R. 64E-5.1001 Standards
R. 64E-5.1002 Monitoring Requirements
R. 64E-5.1003 Monitoring Fees
R. 64E-5.101 Definitions
R. 64E-5.102 Exemptions
R. 64E-5.103 Records
R. 64E-5.104 Tests
R. 64E-5.105 Prohibited Uses
R. 64E-5.106 Units of Exposure and Dose
R. 64E-5.1101 Prohibitions
R. 64E-5.1102 Storage and Transportation Precautions
R. 64E-5.1103 Radiation Survey Instruments
R. 64E-5.1104 Leak Testing of Sealed Sources
R. 64E-5.1105 Quarterly Inventory
R. 64E-5.1106 Utilization Records
R. 64E-5.1107 Design, Performance and Certification Criteria for Sealed Sources Used in Downhole Operations
R. 64E-5.11071 Uranium Sinker Bars
R. 64E-5.11072 Energy Compensation Source
R. 64E-5.11073 Tritium Neutron Generator Target Source
R. 64E-5.1108 Labeling
R. 64E-5.1109 Inspection and Maintenance
R. 64E-5.1110 Training Requirements
R. 64E-5.1111 Operating and Emergency Procedures
R. 64E-5.1112 Personnel Monitoring
R. 64E-5.1113 Security
R. 64E-5.1114 Handling Tools
R. 64E-5.1115 Subsurface Tracer Studies
R. 64E-5.1116 Radiation Surveys
R. 64E-5.1117 Documents and Records Required at Field Stations
R. 64E-5.1118 Temporary Jobsites
R. 64E-5.1119 Notification of Incidents, Abandonment and Lost Sources
R. 64E-5.1120 Subjects to Be Included in Training Courses for Logging Supervisors
R. 64E-5.1201 Radon Requirements and Enforcement
R. 64E-5.1202 Definitions
R. 64E-5.1203 General Provisions
R. 64E-5.1204 Certification Requirements for Radon Measurement Specialists and Technicians
R. 64E-5.1205 Certification Requirements for Radon Mitigation Specialists and Technicians
R. 64E-5.1206 Certification Requirements for Radon Measurement Businesses
R. 64E-5.1207 Certification Requirements for Radon Mitigation Businesses
R. 64E-5.1208 Measurement Requirements and Procedures
R. 64E-5.1301 Sealed or Unsealed Sources of Radioactive Material
R. 64E-5.1302 Operating and Emergency Procedures
R. 64E-5.1303 Leak Test Requirements for Possession of Sealed Sources
R. 64E-5.1304 Inventory Requirements
R. 64E-5.1305 Training Requirements, Authority, Duties and Responsibilities of the Radiation Safety Officer
R. 64E-5.1306 Opening Sealed Sources
R. 64E-5.1307 Training Requirements for Authorized Users
R. 64E-5.1308 Additional Requirements for General Licenses
R. 64E-5.1309 Training for Current Authorized Users
R. 64E-5.1310 Personnel Monitoring
R. 64E-5.1311 Storage, Security and Transportation Precautions
R. 64E-5.1312 Training and User Requirements
R. 64E-5.1313 Training and User Requirements
R. 64E-5.1314 Possession of Survey Instruments
R. 64E-5.1315 Additional Requirements
R. 64E-5.1316 General Rules for the Safe Use of Unsealed Sources of Radioactive Materials
R. 64E-5.1317 Storage and Control of Volatiles and Gases
R. 64E-5.1318 Instrumentation
R. 64E-5.1319 Contamination Control Program
R. 64E-5.1320 Bioassy Program
R. 64E-5.1401 Irradiators
R. 64E-5.1402 Definitions
R. 64E-5.1403 Specific License for Large Irradiators
R. 64E-5.1404 Start of Construction
R. 64E-5.1405 Performance Criteria for Sealed Sources
R. 64E-5.1406 Access Control
R. 64E-5.1407 Shielding
R. 64E-5.1408 Fire Protection
R. 64E-5.1409 Radiation Monitors
R. 64E-5.1410 Control of Source Movement
R. 64E-5.1411 Irradiator Pools
R. 64E-5.1412 Source Rack Protection
R. 64E-5.1413 Power Failures
R. 64E-5.1414 Design Requirements
R. 64E-5.1415 Construction Control
R. 64E-5.1416 Training
R. 64E-5.1417 Operating and Emergency Procedures
R. 64E-5.1418 Personnel Monitoring
R. 64E-5.1419 Radiation Surveys
