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DOE-HDBK-1113-98
Module 104 Internal Dose Control
Lesson Plan
Instructor's Notes
Failing to survey properly can have the
same results as not surveying at all.
Contamination may go undetected and
may be tracked out of the radiological
area. Once outside the radiological
area, the contamination may be
transferred from surface to surface.
This transfer of contamination could
result in uranium ending up inside your
body, the body of a coworker, or even
the bodies of your family members and
friends. The potential for spreading
undetected contamination should
always be kept in mind when
performing self-monitoring.
iv. Interference from Radon
One of the problems encountered when
monitoring for contamination is
interference from radon and its decay
products.
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