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Bioassay Contingency Plans


DOE-STD-1121-98
methods and requirements for measurement (bioassay) and evaluating and recording internal dose
methods for consistent collection of workplace and personnel monitoring data, its evaluation,
documentation of results, and records maintenance
the components of the internal dosimetry program and the organizational structure to which it
reports
responsibilities of line management and members of the dose evaluation group
elements of the workplace and radiological worker monitoring programs that are germane to
internal dosimetry
guidelines for prompt follow-up of worker intakes of radioactive materials, and appropriate
follow-up response to intakes, including the medical management of workers with excessive
intakes
all relevant subcontractor procedures to be included in the historical record files of the DOE
contractor
the MDAs of the various bioassay measurement methods
programmatic details, including:
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method(s) of bioassay measurements (e.g., urinalysis, fecal analysis, or in vivo counting)
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analytical methodology (e.g., chemical separation followed by alpha counting)
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measurement parameters (e.g., counting time or instrument efficiency) to be used in each
component of the bioassay program
frequency of the routine bioassay program
agreements with the bioassay measurements laboratory on needed turnaround times, MDAs for
special and routine samples, and priorities for classification of samples (e.g., routine, special,
emergency)
factors to be considered by the internal dosimetry staff in determining the follow-up or
confirmatory actions to be taken in response to positive bioassay results
actions taken following a bioassay result unexpectedly above the DL
personnel who will establish confirmatory bioassay requirements in cases not covered by the
procedures
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