Whenever radiation-producing equipment is to be brought into the state for any temporary use, a written notice must be provided to the commissioner at least three working days before the equipment is to be used in the state. Upon request to the department, permission to process use of equipment sooner may be granted if the three-day notification period would impose an undue hardship on the person. The notice required in this subpart must include:
the type of radiation-producing equipment;
the nature, duration, and scope of use;
the locations where the equipment is to be used;
the name and telephone number of the contact person at the site if applicable; and
the states in which this equipment is registered or licensed.
Persons using radiation-producing equipment under reciprocity must:
comply with all applicable rules of the commissioner;
supply the commissioner with any other information the commissioner deems necessary; and
Inspections by the commissioner may be performed on any radiation-producing equipment being used in Minnesota on a reciprocal basis for compliance with this chapter.
MS s 144.12
December 10, 2007
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