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DOE-HDBK-1130-98
Module 10.3: Practical Factors
Instructor's Notes
4.
Perform work safely and efficiently.
5.
Use time, distance, and shielding.
a.
When possible, maximize distance from higher
radiation areas.
b.
When possible, stay in areas that have lower
c.
Do not loiter in the area.
d.
Avoid hot spots.
6.
Change outer gloves when instructed by
Radiological Control personnel, or periodically
while working with contaminated or highly
contaminated equipment.
7.
Use good housekeeping techniques.
EO5 RESPOND to
8.
Advise Radiological Control personnel of any
abnormal radiological
unusual conditions or situations that may alter the
conditions and alarms.
status of the job or the work area.
-
Suggest: During demonstration, pre-stage abnormal
situations, and discuss appropriate response.
-
Unusual situations or conditions may include off-
scale dosimeter, spill of water, shielding that has
slipped, posting that is different from pre-job brief
information, etc.
9.
Take appropriate actions to radiological alarms. Be
familiar with location of area monitors.
10.
Personnel and equipment must be monitored.
F. Remove Protective Clothing and Dosimeter(s)
Once the job has been completed, the worker should
proceed directly to the step-off pad area and follow
facility-specific instructions.
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