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DOE-HDBK-1130-98
I.
MODULE INTRODUCTION
A. Self Introduction
1.
Name
2.
Phone Number
3.
Background
B.
Module Overview
1.
Demonstration/activities
The practical factors unit consists of various activities/demonstrations that are led by the
instructor, but participation by the entire class is encouraged. These activities are provided
as a practice session for the student before he/she is evaluated.
This module WILL:
a.
Provide the radiological worker with "hands -on" training.
b.
Apply the basic knowledge and skills obtained from the theory portions of Radiological
Worker Training that are required to enter and exit radiological areas at the site.
c.
Review good radiological work practices for contamination control and dose control.
d.
Review lessons learned (when applicable) from on-site and off-site occurrences.
2.
Evaluation
Upon completion of the "hands on" training, each student shall demonstrate the ability to
enter, work in, and exit a simulated radiological area following facility-specific guidelines.
The scope of the practical evaluation shall cover the minimum requirements as set out in
references 1, 2, and 3.
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.
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