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DOE-HDBK-1130-98
Module 6: Radiological Access Controls and Postings
Instructor's Notes
EO5 Define the areas
5.
Soil Contamination Areas (for work that doesn't
controlled for radiological
disturb the soil) (Recommended)
purposes.
This area designation is recommended by the DOE
RCS. It contains surface soil or subsurface
contamination levels that exceed the recommended
DOE limits. This type of area designation is not
required by 10 CFR 835 and its use may vary from
site to site.
a.
EO6 Identify the minimum
"CAUTION, SOIL CONTAMINATION
or recommended
AREA"
requirements for entering,
working in.,and exiting Soil
b.
Contact the Radiological Control Organization for
Contamination Areas.
entry and exit requirements.
Show sign.
c.
(Insert facility-specific information.)
6.
Underground Radioactive Materials Areas (URMAS)
EO5 Define the areas
(when an individual is not likely to receive a dose of
controlled for radiological
>0.1 rem in a year) (Recommended)
purposes.
URMAS are area designations recommended by the
DOE RCS. They are established to indicate the
presence of underground items that contain
radioactive materials such as pipelines, radioactive
cribs, covered ponds, inactive burial grounds, and
covered spills. This type of area designation is not
required by 10 CFR 835, and its use may vary from
site to site.
a.
Show sign.
"UNDERGROUND RADIOACTIVE
MATERIALS"
Special instructions such as, "Consult with
Radiological Control Organization before Digging"
or "Subsurface Contamination Exists" may be
included.
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