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DOE-STD-1128-98
are accounted for and that all new procedures are included in the historical files. A
designated period of time for holding the historical files should be established. DOE Order
200.1 (DOE, 1996a) and ANSI/HPS N13.6 (ANSI, 1999a) provide guidance on how long
to keep 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.
The radiation protection procedure system should provide for but not be limited to, the
following topics: radiation work procedures, posting and labeling, instrument calibration,
and provision for audits.
3.9.1
Radiation Work Procedures
Radiation work procedures, including RWPs, survey procedures, ALARA reviews,
sample counting, and other task procedures, fall within the requirements for
conduct of operations. All sections of DOE Order 5480.19, Ch. 2 (DOE, 2001c)
apply. The guidance and requirements of Section XVI, "Operations Procedures," is
especially pertinent to radiation work procedures. Procedures are a key factor
affecting radiation protection performance. Appropriate attention should be given
to writing, reviewing, approving, and monitoring implementation of radiation
protection procedures. There should be documented qualification and training
requirements for those who prepare and approve procedures. A formal approval
process should be established. Procedure changes and revisions should be subject
to the same review and approval process as the initial procedure.
Personnel should be trained in the use of the procedures they will be expected to
perform. For RWPs, workers should read the RWP and verify by signature that
they have read it, understand its contents, and will comply with its requirements in
the conduct of the work. Procedures should be available for personnel use. The
RWPs should be posted at the entrance to the work location. There should be a
system in place to assure that posted copies of all work procedures, including
RWPs, are current.
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