R. 64E-5.1420 Detection of Leaking or Contaminated Sources
R. 64E-5.1421 Inspection and Maintenance
R. 64E-5.1422 Pool Water Purity
R. 64E-5.1423 Attendance During Operation
R. 64E-5.1424 Entering and Leaving the Radiation Room
R. 64E-5.1425 Irradiation of Explosive or Highly Flammable Materials
R. 64E-5.1426 Records and Retention Periods
R. 64E-5.1427 Reports and Notifications
R. 64E-5.1501 Purpose and Scope
R. 64E-5.1502 Transportation of Radioactive Material
R. 64E-5.1503 Exemptions
R. 64E-5.1504 General Licenses for Carriers
R. 64E-5.1505 Routine Determinations
R. 64E-5.1506 Advance Notification of Shipment of Certain Quantities of Radioactive Waste
R. 64E-5.1507 Designation of Routes for Shipment of Radioactive Waste Requiring Advance Notification
R. 64E-5.1508 Inspection of Low-Level Radioactive Waste Shipments
R. 64E-5.1509 Permit Requirements
R. 64E-5.1510 Air Transport of Plutonium
R. 64E-5.1511 Notification in the Event of Suspected or Real Breach of Containment
R. 64E-5.1512 Inspections
R. 64E-5.1513 Communications
R. 64E-5.1601 Definitions
R. 64E-5.1602 Administrative Requirements
R. 64E-5.1603 Training and Education
R. 64E-5.1604 General Technical Requirements for Electronic Brachytherapy Facilities
R. 64E-5.201 Licensing of Radioactive Material
R. 64E-5.202 Source Material – Exemptions
R. 64E-5.203 Radioactive Material Other Than Source Material – Exemptions
R. 64E-5.204 Types of Licenses
R. 64E-5.205 General Licenses – Source Material
R. 64E-5.206 General Licenses – Radioactive Material Other Than Source Material
R. 64E-5.207 Filing Application for Specific Licenses
R. 64E-5.208 General Requirements for the Issuance of Specific Licenses
R. 64E-5.209 Special Requirements for Specific Licenses of Broad Scope
R. 64E-5.210 Special Requirements for a Specific License to Manufacture, Assemble, Repair or Distribute Commodities, Products or Devices Which Contain Radioactive Material
R. 64E-5.211 Special Requirements for Issuance of Specific Licenses for Source Material Milling
R. 64E-5.212 Issuance of Specific Licenses
R. 64E-5.213 Specific Terms and Conditions of License
R. 64E-5.214 Expiration and Termination of Licenses and Decommissioning of Sites and Separate Buildings or Outdoor Areas
R. 64E-5.215 Transfer of Material
R. 64E-5.216 Reciprocal Recognition of Licenses for Byproduct, Source, Naturally Occurring and Accelerator Produced Radioactive Material, and Special Nuclear Material in Quantities Not Sufficient to Form a Critical Mass
R. 64E-5.217 Bonding of Persons Licensed Pursuant to Subpart II C
R. 64E-5.218 Performance of Inspections
R. 64E-5.219 Emergency Planning
R. 64E-5.220 Radioactive Quantities
R. 64E-5.221 Radiological Criteria for License Termination
R. 64E-5.222 Radiological Criteria for Unrestricted Use
R. 64E-5.223 Criteria for License Termination Under Restricted Conditions
R. 64E-5.224 Alternate Criteria for License Termination
R. 64E-5.225 Public Notification and Public Participation
R. 64E-5.226 Minimizing Contamination
R. 64E-5.301 Standards for Protection Against Radiation
R. 64E-5.302 Implementation
R. 64E-5.303 Radiation Protection Programs
R. 64E-5.304 Occupational Dose Limits for Adults
R. 64E-5.305 Compliance with Requirements for Summation of External and Internal Doses
R. 64E-5.306 Determination of External Dose from Airborne Radioactive Material
R. 64E-5.307 Determination of Internal Exposure
R. 64E-5.308 Determination of Prior Occupational Dose
R. 64E-5.309 Planned Special Exposures
R. 64E-5.310 Occupation Dose Limits for Minors
