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DOE-HDBK-1113-98
Module 104 Internal Dose Control
Lesson Plan
Instructor's Notes
Respiratory protection may also be
required for hazards present in an area
other than radioactive airborne
contamination. Health and safety
groups should coordinate the use of
respiratory protection requirements
based on all hazards present. If a
worker finds a conflict in respiratory
protection requirements, he or she
should not enter the work area until the
conflict is resolved and the appropriate
respiratory protection equipment is
available.
Highlight the personal
contamination limits and
g.
Special Radiological Surveys and
monitoring techniques in
use at your facility. Refer
Techniques for Contamination Monitoring
the students to and discuss
the guidance specified in
i. Alpha Monitoring
the RCS Appendix 3D.
As workers at a uranium facility, you
will likely perform self-monitoring for
the presence of radioactive
contamination.
If you recall from the general
characteristics of uranium, it primarily
decays by emitting an alpha particle.
Many uranium decay products also
decay by emitting alpha particles.
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