Medical Radiation Safety Committee (MRSC)

The UCLA MRSC is responsible for the evaluation of all proposals that involve radiological procedures in medical research at UCLA. The MRSC ensures that the University is in compliance with the policies and procedures outlined in the California Code of Regulations, Title 17 §30100 and conditions of UCLA’s Radioactive Materials license, #1335-19.

About the RSC Administrative Office

The Radiation Safety Committees (RSC) administrative office provides support to the Radiation Safety Committee (RSC) and subcommittees: the Academic Radiation Safety Committee (ARSC), the Clinical Operations Radiation Safety Committee (CORSC), the Medical Radiation Safety Committee (MRSC), and the Radioactive Drug Research Committee (RDRC).

Radiation Safety Committees (RSC)

The responsibility for ensuring the safe operation of a radiation safety program belongs to the Radiation Safety Committees (RSC). At UCLA, the RSC and the four subcommittees – the Academic Radiation Safety Committee (ARSC), the Clinical Operations Radiation Committee (CORSC), the Medical Radiation Safety Committee (MRSC), and the Radioactive Drug Research Committee (RDRC) – are responsible for the policies and procedures pertaining to the use of radiation.

UCLA’s Commitment to Research Safety

Laboratory safety is important to all of us at UCLA. A culture of safety is not only essential to the successful and responsible conduct of research, but also to our educational and training mission as a world-class university. We cannot emphasize enough the importance of maintaining the highest levels of safety in all of our research laboratories and training spaces. … Read More