Radiological Control Records
PART 4 Radiological Control Procedures
741 Policies, Procedures, and Radiological Work Permits
Records of the radiological control program should consist of policy statements, procedures, work authorizations, and
supporting data. The records should be maintained in a chronological sequence that will allow correlation with the
corresponding support information. For example, procedures for performing radiation surveys should be identifiable
with the survey results. Completed radiological work permits should be maintained.
742 ALARA Program Records
Records of actions taken to maintain occupational exposures ALARA shall be maintained [see 835.701(a)]. These
records shall include facility design and control measures [see 835.704(b)] and should include:
ALARA plans and goals
The minutes of ALARA committees and other committees where radiological safety issues are formally
Records of pre-job briefings and post-job evaluations
Records of temporary shield and portable ventilation installation and removal.
743 Quality Assurance Records
Records of quality assurance reviews and audits developed for radiological control functions shall be retained to ensure
that sufficient records are specified, prepared, reviewed, approved, and maintained to accurately reflect completed work
[see 835.704(c)]. DOE O 414.1 and 10 CFR 830.120 provide additional information regarding quality assurance records.
Quality assurance records should include:
Assignment of corrective actions
Completion and verification of corrective actions.