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DOE-HDBK-1130-98
8.
Advise Radiological Control personnel of any unusual conditions or situations that may alter
the 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.
1.
General requirements
a.
Protective clothing should be removed without spreading contamination and, in
particular, without contaminating the skin.
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.)
G. Monitor for Contamination
Immediately upon exiting Contamination, High Contamination, Airborne Radioactivity Areas or
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.)
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