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DOE-HDBK-5504-95
Source
Applicability &
Reference
Plan Element
Plan Reference
EMG-CA
(c) When there is the potential for a radiological
______________
C.7.c
release, the procedures should provide that:
EMG-CA
(1) Field teams be provided with limits on
______________
C.7.c.(1)
collected dose and other relevant data to
prevent excessively harmful exposures.
EMG-CA
(2) Field teams be able to make rapid
______________
C.7.c.(2)
assessment of the actual or potential
radiological impact.
EMG-CA
(3) Means be provided for locating and
______________
tracking effluent plumes in the environ-
C.7.c.(3)
ment and detecting surface contamination.
EMG-CA
(4) Means be provided to correlate field
______________
measurements of concentrations with dose
C.7.c.(4)
rates or integrated dose.
EMG-CA
(d) For potential non-radiological releases, within
C.7.d
limitations imposed by personal protective
equipment and limitations of field
measurement and analytical instrumentation-
equipment, provision should be made for the
following:
EMG-CA
(1) The emergency plan and procedures
______________
C.7.d.(1)
should address how non-radioactive
hazardous material affect humans and the
environment (i.e., the nature of the
impact).
EMG-CA
(2) To prevent excessively harmful
______________
C.7.d.(1)
exposures, procedures should require that
field teams be provided with exposure
limits and relevant data on non-
radioactive hazardous materials that could
be released.
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