The Committee on Ionizing Radiation for Human Use exists to provide guidance to the radiation safety program. The Committee on Ionizing Radiation for Human Use establishes program policies for the safe handling of radioactive material and radiation producing machines. The Committee is comprised of no fewer than five but no more than nine members from the Executive Faculty, and shall designate a Chairperson that the Chancellor appoints. Meetings are held no less than once every calendar quarter. Some of the services that the Committee provides are:
To use radioactivity on campus, you must go through the review process by submitting your application to the huCIR. The application must be submitted electronically and must contain all of the information required in the current version of the appropriate application form. All persons are required to complete UCD specific mandatory training before receiving authorization as Principal Investigators or working unsupervised with radioactive materials.
RAM Amendment for Human Use
RAM Renewal Application for Human Use
Radiation Training must be completed prior to using radioactive materials on campus. Please refer to Environmental Health and Safety's Radiation Safety Training web page for information and registration.
If you have any questions please contact the huCIR Corrdinator at 303-724-4743 or send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
June, 2020 Date TBA