Radioactive Materials Licensing Information 

Specific License

A specific license is a license issued to a named person who has filed an application with the Department for the possession or use of radioactive material or Naturally Occurring Radioactive Material (NORM) under the provisions of the Arkansas State Board of Health – Rules and Regulations for Control of Sources of Ionizing Radiation.  Please sign forms where indicated and include any required fees.  There is no fee for a renewal license application.

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Radioactive Material License Application
Fixed Gauge License Application/Renewal Forms
Industrial Radiography License Application/Renewal Forms 
Medical Use License Application/Renewal Forms
Portable Gauge License Application/Renewal Forms

General License

As provided by regulation, a general license grants authority to a person for certain activities involving radioactive material and is effective without the filing of an application with the Department for the issuance of a licensing document to a particular person.  However, registration with the Department may be required by the particular general license.  An annual registration fee may also be required depending on the type of general license.

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GL Device Registration
Notification of a NORM Facility Registration

Particle Accelerators

A particle accelerator license is a license issued to a named person  who has filed an application with the Department for the use of a particle accelerator under the provisions of the Arkansas State Board of Health – Rules and Regulations for Control of Sources of Ionizing Radiation.  Please sign forms where indicated and include any required fees.  There is no fee for a renewal license application.

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Application for Industrial or Academic Particle Accelerator License
Application guide for Academic Particle Accelerator License
Application guide for Industrial Particle Accelerator License

Reciprocity 

Reciprocal Recognition of Licenses. Any person who holds a specific license from the Nuclear Regulatory Commission or an Agreement State, and issued by the agency having jurisdiction where the licensee maintains an office for directing the licensed activity and at which radiation safety records are normally maintained, is granted a general license to conduct the activities authorized in such licensing document within this State for a period not in excess of 180 days per calendar year.

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Notice of Entry and Fees | WORD