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DOE-STD-1098-99
Radiological Control
Training and Qualification
June 2004
PART 1 Radiological Control Training and Qualification
611 Purpose
This provisions of this chapter ensure that individuals are trained to work safely in and around radiological hazards and to
maintain their individual radiation exposure and the radiation exposures of others ALARA. Training provisions in this
chapter apply to individuals entering controlled areas at DOE sites and other individuals who are responsible for
developing and implementing radiological control measures.
612 Standardization
10 CFR 835.901 establishes requirements for radiation safety training programs for two classes of individuals:
1) individuals who are permitted unescorted access to controlled areas or occupationally exposed to radiation; and
2) individuals who are permitted unescorted access to radiological areas or perform unescorted assignments as a
radiological worker. Within this Standard, these training programs are referred to as General Employee Radiological
Training and Radiological Worker Training (I and II), respectively. In addition, 10 CFR 835.103 establishes
requirements for the education, training, and skills of individuals who are responsible for developing and implementing
measures necessary for ensuring compliance with 10 CFR 835. DOE sponsored the development of core courses and
training materials and recommends the use of these materials to achieve consistency in the level and quality of training
given Department-wide. In establishing local training programs, DOE's core courses should be utilized to the extent
practicable and supplemented with site-specific information. Core course training material developed and maintained by
DOE Headquarters (EH) consists of lesson plans, viewgraphs, student handbooks, qualification standards, question
banks, and Program Management Guides.
1.
Radiation safety training programs are necessary to ensure compliance with 10 CFR 835.901. Training programs
for members of the public, general employees, and radiological workers should be developed consistent with Parts
2, 3, and 6 of this Chapter to ensure compliance with these requirements. Additional training programs consistent
with those discussed with those discussed in Parts 5 and 6 of this Chapter may be necessary to ensure compliance
with the education, training, and skills requirements of 10 CFR 835.103. Affected individuals may include, but not
be limited to, managers, supervisors, technical specialists, researchers, clerks, and engineers.
2.
DOE's core course training material, supplemented by site-specific training materials, should be used to the extent
practicable to satisfy the training requirements of both 10 CFR 835.901 and 10 CFR 835.103. DOE has sponsored
the development of standardized courses for:
a.  General Employee Radiological Training
b.  Radiological Worker I and II Training
c.  Radiological Control Technician Training
d.  Radiological Assessor Training
e.  Radiological Support Personnel Training
f.
Radiological Control Manual Training for Supervisors
g.  Higher Level Training for Supervisors
h.  Plutonium Facility Training
i.
Radiological Training for Tritium Facilities
j.
Radiological Safety Training for Accelerator Facilities
k.  Radiological Safety Training for Uranium Facilities
l.
ALARA Training for Technical Support Personnel
m.  Radiological Safety Training for Radiation Producing Devices
3.
Successful completion of the entire core academic component of a DOE core course at one DOE site within the past
two years should be recognized by other DOE sites. Allowances may also be made for individuals who have
successfully completed other types of radiological control training. Documentation of previous training should
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