North Carolina State University’s Radiation Safety assists the research and academic community with radiation related programs. Radiation Safety staff provides training and consultations, conducts routine safety inspections in laboratories, assists researchers with the acquisition and disposal of radioactive materials and radiation-producing devices and maintains radiation emergency response capabilities.

Announcement!
New Online Safety System 

Environmental Health and Safety is now using EHSA (EHS Assistant) for radiation safety programs (isotope ordering, worker registrations, inspection reports) as well as unwanted material (formerly known as waste) submissions.  
Navigate to go.ncsu.edu/ehsa for access.  If you are a new user, you must register in the system before submitting information.
Radiation Worker Information

Find forms and instructions on registering as a worker, training classes and dosimetry

Radioactive Materials

Guidance information on unsealed and sealed sources of radioactive materials

Radiation Generating Equipment (X-ray)

Information on procurement, use and compliance related to radiation generating devices

Instruments and Equipment

Access information on instrumentation and research equipment used in radiation related research

New Principal Investigator & Lab Managers

Review guidelines and application materials for leadership roles related to radiation use

Radiation Safety Forms,
Resources & FAQ’s

Get detailed information about regulations, policies and forms