Radiation Safety Committee


Role: The Radiation Safety Committee is a subcommittee of the Laboratory Safety Committee.  It serves as the University Radiation Safety Committee, as mandated by the University of Kansas (Lawrence campus) Broad Radioactive Materials License. As such, the composition and functions of this subcommittee shall meet the requirements of the License and Title 10 Code of Federal Regulations Part 20. The Radiation Safety Subcommittee (RSSC) assures that radioactive material, licensed under the broad-scope radioactive material license, and ionizing radiation producing equipment (i.e. x-ray equipment, fluoroscopes, accelerators, etc.) are used safely, and in compliance with State of Kansas and federal regulations, license conditions, and certified registrations.

Committee Chair

Jeff Krise, Associate Professor, Pharmaceutical Chemistry
 

Committee Members

Rob Ward, Associate Professor, Molecular Biosciences
 
Lawrence Magee Sr., Physician, Athletics
 
Diane Goddard, Vice Provost of Administration & Finance, Provost Office
 
Michael Lemon, Radiation/Laser Safety Officer, Environment, Health & Safety
 

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