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DOE-STD-1098-99
Radiological Control
Radiological Health Support Operations
June 2004
543 Handling Individuals Exposed to Airborne Radioactivity
Potential intakes of radioactive material are indicated when individuals without respiratory protection are exposed to
airborne radioactivity or when respiratory protection has been compromised. If intakes of radioactive material are
indicated which could result in an individual receiving a committed effective dose equivalent greater than 100 millirem,
the following actions should be taken:
1.
Identify individuals potentially exposed to airborne radioactivity
2.
Obtain nasal smears for qualitative indication of intakes where appropriate
3.
Analyze air samples to determine airborne concentrations where appropriate
4.
Determine duration of potential exposure to airborne radioactivity
5.
Perform bioassay appropriate for the type and quantity of radionuclides involved
6.
Evaluate dose prior to permitting the worker to return to radiological work.
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