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You may apply for initial licensure as a Radiologic Technologist with the Radiation Control Program. If your license has been expired for more than 6 months, you must submit a new application.
You must renew your Radiologic Technologist license with the Radiation Control Program every 2 years.
If you are a Radiologic Technologist student ready to take an RT exam, you may qualify to apply for a 1-year temporary license.
Are you ready to take your RT exam? Apply through the Radiation Control Program.
You need a Massachusetts Radioactive Material License issued by the Radiation Control Program to possess or use radioactive material.
If you have an out-of-state radioactive material license, you must be generally licensed via reciprocal agreement with the Radiation Control Program to possess or use naturally occurring and accelerator produced radioactive material in Massachusetts.
You must register with the Radiation Control Program (RCP) to perform duties involving radiation or radioactive materials.
You must apply for a license with the Radiation Control Program to operate a Mammography facility in Massachusetts
All Massachusetts Mammography machines must be identified and registered with the Radiation Control Program.
You must register medical, dental, therapy, or analytical ionizing radiation sources in Massachusetts facilities with the Radiation Control Program.
You must update registration for medical, dental, therapy, or analytical ionizing radiation sources in Massachusetts facilities with the Radiation Control Program when ownership changes, location changes, or units are added or decreased.
All linear accelerators must be registered with the Radiation Control Program.
All Class 3B & Class 4 LASER devices used in Massachusetts must be registered with the Radiation Control Program.
To remove a LASER from your registration, you must report the disposition of any laser device, which has been transferred, disposed, or rendered inoperable.
You must register all generally licensed radioactive devices with the Radiation Control Program.

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