Module 6: Radiological Access Controls and Postings
Pre-job briefing requirements.
Pre-job briefings generally consist of discussions
among workers and supervisor(s) concerning various
radiological aspects of the job. The purpose of the
briefings should be to discuss radiological exposure
and appropriate actions for unplanned situations.
Required level of training for entry.
Protective clothing/equipment requirements.
Radiological Control coverage requirements and stay
time controls, as applicable.
Limiting radiological condition that may void the
Special dose or contamination reduction.
Special personnel frisking considerations.
Technical work document to be used, as applicable.
Date of issue and expiration.
Authorizing signatures and unique identifying
designation or number.
EO2 Identify the worker's
Responsibilities of the worker when using an RWP
responsibilities in using
Radiological Work Permits.
Workers must read and comply with the RWP
Workers must acknowledge they have read,
understood, and agreed to comply with the RWP
prior to entering the area and after any revision to the
RWP. This is done by signature or through
Radiological Control or a supervisor should be
contacted prior to work if the RWP appears to be
incorrect or is difficult to understand.
Do not make substitutions for specified requirements.
Report to Radiological Control personnel if
radiological controls are not adequate or are not
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