DEEP: Radiation

Radiation

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"Nothing in life is to be feared, it is only to be understood. Now is the time to understand more, so that we may fear less."    Madame Marie Curie
 
The Radiation Division sets standards for the safe operation of equipment that produces radiation and for the possession, use, storage, transportation and disposal of radioactive material. The Division inspects facilities that use radioactive material, x-ray machines and other radiation producing devices and is responsible for responding to reports of accidents and incidents involving radioactive materials.

In an effort to improve the quality and efficiency of their programs, the Radiation Division has revised their registration process for the Diagnostic and Therapeutic X-Ray Device Program (formerly known as Medical X-Ray Program) and the Radioactive Materials and Industrial X-Ray Device Program (formerly known as Ionizing Radiation Program). Information on each of the registration programs, including new titles and the registration filing process, can be found on the respective web pages listed in the table below.

Coming Spring 2015! {Link to EZ File}

The Radiation Division is proud to announce their new on-line Portal system (ezFile) for submitting your Diagnostic and Therapeutic X-Ray Registration or your Radioactive Material and Industrial X-Ray Registration. ezFile has many benefits, some of which include:

  • The convenience of having all of your registrations, supporting documents and email correspondence with DEEP in a single secure on-line location.
  • Guide and definitions to help with completing your registrations.
  • Access to view pending and approved registrations.
  • Pending registrations or approved registrations can be used as a template for renewals, saving time.
  • Registrations can be "shared" so that more than one individual can enter necessary information.
  • On-line electronic payment.
  • Pre-populated drop-down lists to facilitate appropriate selections.
  • Electronic submission of registration resulting in saving paper, postage, and time.
  • E-mail correspondence including confirmation of submission, confirmation of registration, DEEP decision on the registration, and reminders of renewal dates.

Stay tuned for details on how to access ezFile and complete your on-line registration. We will notify you as soon as the system is available for your use and encourage you to submit your applications via the ezFile system. Refer to this web page, www.ct.gov/deep/radiation, for details on when the ezFile system will be available and how to access ezFile and complete your registration.

Should you have any questions or if you would like additional information, please contact the Radiation Division at 860-424-3029.

Radiation Programs

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
For a quick summary of changes to these programs see "Changes to the State's Radiation Registration Programs".
 
General Questions:  Contact the Radiation Program at 860-424-3029.

Content Last Edited January 2015