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DOE-STD-1098-99
Radiological Control
Radiological Control Records
March 2005
PART 8 Radiological Reporting
781 Reports to Individuals
1.
Individuals who are monitored in accordance with Article 511.1 or 521.1 shall be provided an annual report of their
dose [see 835.801(c)]. Upon request, an individual shall be provided detailed information concerning his or her
exposure, consistent with the Privacy Act [see 835.801(d)].
2.
Upon request, terminating employees shall be provided a report, as soon as data are available but not later than 90
days following the last day of employment. A written estimate, based upon available information, shall be provided
upon termination, if requested [see 835.801(b)].
3.
Reports of individual doses shall include the site or facility name, the individual's name and social security number,
employee number, or other unique identification number, and all dose information required by Articles 722.4 -
722.9 [see 835.801(a)]. Reporting of lifetime occupational dose is suggested.
4.
Reports of individual exposure to radiation or radioactive material required under DOE 232.1 or as a result of a
planned special exposure, emergency exposure, or accident should be submitted to DOE in accordance with
applicable occurrence reporting requirements. Copies of the individual dose information contained in these reports
shall be provided to the affected individual at a time not later than transmittal of the report to the Department [see
835.801(e)].
5.
Monitoring results, including zero dose, should be reported to each member of the public monitored in accordance
with Article 511 or 521 within 30 days and no later than 90 days after the end of the visit. This report may serve as
the annual report to these individuals. However, if an individual visits a site or facility more than once in a year,
then an annual report should be sent which sums the doses from all of the visits.
782 Annual Radiation Report
DOE O 231.1, Environment, Safety and Health Reporting, provides reporting requirements for the Annual Radiation
Dose Summary. This report includes internal and external radiation dose results for monitored DOE and DOE contractor
employees, and for monitored members of the public.
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