Radiological Control Records
724 Medical Records
Preemployment medical records, if available, and reports of periodic medical examinations should be maintained.
Physical examination reports and fit testing results for respirator use should be maintained for respirator users.
Medical evaluations and treatment performed in support of the radiological control program should be documented.
Maintenance of records of non-occupational radiation doses, such as significant therapeutic or diagnostic radiation
doses for medical purposes, is encouraged. Where practical, maintenance of records of preemployment non-
occupational radiation doses is encouraged.
725 Radiological Training and Qualification Records
Records of training and qualification in radiological control are maintained to demonstrate that an individual
received appropriate information to perform the work assignment in a safe manner. Qualification standard records
are retained for on-the-job and practical factor training as well as for formal classroom training.
Formal records or summary reports of training and qualification should be readily available to first-line supervision
and management of involved personnel to aid in making work assignments.
Personnel training records shall be controlled and retained [see 835.704(a)]. At a minimum, these records should
include the following:
Attendance sheets with instructor's name
Employee's name, identification number and signature
Date of training
Identification of the examination or evaluation form, including sufficient data to identify which test each
Verification document or record confirming satisfaction of the training requirement
Documentation related to exceptions for training requirements and extensions of qualification
Quizzes, tests, responses and acknowledgments of training, with the date and signature of the individual
Special instructions to females, their supervisors, and coworkers concerning prenatal radiation dose,
acknowledged by the worker's signature.