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Title 10Chapter IPart 34


TITLE 10—Energy

CHAPTER I—NUCLEAR REGULATORY COMMISSION

PART 34—LICENSES FOR INDUSTRIAL RADIOGRAPHY AND RADIATION SAFETY REQUIREMENTS FOR INDUSTRIAL RADIOGRAPHIC OPERATIONS

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Subpart A—GENERAL PROVISIONS

§34.1
Purpose and scope.
§34.3
Definitions.
§34.5
Interpretations.
§34.8
Information collection requirements: OMB approval.
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Subpart B—SPECIFIC LICENSING PROVISIONS

§34.11
Application for a specific license.
§34.13
Specific license for industrial radiography.
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Subpart C—EQUIPMENT

§34.20
Performance requirements for industrial radiography equipment.
§34.21
Limits on external radiation levels from storage containers and source changers.
§34.23
Locking of radiographic exposure devices, storage containers and source changers.
§34.25
Radiation survey instruments.
§34.27
Leak testing and replacement of sealed sources.
§34.29
Quarterly inventory.
§34.31
Inspection and maintenance of radiographic exposure devices, transport and storage containers, associated equipment, source changers, and survey instruments.
§34.33
Permanent radiographic installations.
§34.35
Labeling, storage, and transportation.
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Subpart D—RADIATION SAFETY REQUIREMENTS

§34.41
Conducting industrial radiographic operations.
§34.42
Radiation Safety Officer for industrial radiography.
§34.43
Training.
§34.45
Operating and emergency procedures.
§34.46
Supervision of radiographers' assistants.
§34.47
Personnel monitoring.
§34.49
Radiation surveys.
§34.51
Surveillance.
§34.53
Posting.
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Subpart E—RECORDKEEPING REQUIREMENTS

§34.61
Records of the specific license for industrial radiography.
§34.63
Records of receipt and transfer of sealed sources.
§34.65
Records of radiation survey instruments.
§34.67
Records of leak testing of sealed sources and devices containing depleted uranium.
§34.69
Records of quarterly inventory.
§34.71
Utilization logs.
§34.73
Records of inspection and maintenance of radiographic exposure devices, transport and storage containers, associated equipment, source changers, and survey instruments.
§34.75
Records of alarm system and entrance control checks at permanent radiographic installations.
§34.79
Records of training and certification.
§34.81
Copies of operating and emergency procedures.
§34.83
Records of personnel monitoring procedures.
§34.85
Records of radiation surveys.
§34.87
Form of records.
§34.89
Location of documents and records.
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Subpart F—NOTIFICATIONS

§34.101
Notifications.
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Subpart G—EXEMPTIONS

§34.111
Applications for exemptions.
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Subpart H—VIOLATIONS

§34.121
Violations.
§34.123
Criminal penalties.
Appendix
Appendix A to Part 34—Radiographer Certification


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