A person who is engaged in the business of assembling, installing, repairing, or replacing one or more components in a radiation-producing equipment system or conducting equipment performance evaluations on diagnostic or industrial radiation-producing equipment must apply for registration with the commissioner within 30 days following the effective date of this chapter or prior to furnishing or offering to furnish any services. The services may include, but are not limited to:
installing, replacing, or repairing radiation-producing equipment and associated components; and
performing equipment performance evaluations on diagnostic or industrial radiation-producing equipment and associated components.
All applications for registration must be completed on forms furnished by the commissioner and must include all information specified by the commissioner.
A person applying for registration under this part must specify:
the services for which they are applying for registration;
the training and experience that qualify them to discharge the services for which they are applying for registration;
the type of measurement instruments to be used, frequency of calibration, and calibration facility; and
the type of individual monitoring devices worn, if applicable.
An individual shall not perform services that are not specifically stated for that individual.
Upon a determination that an applicant meets the requirements of this chapter, the commissioner shall issue a notice of registration. Each notice of registration expires at the end of the specified day in the month and year stated in the notice.
The commissioner may incorporate in the notice of registration at the time of issuance or after by appropriate rule, or regulation, any additional requirements and conditions deemed appropriate or necessary by the commissioner.
Renewal of the registration for service providers must be completed 30 days prior to the end of the month of the current registration.
An individual employed by a registrant to perform in-house calibrations, equipment performance evaluations, or repairs of diagnostic or industrial radiation-producing equipment is exempt from registering as a service provider. An in-house employee may not perform these tasks elsewhere unless registered as a service provider.
MS s 144.12
32 SR 777
December 10, 2007
Official Publication of the State of Minnesota
Revisor of Statutes