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DOE-HDBK-1130-98
Module 7: Radiological Emergencies
Instructor's Notes
2.
Airborne Contamination Monitors
-
Types and purpose
EO2 Identify the correct
-
Operational check (if appropriate)
responses to emergencies
-
Alarms
and alarms.
-
Appropriate response
(Insert facility-specific information.)
EO3 State the possible
3.
Disregard for Radiological Alarms
consequences of
disregarding radiological
Disregarding any of these radiological alarms may
alarms.
lead to:
-
Possible excessive radiation dose
-
Unnecessary spread of contamination
-
Unnecessary personal contamination
-
Disciplinary action
B. Radiological Emergency Situations
Working in a radiological environment requires
more precautionary measures than performing the
same job in a nonradiological setting. If an
emergency arises during radiological work, response
actions may be necessary to ensure personnel safety.
Personnel injuries in areas controlled for radiological EO2 Identify the correct
1.
responses to emergencies
purposes.
and/or alarms.
(Insert facility-specific information.)
2.
Situations that require immediate exit from an area
controlled for radiological purpose.
(Insert facility-specific information.)
3.
An accidental breach of a radioactive system or spill
of radioactive material.
a.
For radioactive spills involving highly toxic
chemicals, workers should immediately exit the area
without attempting to stop or secure the spill. They
should then promptly notify Industrial Hygiene or
the Hazardous Material team and Radiological
Control personnel.
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