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Appendix 3 B: Physical Access Controls for High and Very High Radiation Areas


DOE-STD-1098-99
Radiological Control
Conduct of Radiological Work
June 2004
Temporary Shielding
Design shielding to include stress considerations
Control installation and removal by written procedure
Inspect after installation
Conduct periodic radiation surveys
Prevent damage caused by weight of heavy temporary shielding
Balance radiation exposure received in installation against exposure saved by installation
Shield travel routes
Shield components with abnormally high radiation levels early in the maintenance period
Shield position(s) occupied by worker
Perform directional surveys to improve design of shielding by locating source of radiation
Use mock-ups to plan temporary shielding design and installation
Consider use of water-filled shielding
Rehearsing and Briefing
Rehearse
Use mock-ups duplicating working conditions
Use photographs and videotapes
Conduct briefings of workers in accordance with Article 324
Performing Work
Comply with technical work documents and RWPs
Post radiation levels
Keep excess personnel out of radiation areas
Control radiation exposure while controlling exposure to other hazards
Supervisors and workers keep track of radiation exposure
Compare actual dose against pre -job estimates
Workers assist in radiation and radioactivity measurements
Delegate radiological control monitoring responsibilities
Evaluate the size of the work crew as work progresses
Reevaluate methods used to control radiation doses
Compare actual collective dose against pre -job estimate
Coordinate personnel at the job site to reduce non-productive time
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