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DOE-HDBK-5504-95
Source
Applicability &
Reference
Plan Element
Plan Reference
(2)
The following guidance should be used for
ingestion exposure hazards (from FDA-83-8211):
(a) Preventive actions should be recommended at
______________
1.5 REM thyroid or .5 REM whole
body/affected organ.
(b) Emergency actions should be recommended at
______________
15 REM thyroid or 5 REM whole
body/affected organ.
(c) Response levels corresponding to these PAGs
______________
should be derived for the specific
radionuclides, foodstuffs, and animal feeds of
interest according to the FDA
recommendations.
Guidance for Nonradiological Releases. In general,
______________
EMG-PA
c.
C.1.c
AIHA ERPGs should be used as the basic PACs for
nonradiological releases.
______________
(1)
If ERPG values have not been published for a
substance of interest, the 1-hour Short Term Public
Emergency Guidance Level (SPEGL) value may be
used instead.
______________
(2)
If no ERPG or SPEGL has been developed, the 1-
hour Emergency Exposure Guideline Level (EEGL)
developed by the National Research Council may be
used.
(3)
If no suitable exposure Guidance can be found for a
substance of interest, a facility-specific value
should be developed from available data, and the
______________
basis documented. In general, NIOSH IDLH levels
are not considered suitable bases for emergency
planning.
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