The registrant must:
ensure compliance with applicable parts of this chapter and in the operation of the equipment that are consistent with each registrant's area of use;
notify the commissioner within 30 days of any change in the ownership, addition of, or disposition of registered radiation-producing equipment; and
Any submission of any information provided to the commissioner by a registrant must be complete and accurate in all material submitted.
All communications and reports concerning these regulations, applications, and violations filed thereunder, must be addressed to or delivered to the Minnesota Department of Health, Radiation Control Unit, 625 Robert Street North, P. O. Box 64975, St. Paul, Minnesota 55164-0975.
All registrants must maintain documentation of the radiation shielding installed in their facility. The documentation must be:
a blue print or architectural drawing indicating installed shielding;
a shielding plan that was completed by a service provider or an appropriate radiological physicist;
verified by a detailed radiation survey covering radiation levels at the operator position and at pertinent points outside the room during normal operation; and
if the registrant cannot verify shielding compliance by items A to C, a detailed radiation survey covering the radiation levels at the operator position and at pertinent points outside the room during normal operation must be completed and the documentation maintained.
Dental facilities with only intraoral capabilities are exempted from the shielding requirements in subpart 3.
MS s 144.12
December 10, 2007
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