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DOE-HDBK-1113-98
Module 104 Internal Dose Control
Lesson Plan
Instructor's Notes
Besides reducing the spread of
contamination, these practices save money
by:
reducing the number of personnel
requiring training,
reducing the cost of decontaminating
and surveying tools and equipment,
reducing the cost of protective clothing
used, and
minimizing the production of
radioactive waste.
f.
Protective Equipment
Show OT-36
i. Protective Clothing
Discuss your facility
specific protective clothing
Use of protective clothing (PC) in
requirements.
contaminated areas will minimize the
potential for skin contamination and
ingestion of uranium. The choice of PC
garments will be based on the type of
job and the form of contamination
hazards. Protective clothing should not
be worn in uncontrolled areas such as
lunch rooms.
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