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DOE-STD-1098-99
Radiological Control
Radiological Control Records
June 2004
4.
Records shall be retained for the following types of radiation safety training [see 835.704(a)]:
a.
General employee radiological training
b.
Radiological worker training
c.
Periodic training
d.
Members of the public training for unescorted access.
Records should be retained for the following types of radiation safety training:
a.
Instructor training
b.
Training of other radiological control personnel
c.
Respiratory protection training
d.
Qualifications for special tests or operations
e.
Orientation of members of the public
f.
Training of emergency response personnel.
5.
Records shall be maintained as necessary to demonstrate that individuals who are responsible for the development
and implementation of measures necessary to ensure compliance with 10 CFR 835 have the appropriate education,
training, and skills to execute these responsibilities [see 835.103 and 835.701(a)]. These records should include
records of the training provided in accordance with Parts 4 and 5 of Chapter 6 of this Standard.
6.
The following instructional materials should be maintained:
a.
Course name, with revision and approval date.
b.
Instructor's manuals, course content, or lesson plans containing topical outlines.
c.
Video and audio instructional materials, including the dates and lessons for which they were used.
d.
Handouts or other materials retained with the master copy of the course.
e.
Job-specific training documents, such as instrument use, radiological procedures, radiological work permit
special training requirements, pre-job briefings, and mock-up training.
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