Whenever sources of radiation are used at any institution, the safety of personnel and the general public becomes a prime consideration. To insure this safety, federal and state governments have developed regulations designed to protect the public health as related to radiation sources. Consequently, state regulations in agreement with federal standards require the existence of an adequate radiation safety program.
The Radiation Safety Committee and the Office of Prospective Health-Radiation Safety Section have been established to provide a quality radiation protection program for East Carolina University and the School of Dental Medicine. The committee has been authorized by the University Chancellor to review and approve proposals that utilize sources of radiation. The Office of Prospective Health-Radiation Safety Section provides for the daily program operation in compliance with the North Carolina Regulations for the Protection Against Radiation, 15A NCAC 11.
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Marcus Jeannette, RSO
Basic Sciences Radiation Safety Officer
EHS Radiation Technician
Nathan CarlsonLaser Safety Officer (LSO)firstname.lastname@example.org
Radiation badges are sent to each department bimonthly. Upon receipt of your new radiation badge, badges from the prior 2 months must be returned ASAP to:
Office of Prospective Health
Ed Warren Life Sciences Building, Room 188
All radiation dose history reports are available to radiation workers at anytime. Contact Nikki Page to request. The office of Prospective Health will notify you in writing if your radiation dose exceeds 2% of the annual whole body dose of 5000 millirem. So if your dose is greater than 200 millirem for the two month wear period, you will receive a letter from the Radiation Safety Officer.
For radioactive waste pick up, call 252-744-3867 and press #3.