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Glenn Sullivan
 

Radiation Safety Officer

2435 N. Halsted
Room C137
Chicago, IL 60614-3394
Phone: (773) 755-6312
Fax: (773) 755-6543

 

Education
  Year Degree Institution
  2006 MBA National Louis University, Chicago, IL
  1985 BA Mathematics Wittenberg University, Springfield, OH

Work Experience
  Period Description Organization
  2002 - Present Radiation Safety/Research Safety Officer Responsible for the radiation safety activities in a Broad Scope Medical Center. Assures regulatory compliance and safe working conditions, supervises the monitoring of radioactive and chemical wastes, maintains radiation detection and safety equipment, performs routine audits on all survey records and other documentation of radiation safety operations, performs Health Physics audits of personnel and procedures, prepares license amendments, monitors laser safety program, monitors QC/QA requirements for Radiology, monitor and maintain Laser Safety program and maintains facility safety programs to comply with all applicable local, State and Federal Regulations and Medical Center Standards. Participates in Bio-Safety Committee, Environment of Care Committee, Laboratory Safety Committee, Laser Safety Committee, and Radiation Safety Committee. Children's Memorial Hospital
  1997 - 2002 Director Radiation Safety/ Radiation Safety Officer Responsible for the radiation safety activities in a Broad Scope Medical Center. Assures regulatory compliance and safe working conditions, supervises the monitoring of radioactive wastes, maintains radiation detection and safety equipment, performs routine audits on all survey records and other documentation of radiation safety operations, performs Health Physics audits of personnel and procedures, prepares license amendments, monitors laser safety program, monitors QC/QA requirements for Radiology, maintains facility safety programs to comply with all applicable local, State and Federal Regulations and Medical Center Standards. Rush Presbyterian St. Luke's Medical Center
  1992 - 1997 Senior Regulatory Affairs Associate Responsible for the radiation safety activities in a Broad Scope Medical Center. Assures regulatory compliance and safe working conditions, supervises the monitoring of radioactive wastes, maintains radiation detection and safety equipment, performs routine audits on all survey records and other documentation of radiation safety operations, performs Health Physics audits of personnel and procedures, prepares license amendments, monitors laser safety program, monitors QC/QA requirements for Radiology, maintains facility safety programs to comply with all applicable local, State and Federal Regulations and Medical Center Standards. GE Healthcare (Amersham/Mediphysics)
  1990 - 1992 Health Physicist I Perform inspections of Radiation Safety Programs of Licensees of the State of Illinois to ensure regulatory compliance, i.e. medical research, industrial and manufacturing facilities. Compose inspection letters to licensees and review responses by licensees. Other responsibilities include incident response, enforcement, educational presentations to public and professional organizations assessment of suspected radiation hazards, and investigations of suspected radiation over exposures. Also has a working knowledge of current regulations. Illinois Department of Nuclear Safety
  1989 - 1990 Radiological Health Specialist Trainee Worked as a trainee receiving classroom and on-the-job training in various aspects of Radiological Health Protection. Including principles of Health Physics, radiation protection procedures and regulations. On-the-job training includes participation in a Low Level Radioactive Waste Information Program; conduction of inspections of radiation producing equipment and radioactive materials facilities; participation in nuclear power plant exercises; environmental radiation surveillance; and condition of radon measurement. New York State Department of Health
  1985 - 1989 Nuclear Engineering Laboratory Technician (Machinist Mate) Principal responsibilities included: operation of ship's nuclear propulsion plant, performance of radiological controls and water controls, performance of associated chemical analyses, addition of necessary chemical agents to steam generating system, decommissioning of used machinery, monitoring crew radiation exposure levels, calibrating monitoring equipment, and maintaining required governmental records and reports. Ordered and maintained required stocks of nuclear-grade materials, monitored radioactive waste generated aboard ship and supervised its disposal. United States Navy

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