Authorization to Use Radioactive Materials
An authorized user is a person whose training and experience have been reviewed and approved by the Pa. Department of Environmental Protection Bureau of Radiation Protection. The authorized user is named on the license and uses or supervises the use of licensed radioactive material.
The authorized user's primary responsibility is to ensure that radioactive materials used in his or her particular laboratory or area are used safely and according to regulatory requirements. View training requirements for authorized users.
An authorized user has the responsibility to be available to staff and students when work with radioactive materials is taking place in their laboratories. If this is not possible, another authorized user should be given this responsibility.
To become an authorized user on our radioactive materials license, submit in writing:
The types and quantities of radionuclides to be used at the University of the Sciences.
The types and quantities of radionuclides with which you have had previous experience.
In what capacity these radionuclides were used.
The training and education that you received on radionuclide use.
Institutions or facilities at which these materials were used.
The duration that you worked with these materials.
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