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DOE-STD-1098-99
Radiological Control
Excellence in Radiological Control
June 2004
Table 1-1 Suggested Radiological Control Performance Indicators
Exposure control
a.
Collective dose in person-rem
b.
Average worker dose in rem
c.
Maximum dose to a worker in rem
d.
Number of unplanned exposures resulting in doses greater than the facility administrative control
level
e.
Number of dose assessments for lost or damaged dosimeters
f.
Maximum neutron dose to a worker in rem
Personnel contamination
a.
Number of skin and personal clothing contaminations
b.
Number of contaminated wounds
c.
Number of facial contaminations
Control of internal exposure
a.
Number of unplanned intakes
b.
Number of airborne events
c.
Number of alarms on airborne monitors (actual and false)
d.
Number of airborne radioactivity areas
e.
Area of airborne radioactivity areas in square feet
Control of contaminated areas in operational areas
a.
Number of contamination and high contamination areas
b.
Area of contamination areas in square feet
c.
Area of high contamination areas in square feet
d.
Number of spills
Minimization of radioactive waste
a.
Volume and activity of radioactive waste in cubic feet and curies, respectively
b.
Number of cubic feet not subject to volume reduction by incineration, compaction, or other means
Control of radioactive discharges
a.
Activity of liquid radioactivity discharges in curies
b.
Activity of airborne radioactivity discharges in curies
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