Radiation-Emitting Products

How can the facility correct within 30 days a problem that may be found as a result of an annual test that is done by a physicist as part of the annual survey if the report is not provided to the facility before the 30 days are up (since the physicist has up to 30 days to provide the report)?

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The facility is encouraged to work with the physicist to ensure that any problems found are fixed within the regulatory limit. One way to do this would be for the physicist to notify (preferably via a written list) the facility, immediately after the completion of the survey, of the tests that failed and the problems found, to enable the facility to correct the problem(s) within the 30-day limit.

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