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On March 21, 2016 Chapter 64E-5 was changed to provide exemptions for security scanners used in prisons and on inmates. A list of these changes is included in Information Notice 2017-01 Revision 15 filing instructions. Changes to Florida Administrative Code (FAC) Chapter 64E-5. (09-27-2017).
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NRC Information Notice 2019-05
POTENTIAL OVER-PRESSURIZATION OF
HIGH SPECIFIC-ACTIVITY ALPHAEMITTING RADIOACTIVITY SOURCES (9/25/2019)
NRC Information Notice 2019-06
PATIENT SKIN CONTAMINATION EVENTS
ASSOCIATED WITH I-131
NEUROBLASTOMA TREATMENTS (9/25/2019)
NRC Information Notice 2019-07
METHODS TO PREVENT MEDICAL EVENTS (9/25/2019)
A current list of approved radiologic technology educational programs is available. Select the type of Radiologic Education Program you are interested in (Radiography, Nuclear Medicine or Radiation Therapy), and a list of ARRT accredited programs in that discipline will generate. (09/24/2019).
Changes to Chapter 64E-4, Florida Administrative Code have been made, effective March 28, 2017. The purpose of the changes was two-fold. First, to update old references to the relevant national standards and federal regulations to reflect the newer versions. Second, to combine the existing laser rule requirements into one rule, 64E-4.001, and one document incorporated by reference, into one PDF, for easier reference. The document incorporated by reference contains all the other laser radiation requirements formerly found in separate regulations (i.e., 64E-4.002, 64E-4.003, etc.). No laser requirements were repealed. (3/28/2017).
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