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DOE-STD-1098-99
Radiological Control
Conduct of Radiological Work
June 2004
PART 3 Entry and Exit Provisions
331 Controlled Areas
1.
DOE regulations for occupational radiation protection require that individuals complete radiation safety training
commensurate with the hazards and required controls:
a.
Prior to unescorted access to controlled areas [see 835.901(a)]; and
b.
Prior to receiving occupational dose during access to controlled areas (whether escorted or not) [see
835.901(a)].
2.
Training provisions for unescorted entry into controlled areas and radiological areas are specified in Table 3-1.
Article 622 establishes training provisions that should be met prior to permitting members of the public in
controlled areas.
332 Radiological Buffer Areas
1.
Minimum requirements for unescorted entry into radiological buffer areas should include the following:
a.
Training in accordance with Table 3-1
b.
Primary dosimeter, as appropriate.
2.
Contamination monitoring provisions for individuals who exit a radiological buffer area containing contamination
areas, high contamination areas, or airborne radioactivity areas are specified in Article 338.
333 Radioactive Material, Soil Contamination, and Underground Radioactive Material Areas
Minimum requirements for unescorted entry into radioactive material areas, soil contamination areas, and
underground radioactive material areas should include training in accordance with Table 3-1. If individual doses
are likely to exceed the applicable monitoring thresholds, individual monitoring shall be conducted in accordance
with Article 511 and Article 521 [see 835.402(a) and (c)].
334 Radiation, High Radiation, and Very High Radiation Areas
1.
Minimum requirements for unescorted entry into radiation areas shall include radiation safety training [see
835.901(b)] and should include the following:
a.
Training in accordance with Table 3-1
b.
Worker's signature on the RWP, as applicable
c.
Primary dosimeter.
2.
Physical controls to prevent inadvertent or unauthorized access to high and very high radiation areas are established
in Appendix 3B.
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