Nevada Public Health and Safety
Sec. § 459.201
Licensing and registration of sources of ionizing radiation.


1.

The State Board of Health shall, with due regard for compatibility with federal programs, adopt regulations for:

(a)

General or specific licensing of persons to receive, possess or transfer radioactive materials, or devices or equipment utilizing such materials. Every such regulation shall provide for amendment, suspension or revocation of licenses.

(b)

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

(c)

Control of other sources of ionizing radiation.

2.

The Division may require:

(a)

Registration and inspection of sources of ionizing radiation which do not require specific licensing.

(b)

Compliance with specific standards to be promulgated by the State Board of Health.

3.

The State Board of Health may exempt certain sources of ionizing radiation, or kinds of uses or users of such sources, from the licensing or registration requirements set forth in this section if the Board makes a finding that the exemption of such sources of ionizing radiation, or kinds of uses or users of such sources, will not constitute a significant risk to the health and safety of the public.

4.

Regulations promulgated pursuant to NRS 459.010 to 459.290, inclusive, may provide for recognition of such other state or federal licenses as the State Board of Health may consider desirable, subject to such registration requirements as the State Board of Health may prescribe.
Source
Last accessed
Oct. 17, 2019