26 January 1979 Methods Of Compliance And The Impact Of The Bureau Of Radiological Health (BRH) Requirements On A Larger Company
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The impact of the BRH requirements on a large company are rather significant. As one of our major objectives is the production of a product which is both safe and reliable we have much in common with the BRH Compliance Regulations. The specific manner and the very. detailed procedures impose some problems. To meet the present regulations a very substantial amount of information must be developed. This information requires a set of well organized factual data. In a large company no one person has direct control of or ready access to the amount of information required. This paper will present one company's approach to complying with the requirements, briefly discuss some of the more important problems; and make some recommendations for simplifying and improving the method of reporting. It is our belief that both BRH and all manufacturers will benefit from these proposals without impacting the overall safety of our products.
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John J. O'Donnell, "Methods Of Compliance And The Impact Of The Bureau Of Radiological Health (BRH) Requirements On A Larger Company", Proc. SPIE 0144, Meeting Federal Performance Standard for Laser Products: Solving Design& Hardware Problems, (26 January 1979); doi: 10.1117/12.956581; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.956581
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