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DOE-HDBK-1113-98
Module 104 Internal Dose Control
Lesson Plan
Instructor's Notes
d.
Minimization of Contamination Areas
Loose contamination on work surfaces can
result in contamination of shoes, clothing,
and skin and thereby result in the potential
for tracking of contamination into
uncontrolled areas.
This potential can be reduced by:
minimizing the size and number of
contamination areas,
using disposable work surfaces (such
as covering a bench top with plastic)
when performing work that is likely to
generate contamination, and
promptly decontaminating work
surfaces (good housekeeping).
e.
Control of Movement of Equipment and
Personnel
The risk of spreading contamination to an
uncontrolled area is directly related to the
amount of equipment moved and the
number of personnel exiting the
contamination area. The risk of spreading
contamination can be reduced by
minimizing the movement of equipment
and tools into and out of contaminated
areas by using dedicated tools and
equipment, and by performing as many
work activities as practical outside
contaminated areas.
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