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DOE-HDBK-1130-98
I.
MODULE INTRODUCTION
A. Self Introduction
1. Name
2. Phone Number
3. Background
B. Module Overview
This module discusses off-normal and emergency situations and the appropriate response to
each. Radiological alarms associated with monitoring equipment will also be discussed.
C. Objectives Review
D. Introduction
Monitoring systems are used to warn personnel when off-normal radiological conditions
exist. Radiological workers must become familiar with these alarms and know the response
to each. These responses will help to minimize exposure and personal contamination during
off-normal conditions.
II.
MODULE OUTLINE
A. Emergency Alarms and Responses
Equipment that monitors radiation dose rates and airborne contamination levels is placed
throughout DOE radiological facilities. It is essential for radiological workers to recognize
the equipment and the associated alarms and know the appropriate response.
1. Area Radiation Monitors
Types and purpose
Operational check (if appropriate)
Alarms
Appropriate response
(Insert facility-specific information.)
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