(A) The director, upon application of the licensee or registrant, or upon his or her own initiative, may grant a waiver from the requirements of this chapter as he or she determines is authorized by law, provided that the licensee or registrant shows to the satisfaction of the director that there is good cause for the waiver and that the waiver will not result in any undue hazard on public health and safety or detrimental effect on the environment. The terms, conditions and expiration of the waiver shall be set forth in writing by the director. Failure to comply with the terms of the waiver may result in immediate withdrawal of the waiver. The director may issue an order, a license amendment or impose requirements on a license or registration in addition to those established in this chapter, as the director deems appropriate or necessary to protect the public health, safety or the environment.
(B) A licensee or registrant shall notify the department in writing of an intent to vacate at least thirty days prior to vacating or relinquishing possession or control of a premises which may be contaminated with radioactive material as a result of his or her activities.