Radioactive Materials Section

The Radioactive Materials Section consists of Wayne Malloch. The Radiation Control Program, through an agreement with the U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission, has the authority to license the possession and use of radioactive materials within the State of Maine.

There are currently 130 radioactive materials licensees within the State of Maine. These include hospitals, construction companies, lead-in-paint testers, paper mills, energy production facilities and colleges and universities. Out-of-state companies entering the state to work must register with the program, pay an annual fee and file notices when performing work in-state.

Policy and Procedure Notices LICENSEE INFORMATION
Policy 93-01 Medical Use of Cobalt-57 Rules Page (effective 11/10/2009)
Policy 93-03 Reciprocity Fees Consolidated Guidance for Materials Licensees (NRC)
Policy 94-01 Metastron (Sr-89 Cl injection) Portable Gauge Licensing guidance (NRC)
Policy 94-02 Training for Part G RSO's Licensee Newsletter (NRC)
Policy 94-03 Misadministration Definition Industrial Radiography Licensing guidance (NRC)
Policy 95-01 Guidance on Required Elements of a Written Directive FORMS Page
(license applications, information requests, etc.)

Reciprocity requests

U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission home page


FOR ADDITIONAL INFORMATION CALL THE RADIATION CONTROL PROGRAM AT:
207-287-5676