R. 64E-5.311 Dose to an Embryo or Fetus
R. 64E-5.312 Dose Limits for Individual Members of the Public
R. 64E-5.313 Compliance with Dose Limits for Individual Members of the Public
R. 64E-5.314 General
R. 64E-5.315 Conditions Requiring Individual Monitoring of External and Internal Occupational Dose
R. 64E-5.316 Control of Access to High Radiation Areas
R. 64E-5.317 Control of Access to Very High Radiation Areas
R. 64E-5.318 Use of Process or Other Engineering Controls
R. 64E-5.319 Use of Individual Respiratory Protection Equipment
R. 64E-5.320 Security of Stored Sources of Radiation
R. 64E-5.321 Control of Sources of Radiation Not in Storage
R. 64E-5.322 Caution Signs
R. 64E-5.323 Posting Requirements
R. 64E-5.324 Exceptions to Posting Requirements
R. 64E-5.325 Labeling Containers and Radiation Machines
R. 64E-5.326 Exemptions to Labeling Requirements
R. 64E-5.327 Procedures for Receiving and Opening Packages
R. 64E-5.328 General Requirements
R. 64E-5.329 Method of Obtaining Approval of Proposed Disposal Procedures
R. 64E-5.330 Discharge by Release into Sanitary Sewerage
R. 64E-5.331 Disposal of Specific Wastes
R. 64E-5.332 Transfer for Disposal and Manifests
R. 64E-5.333 Classification and Characteristics of Low-Level Radioactive Waste for Near-Surface Land Disposal, Labeling and Manifest Requirements
R. 64E-5.334 General Provisions
R. 64E-5.335 Records of Radiation Protection Programs
R. 64E-5.336 Records of Surveys
R. 64E-5.337 Records of Tests for Leakage or Contamination of Sealed Sources
R. 64E-5.338 Records of Planned Special Exposures
R. 64E-5.339 Records of Individual Monitoring Results
R. 64E-5.340 Records of Waste Disposal or Transfers
R. 64E-5.341 Records of Testing Entry Control Devices for Very High Radiation Areas
R. 64E-5.342 Form of Records
R. 64E-5.343 Reports of Stolen, Lost, or Missing Licensed or Registered Sources of Radiation
R. 64E-5.344 Notification of Incidents
R. 64E-5.345 Reports of Exposures, Radiation Levels, Concentrations of Radioactive Material Exceeding the Constraints or Limits, Medical Events and Dose to an Embryo/Fetus or a Nursing Child
R. 64E-5.346 Reports of Planned Special Exposures
R. 64E-5.347 Notifications and Reports to Individuals
R. 64E-5.348 Reports of Leaking or Contaminated Sealed Sources
R. 64E-5.349 Vacating Premises
R. 64E-5.350 Reports of Transactions Involving Nationally Tracked Sources
R. 64E-5.351 Nationally Tracked Source Thresholds
R. 64E-5.423 Definitions
R. 64E-5.424 Requirements for Industrial Radiography Equipment Using Sealed Sources
R. 64E-5.425 Locking of Sources of Radiation, Storage Precautions, and Surveillance
R. 64E-5.426 Radiation Survey Instruments
R. 64E-5.427 Leak Testing, Repairing, Tagging, Opening, Modifying, and Replacing Sealed Sources and Devices
R. 64E-5.428 Quarterly Inventory
R. 64E-5.429 Source Movement Logs, Daily Survey Reports, and Individual Dosimeter Logs
R. 64E-5.430 Inspection and Maintenance
R. 64E-5.431 Permanent Radiographic Installations
R. 64E-5.432 Radiation Protection Program
R. 64E-5.433 Radiation Safety Officer
R. 64E-5.434 Training, Testing, Certification, and Audits
R. 64E-5.435 Conducting Industrial Radiographic Operations
R. 64E-5.436 Operating and Emergency Procedures
R. 64E-5.437 Personnel Monitoring
R. 64E-5.438 Radiation Surveys
R. 64E-5.439 Posting
R. 64E-5.440 Records
R. 64E-5.441 Reporting Requirements
R. 64E-5.501 Definitions
R. 64E-5.502 General Requirements
R. 64E-5.503 General Requirements for All Diagnostic X-Ray Systems
