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MASOOD INAYAT

7623 Celestial Glow Street, Las Vegas, NV 89123 | H: 702-586-0020 | C: 702-280-6023 | inayatma@yahoo.com

 

SUMMARY

Talented Radiation Safety Officer/Health Physicist with a strong background in Radiopharmaceuticals, Radiological Regulatory Compliance, ALARA Compliance, RAM License management, RAM Transportation, Radiological waste Management, Personal training, Quality Assurance, Criticality/Sub Criticality Safety, NORM/TENORM Management, Radon/Thoron Real Time Management.

Portfolio available at https://www.linkedin.com/in/inayatrshp786/.

SKILLS

                            NRC Licensing                                   Microsoft Office

                            NRC Transportation                            Personal Training

                            Radiological Waste Management     Computer Proficiency    

                            ALARA Compliance                           Program Development

                            Personal Dosimetry                            Environmental Surveillance

IAEA Code of Conduct                      Regulatory Reporting

Criticality Safety                                 Sub Criticality Safety

Monitoring & Surveys                          Instrument Calibrations Maintenance

 

EXPERIENCE

06/2018 to Present        Health Physicist/RSO

Cabrera Services - North Highlands, California

Excellence in implementation of 10CFR20 for various projects at Client Sites
Successfully led key projects which resulted in timely execution of CU work at McLellan AFB, working on various other projects namely Mare Island, Hunters Point, etc.

Reviewed and provided comments on the adequacy of documents and took
necessary steps to cure any deficiencies.
Planned and executed health physics support for release, survey, instrumentation and radiological work permits.
Personal safety and negligible radiological exposures.
Effectively controlled the release of proprietary and confidential information for
general client lists.

 

05/2016 to 03/2018       Health Physicist 2

LANL - Los Alamos, New Mexico

Excellence in implementation of 10CFR835 for various projects at NNSS
Successfully led key projects which resulted in timely execution of all Criticality
and Sub Criticality experiments
Reviewed and provided comments on the adequacy of documents and took
necessary steps to cure any deficiencies.
Planned and executed health physics support for personal dosimetry, exposures,
shielding and radiological work permits.
Successfully led key projects which resulted in Criticality and Sub
Criticality excellence on various national security projects, ALARA compliance,
Personal safety and negligible radiological exposures.
Effectively controlled the release of proprietary and confidential information for
general client lists.

03/2016 to 05/2016       Health Physicist Consultant

US Air Force - Fairborn, OH

Excellence in implementation of 10CFR20, 35
Successfully led key projects which resulted in radiological compliance.
Planned and executed MARSSIM based remediation, Radon Thoron monitoring
and compliance, Instrumentation, Data Analysis, at various air force bases

 

04/2011 to 09/2015       Radiation Safety Officer

Molycorp Inc. - Mountain Pass, CA

Excellence in implementation of CA Radiological Regulations under Title 17,

10CFR20, 35
Conducted analysis to address noncompliance which led to reduction in false
alarms, accurate Radon Thoron monitoring in real time and 50% reduction in
employee monitoring s due to active and positive implementation of ALARA.
Provided onsite training to over 1000 contractor and new hires.
Successfully led key projects which resulted in Real Time Radon Thoron
monitoring. Scanning of all waste shipments through automated scanning system
and thereby saving the company several million dollars in disposal costs
Planned and executed decommission and dismantling of old mill units, primary
secondary and tertiary crushers, free release and recycling of metallic
components thereby earning a positive cash flow of 1 million dollars.
Effectively controlled the release of proprietary and confidential information for
general client lists.

12/2009 to 04/2011       Health Physicist 2

TCEQ- Austin, TX

Excellence in implementation of Texas Administrative Code TITLE 30
ENVIRONMENTAL QUALITY PART 1 TEXAS COMMISSION ON ENVIRONMENTAL
QUALITY CHAPTER 336 RADIOACTIVE SUBSTANCE RULES 10CFR20 etc.
Planned and executed radiological waste receipts, types, Inspection and
authorization of disposal.
Successfully led key projects which resulted in RCRA, Bye Product and
Containerized waste disposal on site.

