August 1999 Operational Radiation Safety

Operational Radiation Safety, Vol. 76, No. 2, February 1999 Frequent contamination surveying is an important part of good radiation safety practice in nuclear medicine.

Contents of Vol. 76, No. 2, February 1999


Welcome to Operafional Radiation Safety — K. L. Miller

With Appreciation to Our Affiliates — K. H. Dinger


Robotic Recovery of Highly Radioactive Resin — D. C. Miller

Radiation Safety Instruction for Non-Radiation Workers — R. Michel and K. C. Kerns

Effective Presentation of Radiation Safety Training-Risk Communication; An Important Function of Radiation Safety Training — R. H. Johnson, Jr

Unwanted Radioactive Sources in the Public Domain: A Historical Perspective — J. O. Lubenau

Benchmarking Radiation Protection Programs — J. Shapiro and J. P. Ring

Reorganization and Consolidation of a Safety Program — K. L. Classic and R. J. Vetter

Adding Water to Liquid Scintillation Cocktail for Laboratory Wipe Tests — G. M. Sturchio, G. R. King, M. J. Dorman, P. J. Meechan

Tritium Dose Overestimates by CAP88-PC — B. S. Parks

Variations in Dose to the Extremities of Vascular/Interventional Radiologists — N. E. Anderson, S. H. King, and K. L. Miller

Communicafing Effectively with Regulatory Agencies in the Licensing Process — M. T. Ryan


Michael T. Ryan