Radiation Safety Office

URI Bay Campus, 16 Reactor Road, Narragansett, RI 02882

radiationsafety@etal.uri.edu – 401-874-2600

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Emergency?

If you have any emergencies involving radioactive materials, x-rays, or lasers, please contact the radiation safety office at 401-874-2600.

Welcome!

Welcome to the Radiation Safety Office for the University of Rhode Island! The radiation safety office oversees use of radioactive materials and radiation producing machines and is responsible for the safety of all faculty, staff, students, and visitors at the University campuses, including Kingston, Providence, W. Alton Jones, and Narragansett Bay. Please visit the links below for information on the programs and contact us with any questions.

 

Radioactive Materials Safety Program

As a state broadscope licensee, the radiation safety office oversees radioactive material use on the URI campus, including purchasing, laboratory setup, waste handling, surveys and audits. If you are new to this program, please contact the radiation safety office for assistance in getting started with URI’s radioactive material program. Users can find resources for this program here, or contact the radiation safety office with any questions regarding the program.

X-Ray Safety Program

The radiation safety office can assists you in X-Ray registration, and setting up and maintaining a safe X-Ray laboratory. If you are new to this program, please contact the radiation safety office for assistance in getting started with URI’s X-Ray program. Users can find resources for this program here, or contact the radiation safety office with any questions regarding the program. URI is registered with the state as a X-Ray facility, and must comply with state regulations including X-Ray inventory and audits.

LASER Safety Program

The radiation safety office can assists you in laser registration, and setting up and maintaining a safe laser laboratory. If you are new to this program, please contact the radiation safety office for assistance in getting started with URI’s laser program. Users can find resources for this program here, or contact the radiation safety office with any questions regarding the program.

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