(b) Procedures should provide for incorporating
event-specific data and parameters into the
analysis as information becomes available.
(1) Procedures should identify these event-
specific, real-time information (e.g.,
meteorological conditions, release
characteristics, plant conditions).
(2) Procedures should identify the expected
sources of real-time information (e.g.,
instrument readings, sample results).
(c) Procedures should identify alternative methods
available for determining release
rate/magnitude and projected dose/concen-
tration if the instrumentation used for
assessment purposes are off-scale or
(d) Procedures should provide for a consequence
assessment capability that should be able to
function continuously throughout an extended
event (days or weeks) if necessary. Staffing
and logistic planning should provide that data
collection, transmission, and analysis can
continue around the clock during this phase.
The emergency plan should provide for a
consequence assessment capability that includes
making radiological and toxic chemical dose
projections for the inhalation and ingestion
b. The emergency plan should describe the procedures to
continuously and in real time, where appropriate, monitor
an emergency or continuing situation to update the