Authorization for the non-human use of radioactive materials in research is under the control of the University’s Basic Science Radiation Protection Committee (BSRPC). Quick links to guidance for obtaining authorization for the non-human use of radioactive materials for research or class room instruction, as well as training requirements, safety guidelines, and policies are provided below.
Additional information on the non-human use of radioactive materials and the University’s Radiation Safety Program is available in our Radiation Protection Guide – Research manual.
For further assistance in obtaining authorization to use radioactive materials, contact Laurie Scholl at 353-5389 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
Click on the following links for information on obtaining and using radiation/radioactive materials:
- Obtaining Authorization for Use of Radioactive Material
- Radiation Safety Training
- Acquisition of Radioactive Materials
- Transfer of Radioactive Materials
- Radiation Safety Guidelines
- Instrument Calibration
- Maximum Permissible Dose Limits
- The ALARA Program
- Determination of Exposure
- Emergency and Spill Response Procedures
- Radioactive Waste
- Raycell Mk2 X-ray Blood Irradiator Safety Guide
- Regulatory and University Requirements
- Administrative Organization
- Internal Review
- Scintillation Counting Fluid Policy Mandate
- Radiochemical Decomposition Guide