Nevada Public Health and Safety
Sec. § 459.030
Duties of state agency for control of radiation.


For the protection of public health and safety, the Division shall:

1.

Develop and conduct programs for the evaluation of and response to hazards associated with the use of sources of ionizing radiation.

2.

Develop programs and formulate, with due regard for compatibility with federal programs, regulations for adoption by the State Board of Health regarding:

(a)

Licensing and regulation of by-product materials, source materials, special nuclear materials and other radioactive materials, including radioactive waste.

(b)

Control of other sources of ionizing radiation.

3.

Adopt such regulations as may be necessary to administer the provisions of NRS 459.010 to 459.290, inclusive.

4.

Collect and disseminate information relating to control of sources of ionizing radiation, including:

(a)

Maintenance of a file of all license applications, issuances, denials, amendments, transfers, renewals, modifications, suspensions and revocations.

(b)

Maintenance of a file of registrants possessing sources of ionizing radiation which require registration pursuant to the provisions of NRS 459.010 to 459.290, inclusive. The file must include a record of any administrative or judicial action pertaining to such registrants.

(c)

Maintenance of a file of all regulations, pending or promulgated, relating to the regulation of sources of ionizing radiation, and any proceedings pertaining to the regulations.
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