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Tritium Waste Minimization and Handling - doe-hdbk-1105-2002_reaffirm20070120
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DOE-HDBK-1105-2002
Radiological Training for Tritium Facilities
Student's Guide
Notes
4.
Plan work so that, whenever possible,
construction and clean maintenance can be
done in a clean area.
5.
When transporting items contaminated with
tritium, adequate contamination control such
as wrapping in plastic or placing in sealed
containers should be considered.
B.
Minimizing Mixed Waste
(insert site specific controls)
Methods below are given as a reference only.
1.
Use non-hazardous cleaning materials for
decontamination whenever possible.
2.
Segregate radioactive-only from hazardous-
only at the source.
3.
Explore the use of other materials which are
non-hazardous for use in radiological areas to
prevent the generation of mixed waste.
VII.
RESPONSE TO ABNORMAL CONDITIONS IN THE
TRITIUM FACILITY- What should I do in an emergency
involving tritium?
To properly deal with unexpected adverse situations occurring
in a tritium facility, a well-thought-out response program and
personnel trained to execute the response should be in place.
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