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DOE-HDBK-1130-98
Module 10.3: Practical Factors
Instructor's Notes
1.
General requirements
EO6 REMOVE protective
clothing and dosimeter(s) in
a.
Protective clothing should be removed without
accordance with posted
spreading contamination and, in particular, without
instructions. (DOE RCS,
contaminating the skin.
Appendix 3C.)
b.
Workers should be instructed not to touch the skin
or place anything in the mouth during protective
clothing removal.
c.
Posted instructions for protective clothing removal
should be posted adjacent to the step-off pad.
2.
Removal process
-
Suggest: Using facility-specific posted instructions,
remove protective clothing and dosimeter(s). If
practical, have students do the same.
-
Incorporate lessons learned occurrences.
(Demonstrate or discuss occurrences.)
EO7 MONITOR for
G. Monitor for Contamination
personnel contamination in
accordance with posted
Immediately upon exiting Contamination, High
instructions. (DOE RCS,
Contamination, Airborne Radioactivity Areas or
Appendix 3D.)
prior to exiting a Radiological Buffer Area that
contains these areas, monitoring for contamination
is required.
-
Suggest: Using facility-specific instructions and
contamination control techniques, monitor for
contamination. If practical, have students do the
same.
-
Incorporate lessons learned occurrences.
(Demonstrate or discuss occurrences.)
III.
SUMMARY
The practical factor exercise provided an opportunity for each
student to practice the skills required to safely perform work
within a simulated radiological area.
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