Industrial Radiography Certification Exam
Industrial Radiography is a non-destructive testing method that uses ionizing radiation such as gamma rays or x-rays to make radiographic images for the purpose of detecting flaws in objects. Industrial Radiographers must pass a certifying exam in order to perform these duties in the State of Oklahoma.
In the current climate of restrictions on large gatherings due to COVID-19, DEQ is uncertain at this time when radiography certification testing will be able to resume. We are placing testing on hold for the time being. To aid in rapid resumption of testing when we are able to resume, DEQ will continue to accept applications for exams at an undetermined future date when testing can resume. At this time, we only require the application form, fees will be assessed when an exam date is assigned.
Current Oklahoma cardholders with cards expiring between May 1, 2020 and September 30, 2020, who submit an application received at DEQ prior to September 1, 2020 for a future Oklahoma test will receive an extension of six months to their current card expiration date. The extension will be documented in an email that will contain contact information for a DEQ employee who can verify the extension. Cardholders operating under this extension or the extension granted for cardholders who signed up for the March and April tests will have priority when testing is resumed.
How to Apply
DEQ FORM #410-5-1 Application for Industrial Radiography Exam
DEQ FORM #410-5-2 Radiographer Qualifications
DEQ FORM #410-5-3 On-The-Job-Training Record
DEQ FORM #410-5-4 Request for Disability Accommodation
Send applications to RadCert@deq.ok.gov