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Section 1: Radiation Programs
Part 1: Radioactive Material Licenses



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A Specific License is required to receive and use radioactive material, unless otherwise allowed by rule. Some radioactive material or devices containing radioactive material may be possessed by rule under a General License. See R313-19 for "Requirements of General Applicability to Licensing of Radioactive Material," R313-21 "General License," and R313-22 "Specific Licenses." If this does not apply to you, then go to Part 2: Radiation-Emitting Equipment Registration.


1Does your facility wish to obtain a new, amend, or renew a Specific Radioactive Material License?


2Are you a medical licensee interested in adding a new Radiation Safety Officer, Authorized User, Authorized Medical Physicist, or Authorized Nuclear Pharmacist?


3Do you or your facility wish to register for, renew, or modify a General License for depleted uranium (DU) in an industrial product or device?


4Do you or your facility wish to register for, renew, or modify a General License for a device that contains a radioactive source with a least 10 millicuries (mCi) of Cesium-137, 0.1 mCi of Strontium-90, 1 mCi of Cobalt-60, 0.1 mCi of Radium-226, or 1 mCi of Americum-241, or any other transuranic isotope?


5Do you or your facility wish to apply to use pre-packaged kits for in-vitro testing distributed under the terms of a General License?


6Does your facility wish to terminate an existing Specific or General Radioactive Material License?


7Does your facility wish to make payment for a new, renewed, amended, or annual licensing fee?


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