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Oregon's Revised Statutes (ORS) regarding radiation can be found in ORS 453.605 through 453.807.
Radioactive materials ORS 453.605 through 453.715Tanning devices ORS 453.726 through 453.732X-ray devices ORS 453.752 through 453.775
Radiation Protection Services (RPS) operating rules, and the rules which are pertinent for users, are found under OAR Chapter 333, Divisions 100 through 125. Information regarding proposed rule changes can be found here.
Division 100: Control of Radiation - General Requirements Division 101: Registration of Radiation Machines- General License Division 102: Licensing of Radioactive Material Division 103: Fees Division 105: Industrial Radiographic Operators Division 106: X-rays in the Healing Arts (Associated tables in Division 106) Division 108: Radiation Safety Requirements for Analytical X-ray Equipment Division 109: Radiation Safety Requirements for Particle Accelerators Division 110: Radiation Safety Requirements for Radioactive Tailings & Ponds Division 111: Notices, Instructions, & Reports to Workers: Inspections Division 112: Requirements for Microwave Oven Use & Service Division 113: Well Logging Operators & Sub-surface Tracer Studies Division 114: Training for Emergency Response to Radioactive Materials Incidents Division 115: Radiation Safety Requirements for X-ray & Hybrid Gauges Division 116: Use of Radionuclide's in the Healing Arts Division 117: Regulation & Licensing of Naturally Occurring Radioactive Materials (NORM): Table 1 | Table 2Division 118: Transportation of Radioactive Materials Division 119: Registration of Tanning Facilities Division 120: Standards for Protection against Radiation (NRC Form 5)Division 121: Licensing and Radiation Safety Requirements for Irradiators Division 122: Safety Requirements for Industrial X-ray Machine Operators Division 123: Therapeutic Radiation Machines Division 124: Civil Penalty Division 125: Materials Safety and Security
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