This section summarizes facility administrative control levels and dose limits,
including process for planned special exposures.
This section summarizes exposure controls directly associated with
radiological activities. Include in this summary generic precautions for
conduct of radiological tasks, special personnel protective equipment, and
permanent shielding used to control exposures.
This section specifically summarizes plans and procedures for posting,
labeling, or signifying boundaries for facility areas containing radioactive
material and material containers and entry and exit control for personnel in
permits and provisions for controlling access and stay times, and definition and
radiation area, very high radiation area, airborne radioactivity area, high
contamination area, and radiological buffer areas.
This section summarizes the basis of the dosimetry program for external and
internal radiation monitoring of workers. Include in the summary basis for use
of various types of dosimeters including accident dosimetry and bioassay
requirements (i.e., bases for selecting personnel, frequency of routine in vivo
and in vitro and any nonroutine bioassay conducted). Briefly discuss the
program in terms of issuance, control, and monitoring of dosimeters and
documentation of dosimetry results including combining internal and external
This section summarizes plans and procedures for respiratory protection for
workers. Include in this summary types of respiratory protection equipment
and their usage in normal, abnormal, and accident conditions; control and
issuance of respirators (training; fitness and medical testing); inspection of
equipment (cleaning, maintenance, and repair); and documentation of
This section summarizes the radioactive material sampling and monitoring
program conducted internal and external to the facility. This summary should
address overall facility monitoring to prevent the spread of radioactive
contamination, operational monitoring of workers, and monitoring and sampling
for detection of material release by airborne and other pathways (e.g., water, soil),
programs for continuing collection of relevant meteorological data, and records,
and reports ge nerated in the monitoring program.