04/2008 to 11/2009       Compliance Data Analyst

Waste Control Specialists LLC - Andrews, TX

Excellence in implementation of TITLE 30 ENVIRONMENTAL QUALITY PART 1 TEXAS
COMMISSION ON ENVIRONMENTAL QUALITY CHAPTER 336 RADIOACTIVE
SUBSTANCE RULES, 10CFR20
Successfully led key projects which resulted in ALARA compliance, waste
characterization management.
Planned and executed Tritium exposure, REMP compliance, Lab data analysis
and recommendations of corrective action. compliance with disposal rules

08/2006 to 04/2008       Radiation Safety Officer

Rapiscan Systems - Torrance, CA

Provided onsite training as well as training to field service personal at various
deputed locations, and Rapiscan Facilities in Apex NC, Ocean Springs MO,
Sunnyvale CA etc..
Successfully led key projects which resulted in increased sales and customer
satisfaction.
Planned and executed Exclusion zones, IAEA code of conduct for Safety and
Security of Sealed Source, License amendments .
Key support for Personal Dose Assessment and Exposures, Radiological Safety
Training for X-Ray scanning systems, GARD vehicle and container Scanning
System, Eagle LINAC based container and port side scanning systems in light of
ALARA, including US CBP, Army, Air Force and several foreign customers.
Decommissioning of scanning systems with Type 1 &2 NRC sources license and
inventory management, transportation, receipt and handling, exclusion zone
determinations

 

EDUCATION AND TRAINING

1984                               Master of Science: Radiopharmacy

University of Southern California - Los Angeles, CA, USA

Minor in computers

3.7 GPA

Coursework 36 units comprehensive courses in Radiopharmacy, ALARA,
Radiological Regulations, Safety and Compliance, including clinical internship at
Children's Hospital of Los Angeles ·       
Submitted and defended a new IND proposal to FDA for a new
radiopharmaceutical

1982                               Master of Science: Biochemistry

University of The Punjab - Lahore, Punjab, Pakistan

Minor in Organic Chemistry
3.7 GPA
Coursework ·   65 units including clinical internship at Atomic Energy Medical
Center
·        Submitted and defended a thesis on Tc-99m based radiopharmaceuticals

 

ACTIVITIES AND HONORS

CERTIFICATIONS, AFFILIATIONS AND PUBLICATIONS ·           ·       
 
NRRPT Certification ·       
Plenary Member Health Physics Society  (2007 - present) 2007 to Present ·       
Member American Nuclear Society Las Vegas Chapter (2012 - present)  
Member/Advisor International Collaboration Committee HPS (2012 - present       
Member Air Monitoring Users Group (2013 - present)       
I have made presentations at international NORM management conference in
UK and USA on Radon Thoron real time continuous monitoring using Saphymo
systems Alphaguard and AlphaE systems and providing details that the
radiological impacts are lower than those recorded by using passive track etch
monitors 
 Publications ·       
1)   Singh.M., Doria.D., Brechner.R., Inayat.M.A.,: A prototype collimated gamma
camera for imaging single photon emitters. Medical and Biological Engineering
23, 1358-1359, 1985, Supplement part II. ·         2)   Singh.M., Brechner.R., Doria.D.,
Inayat.M.A., Tai.W.M.,: Instrumentation and reconstruction aspects of imaging
single photon emitters with electronic collimator. Journal of Nuclear Medicine
26(5) p12, ·         1985. ·       
3)   Rehman.F., Akhtar.M.W., Shahid.M., Inayat.M.A., Ellahi.A., Asghar.S.,:  Tc99m
mono mercapto succinic acid: A potential radio pharmaceutical for renal
studies. Journal of Nuclear Medicine. 23(5) p72, 1982.

 

 

(This résumé was posted on 30 June 2018.)