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DOE-HDBK-1105-2002
Radiological Training for Tritium Facilities
Student's Guide
Notes
B.
Workplace Monitoring
Air monitoring and surface contamination surveys
are used to verify that loose contamination is not
present. They provide an early indication of
potential problems.
1.
Airborne Tritium Monitoring
Airborne tritium monitoring is
used for:
a.
Prompt detection of airborne
contamination for worker
protection;
b.
Determination of the status
of processes; and
c.
Identification of any leaks in
primary or secondary
containments or
2.
Contamination Surveys
Despite contamination control
measures, tritium is easily spread.
All workplaces shall be surveyed for
contamination levels on a regularly
scheduled basis. The frequency of
such surveys will depend on the
potential for dispersement of the
tritium-contaminated material in
the area and the quantity of tritium
in the area. During routine
surveys, all work enclosures, work
surfaces, floors, equipment, etc.,
within the workplace should be
surveyed.
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