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DOE-HDBK-1130-98
Module 9:
Radioactive Contamination Control
Prerequisites: Core Academics - (Modules 1-7)
Terminal Objective:
Given different types of radioactive contamination, identify the methods used to control the spread of
radioactive contamination in accordance with lesson material.
Enabling Objectives:
The participant will be able to select the correct response from a group of responses to verify his/her
ability to:
EO1
Define fixed, removable, and airborne contamination.
EO2
State sources of radioactive contamination.
EO3
State the appropriate response to a spill of radioactive material.
EO4
Identify methods used to control radioactive contamination.
EO5
Identify the proper use of protective clothing.
EO6
Identify the purpose and use of personnel contamination monitors.
EO7
Identify the normal methods used for decontamination.
EO8
Define "Contamination," "High Contamination," and "Airborne Radioactivity Areas."
EO9
Identify the minimum requirements for entering, working in, and exiting Contamination, High
Contamination, and Airborne Radioactivity Areas.
Instructional Aids:
1.
Student Guide
2.
Transparencies
3.
Activities (as applicable)
4.
Self-check quizzes (as applicable)
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