[ RadSafe ] NVLAP Approves Real-Time Dosimeters
sperle at mirion.com
Wed Oct 10 15:37:42 CDT 2012
The standard used is ANSI N13.11-2009, used for any device, passive or active. The facility must obtain their own approval, not the Vendor. The instadose device is approved for NVLAP accreditation as well as other international accreditations and that accreditation is covered by the provider of the service. All other electronic dosimeters that are used in a facility must go to the testing proficiency part of an accreditation as well as an on-site accreditation visit by a NVLAP technical expert.
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On Oct 11, 2012, at 7:28 AM, "Hoffman, Daniel E" <Daniel.Hoffman at covidien.com> wrote:
> Hello RadSafers - I'm looking for operating experience/feedback in regard to "Instadose" electronic dosimeters or any others that may be out there that may be used for official dose of record purposes.
> Also interested in pricing and other relevant information.
> Vendors please submit your responses directly to me rather than the entire listserver.
> Dan Hoffman
> Daniel E. Hoffman, CHP, CSP
> Radiation Safety Officer
> 2703 Wagner Place
> Maryland Heights, MO 63043
> 314-654-7906 (office)
> 314-625-1881 (cell)
> daniel.hoffman at covidien.com
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