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Part 5. Evaluation of Performance


DOE-STD-1098-99
Radiological Control
Conduct of Radiological Work
June 2004
4.
Contamination area postings should be annotated to specifically identify the presence of hot particles.
5.
Access to hot particle areas should be controlled by a job-specific RWP. The following controls should be
considered for inclusion on the RWP:
a.
Periodic personnel monitoring during the work activity, at a frequency based on the potential magnitude of
personnel exposure
b.
Additional personal protective equipment and clothing
c.
Direct radiological control coverage during work and assistance during protective clothing removal
d.
Use of sticky pads or multiple step-off pads.
6.
Personal protective equipment and clothing used in hot particle areas should be segregated from other radiological
protective equipment and clothing during laundering and surveyed prior to reuse.
7.
Response to hot particle skin or clothing contamination should include the following:
a.
Immediate removal and retention of the hot particle for subsequent analysis
b.
Analysis of the particle
c.
Assessment of worker dose
d.
Evaluation of work control adequacy.
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