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DOE-STD-1107-97
Appendix A
(2)
Associate's Degree
(a)
Successful completion of 43 semester credit hours of the technical portions of an engineering,
engineering technology, or related science program may be substituted for the associate's
degree. The courses should be in appropriate technical subjects relevant to the key radiation
protection position to be filled; or
(b)
High school diploma plus completion of a job-specific performance-based training program
plus 1 additional year of related experience.
(3)
Baccalaureate
(a)
Professional Engineer's License; or
(b)
Successful completion of Engineer in Training (EIT) examination; or
(c)
American Board of Health Physics Certification; or
(d)
Successful completion of one part of the American Board of Health Physics certification
examination; or
(e)
Successful completion of 80 semester credit hours of the technical portions of an engineering,
engineering technology, or related science program may be substituted for the baccalaureate.
The courses should be in appropriate technical subjects relevant to the key radiation
protection position to be filled.
1.1.2 Experience Substitution for Education
Related experience may be substituted for education at the rate of 6 semester credit hours for each year of
experience up to a maximum of 60 hours of credit.
1.2 Experience
Experience requirements for key radiation protection positions are expressed in terms of time worked in DOE
nuclear facilities or in a technical job function related to DOE radiological activities. Experience outside the
DOE complex may be considered on a case-by-case basis provided the types of radiological activities are
similar to those encountered in the key radiation protection position.
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