Radiation Management Advisory Council
The Radiation Management Advisory Council (RMAC) serves as the initial rulemaking body for the LPD and operates under the authority of the Oklahoma Radiation Management Act. The RMAC holds public hearings, reviews radiation management issues, and provides expertise about various radiation management issues. All radiation management rules and regulations must first be reviewed and approved by the RMAC before being recommended to the Environmental Quality Board. Once approved by the Environmental Quality Board, the rules proceed to the State Legislature and the Governor for final approval. The Council is composed of nine members who represent specific areas of expertise as described by 27A O.S. § 2-2-201(F), the Oklahoma Environmental Quality Code.
Sign up for email/mobile notifications of upcoming Radiation Management Advisory Council meetings.
|George MacDurmon, Chair||President Pro Tempore of the Senate||Faculty of institute of higher learning of university status|
|Karen Jennings, Vice-Chair||Governor||Environmental organization|
|Carl Noble||Governor||Industry which uses sources of radiation|
|Chad Mashburn||Speaker of the House of Representatives||Petroleum Industry|
|Christopher Honigsberg||President Pro Tempore of the Senate||General Public|
|L. David Alcorn||President Pro Tempore of the Senate||Industrial Radiography|
|Shawn Heldebrandt||Speaker of the House of Representatives||Medical Industry|
|Vacant||Speaker of the House of Representatives||Transportation Industry|
Calendar of Events