Always have proper personnel monitoring that might
1. Whole body
Whole-body dosimeter such as a thermoluminescent
dosimeter (TLD) or film badge.
2. Extremity monitoring
Finger rings, if handling high contact dose rate materials
such as P-32.
EO8: IDENTIFY the proper
D. Personnel Protective Clothing (Anti-C)
use of protective clothing.
The degree of clothing required is dependent on the work
area, radiological conditions, and the nature of the job. The
use of personnel protective clothing and equipment is the
least desired option. Use of engineering controls such as
gloveboxes or fumehoods is preferred. Standard clothing
requirements for biomedical research laboratory work
Lab coats with long sleeves that are buttoned or
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