The Saint Louis University Radiation Safety Committee (RSC) is responsible for comprehensive oversight of the clinical and research use of radioactive materials and machine produced ionizing radiation used at Saint Louis University and SSM Health Saint Louis University Hospital.
For additional information on the RSC, see the Policy on Radiation Safety Committee (RSC) and the RSC's Machine Produced Radiation Safety Subcommiteee (MPRSS) Charter.
Key documents required to be completed by faculty considering becoming authorized for use of radioactive materials are listed below:
See "Human Use (Non-Research) of Radioactive Materials (Clinical Authorized User)" and "IRB Protocols Requiring Radiation Safety Committee (RSC) Review." Contact the radiation safety officer to discuss specific details or questions.
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Details on radiation safety training requirements, spill procedures, radiation dosimeters (personnel monitors) and related forms, radioactive waste, survey meter calibration and other topics can be found on our radiation safety pages.