RTIA - Radiological Health Program

 

NRC Press Release

RADIOACTIVE MATERIALS

 

State of West Virginia Regulations:

The Radiological Health Rule 64-CSR-23

 

Nuclear Emergency Planning

West Virginia Division of Homeland Security and Emergency Management: Radiological Planning

KI Policy

Emergency Planning Zone (EPZ) Monitoring

 EPZ Monitoring Locations

Area Radiation Monitor Locations

EPZ Trend Graph

 

 

 


Radiological Health Program

  • Emergency response to radiation accidents
  • Registration and inspection of all facilities with  radiation machines used in West Virginia
  • MQSA (mammography) inspections and ACCREDITATION
  • Provide technical assistance on radiological and radon issues
  • Provide public education and outreach on radiological and radon issues
Radiological Health Program:
Program Chief: Jason Frame, B.S.R.T.(R)
(304) 356-4303-Voice
(304) 558-0524-Fax
Email: Jason.R.Frame@wv.gov
 
NEW Search for Vendors and Medical Physicists registered
             in the State of West Virginia here: https://oehsportal.wvdhhr.org/RTIA_Rad_Health_Vendors_Physicist/Default.aspx

"Disclaimer"....*The links identified below are included because of their relevance to Radiological Health. These links are NOT regulated by the Bureau for Public Health -Radiological Health Program and we cannot be responsible for either their information content or their maintenance. The program information is updated periodically and may not reflect real time data.

Radiological Health Related Links

Frequently Used Information (requires Acrobat Reader - download here)

Registration

  • Form 1TWS: Registration of TENORM Generation or Storage - download
  • Form 1R: Radiation Machine Registration - download
  • Form 1R: Radiation Machine Registration Supplement - download
  • Form 1A: Therapy Machine or Accelerator Registration - download
  • Form 3PR: Registration of Services - Physicist - download 
  • Form 3VR: Registration of services - Vendor - download
  • Form 1W: Radiological Waste Disposal Form - download

For more information contact our agency at 304-558-2981 or the EPA at 1-800-SOS-RADON.

 

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