UCR

Environmental Health & Safety



Radiation Safety



 

UC Radiation is part of the UC Safety Suite and is integrated with WASTe, the hazardous waste system, and LHAT, the laboratory hazard assessment tool. Watch a brief introductory video for more information, or email the Radiation Safety Officer or Radiation Safety Specialist.

UC Radiation Factsheet
User Guides:                           
Application Overview
Using Radiation
Entering Your Initial Inventory
Disposing of Radioactive Waste
Video Tutorials         
You can view all of the tutorails for Radiation in one eCourse available in the UC Learning Center.
      To access the course:
           1. Go to ucrlearning.ucr.edu
           2. Enter "Radiation Tutorials*" in the search bar
           3. Register and complete the eCourse


Each tutorial video is viewable individually
on the
EH&S video resource page under
the topic UC Safety


About the Radiation Safety Program

The Radiation Safety Program is responsible for ensuring that all users of ionizing radiation and radiation producing machines are in compliance with existing regulatory requirements. All radioactive materials at the University of California, Riverside(UCR)  are licensed by the State of California under a Broadscope License.  This license grants authority to the UCR Radiation Safety Committee to authorize the use of radioactive materials at any of its facilities.  Radiation producing machines are registered by the California Radiologic Health Branch and must also be authorized by the UCR Radiation Safety Committee. 

Each year a report is written  indicating the UCR's compliance with requirements of the radiation safety program. The annual review for 2015    is available online.

Members of the UCR Radiation Safety Committee

Programs and Services

Training

Forms

Manuals and Regulatory Guides

Radiation Safety: Initial
Radiation Safety: Refresher

Hazardous Waste Management


For more information
Refer to the Training
Schedule of Classes

Radiation Safety initial training should be taken if you are using radioactive materials, sealed sources, or radiation producing machines 


 

Preganancy Declaration Form

Badge  request Form

Lost Radiation Badge Form

Radiation Safety Manual
Radiation Producing Machine Manual

Radiation Worker Guide

NRC Regulatory Guide 8.13 Instruction Concerning Prenatal Radiation Exposure
NRC Regulatory Guide 8.29
Instruction Concerning Risks from Occupational Radiation Exposure

  • Radiation Control Regulations
      17 CCR,  Chapter 5, along with
      the UCR Broadscope License and Machine Registration  are available upon request.  Please contact EH&S at 951-827-5528.

 

 More Information on Ionizing and Non-ionizing Radiation


More Information

General Campus Information

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900 University Ave.
Riverside, CA 92521
Tel: (951) 827-1012

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Environmental Health & Safety

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Tel: (951) 827-5528
Fax: (951) 827-5122
E-mail: ehs@ucr.edu

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