R. 64E-5.504 Fluoroscopic X-Ray Systems
R. 64E-5.505 Diagnostic Radiography Systems, Other than Fluoroscopic, Mammographic, Dental Intraoral or Veterinary Systems
R. 64E-5.506 Intraoral Dental Radiographic Systems
R. 64E-5.507 Therapeutic X-Ray Systems of Less Than 1 MeV
R. 64E-5.508 X-Ray and Electron Therapy Systems with Energies of 1 MeV and Above
R. 64E-5.509 Veterinary Medicine X-Ray Operations
R. 64E-5.510 Mammographic Systems
R. 64E-5.511 Registration of Radiation Machines
R. 64E-5.601 License Required
R. 64E-5.6011 Definitions
R. 64E-5.602 License Amendments
R. 64E-5.603 Notification
R. 64E-5.604 ALARA Program
R. 64E-5.605 Radiation Safety Officer
R. 64E-5.606 Radiation Safety Committee
R. 64E-5.607 Authority and Responsibilities
R. 64E-5.608 Supervision
R. 64E-5.609 Visiting Authorized User, Visiting Authorized Medical Physicist, or Visiting RSO
R. 64E-5.610 Mobile Medical Service Requirements
R. 64E-5.611 Quality Management Program and Notifications, Records and Reports of Medical Events
R. 64E-5.612 Suppliers
R. 64E-5.613 Quality Control of Diagnostic Instrumentation
R. 64E-5.614 Possession, Use, Calibration, and Check of Dose Calibrators in the Use of Unsealed Radiopharmaceuticals
R. 64E-5.615 Use, Calibration and Check of Survey Instruments
R. 64E-5.616 Determination of Dosages of Unsealed Radioactive Material for Medical Use
R. 64E-5.617 Authorization for Calibration, Transmission and Reference Sources
R. 64E-5.618 Requirements for Possession of Sealed Sources and Brachytherapy Sources
R. 64E-5.619 Syringe Shields and Labels
R. 64E-5.620 Vial Shields and Labels
R. 64E-5.621 Surveys for Contamination and Ambient Radiation Dose Rate
R. 64E-5.622 Release of Patients or Human Research Subjects Treated with Radiopharmaceuticals, Implants or Remote Afterloader Units
R. 64E-5.623 Storage of Volatiles and Gases
R. 64E-5.624 Decay in Storage
R. 64E-5.625 Safety Instructions and Precautions for Liquid Iodine, Radiopharmaceutical Therapy, Manual Brachytherapy, Remote Afterloader Units, Teletherapy Units, and Gamma Stereotactic Radiosurgery
R. 64E-5.6251 Manual Brachytherapy Therapy Related Computer Systems
R. 64E-5.626 Use of Radiopharmaceuticals for Uptake, Dilution, or Excretion Studies
R. 64E-5.627 Use of Unsealed Radiopharmaceuticals, Generators, and Reagent Kits for Imaging and Localization Studies
R. 64E-5.628 Generators
R. 64E-5.629 Control of Aerosols and Gases
R. 64E-5.630 Use of Radiopharmaceuticals for Therapy
R. 64E-5.631 Use of Sealed Sources for Diagnosis
R. 64E-5.632 Use of Sources for Manual Brachytherapy
R. 64E-5.633 Manual Brachytherapy Sources Inventory and Surveys
R. 64E-5.6331 Calibration Measurements of Manual Brachytherapy Sources
R. 64E-5.6332 Decay of Strontium-90 Sources for Ophthalmic Treatments
R. 64E-5.634 Use of a Sealed Source in a Remote Afterloader Unit, Teletherapy Unit, or Gamma Sterotactic Radiosurgery Unit
R. 64E-5.635 Installation, Adjustment, Maintenance and Repair Restrictions
R. 64E-5.636 Safety Procedures and Instructions for Remote Afterloader Units, Teletherapy Units, and Gamma Stereotactic Radiosurgery Units
R. 64E-5.637 Safety Precautions for Remote Afterloader Units, Teletherapy Units, and Gamma Stereotactic Radiosurgery Units
R. 64E-5.638 Radiation Monitoring Devices
R. 64E-5.639 Viewing Systems
R. 64E-5.640 Dosimetry Equipment Used With Remote Afterloading Units, Teletherapy Units, or Gamma Stereotactic Radiosurgery Units
R. 64E-5.641 Full Calibration Measurements on Teletherapy Units
