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DOE-HDBK-1108-97
Radiological Training for Accelerator Facilities
Instructor's Guide
Lesson Plan
Instructor's Notes
3.
Neutron radiation.
Neutron monitoring is complicated and should be
performed by an individual qualified to perform
neutron surveys.
D. Residual Radiation
Define removable and fixed
contamination if not covered in
Radioactive materials may be found at accelerator
previous training.
facilities in the form of:
N
Removable contamination.
N
Fixed contamination.
N
Activated materials.
N
Volume contamination.
1.
Residual radiation monitoring
Residual radiation is typically monitored with
portable instruments and contamination swipes.
Types of monitoring may include:
N
Work areas.
N
Items/materials.
N
Operational systems.
2.
Monitoring instruments
(Facility-Specific) Each facility
should discuss the locations and
Special instruments may be needed for monitoring
instruments used for monitoring
residual activity in materials depending on:
induced activity.
N
Nature of material.
N
Physical form ( i.e., liquids).
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