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DOE-HDBK-1108-97
Radiological Training for Accelerator Facilities
Student's Guide
VII.
ABNORMAL CONDITIONS
EO-19 IDENTIFY facility alarms and responses to abnormal conditions.
To properly deal with unexpected abnormal situations occurring in an accelerator facility, a well-
thought-out response program and personnel trained to execute the responses should be in place.
Abnormal conditions may include:
A.
Loss of Beam Containment (insert facility-specific information).
B.
Radiation Overexposure (insert facility-specific information).
C.
Fires (insert facility-specific information).
D.
Loss of Radioactive Material (insert facility-specific information).
E.
Facility Alarms (insert facility-specific information)
F.
Safety Assessment Document (SAD).
DOE Order 5480.25 requires a SAD for accelerators. The SAD provides analysis of the potential
accidents that can be experienced at a particular facility and outlines the accelerator's safety
envelope.
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