Excellence in Radiological Control
155 Radiological Control Coordinating Committee (RCCC)
The RCCC, as a minimum, consists of the Radiological Control Program Advisors from the Offices of the National
Nuclear Security Administration, Science, Environmental Restoration and Waste Management, and Nuclear
Energy, Science, and Technology, and representatives from EH, and selected Operations Offices and Field
The RCCC is expected to receive and review suggestions, concerns, and comments from its individual members,
Operations Offices, and contractors. The RCCC functions in a collective manner to promote a consistent and
uniform emphasis in the direction and implementation of this Standard. Communications with the RCCC should
follow standard administrative and reporting channels.
The RCCC should meet at least quarterly and more frequently during periods of transition (i.e., when developing or
implementing significant new or revised complex-wide programs).
RCCC meetings should include representatives from Operations Offices and Field Organizations and recognized
industry experts from outside DOE. The interaction with non-DOE professionals enhances the awareness of state-
of-the-art technology and practices.
156 DOE Employees in the Workplace
DOE employees at a DOE site or facility are subject to and should adhere to the provisions of the contractor's site-
specific radiological control manual.