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DOE-STD-1098-99
Radiological Control
Conduct of Radiological Work
June 2004
ACTIVITIES
MINIMUM
ARTICLE #(s)
TRAINING
Member of the public entry1
Orientation
622
Unescorted entry into controlled areas and radioactive
material areas/underground radioactive material areas where
an individual is not likely to receive 0.1 rem in a year
GERT
612, 613, 621
Unescorted entry into radiological buffer areas
Unescorted entry into radioactive material areas/underground
radioactive material areas (>0.1 rem in a year)
Unescorted entry into soil contamination areas for work that
does not disturb the soil
RWI
612, 613, 631, 632
Unescorted entry into radiation areas
Unescorted entry into contaminated areas2
Unescorted entry into high radiation areas3
Unescorted entry into soil contamination areas to perform
work that disturbs the soil
Use of containment devices with high contamination levels4
RWII
612, 613, 631, 633
Notes:
1.
The radiological control manager may authorize exceptions to the escort requirements in accordance with Article 622.
2.
Includes Contamination, High Contamination, and Airborne Radioactivity Areas.
3.
This requirement may be satisfied by completing both RWI training and High Radiation Area Training in lieu of RWII training.
4.
Includes glove boxes and other containment devices with surface contamination levels exceeding 100 times Table 2-2 values.
3-15


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