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Minimize the materials used for radiological work


DOE-HDBK-1130-98
Module 4: ALARA Program
Instructor's Notes
b.
Methods to reduce internal radiation dose
EO4 Identify methods for
reducing external and
Reducing the potential for radioactive materials to
internal radiation dose.
enter the body is important. As previously stated,
install or use engineering controls followed by
administrative controls as the primary methods to
control internal exposure. PPE is the last choice for
controlling internal exposure. In addition, the
following are methods the worker can use.
1)
Wear respirators properly when required.
Respirators should only be used by personnel
qualified to wear them.
(Discuss reporting wounds
2)
Report all wounds or cuts (including scratches and
or cuts with facility-
scabs) to the appropriate facility-specific
specific information.)
organization before entering any area controlled for
radiological purposes.
3)
Comply with the requirements of the controlling
work documents.
4)
Do not eat, drink, smoke, or chew in Radioactive
Materials Areas, Contamination Areas, High
Contamination Areas, or Airborne Radioactivity
Areas, as dispersible radioactive materials may be
present.
5)
(Insert facility-specific information.)
3.
Lessons Learned
Review lessons learned from your site or other sites
to demonstrate what may be learned from mistakes
leading to excessive personnel exposures.
(Insert facility-specific information.)
D.
Radioactive Waste Minimization
One of the potential consequences of working with
radioactive materials is the generation of radioactive
waste. This radioactive waste must be properly
disposed. Examples of radioactive waste include:
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