Entry, Work, and Exit Requirements
The instructor should evaluate student knowledge of requirements. Suggested items to be evaluated
A. Identify High Radiation Area signs.
State special controls on RWP.
C. State area radiation levels (with appropriate units).
D. State facility-specific administrative control levels.
Select dosimetry in accordance with RWP.
Wear dosimetry in accordance with procedures.
G. Perform pre-operational checks (as appropriate) on survey meter and/or dose rate indicating
H. Record appropriate information on RWP prior to entry.
Verify current radiation survey prior to first entry.
Enter only areas designated on RWP.
K. Maximize distance from higher radiation areas.
Do not loiter.
M. State appropriate actions to take when a radiation area monitor alarms.
N. Record appropriate information on RWP upon exit.
The practical factor exercise provided an opportunity for each student to practice the skills required to
safely perform work within a simulated High Radiation Area.
A. Review Evaluation Rules/Process
Each facility must develop a practical factors evaluation. Incorporating the requirements of the
DOE Radiological Control Technical Standard and facility-specific procedures is recommended
(guidance for conducting a practical factors evaluation is contained in Attachment 1).
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