Personal effects such as watches, rings, jewelry, etc., should not be worn.
Full protective clothing generally consists of:
NOTE: Cotton glove liners may be worn inside rubber gloves for comfort, but should
not be worn alone or considered as a layer of protection against contamination.
Proper use of protective clothing
Inspect protective clothing for rips, tears, or holes prior to use. If you find
damaged protective clothing, discard properly.
Supplemental and multiple dosimeters should be worn as prescribed by the
Radiological Control Organization.
After donning protective clothing, proceed directly from the dress-out area to
the work area.
Avoid getting coveralls wet. Wet coveralls provide a means for contamination
to reach the skin/clothing.
Contact Radiological Control personnel if clothing becomes ripped, wet, or
Respiratory protection equipment
This is used to prevent the inhalation of radioactive materials. This training course
DOES NOT qualify a worker to wear respiratory protection equipment.
Contamination Monitoring Equipment
Contamination monitoring equipment is used to detect radioactive contamination on personnel
Types and uses
Hand Held Contamination Monitor:
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