Source of radiation definition

Source of radiation means any radioactive material or any device or equipment emitting, or capable of producing, radiation.
Source of radiation means any radioactive material or any device or equipment emitting or capable of producing radiation. "Special form" means any of the following physical forms of licensed material of any transport group:
Source of radiation means material that emits radiation spontaneously, or apparatus that produces, or may produce when the associated controls are operated, one or more forms of radiation.

Examples of Source of radiation in a sentence

  • Source of radiation - Any radioactive material, device or equipment emitting or capable of producing radiation.

  • R6 (143) "Source of radiation" means any radioactive material or any device or equipment emitting, or capable of producing, radiation.

  • Source of radiation - Any radioactive material or device or equipment emitting or capable of producing any radiation.

  • Source of radiation means a discrete or separate quantity of radioactive material or a single radiation machine.

  • Source of radiation" means radioactive material or radiation-generating equipment.


More Definitions of Source of radiation

Source of radiation means a radioactive material or device, or equipment emitting or capable of producing radiation.
Source of radiation means any substance or device emitting or capable of
Source of radiation means “source of radiation” as defined in RSA 125-F:3, XX, namely, “collectively, radioactive material and radiation equipment.”
Source of radiation or “source” means any radioactive mate- rial or any device or equipment emitting, or capable of produc- ing, radiation.
Source of radiation means radioactive material or radiation-generating equipment.
Source of radiation means any device or equipment emitting or capable of producing x-ray radiation.
Source of radiation means any radioactive mate- rial, or any device or equipment emitting or capable of producing ion- izing radiation.