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ANSI/HPS N13.6

2010 Edition, 2010

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Practice for Occupational Radiation Exposure Records Systems



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Product Details:

  • Revision: 2010 Edition, 2010
  • Published Date: January 2010
  • Status: Active, Most Current
  • Document Language: English
  • Published By: Health Physics Society (HPS)
  • Page Count: 29
  • ANSI Approved: Yes
  • DoD Adopted: No

Description / Abstract:

This standard considers records that are necessary to describe the occupational radiation exposure of individuals and the conditions under which the exposure occurred. Any individual for whom individual monitoring is performed to measure exposure to radiological conditions shall have the monitoring results, including zero doses, recorded in the facility records so that the results are readily retrievable. To accomplish this, comprehensive records should be generated and retained in the following categories:

radiological records that are related to an individual (e.g., records of bioassay data, results from individually worn dosimeters, skin contaminations, and involvement in radiological incidents);

radiological records that are related to the status of work areas (e.g., air-sampling results and radiation surveys);

records that describe work requirements, such as protective clothing and equipment, dosimeters to be worn, special criteria and guidelines, etc., for work in radiological areas (e.g., radiological work permits and technical work documents);

records that describe the technical and administrative basis for the radiological protection and dosimetry programs (e.g., standards, policies, procedures, and methods of evaluation);

records that identify and describe the radiological protection training received by individuals who work in radiological areas.