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DOE-HDBK-1130-98
Module 6: Radiological Access Controls and Postings
Instructor's Notes
C.
Areas a RW I Trained Person Can Enter
EO7 Identify the areas a
Radiological Worker I-
The level of training a radiological worker has
trained person may enter.
successfully completed determines the types of areas
he/she can enter.
EO5 Define the areas
1.
Radiological Buffer Areas (RBAs)
controlled for radiological
purposes.
RBAs are intermediate areas which DOE RCS
recommends be established to prevent the spread of
radioactive contamination and to protect personnel
from radiation exposure. This area designation is not
required by 10 CFR 835 and its use may vary from
site to site.
a.
Posting Recommendations:
"CAUTION, RADIOLOGICAL BUFFER AREA"
b.
Recommended requirements for unescorted entry
should include:
1)
Appropriate training, such as Radiological Worker I
EO6 Identify the minimum
Training.
or recommended
requirements for entering,
working in, and exiting
2)
Personnel dosimetry, as appropriate.
Radiological Buffer Areas.
3)
(Insert facility-specific information.)
c.
Recommended requirements for working in RBA
(Insert facility-specific information.)
d.
Recommended requirements for exiting an RBA:
Personnel exiting a RBA containing a
Contamination Area, High Contamination Area, or
Airborne Radioactivity Area should, at a minimum,
perform a hand and foot frisk.
1)
General guidelines for handheld monitoring using a
E08 Identify the purpose
hand-held radioactive contamination survey
and use of personnel
instrument include the following:
contamination methods.
a)
Verify the instrument is on, set to the proper scale,
and within the calibration date.
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