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DOE-HDBK-1130-98
2.
Types of RWPs
The type of RWP used will depend on the radiological conditions in the area.
a.
General Radiological Work Permit
1)
This should be used to control routine or repetitive activities such as tours and
inspections or minor work activities in areas with well characterized, stable
radiological conditions.
2)
General RWPs should not be approved for periods longer than 1 year.
3)
Examples of use
(Insert facility-specific information.)
b.
Job-specific radiological work permit
1)
This should be used to control nonroutine operations or work in areas with
changing radiological conditions.
2)
It should only remain in effect for the duration of a particular job.
3)
Examples of use
(Insert facility-specific information.)
c.
An alternate formal mechanism, such as written procedures, experiment authorizations,
or other written authorization, may be used in lieu of an RWP. The alternate method
should include the elements of an RWP.
3.
Information found on the RWP
The RWP should include the following information:
a.
Description of work.
b.
Work area radiological conditions
This information may also be determined from area radiological survey maps/diagrams
or the radiological posting for that area.
c.
Dosimetry requirements.
d.
Pre-job briefing requirements.
Pre-job briefings generally consist of discussions among workers and supervisor(s)
concerning various radiological aspects of the job. The purpose of the briefings should
be to discuss radiological exposure and appropriate actions for unplanned situations.
e.
Required level of training for entry.
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