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ARMY AR 385-11

IONIZING RADIATION PROTECTION (LICENSING, CONTROL, TRANSPORTATION, DISPOSAL, AND RADIATION SAFETY)

inactive, Most Current
Organization: ARMY
Publication Date: 1 May 1980
Status: inactive
Page Count: 41
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Purpose. This regulation establishes policies and responsibilities for the licensing, control, transportation, and disposal of radioactive material, and ionizing-radiation-producing devices and their related hazards.

Applicability. a. This regulation applies to-

(1) All Department of the Army (DA) agencies, commands, and installations, (including the Army National Guard and the US Army Reserve) that procure, produce, use, store, handle, maintain, or dispose of radioactive materials or ionizing-radiation-producing devices.

(2) Civil Defense and Corps of Engineers Civil Works radioactive material when used or stored on an Army installation.

(3) Any non-Army organization wanting to store or use radioactive material or ionizing radiation- producing devices on property under Army control.

b. This regulation does not apply to radioactive materials for-

(1) Medical use (see AR 40-47).

(2) Nuclear weapons (see AR 50-5).

(3) Nuclear reactor fuel and items made radioactive (activated) during reactor operation while under the direct control of the nuclear reactor staff. This regulation does apply, however, to activated material when transferred and to the nuclear reactor facility after the fuel has been removed.

Document History

ARMY AR 385-11
May 1, 1980
IONIZING RADIATION PROTECTION (LICENSING, CONTROL, TRANSPORTATION, DISPOSAL, AND RADIATION SAFETY)
Purpose. This regulation establishes policies and responsibilities for the licensing, control, transportation, and disposal of radioactive material, and ionizing-radiation-producing devices and their...

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