Application For Personnel Dosimeter
Requests for badges must be initiated by the Authorized user. Please fill out and submit the UW Dosimeter Application.
If you have previously had a dosimeter or a monitoring program, please also fill out a request for previous dose history with your dosimeter application. We need this to retrieve records from other institutions and to keep your dose history complete: Request for Dose History from Previous Employer
Badge Leader Instructions
- UW-Madison Dosimetry Badge Group Leader Instructions
- UW Health Dosimetry Badge Group Leader Instructions
Radiation Monitoring and ALARA Occupational Exposure Limits
The Office of Radiation Safety (ORS) monitors the exposure records of all individuals who are issued a dosimeter (radiation badge) to maintain the occupational radiation exposure, As low As Reasonably Achievable (ALARA).
Report a Lost Dosimeter
Fill out the Dose Estimate for Lost Radiation Dosimeter form.
Pregnancy Surveillance Program
This Program is voluntary and confidential. Please fill out the Declaration of Pregnancy Form. After submitting you will be contacted by the program coordinator, Yuliya Henes.
For questions on the form or additional information, please contact Yuliya Henes at Yuliya.Henes@wisc.edu
View Your Dose History
- UW uses the Landauer MyLDR system. To view your dose history through the system:
- Access the MyLDR site.
- Enter the username and password for your account:
- For UW Campus employees, username is UWCAMPUS
- For UW Health employees, username is UWHEALTH
- Password for all accounts is Mydose50
- If you are unsure of your account number, the number is printed on the back of your dosimetry badge.
- If you are unsure of which username to use, check the account number on your badge.
- Account 199350 is UW Campus.
- Account 199351 is UW Health.
- On the next screen, enter the account number and the serial number from your badge, as indicated on the diagram.
- If you no longer have a badge and need a dose report, contact UW Radiation Safety.
How to Use a Dosimeter
View the five minute video, “How to Use a Dosimeter.”