Alaska Statutes.
Title 18. Health, Safety, and Housing
Chapter 60. Safety
Section 525. Exceptions.
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AS 18.60.525. Exceptions.

(a) AS 18.60.475 - 18.60.485 do not limit the intentional exposure of patients to radiation for the purpose of diagnosis or therapy, or medical research, when conducted as authorized by law and in accordance with accepted radiation safety principles.

(b) AS 18.60.475 (a)(5) and (6) do not apply to the private use of radiation sources in the home.

(c) AS 18.60.475 - 18.60.545 do not apply to the Department of Military and Veterans' Affairs in carrying out the provisions of AS 26 that pertain to planning for and responding to radiation that results from the detonation of nuclear weapons.

(d) AS 18.60.475 - 18.60.545 do not apply to Federal Communications Commission licensed facilities emitting radiation of a wavelength longer than one centimeter, and an average power output not exceeding two kilowatts.

(e) AS 18.60.475 - 18.60.545 do not authorize the department to register, inspect, test, or otherwise regulate dental radiological equipment or records relating to dental radiological equipment regulated by the Board of Dental Examiners under AS 08.36.075 .

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