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DOE-STD-1098-99
Radiological Control
Radiological Control Records
June 2004
753 Airborne Radioactivity Monitoring
1.
In addition to the elements provided in Article 751, records of airborne radioactivity monitoring should include, at a
minimum, the following information:
a.
Model and serial numbers of the sampler and laboratory counting instrument when available or unique
identifier of each sampler and instrument and appropriate supporting parameters including counting
efficiency, counting time, and correction factors
b.
Locations of fixed air samplers
c.
Locations of portable air samplers used for a survey
d.
Air concentrations in general airborne areas and breathing zones
e.
Supporting parameters, including collection efficiency, flow rate, duration of sampling, correction factors, and
filter medium
f.
Identification (e.g., names and/or employee numbers) of individuals in the area for whom DAC-hour exposure
should be calculated.
754 Contamination Monitoring
1.
In addition to the elements provided in Article 751, records of contamination monitoring should include, at a
minimum, the following information:
a.
Model and serial number of counting equipment
b.
Contamination levels (using appropriate units) and appropriate supporting parameters including counting
efficiency, counting time, correction factors, type of radiation, and whether the contamination was fixed or
removable
c.
Location of areas found to contain hot particles or high concentrations of localized contamination
d.
Follow-up survey results for decontamination processes cross-referenced to the original survey.
755 Sealed Radioactive Source Leak Tests and Inventories
1.
In addition to the elements provided in Article 751, records of sealed radioactive source leak tests should include, at
a minimum, the following information:
a.
Model and serial number of counting equipment
b.
Contamination levels (using appropriate units) and appropriate supporting parameters including counting
efficiency, counting time, correction factors, and type of radiation
c.
Corrective actions for leaking sources.
2.
Records of accountable sealed radioactive source inventories shall include, at a minimum, the following
information [see 835.704(f) and 835.1202(a)]:
a.
The physical location of each accountable sealed radioactive source
b.
Verification of the presence and adequacy of associated postings and labels
c.
Verification of the adequacy of storage locations, containers, and devices.
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