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DOE-HDBK-1113-98
Module 104 Internal Dose Control
Lesson Plan
Instructor's Notes
Care must be taken to avoid this attitude, and to
control uranium contamination in compliance
with regulations, policies, and procedures.
Uranium contamination can be effectively
controlled by:
an evaluation of activities likely to generate
or spread contamination,
use of containment devices to confine
contamination as close to the source as
possible,
control and monitoring of airborne
contamination as it is generated,
minimizing the size and number of
contaminated areas by using effective
decontamination methods,
control of movement of equipment and
personnel into and out of contaminated
areas,
use of personal protective equipment, and
effective contamination monitoring.
a.
Evaluation of Work Activities
Work activities that involve the destruction
of surfaces, such as grinding, machining,
filing, or cutting, can easily create and
spread contamination. Operations such as
welding, burning, heating, etc. can alter the
physical and/or chemical state of uranium
compounds that are on the surfaces of
equipment. Work activities such as these
should be evaluated and steps taken to
minimize the spread of surface
contamination, personnel contamination,
and airborne contamination. If possible,
alternative methods for completing the task
should be considered.
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