The student has the option for continuance in the program without modification. Therefore, a policy has been established to provide guidance to the RSO when dealing with situations where deviations from the radiation safety program occur.
The request for leave, dates of leave and expected date of delivery should be made in writing no later than the seventh month of pregnancy. In addition, no radioactive material may be received including transfers by the PH until the circumstances which lead up to the suspension of radioactive material receipt can be reviewed by the RRSC.
OSHA will keep all identities confidential. Some clinics require proof of individual health insurance coverage. All related costs are the responsibility of the student.
If a worker has been retaliated against for using their rights, they must file a complaint with OSHA as soon as possible, but no later than 30 days.
All costs due to an injury incurred while in an educational status are the responsibility of the student.
Badges not turned in are considered lost badges. The badges are to be used only in the clinical setting. At which time her radiation exposure and monitoring will revert back to that on an undeclared student.
When interning in the clinical setting, the students must follow the safety regulations of that clinical setting. This policy assures that students are appropriately screened for magnetic wave or radiofrequency hazards. This policy also serves to notify PHs of what action is to be expected when such deviations are noted in areas and procedures under their control.
This policy ensures students are oriented to their clinical environment. Receive information and training in a language and vocabulary the worker understands about workplace hazards, methods to prevent them, and the OSHA standards that apply to their workplace.
A second appropriate radiation monitor will be furnished to the pregnant student to monitor the dose of fetal radiation.
Deviations in this category are termed "violations. A student generating a beam of radiation for a patient treatment without following the above procedure is subject to dismissal from the program. This sub-committee will decide if radionuclide receipt and use will be allowed to continue based on the compliance history and any corrective actions proposed by the PH.
The BC account settings for high readings are as follows: In addition, the student must become familiar with any communicable disease policy in effect at Bellevue College.
TLD badges are collected and re-issued on a quarterly basis Each student will be advised of radiation levels upon request or if excessive.
For more information, visit www. The following is the description of action to be taken by the RSO and the PH when a certain number of points is reached or exceeded:AUBURN UNIVERSITY. RADIATION SAFETY.
POLICY AND PROCEDURES MANUAL. Edition. Auburn University. Risk Management and Safety Leach Science Center. Radiation Safety ACR recommendations and resources designed to assist you in providing effective imaging and therapy while minimizing the potential risk during exposure to ionizing radiation.
POLICY STATEMENT. University of Minnesota (University) faculty, staff, and students must comply with federal and state regulations and University policies and procedures when conducting research, clinical and teaching activities with, or storage of, radioactive materials and ionizing radiation producing devices.
This Radiation Safety Policy Manual contains t he general poli cies and and with the policies and procedures promulgated by t he Radiation Safety Committee. Although the use of r adiati on sources is governed by c omplex reg ulat ions and license conditions, the knowledge and perfo rma nce requ ired o f ind ividu al rad iation user s is.
The manual actually becomes a policy of the institution, and is submitted with the material license and established radiation safety procedures of this institution. radiation safety staff and/or outside consultants.
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POLICY: USM RADIATION SAFETY POLICY AND PROCEDURE MANUAL Organizational Structure 1. Organization: The Radiation Safety Committee (RSC) will be responsible for evaluation of proposed written safety procedures and RSO audits to ensure adequacy of the institution's management control systems.
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