Oregon Statutes - Chapter 453 - Hazardous Substances; Radiation Sources - Section 453.695 - Records concerning radiation source; notice of exposure to radiation source.

(1) When the Department of Human Services by regulation so requires, any person who possesses or uses a radiation source shall cause to be made, in the manner prescribed by the department, records relating to the receipt, storage, transfer and disposition of the source and to such other matters as the department prescribes.

(2) Any person who possesses or uses a radiation source shall cause to be made, in the manner prescribed by the department, records showing the radiation exposure of any individual who is affected by such possession or use and for whom the department by regulation requires personnel monitoring.

(3)(a) Each person who possesses or uses a radiation source and who has reason to believe that any individual has received from that source radiation exposure in excess of the maximum permissible exposure established for an individual by regulations of the department shall give that individual notice of the possible exposure with a copy of any record of the exposure.

(b) Any person who possesses or uses a radiation source and who, in connection with that possession or use, employs an individual for whom the department by regulation requires personnel monitoring, in addition to any requirement of paragraph (a) of this subsection shall, if the individual so requests or if regulations of the department so require, give the individual a copy of the individualís personnel monitoring exposure record annually and at the end of the employment.

(4) Upon the request of the department or its authorized representative, the custodian of any record required by this section shall give a copy of that record to the department or its authorized representative. [1961 c.664 §10]

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