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DOE-STD-1098-99
Radiological Control
Training and Qualification
June 2004
3.
Members of the public, including tour groups and visiting dignitaries, who enter the controlled area and are
continuously escorted, should receive a radiological safety orientation. This orientation should include the
following topics and be commensurate with the hazards present in the areas to be entered and the required controls:
a.
Risk of low-level occupational radiation exposure, including cancer and genetic effects
b.
Risk of prenatal radiation exposure
c.
Member of the public and management responsibilities for radiation safety
d.
Adherence to radiological posting and labeling
e.
Applicable emergency procedures
f.
Training for issuance of dosimeters, where applicable.
4.
Information may be communicated by classroom lecture, videotape, or other appropriate methods. An examination
is not required.
5.
Sign-in logs may be used as radiation safety training and orientation records as required by Article 725.
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