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DOE-HDBK-1130-98
C. Methods for Obtaining Radiation Dose Records
1.
Individuals who are monitored for exposure at DOE facilities have the right to request
reports of that exposure as follows:
a.
Upon the request from an individual terminating employment, records of radiation dose
shall be provided by the DOE facility within 90 days. If requested, a written estimate of
radiation exposure received by the terminating employee shall be provided at the time of
termination.
b.
Each individual required to be monitored for radiation exposure at a DOE facility shall
receive a report of that exposure on an annual basis.
c.
Detailed information concerning any individual's dose shall be made available to the
individual upon request of that individual.
d.
When a DOE contractor is required to report to the Department, pursuant to
Departmental requirements for occurrence reporting and processing, any exposure of an
individual to radiation and/or radioactive material, or planned special exposure, the
contrac tor shall also provide that individual with a report on his/her exposure data
included therein. Such a report shall be transmitted at a time not later than the
transmittal to the Department.
2.
Reporting radiation dose received from other facilities and medical applications
a.
Notify Radiological Control personnel prior to and following any radiation dose received
at another facility so that dose records can be updated.
b.
Notify Radiological Control of medical radioactive applications. This does not include
routine medical and dental X rays. This does include therapeutic and diagnostic radio -
pharmaceuticals.
(Insert facility-specific information.)
III.
SUMMARY
(Insert facility-specific information.)
IV.
EVALUATION
(Insert facility-specific information.)
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