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DOE-HDBK-1130-98
2.
DOE Management Policy for the ALARA program
Personal radiation exposure shall be maintained As Low As Reasonably Achievable.
Radiation exposure to the work force and public shall be controlled such that:
Radiation doses are well below regulatory limits.
There is no radiation exposure without an overall benefit.
3.
Site policy
(Insert facility-specific information.)
B.
Responsibilities for the ALARA Program
The individual radiological worker is ultimately responsible for maintaining his/her radiation dose
ALARA. However, management and Radiological Control personnel also play an important role
in the ALARA program. The following are some of the responsibilities of the three groups:
1.
Management
(Insert facility-specific information.)
2.
Radiological Control Organization
(Insert facility-specific information.)
3.
Radiological workers
Each radiological worker is expected to demonstrate responsibility and accountability. This
is accomplished through an informed, disciplined, and cautious attitude toward radiation and
(Insert facility-specific information.)
C. External and Internal Radiation Dose Reduction
Engineering controls should be the primary method to control exposure (e.g., enclosed hoods).
Administrative controls is the next method to control exposures (e.g., postings). Personnel
protective equipment is the last method (e.g., respirators).
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