- Texas Radiation Control Program
- Radiation Control Program-Laws and Rules
- Ask the Expert-Health Physics Society
- Health Physics Society
- Nuclear Regulatory Commission-Nuclear Materials
- Radiation Protection- Environmental Protection Agency
UH Radiation Safety Committee is established pursuant to the provisions of the Texas Administrative Code, 25 TAC §289.252(h)(1)(C), governing the issuance of specific licenses of broad scope for byproduct material.
The UH Radiation Safety Officer serves as the primary liaison for the Radiation Safety Committee.
The Radiation Safety Comittee meets at least four (4) times a year. For information about upcoming meetings and how to submit application for review by the Committee, Contact the Radiation Safety Officer within Environmental Health and Safety.
The Vice Chancellor/Vice President for Research and Technology Transfer, on behalf of the Chancellor/ President for UH/UH System, shall appoint members to the Radiation Safety Committee. Members are initially appointed to a three-year term, subject to renewal.
Membership of from appointed faculty members trained or experienced in the use of radioactive materials and radiation producing machines and devices representing the different University academic Colleges and Departments as appointed by the VC/VP for Research and Technology Transfer.
The authority to alter the composition or charge of the committee rests with the Vice Chancellor/Vice President for Research & Technology Transfer.