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DOE-HDBK-1130-98
I.
MODULE INTRODUCTION
A. Self Introduction
1. Name
2. Phone Number
3. Background
B. Module Overview
The various types of personnel monitoring devices and the employee's responsibilities
concerning each will be discussed.
C. Objectives Review
D. Introduction
External exposure results from radiation that comes from radioactive material outside of the
body. A "personnel dosimeter" is a device used to measure external dose. Internal dose is
radiation that comes from radioactive material within the body. The whole body counter,
chest counter, and bioassay sampling are methods for measuring internal dose.
Personnel monitoring for radiation dose involves assessing exposure due to external sources
and internal sources.
II.
MODULE OUTLINE
A. External Dosimetry
A personnel dosimeter is a device used to measure radiation dose. Different types of
external dosimeters may be used. Radiological Control personnel determine which type(s)
are needed. The following information identifies the different types used at this facility.
1. Purpose
(Insert facility-specific information to describe purpose, and basic operation of each
type.)
2. Worker responsibilities for external dosimetry include the following:
a. Wear dosimeters when required.
Radiological Control personnel identify the requirements. Check signs and
radiological work permits (RWPs) for the requirements.
b. Wear dosimeters properly.
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