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GENERAL NFORMATION

Authorized Building & Room

Radionuclides Used & Maximum Activity On-hand:

POSTING & LABELING

Use & storage room/areas

Source vials & storage area

Waste containers

RADIOACTIVE WASTE MANAGEMENT

Sewer disposal prohibited

"Mixed" wastes properly identified

Adequate waste storage location

Wastes properly segregated

Waste containers not overfilled

Secondary containment for liquids

Containers properly labeled

SECURITY OF LICENSED MATERIALS

Stock vials secured

Waste storage areas secured

LABORATORY

Material use areas approved

Plastic-backed absorbent paper utilized

Fume hood adequate airflow

Airflow checked quarterly

PERSONNEL PROTECTION

Use of gloves

Use of lab coats

Use of shielding, if required

Eating, drinking, food/utensil storage prohibited

Mouth pipetting prohibited

PERSONNEL MONITORING

Whole body badges

Ring badges & fetal monitors

Proper badge use & storage

RECORDS

Copy of approval to use radioisotopes

Receipt & inventory records

Disposal records

Decay-in-storage records

Survey records

Leak test records

TRAINING

Personnel trained

Training up to date

Laboratory orientation provided

SURVEYS

Adequate survey frequency

Appropriate instrumentation utilized

Proper interpretation & reporting of results

Meter equipped with operational check source

Surveys performed after each use

Survey meter available & operational

RECOMMENDATIONS

Enter recommendations here

COMPLETION
Full Name and Signature of Inspector

Laboratory Radiation Safety Checklist

Created by: SafetyCulture Staff | Industry: General | Downloads: 26

Use this template to ensure safety when working with radioactive devices in the laboratory. Begin by detailing the building and room information and the radionuclides used for the activity. Check if the storage rooms and waste containers are adequate as well as the disposal practices for radioactive materials. Evaluate if laboratory safety measures are followed including personnel protection and monitoring for all workers. Lastly, training and survey records must be updated to ensure that all workers are competent and permitted to work during risky conditions.

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Audit

GENERAL NFORMATION

Authorized Building & Room

Radionuclides Used & Maximum Activity On-hand:

POSTING & LABELING

Use & storage room/areas

Source vials & storage area

Waste containers

RADIOACTIVE WASTE MANAGEMENT

Sewer disposal prohibited

"Mixed" wastes properly identified

Adequate waste storage location

Wastes properly segregated

Waste containers not overfilled

Secondary containment for liquids

Containers properly labeled

SECURITY OF LICENSED MATERIALS

Stock vials secured

Waste storage areas secured

LABORATORY

Material use areas approved

Plastic-backed absorbent paper utilized

Fume hood adequate airflow

Airflow checked quarterly

PERSONNEL PROTECTION

Use of gloves

Use of lab coats

Use of shielding, if required

Eating, drinking, food/utensil storage prohibited

Mouth pipetting prohibited

PERSONNEL MONITORING

Whole body badges

Ring badges & fetal monitors

Proper badge use & storage

RECORDS

Copy of approval to use radioisotopes

Receipt & inventory records

Disposal records

Decay-in-storage records

Survey records

Leak test records

TRAINING

Personnel trained

Training up to date

Laboratory orientation provided

SURVEYS

Adequate survey frequency

Appropriate instrumentation utilized

Proper interpretation & reporting of results

Meter equipped with operational check source

Surveys performed after each use

Survey meter available & operational

RECOMMENDATIONS

Enter recommendations here

COMPLETION
Full Name and Signature of Inspector