New Hampshire Code of Administrative Rules
He - Department of Health and Human Services
Subtitle He-P - Former Division of Public Health Services
Section He-P 4030.01 - Requirements

Universal Citation: NH Admin Rules He-P 4030.01

Current through Register No. 12, March 21, 2024

(a) No person shall manufacture, produce, receive, possess, use, transfer, own, or acquire byproduct materials, except as authorized pursuant to a license issued by the department of health and human services radiological health section (DHHS/RHS), or as otherwise provided in this chapter.

(b) In addition to the requirements of He-P 4030:

(1) All licensees shall be subject to the requirements of He-P 4001, He-P 4003, He-P 4019 through He-P 4024, He-P 4037, and He-P 4090 or its equivalent 10 CFR 20 Appendix B, through He-P 4096;

(2) Licensees engaged in industrial radiographic operations shall be subject to the requirements of He-P 4034;

(3) Licensees using byproduct materials in the healing arts shall be subject to the requirements of He-P 4035;

(4) Licensees engaged in land disposal of byproduct material shall be subject to the requirements of He-P 4062;

(5) Licensees engaged in wireline and subsurface tracer studies shall be subject to the requirements of He-P 4039;

(6) Licensees engaged in the manufacture or transfer of certain items containing byproduct material shall be subject to He-P 4032;

(7) Licensees of broad scope for other than human use shall be subject to He-P 4033;

(8) General licenses shall be subject to He-P 4031;

(9) Licensees engaged in irradiator operations shall be subject to the requirements of He-P 4036; and

(10) Licensees that possess and use accelerator-produced byproduct material or discrete sources of radium 226 shall be subject to the requirements of He-P 4030.

(c) All applications, supplements, and supporting documents submitted to DHHS/RHS shall:

(1) Be the original document and one copy;

(2) Be dated and include an original signature of the applicant, licensee, the applicant or licensee's management that performs decision making functions for the applicant or licensee, or a person duly authorized in writing by the applicant, licensee or the applicant or licensee's management to make binding commitments and to sign documents on the licensee or applicant's behalf.

(3) The signed application shall include a certificate of the applicant's or the licensee's information, as follows:

"I certify under penalty of law that this document and all attachments were prepared in conformity with the New Hampshire Rules for the Control of Radiation under my direction or supervision. The information submitted is, to the best of my knowledge and belief, true, accurate, and complete. I am aware that there are significant penalties for submitting false information, including the possibility of fine and imprisonment for knowing violations.";

(4) Include the certificate in He-P 4030.01(c)(2) above as part of any document submitted to DHHS/RHS with the application, or filed thereafter; and

(5) Be mailed to DHHS/RHS as specified in He-P 4001.08.

(d) Documentation including attached sheets of information, supplements, sketches, and drawings may be submitted on paper sized 8 ½ x 11 inches, any larger drawings shall be folded to size 8 ½ x 11 inches.

(See Revision Note at part heading for He-P 4030) #6942, eff 2-1-99; ss by #8800, INTERIM, eff 2-1-07, EXPIRED: 7-31-07

New. #8959, eff 8-7-07

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