Serviced

8.3 Methods of Certification of Financial Assurance for Decommissioning

8.4 Types of Records That Must Be Maintained for Decommissioning

8.5 RSO Responsibilities

8.6 Examples of Portable Instruments

8.7 Material Receipt and Accountability

8.8 Annual Dose Limits for Occupationally Exposed Individuals.

8.9 Calculating Public Dose

8.10 Types of Surveys

8.11 Personnel Surveys

8.12 Routine Maintenance and Lubrication

M.1 Bird's Eye View of Office With Stored Calibration Source

M.2 Down-Hole Storage Array in Waste Broker Facility

Q.1 Sample Shipping Documents, Placards, and Labels

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Figure 2.1 Reciprocity

Figure 2.2 U.S. Map

Figure 7.1 Work Location

Figure 7.2 Remote Work Location

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Figure 2.1 U.S. Map

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