Radioactive Materials (RAM)
Radioactive material is any material containing unstable atoms that emit ionizing radiation as it decays.
This section applies to all persons using open-form source material. Open-form radioactive material is normally used as a tracer in experiments and has the potential for spillage and release if not properly handled.
|Surveys||Obtaining RAM||Security and Storage|
|Disposal||Shipping||Spills and Contaminations|
|Iodinations||New Authorizations||SOPs and Forms|
|Labeling, Posting and Markings||Equipment Redistribution||Training|
|Modify an Authorization||New Workers|
Publications and Forms
- Radioactive Materials Safety Manual
- Radiation Safety Training Guide (PDF)
- Standard Operating Procedures (PDF)
- Radiation Safety Rules (PDF)