Disclaimers

American Portable Nuclear Gauge Association

APNGA provides access to the information, training and material on this site as a service to portable nuclear gauge owners and users, the public, the media and others interested in portable nuclear gauges. The use and/or implementation of this information are solely the responsibility of the user.

The links on this website are provided solely as a reference for the convenience of the user. The links are not under the control of APNGA and therefore APNGA is not responsible for link contents. APNGA cannot and does not guarantee the authenticity of information obtained at other websites nor does a provided link imply endorsement of, or responsibility for, the opinions, data, or products available at linked websites. It is the responsibility of the user to take precautionary steps to ensure that information accessed at or downloaded from these other websites is free of viruses, worms or other destructive software programs.

The information provided and contained on the APNGA website should be considered complementary and subservient to that provided by official regulatory agencies. Opinions and interpretations on the website do not create legally enforceable rights or obligations and are listed as an aide to greater awareness and understanding for the user.

This website does not purport to address all of the safety concerns associated with portable nuclear gauges. It is the responsibility of the user to establish adequate health and safety procedures and practices and determine the applicability of regulatory limitations prior to use.

Proper training is required under federal and state regulations to handle portable nuclear gauges. All persons and entities are required to comply with stated federal and state regulations. The information contained in the APNGA website in no way alters or influences federal or state regulations.

The enclosed training materials are based on the criteria for NUREG 1556 and Agreement State gauge operator training as well as 49 CFR 172 Subpart H training. The licensee RSO must provide additional guidance and training as described by the materials and training certificates. The licensee must verify that portable nuclear gauge safety training provided by APNGA materials is accepted by any state where portable nuclear gauge operations are performed.

APNGA shall not be held responsible for any harm, loss, injury or damage caused by omissions, misrepresentations, misprints or errors of the contents of APNGA materials. It is the responsibility of the user to verify the accuracy of any material or information contained within the APNGA website.