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DOE-HDBK-1113-98
Module 104 Internal Dose Control
Lesson Plan
Instructor's Notes
tools and equipment, and by performing as
many work activities as practical outside
contaminated areas.
Besides reducing the spread of
contamination, these practices save money
by:
reducing the number of personnel
requiring tr aining,
reducing the cost of decontaminating and
surveying tools and equipment,
reducing the cost of protective clothing
used, and
minimizing the pro duction of ra dioactive
waste.
f.
Protective Equipment
i.
Protective Clothing
Show OT-36
Discuss your facility specific
Use of protective clothing (PC) in
protective clothing requirements.
contaminated areas will mini mize
the potential for skin contamination
and ingestion of uranium. The
choice of PC garments will be
based on the type of job and the
form of contamination hazards.
Protective clothing should not be
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