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Jason Juarez
Jason Juarez
08:15 Oct-24-2007
Working without IRRSP

My empolyer wants me to do a job on the border of California and Arizona. I don't have an IRRSP cert. Is there any possible way that I could still do this job out of state?


 
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Mark Thompson
Mark Thompson
03:51 Oct-24-2007
Re: Working without IRRSP
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: My empolyer wants me to do a job on the border of California and Arizona. I don't have an IRRSP cert. Is there any possible way that I could still do this job out of state?
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All states require IRRSP. You should not be working with Isotopes without that cert. You and your employer risk fines by the NRC.


 
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Scott Cargill
Scott Cargill
05:15 Nov-30-2007
Re: Working without IRRSP
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: : My empolyer wants me to do a job on the border of California and Arizona. I don't have an IRRSP cert. Is there any possible way that I could still do this job out of state?
: All states require IRRSP. You should not be working with Isotopes without that cert. You and your employer risk fines by the NRC.
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Acutally that is incorrect. California does NOT require a state card yet. California is still working on putting its program together.

IRRSP / State Card is only required under NRC jurisdiction ie Miltary Bases.




 
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Mark Thompson
Mark Thompson
01:18 Dec-01-2007
Re: Working without IRRSP
----------- Start Original Message -----------
: : : My empolyer wants me to do a job on the border of California and Arizona. I don't have an IRRSP cert. Is there any possible way that I could still do this job out of state?
: : All states require IRRSP. You should not be working with Isotopes without that cert. You and your employer risk fines by the NRC.
: Acutally that is incorrect. California does NOT require a state card yet. California is still working on putting its program together.
: IRRSP / State Card is only required under NRC jurisdiction ie Miltary Bases.
------------ End Original Message ------------

Here is a link to the NRC for your information http://www.nrc.gov/reading-rm/doc-collections/gen-comm/info-notices/1999/in99022.html




 
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