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DOE-HDBK-5504-95
Source
Applicability &
Reference
Plan Element
Plan Reference
(4)
When an emergency involves two or more PACs
______________
(e.g. when a release involves multiple chemicals, or
involves both a chemical and radiological hazard)
protective actions should be based on the most
conservative (most protective) standard, unless the
combination of hazards is known to be more toxic
than any of the components.
b. Guidance for Radiological Releases. EPA and FDA
EMG-PA
C.1.b
PAGs should be used as the basic PACs for radiological
releases.
(1)
The following guidance should be used for plume
exposure hazards, unless another standard is
approved by appropriate Field and Headquarters
offices:
______________
(a) A projected dose equivalent of 1 REM to
standard man, where the projected dose
equivalent is the sum of the Expected Dose
Equivalent (EDE) from exposure to external
sources and the Committed Effective Dose
Equivalent (CEDE) from inhalation during the
early phase; or
______________
(b) A projected committed dose equivalent to the
infant thyroid (adult thyroid for onsite workers)
of 5 REM; or
______________
(c) A projected dose equivalent to the skin of 50
REM.
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