This part applies to industrial radiation-producing equipment used for less than 30 days at a job site.
A fence, rope, or other suitable personnel barrier must be used outside the two mR (5.16 x 107 C/kg) in any one hour dose line to restrict entry.
When radiography is performed at a location other than a permanent radiographic installation, the radiographer must be accompanied by at least one other qualified radiographer or a radiographer's assistant. The additional qualified individual must be capable of providing immediate assistance to prevent unauthorized entry.
For records at temporary job sites, each registrant conducting industrial radiography must have available at the temporary job site:
a copy of operating and emergency procedures;
direct reading pocket dosimeter records for the period of operation in use at the site; and
the latest instrument calibration records for instruments in use at the site.
MS s 144.12
December 10, 2007
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