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DOE-STD-1128-98
The use of vacuum cleaners for contamination control requires careful
consideration and strict controls to assure that the process does not spread
contamination. As a minimum, all vacuums used for radioactive material
should have HEPA filtration on the exhaust. In some instances, the additional
precaution of having the exhaust vented into a process ventilation system
should be considered.
4.2.2 Reporting and Documenting Contamination Levels
Radiological control programs require the performance of contamination surveys to
determine existing conditions in a given location. Maps with sufficient detail to
permit identification of original survey locations should be maintained. Records
should contain sufficient detail to be meaningful even after the originator is no longer
available. Contamination surveys should be recorded on appropriate standard forms
and include the following common elements:
-- Date, time, and purpose of the survey
-- General and specific location of the survey
-- Name and signature of the surveyor and analyst
-- Pertinent information needed to interpret the survey results
-- Reference to a specific Radiological Work Permit if the survey is performed to
support the permit [see DOE standard, Radiological Control, Ch. 1. part 751.1
(DOE, 2004)].
Records should be maintained to document changes in monitoring equipment,
techniques and procedures [see DOE standard Radiological Control, Ch. 1. part 751.2
(DOE, 2004)].
In addition, records of contamination surveys should include, at a minimum, the
following information:
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