August 1999 Operational Radiation Safety

Operational Radiation Safety, Vol. 77, No. 2, August 1999 Laser safety is often a responsibility that the RSO must assume. For guidance on establishing a laser safety program see the article by Michel, et. al. on page S2.

Contents of Vol. 77, No. 2, August 1999


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Managing a Sound Laser Safety Program — R. Michel, R. Michel, K. Kerns and T. Zimmerman

Operational Comparison of Bubble Dosimetry with Albedo Themoluminescent Dosimetry for a Selected Group of 238Pu Workers — L. Romero, J. Hoffman, E. Foltyn and T. Buhl

Tritium Source Identification Following the Flood of a Weapons-Effects Tunnel — D. Koelker; W. Johnson and J. Metcalf

STREAM and WPS—Tools for Improving Worker Safety at Chornobyl — G. Vargo, A. Dasgupta, R. Lentz, J. Neal

An Approach to Evaluating the Societal Risks and Agricultural Impacts from a Proposed Plutonium Processing Facility — J. Thompson, E. Thompson and J. Hamilton

Authonzed Release of DOE's Non-Real Property: Process and Approach — S. Chen, N. Ranek, S. Kamboj, J. Hensley and A. Wallo

The Staging Program for Plutonium Pits at the USDOE Pantex Plant — L. Vickers and E. Eifert

Assessing the Results of Receipt Monitoring Programs for Packages Containing Radioactive Materials — R. Emery and M. Charlton


René Michel


Canberra Industries


Jerry Falo

Russel O. Dunkelberger II