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DOE-STD-1098-99
Radiological Control
Radiological Control Records
June 2004
PART 5 Radiological Monitoring
751 Area Monitoring Records
1.
Radiological control programs require the performance of radiation, airborne radioactivity, and contamin ation
monitoring to determine existing conditions in a given location. Maps with sufficient detail to permit identification
of original survey and sampling locations should be maintained. Radiological monitoring results should be recorded
on appropriate standard forms and include the following common elements:
a.
Date, time, and purpose of the survey
b.
General and specific location of the survey
c.
Name and signature of the surveyor and analyst
d.
Pertinent information needed to interpret the survey res ults
e.
Reference to a specific radiological work permit if the survey is performed to support the permit.
2.
Records shall be maintained to document:
a.
Results of monitoring and surveys for radiation and radioactive materials [see 835.703(a)]
b.
Result s of monitoring and calculations used to determine individual occupational doses [see 835.703(b)]
c.
Results of surveys for release of materials from radiological areas [see 835.703(c)]
d.
Results of sealed radioactive source leak tests and inventories [see 835.704(f)]
e.
Results of surveys of radioactive material packages received from transportation [see 835.405 and 701(a)]
f.
Changes in monitoring equipment, techniques, and procedures [see 835.704(e)].
752 Radiation Monitoring
1.
In addition to the elements provided in Article 751, records of radiation monitoring should include at a minimum, the
following information:
a.
Instrument model and serial number
b.
Results of the measurements of area dose rates
c.
Locations of hot spots and other radiological hazards
d.
Facility conditions existing during the survey that may have affected radiological conditions.
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