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IEEE - ANSI N323D - INSTALLED RADIATION PROTECTION INSTRUMENTATION Organization: IEEE
Date: 2002-09-03
Description: ., near background to < 10 µSv/h) instruments, air monitors, and air samplers are addressed by ANSI N323B and ANSI N323C, respectively.Throughout this standard, three verbs have been used to show the degree of rigor intended for each specific criterion.
AAMI TIR29 - GUIDE FOR PROCESS CONTROL IN RADIATION STERILIZATION Organization: AAMI
Date: 2012-01-01
Description: This technical information report (TIR) provides additional guidance for establishing and meeting the irradiator Operational Qualification (OQ), Performance Qualification (PQ), and routine control requirements for radiation sterilization as defined in ANSI/AAMI/ISO 11137-1 for gamma, electron beam, and X-ray sterilization.
IEEE N42.42 - DATA FORMAT FOR RADIATION DETECTORS USED FOR HOMELAND SECURITY Organization: IEEE
Date: 2013-04-15
Description: The performance requirements for these types of radiation measurement instruments are described in other standards such as ANSI N42.321, ANSI N42.33, ANSI N42.34, ANSI N42.35, ANSI N42.38, ANSI N42.43, ANSI N42.48, ANSI N42.49A, and ANSI N42.53.
IEEE N323AB - RADIATION PROTECTION INSTRUMENTATION TEST AND CALIBRATION, PORTABLE SURVEY INSTRUMENTS Organization: IEEE
Date: 2013-12-16
Description: Specific requirements for personal radiation detectors (PRDs), spectroscopic PRDs (SPRDs), and alarming electronic personal emergency radiation detectors (PERDs) are detailed in ANSI N42.32 [B9], ANSI N42.48 [B14], and ANSI N42.49A [B15], respectively.
IEEE N42.20 - AMERICAN NATIONAL STANDARD PERFORMANCE CRITERIA FOR ACTIVE PERSONNEL RADIATION MONITORS Organization: IEEE
Date: 2003-08-22
Description: Recent developments in this area of instrumentation have necessitated the revision of ANSI N42.20-1995 for these devices. This standard should be used in conjunction with ANSI N42.17a-2003.
IEC 62755 - RADIATION PROTECTION INSTRUMENTATION – DATA FORMAT FOR RADIATION INSTRUMENTS USED IN THE DETECTION OF ILLICIT TRAFFICKING OF RADIOACTIVE MATERIALS - EDITION 1.0 Organization: IEC
Date: 2012-10-01
Description: To ensure the largest interoperability of radiation instruments and worldwide operations, the technical content (e.g. data elements and attributes, document structure) of this standard matches the ANSI/IEEE N42.42 standard [28]. 1 Numbers in square brackets refer to the Bibliography.
BSI - BS 4803-3 - RADIATION SAFETY OF LASER PRODUCTS AND SYSTEMS PART 3: GUIDANCE FOR USERS - AMD 4824: JULY 1984; AMD 4896: AUGUST 30, 1985 Organization: BSI
Date: 1983-02-28
Description: Contains information for calculation of radiation hazards. Based on the latest information including data from ANSI Z-136.
BSI - BS 4803-2 - RADIATION SAFETY OF LASER PRODUCTS AND SYSTEMS PART 2: MANUFACTURING REQUIREMENTS FOR LASER PRODUCTS - AMD 4623: JULY 1984; AMD 4725: NOVEMBER 1984; AMD 4897: AUGUST 1985 Organization: BSI
Date: 1983-02-28
Description: Based on the latest information available including data from ANSI Z-136.
IEEE - ANSI N323B - RADIATION PROTECTION INSTRUMENTATION TEST AND CALIBRATION, PORTABLE SURVEY INSTRUMENTATION FOR NEAR BACKGROUND OPERATION Organization: IEEE
Date: 2003-09-30
Description: This standard is intended to define performance requirements and acceptance testing that supplements those established in ANSI N42.17A-1989 [B7] and ANSI N42.17C-1989 [B8], and to define calibration requirements that supplement those established in ANSI N323A-1998 [B6].
ISA 60079-28 - EXPLOSIVE ATMOSPHERES – PART 28: PROTECTION OF EQUIPMENT AND TRANSMISSION SYSTEMS USING OPTICAL RADIATION - EDITION 1.1; 12.21.02 Organization: ISA
Date: 2012-12-05
Description: This standard does not cover ignition by ultraviolet radiation and by absorption of the radiation in the explosive mixture itself.
IEEE N42.32 - AMERICAN NATIONAL STANDARD PERFORMANCE CRITERIA FOR ALARMING PERSONAL RADIATION DETECTORS FOR HOMELAND SECURITY Organization: IEEE
Date: 2016-01-01
Description: This standard does not apply to spectroscopic PRDs that have the ability to identity radionuclides. The ANSI N42.48 standard [B12] covers spectroscopic PRDs.
