Radiation Safety Office

Radiation Safety Program

WSU is committed to the safe and compliant use of sources of ionizing radiation for research, instruction, and the benefit of the community.

Our Mission

The WSU Radiation Safety Program supports the University’s teaching, research and outreach mission by administering a program that ensures the safe use of radioactive materials and radiation machines on the Pullman campus and other WSU sites around the state.

The Radiation Safety Program works to minimize radiation exposure to University personnel and provide necessary services to users of radioactive materials and radiation machines.

The program is designed to meet compliance with Title 10, Chapter 246 of the Washington Administrative Code and the conditions enumerated in the University’s Broadscope Radioactive Materials License,  WN-C003-1, issued by the State of Washington Department of Health.

HP Assist Online Database

WSU Radiation Safety uses HP Assist online database system for requests including all material inventory, waste management, survey and inspection documentation, along with dosimetry, training, and equipment calibration records.

HP Assist can only be accessed while connected to WSU campus IP or using WSU VPN connection.

Working During Covid-19

RSO is continuing to serve campus during Covid-19 however with greatly reduced presence.  Please don’t hesitate to reach out, we want to make sure we can answer questions and ensure safety, also understand we are short staffed and may be delayed responding to non-emergencies.   Thank you for your understanding.
 

Mailing Address:

Radiation Safety Program
Washington State University
PO Box 643143
420 Neill Hall
Pullman WA. 99164-3143

Street Address:
200 SE Waller Way Mall
Pullman WA. 99164-314