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DOE-HDBK-1130-98
Module 10.3: Practical Factors
Instructor's Notes
C.
Introduce Objectives
1.
Terminal objective.
2.
Enabling objectives.
D. Introduction
Prior knowledge of radiological conditions and
proper use of protective clothing can reduce the
potential for personnel radiation dose and
contamination. Using proper radiological
techniques and information provided by
Radiological Control personnel will help ensure a
safe working environment for all employees.
Suggested activities for
II. MODULE OUTLINE
conducting this practical
exercise are cited in the
This module allows each student to practice
body of the module. The
identifying work requirements for entering, working
suggestions may be altered
in, and exiting a simulated radiological area using
to fit facility needs.
contamination control and ALARA techniques. The
instructor should correct errors or answer student
questions.
A.
Review an appropriate Radiological Work Permit
(RWP)
EO1 Identify and COMPLY
Each worker must review an RWP to identify the
with RWP requirements.
specific requirements and special instructions for
(DOE RCS Articles 321-
the job.
323.)
-
Suggest: Using a facility-specific RWP and, if
applicable, a survey map, conduct a pre-job brief.
Have students review the RWP and survey map and
answer questions regarding each.
-
Suggest: 1) Conduct small group activity where one
group can give the brief to the rest of the class. 2)
Provide a questionnaire for the groups to complete.
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Incorporate lessons learned occurrences.
(Demonstrate or discuss occurrence.)
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