[ RadSafe ] NYC permitting of detectors: NYPD proposes some changes.
Clayton J Bradt
cjb01 at health.state.ny.us
Mon Feb 11 08:23:06 CST 2008
Any alarms to date have been, necessarily false alarms. The number of
alarms to which NYPD and FDNY have responded to is unknown to me, but I am
certain that the vast majority are self-generated. I can't think of any
reason why institutions with active monitoring programs (i.e. licensees)
would report any alarms to the police.
Clayton J. Bradt
Assistant Bureau Director
NYS Dept. of Health
<crispy_bird at yaho
Steven Dapra <sjd at swcp.com>,
02/10/2008 11:20 Clayton J Bradt
AM <cjb01 at health.state.ny.us>,
radsafe at radlab.nl
Re: [ RadSafe ] NYC permitting of
detectors: NYPD proposes some
I am not sure if this question was asked or answered, but now many false
alarms have the NYC authorities responded to? I am referring to those that
they did not generate themselves, e.g. transportation of nuclear medicine
Steven Dapra <sjd at swcp.com> wrote:
To express it in a way that may be more elegant, the law is still
unnecessary, and it still gives government too much power.
At 10:57 AM 2/4/08 -0500, Clayton J Bradt wrote:
>NYPD is drafting some changes in the proposed law and has drafted proposed
>regs. Below are the most relevant passages. I don't know if these have
>been posted anywhere, I couldn't find them on the City Council web site,
>I'm just posting excerpts.
>As originally written, the law was outrageous and stupid. Now its just
>Clayton J. Bradt
>Assistant Bureau Director
>NYS Dept. of Health
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