R. 64E-5.6411 Full Calibration Measurements on Remote Afterloader Units
R. 64E-5.6412 Full Calibration Measurements on Gamma Stereotactic Radiosurgery Units
R. 64E-5.642 Periodic Spot-Checks or Teletherapy Units
R. 64E-5.6421 Periodic Spot-Checks for Remote Afterloader Units
R. 64E-5.6422 Periodic Spot-Checks for Gamma Stereotactic Radiosurgery Units
R. 64E-5.6423 Additional Technical Requirements for Mobile Remote Afterloader Units
R. 64E-5.643 Radiation Surveys for Teletherapy Facilities
R. 64E-5.644 Radiation Surveys for Remote Afterloader and Gamma Stereotactic Radiosurgery Facilities
R. 64E-5.645 Remote Afterloader, Gamma Stereotactic, and Teletherapy Therapy-Related Computer Systems
R. 64E-5.646 Reports of Teletherapy Surveys, Checks, Tests, and Measurements
R. 64E-5.647 Five Year Inspection for Teletherapy and Gamma Stereotactic Radiosurgery Units
R. 64E-5.648 Radiation Safety Officer
R. 64E-5.649 Training for Uptake, Dilution, or Excretion Studies
R. 64E-5.650 Training for Imaging and Localization Studies for Which a Written Directive Is Not Required
R. 64E-5.652 Training for Use of Manual Brachytherapy Sources
R. 64E-5.653 Training for Ophthalmic Use of Strontium 90
R. 64E-5.654 Training for Use of Sealed Sources for Diagnosis
R. 64E-5.655 Training for Use of Remote Afterloader Units, Teletherapy Units, and Gamma Stereotactic Radiosurgery Units
R. 64E-5.656 Training for and Authorized Medical Physicist
R. 64E-5.657 Training for Experienced RSO, Teletherapy or Medical Physicist, Authorized Medical Physicist, Authorized User, Nuclear Pharmacist, and Authorized Nuclear Pharmacist
R. 64E-5.658 Recentness of Training
R. 64E-5.659 Training for an Authorized Nuclear Pharmacist
R. 64E-5.660 Training for Use of Unsealed Radioactive Material for Which A Written Directive is Required in Rule 63E-5.626, 64E-5.627 or 64E-5.630, F.A.C.
R. 64E-5.661 Training for the Oral Administration of Sodium Iodide I-131 Requiring A Written Directive in Quantities Less Than or Equal to 1.22 Gigabecquerels (33 Millicuries)
R. 64E-5.662 Training for the Oral Administration of Sodium Iodide I-131 Requiring A Written Directive in Quantities Greater Than 1.22 Gigabecquerels (33 Millicuries)
R. 64E-5.663 Training for the Parenteral Administration of Unsealed Radioactive Material Requiring a Written Directive
R. 64E-5.664 Other Medical Uses of Radioactive Material or Radiation From Radioactive Material
R. 64E-5.701 Equipment Requirements
R. 64E-5.702 Area Requirements
R. 64E-5.703 Operating Requirements
R. 64E-5.704 Personnel Requirements
R. 64E-5.801 Registration Requirements
R. 64E-5.802 General Requirements for the Issuance of a Registration Certificate for Particle Accelerators
R. 64E-5.803 Particle Accelerators for Therapeutic Use on Humans
R. 64E-5.804 Limitations
R. 64E-5.805 Shielding and Safety Design Requirements
R. 64E-5.806 Particle Accelerator Controls and Interlock Systems
R. 64E-5.807 Warning Devices
R. 64E-5.808 Operating Procedures
R. 64E-5.809 Radiation Monitoring Requirements
R. 64E-5.810 Ventilation Systems
R. 64E-5.901 Posting of Notices to Workers
R. 64E-5.902 Instructions to Workers
R. 64E-5.903 Notification and Reports to Individuals
R. 64E-5.904 Presence of Representatives of Licensees or Registrants and Workers During Inspection
R. 64E-5.905 Consultation with Workers During Inspections
R. 64E-5.906 Request by Workers for Inspections
R. 64E-5.907 Inspections Not Warranted; Informal Review

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