34-21 RADIATION AND URANIUM RESOURCES EXPOSURE CONTROL
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RADIATION AND URANIUM RESOURCES EXPOSURE CONTROL
State policy as to uses of radiation and uranium resources.
Waste disposal--Approval required--Uranium ore and mine tailings excepted.
Definition of terms.
Governor's agreement for discontinuance of federal responsibility--Funds
available for establishment of protection program.
Transfer of enforcement of radiation safety control activities, measures
pertaining to X ray producing devices and sources of ionizing radiation used for
diagnostic or therapeutic purposes in the practice of all healing arts to secretary
of Department of Health.
Employment of personnel by agency--Delegation of functions.
Training programs to qualify personnel--Participation in federal and interstate
Development of comprehensive policies and programs.
Investigations and research in radiation problems and monitoring.
Consultation and cooperation with federal, public and other agencies.
Acceptance and administration of loans and grants.
Collection and dissemination of information.
Adoption and enforcement of rules and regulations.
Programs for regulation and inspection--Preoperational environmental
radiological monitoring plans.
Incidental powers of agency.
Rules and regulations for control of radiation.
Unauthorized use of radioactive materials as misdemeanor.
Opinions on construction plans--Information from federal and private entities.
Licensing of ionizing radiation sources--Fees.
Rules and regulations for licensing of nuclear materials and equipment.
Registration or licensing required for handling of radioactive materials--Misdemeanor--Exemption of materials without hazard.
Recognition of other state or federal licenses--Previously issued federal license.
Notice to secretary of extension or alteration of program by registrant or
licensee--Failure to notify as misdemeanor.
Unauthorized exposure to diagnostic or therapeutic radiation as misdemeanor.
Records required with respect to ionizing radiation sources and environmental
Individual exposure records for ionizing radiation.
Records submitted to agency on request.
Individual exposure records furnished to employees.
Access of agency personnel to premises for inspection and investigations--Examination and maintenance of records.
Inspection of radiation sources to evaluate compliance--Upgrading monitoring
Inspections for radiation hazards--Report to operator.
Orders abating discharge of radioactive material.
Impounding of radiation sources for violations.
Files maintained by agency.
Procedure on license matters.
Notice of suspected violations--Opportunity for hearing.
Order finding violation--Forwarding to violator.
Hearing on suspected violation--Hearing officers.
Findings and decision.
Emergency order to protect public health and safety--Immediate effect.
Hearing on emergency order--Finality of order.
Appeal from agency order or determination.
, 34-21-43. Omitted.
Violation as misdemeanor--Injunction--Each day as separate violation.
Injunction proceedings brought by attorney general.
Chapter supplementary to other legislation.
Notice by federal agency prior to transmitting waste.
Time for notice.
Transportation without timely notice prohibited.
Investigation of waste disposal applicants located within fifty miles of state
Felony convictions or permit violations by applicant may result in legal actions.
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