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DOE-STD-1128-98
3.2.2.1
Radiation Protection Procedures
A plutonium facility should have a written policy on radiation protection,
including a policy on keeping exposures ALARA. All radiation
protection procedures and controls should have formal, recognizable
technical bases for limits, methods, and personnel protection standards.
Procedures should be adequately documented, updated periodically, and
maintained in a centralized historical file. A control system should be
established to account for all copies and ensure that all new procedures
are included in the historical files. A designated period of time for
maintaining historical files should be established. DOE Order 200.1
(DOE, 1996a) and ANSI/HPS N13.6 (ANSI, 1999a) provide guidance on
how to maintain historical files. In addition, radiation protection
procedures should have a documented approval system and established
intervals for review and/or revision. A tracking system should be
developed to ensure that the required reviews and revisions occur.
Radiation protection procedures should be provided for but not limited to
the following topics:
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Posting and labeling of facilities
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development and maintenance of all radiation protection records
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reporting of unusual radiation occurrences
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use of radiation monitoring instruments
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use of radiation sources (e.g., reference calibration)
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reporting of radiation exposures
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use of protective clothing
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responding to radiological emergency events
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surveying and monitoring
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counting room equipment and use
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instrument maintenance and control
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development and use of Radiological Work Permits (RWPs)
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responsibilities of operations staff for contamination control and
personnel surveys.
Two topics, RWPs and facility posting and labeling, are discussed below
in more detail.
3.2.2.2
Radiological Work Permits
Radiological Work Permits or other work planning documents should be
used for entry into high and very high radiation areas, high
contamination areas, and
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