Title 180 NAC is created based the on
Radiation Control Act (Neb. Rev. Stat.§§71-3501-3520) and in conjunction with Suggested State Regulations from the Conference of Radiation Control Program Directors (CRCPD), industry standards, and U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission (NRC) requirements.
See the following chapters for:
Regulatory Guides describe acceptable methods of implementing specific parts of the regulations. Comments and suggestions for improvements in these Regulatory Guides are encouraged at all times and they will be revised, as appropriate, to accommodate comments and to reflect new information or experience.
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Application Forms, Attestations, Notices, & Reports.
For more information about a specific application (NRH 4, NRH-5, NRH-5A, NRH-7, NRH-7A, NRH-9 or NRH-21),
feel free to contact the Office of Radiological Health.
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The U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission (NRC) publishes information notices to provide information regarding safety, safeguards, or environmental issues. The notices bring significant, recently identified safety, security, or environmental information to the attention of licensees. NRC expects licensees to review the information for applicability to their facilities and consider appropriate actions to avoid similar problems.
Regulatory issue summaries (a new product) are used to (1) document NRC endorsement of the resolution of issues addressed by industry-sponsored initiatives, (2) solicit voluntary licensee participation in staff-sponsored pilot programs, (3) inform licensee of opportunities for regulatory relief, (4) announce staff technical or policy positions not previously communicated to industry or not broadly understood, and (5) address matters previously reserved for administrative letters.
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These Notices and Summaries can also be accessed at the NRC Generic Communications site.
The following manual serves as a guide and provides examples for the conduct of proceeding under the Radiation Control Act, the administrative procedures of the Department and the Formal Hearing Procedures of the Department of Health and Human Services, for the issuing, denying, renewing, transferring, amending, suspending, revoking of any license, registration or certification of persons to use radiation sources and for determining compliance with or granting of exemptions from Department rule, order, or condition of license or certification of persons; for assessing administrative penalties; and for determining content of other Department orders.