Conduct of Radiological Work
As appropriate to the work in question, post-job reviews should include reviews of:
The total and individual doses compared to the pre-job estimates
The efficacy of the radiological controls implemented for the work
Any adverse events occurring during the work, such as skin contaminations, unexpectedly high individual
exposures, or problems resulting from unnecessarily burdensome control requirements
Conflicts between radiological safety requirements and other safety requirements
Opportunities to improve performance or efficiency during repeated or similar work
Significant differences between expected and actual radiological conditions or other issues affecting the work
Worker input regarding possible improvements in radiological safety practices for repeated or similar work.
353 Lessons Learned
Lessons learned are available from post-job reviews and reports of past radiological events on site and at other facilities.
The radiological control organization, in conjunction with line management, should evaluate lessons learned, provide
prompt distribution, and incorporate the lessons into the site radiological control program, the radiological control
training program, and related operations.