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Effective January 1, 1964

CONDITIONS and
LIMITATIONS on the
GENERAL LICENSE
PROVISIONS of
10 CFR 150.20

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RULES and REGULATIONS

DIVISION OF LICENSING and REGULATION
U.S. ATOMIC ENERGY COMMISSION, Washington, D.C. 20545

Supplement to AEC Form
No. 241, “Report of Pro-
posed Activities in Non.

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DEPOSITED BY THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA 20

- FOREWORD

Section 10 CFR 150.20 establishes a general license authorizing any person who holds a specific license from an "agreement state" (a state with which the U.S. Atomic Energy Commission has entered into an effective agreement under Section 274b of the Atomic Energy Act of 1954, as amended) to conduct the same activity in "non-agreement states” if the specific license issued by the agreement state does not limit the authorized activity to specified installations or locations.

Activities conducted in a non-agreement state pursuant to a general license provided in 10 CFR 150.20 are subject to the provisions of 88 30.32, 30.41, 30.43, 30.44, 30.51, 30.52, and 30.61 of Part 30; 88 40.41, 40.61 to 40.63, inclusive, 40.71, and 40.81 of Part 40; and 88 70.32, 70.51 to 70.56, inclusive, 70.61, 70.62, and 70.71 of Part 70; and to the provisions of Part 20 and Part 31.

The above quoted Rules and Regulations are reprinted in this pamphlet for the convenience of general licensees operating under these provisions and required to file AEC Form No. 241, “Report of Proposed Activities in NonAgreement States."

RULES AND REGULATIONS

PART 20—STANDARDS FOR PROTECTION AGAINST RADIATION

GENERAL PROVISIONS Sec. 20.1 Purpose. 20.2 Scope. 20.3 Definitions. 20.4 Units of radiation dose. 20.5 Units of radioactivity. 20.6 Interpretations. 20.7 Communications. PERMISSIBLE DOSES, LEVELS, AND

CONCENTRATIONS 20.101 Exposure of individuals to radiation

in restricted areas. 20.102 Determination of accumulated dose. 20.103 Exposure of individuals to concen

trations of radioactive material in

restricted areas. 20.104 Exposure of minors. 20.105 Permissible levels of radiation in un

restricted areas. 20.106 Concentrations in effluents to un

restricted areas. 20.107 Medical diagnosis and therapy. 20.108 Orders requiring furnishing of bio

assay services.

PRECAUTIONARY PROCEDURES 20.201 Surveys.

Sec. 20.203 Caution signs, labels, and signals. 20.204 Exceptions from posting require

ments. 20.205 Exemptions for radioactive materials

packaged for shipment. 20.206 Instruction of personnel; posting of

notices to employees. 20.207 Storage of licensed materials.

WASTE DISPOSAL 20.301 General requirement. 20.302 Method for obtaining approval of

proposed disposal procedures. 20.303 Disposal by release into sanitary

sewerage systems. 20.304 Disposal by burial in soil. 20.305 Treatment or disposal by incinera

tion. RECORDS, REPORTS, AND NOTIFICATION 20.401 Records of surveys, radiation moni

toring, and disposal. 20.402 Reports of theft or loss of licensed

material. 20.403 Notifications of incidents. 20.404 Report to former employees of ex

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