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(Samples of common signs, postings, markings and labeling)
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CRM Posting CRA Posting CHRA Posting CARA Posting
For areas or rooms where radioactive material is used or stored (33-10-04.1-13.2.e) For areas or rooms in excess of 5 mR/hr at 30cm from the source of radiation (33-10-04.1-13.2.a) For areas or rooms in excess of 100 mR/hr at 30cm from the source or radiation (33-10-04.1-13.2.b) Areas, rooms or enclosures where airborne radioactivity exceeds prescribed limitations (33-10-04.1-13.2.d)
GDVHRA Posting Restricted Area Posting UN3332 Marking UN 2915 Marking
For areas or rooms in excess of 500 R/hr at one meter from the source of radiation (33-10-04.1-13.2.c) For an area or room where access is limited by the licensee for the purpose of protecting individuals from undue radiation exposure. Package Marking for a non-fissile sealed source, transported within a DOT 7A package. Package Marking for a non-fissile unsealed source, transported within a DOT 7A package.
UN 2916 Marking 1 UN 2916 Marking 2 UN 2916 Marking 3 RQ Marking
Package Marking for a non-fissile sealed source, transported within the specified NRC Type B package.
(SPEC-150 IR Camera)
Package Marking for a non-fissile sealed source, transported within the specified DOT Type B package.
(AEA-660 IR Camera)
Package Marking for a non-fissile sealed source, transported within the specified NRC Type B package.
(AEA-880 IR Camera)
The "Reportable Quantity" label must be included on package markings for quantities exceeding the levels stated in 49 CFR 172.101 Appendix A, Table 2.
White I Label Yellow II Label Yellow III Label Empty Label
"Radioactive White-I" package label when transport index is below 0.05 and max contact reading is less than 0.5 mR/hr as stated in 49 CFR 172.403. "Radioactive Yellow-II" package label when transport index is not more than 1 and max contact reading is less than 50 mR/hr as stated in 49 CFR 172.403. "Radioactive Yellow-III" package label when transport index is not more than 10 and max contact reading is less than 200 mR/hr as stated in 49 CFR 172.403. For packages previously containing radioactive material, emptied of contents as far as practicable and meeting the further requirements of 49 CFR 173.428.
Radioactive Material Placard Cargo Aircraft Label Orientation Label
  1. Radioactive Marking
  2. LSA Marking
  3. SCO Marking
"Radioactive" placard placed on the exterior of the transport vehicle for Yellow-III or Exclusive Use LSA or SCO shipments as stated in 49 CFR 172.504. Cargo aircraft only label to indicate packages of radioactive material may not be loaded into passenger aircraft as stated in 49 CFR 172.448. Package orientation label for packages containing radioactive material in liquid form as stated in 49 CFR 172.312.
  1. Marking for: Excepted package - limited quantity of material (49 CFR 173.421)

  2. Marking for: Excepted package -low specific activity (49 CFR 173.427)

  3. Marking for: Excepted package - surface contaminated objects (49 CFR 173.427)

Nuclear Medicine Sticker

  Decay Sticker   Calibration Sticker   Badge Poster

Sample of a notice placed on patient chart following administration of radioactive material as a notice to nursing staff and/or other hospital personnel.

Label or sticker for radioactive waste to be held for decay. Calibration sticker to be placed on radiation survey meter or other instrument.   Poster to remind workers to always wear film badges, TLDs or other personnel monitoring devices when working with radioactive material..

 


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