[ RadSafe ] Lost check source
james.tracy at nist.gov
Wed Dec 12 09:56:37 CST 2007
The following NRC link provides detail on exempt quantity sources
owned by a specific licensee.
>Date: Tue, 11 Dec 2007 20:19:33 EST
>From: BLHamrick at aol.com
>Subject: Re: [ RadSafe ] Lost Check Source
>To: GRMarshall at philotechnics.com, radsafe at radlab.nl
>Message-ID: <c51.1bb178f5.34909125 at aol.com>
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>What Glenn says is generally true, because NRC and most other Agreement
>States exempt "persons" from licensing, not the specific
>"items." So, if you are
>a "person" already specifically licensed, you cannot be a "person exempt."
>California's regulations, however, exempt the items, not the persons, so if
>the item was manufactured and distributed under an
>NRC E-distribution license
>(or an Agreement State E-license for certain NARM), then, in California, the
>item is exempt from the regulations to the extent authorized by the
>(some exemptions have limitations), including disposal, because California
>regulations define "possession" to include receipt, possession,
>or disposal of radioactive material (see 17 CCR 30100(n).
>Barbara L. Hamrick
>In a message dated 12/11/2007 1:52:35 PM Pacific Standard Time,
>GRMarshall at philotechnics.com writes:
>If the client has a license, then all radioactive material in his
>possession is licensed material. He can't just say "Oh, it's exempt -
>never mind." Refer to 10 CFR 20.2001. It's not reportable under 10 CFR
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