Tips for Amendment Requests

General Guidance

Submit your amendment request by writing a letter describing changes requested to your Radioactive Material License. No fee is required to amend an active license. In order to expedite your request remember to:

  • Provide justification for your request
  • Clearly describe what changes you want on the license
  • Include applicable attachments (i.e. facility diagrams, training certificate, certification statement)
  • Reference your license number on the request
  • Date your request
  • Be sure the request is signed by the radiation safety officer or officer of the company

Helpful Tips

Avoid submitting a request for an amendment that addresses other Department of State Health Services related issues (i.e. response to Notice of Violation, fees, etc.).

Avoid addressing similar issues that affect more than one license or registration in one request. Submit a separate request for each license or registration.

Addressing Your Amendment Request

Be sure to address your request to the appropriate licensing program. There is no need to specify an individual's name in your request.

  • Industrial Licensing Program (Includes, General License Acknowledgments and NORM)
  • Medical and Academic Licensing Program
  • Advanced Technology Licensing Program

Mailing Addresses

ATTN: (The appropriate program [see above samples])
Radiation Safety Licensing Group
Texas Department of State Health Services
P. O. Box 149347 - MC-2835
Austin, Texas 78714-9347

Overnight Express Mail

You may also overnight express mail your submission to the following address. Regular US mail will not be delivered to this address. Please do not send money to this address.

ATTN: (The appropriate program [see samples above])
Radiation Safety Licensing Group
Texas Department of State Health Services
1100 W. 49th Street
Austin, TX 78756