§ 23-1.3-6. Records.
(a) The administrator may require each person who possesses or uses a radiation source or who is licensed by or registered with the radiation control agency to maintain records relating to the receipt, storage, transfer, or disposal of radiation sources and any other records as he or she may require subject to exemptions that may be provided by rules or regulations.
(b) The administrator shall require each person who possesses or uses a radiation source or who is licensed by or registered with the agency to maintain appropriate records showing the radiation exposure of all individuals for whom personnel monitoring is required by his or her rules and regulations. Copies of these records and those required to be kept by subsection (a) of this section shall be submitted to the administrator on request. Any person possessing or using a radiation source or licensed by or registered with the agency shall furnish to each employee for whom personnel monitoring is required a copy of that employee's personal exposure record, at any time that employee makes a request in writing, has received excessive exposure, and upon termination of employment.
(c) The administrator may require the reporting of information that he or she deems necessary for the protection of the public concerning:
(1) The routine and non-routine operations of fixed facilities within the state in which sources of radiation are stored or in use; and
(2) The transport of radioactive materials within or through the state.
(d) All records required by this section shall be maintained indefinitely unless otherwise specified by rule or regulation promulgated under the provisions of this chapter.
(P.L. 1976, ch. 195, § 1.)