IEEE N42.48 - PERFORMANCE REQUIREMENTS FOR SPECTROSCOPIC PERSONAL RADIATION DETECTORS (SPRDS) FOR HOMELAND SECURITY Organization: IEEE
Date: 2008-01-01
Description: They are also not meant to provide radionuclide identification at the same level as radionuclide identification detectors defined in ANSI N42.34.1 Successful completion of the tests described in this standard should not be construed as an ability to identify all radionuclides in all environments.
IEEE 301 - STANDARD TEST PROCEDURES FOR AMPLIFIERS AND PREAMPLIFIERS USED WITH DETECTORS OF IONIZING RADIATION Organization: IEEE
Date: 1988-10-20
Description: ForewordThis standard describes test procedures for amplifiers and preamplifiers that are used with semiconductor, scintillation, and proportional detectors in the spectrometry of ionizing radiation. It supersedes ANSI/IEEE Std 301-1976, IEEE Standard Test Procedures for Amplifiers and Preamplifiers for Semiconductor Radiation Detectors for Ionizing Radiation.
AAMI TIR33 - STERILIZATION OF HEALTH CARE PRODUCTS - RADIATION - SUBSTANTIATION OF A SELECTED STERILIZATION DOSE - METHOD VDMAX Organization: AAMI
Date: 2005-01-01
Description: NOTE 1—This method of sterilization dose substantiation may be used to meet the product qualification requirements specified in ANSI/AAMI/ISO 11137. NOTE 2—This TIR is considered informative, and use of the terms shall, should, and so forth should be considered only within the context of this TIR.
IEEE N4.1 - GUIDE FOR CLASSIFYING ELECTRICAL INSULATING MATERIALS EXPOSED TO NEUTRON AND GAMMA RADIATION - BEST COPY AVAILABLE Organization: IEEE
Date: 1967-01-01
Description: This standard was proposed by American National Standards Committee N42 on Nuclear Instrumentation and adopted by ANSI in order to provide for interchangeability of safe high voltage connectors in nuclear instrument applications.
HPS - ANSI/HPS N43.3 - FOR GENERAL RADIATION SAFETY – INSTALLATIONS USING NON-MEDICAL X-RAY AND SEALED GAMMA-RAY SOURCES, ENERGIES UP TO 10 MEV FOR GENERAL RADIATION SAFETY – INSTALLATIONS USING NON-MEDICAL X-RAY AND SEALED GAMMA-RAY SOURCES, ENERGIES UP TO 10 MEV Organization: HPS
Date: 2008-01-01
Description: Annexes contain technical information useful for design of radiation shielding. It should be noted that this standard covers a range of radiation sources similar to that of ANSI/HPS N43.11, "Safe Operating Practice for Non-Medical X-ray Radiographic and Radioscopic Equipment."
IEEE N42.35 - AMERICAN NATIONAL STANDARD FOR EVALUATION AND PERFORMANCE OF RADIATION DETECTION PORTAL MONITORS FOR USE IN HOMELAND SECURITY Organization: IEEE
Date: 2016-01-01
Description: Performance requirements for portal monitors with radionuclide identification capabilities are addressed by the ANSI N42.38 standard [B19]. Performance requirements for mobile and transportable systems are addressed by the ANSI N42.43 standard [B20].
IEEE - ANSI N42.49B - AMERICAN NATIONAL STANDARD FOR PERFORMANCE CRITERIA FOR NON-ALARMING PERSONAL EMERGENCY RADIATION DETECTORS (PERDS) FOR EXPOSURE CONTROL Organization: IEEE
Date: 2013-01-01
Description: The scope of this standard is to establish minimum performance criteria and test requirements for nonalarming radiation detectors used to manage the exposure of emergency responders to photon radiation. The detectors shall provide rapid and clear indication of the level of radiation exposure.
IEEE - ANSI N42.49A - AMERICAN NATIONAL STANDARD FOR PERFORMANCE CRITERIA FOR NON-ALARMING PERSONAL EMERGENCY RADIATION DETECTORS (PERDS) FOR EXPOSURE CONTROL Organization: IEEE
Date: 2011-01-01
Description: The scope of this standard is to establish minimum performance criteria and test requirements for four categories of alarming electronic radiation measurement instruments used to manage exposure by alerting the emergency responders when they are exposed to photon radiation. The instruments provide rapid and clear indication of the level of radiation exposure and/or exposure rate and readily recognizable alarms.
CEN - EN ISO 11137-1 - STERILIZATION OF HEALTH CARE PRODUCTS - RADIATION - PART 1: REQUIREMENTS FOR DEVELOPMENT, VALIDATION AND ROUTINE CONTROL OF A STERILIZATION PROCESS FOR MEDICAL DEVICES Organization: CEN
Date: 2015-06-01
Description: NOTE Attention is drawn to regional and national requirements for designating medical devices as "sterile." See, for example, EN 556-1 or ANSI/AAMI ST67. This part of ISO 11137 does not specify a quality management system for the control of all stages of production of medical devices.

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