Operational Radiation Safety

Operational Radiation Safety, Vol. 85, No. 2, August 2003
John Aurand Jr. removes a protective coverall from the state of the art Automatic Laundry Monitor (ALM). See article by Michael Fuller on page S10 for more information.

Contents of Vol. 85, No. 2, August 2003

Guest Editorial: Reasons to (or not to) Write an Article — Raymond. H. Johnson

Current Events — Sean M. Austin

Ask the Expert — Kelly Classic

RSO Interview — Frank P. Castronovo, Jr.

A Guide to SI Units in Radiation Protection

Operational Topics

The Trials and Tribulations of the UniTech Services Group Inc. Laundry in Santa Fe New Mexico — Michael R. Fuller

A Reassessment of Radioactive Material Security in Health Care and Biomedical Research — Edwin M. Leidholdt, Jr., Gary E. Williams, and E. Lynn McGuire

Determination of Tritium and Carbon 14 Concentration in Two Hydrostratigraphic Units below the University of California, Davis Waste Burial Holes at the Laboratory for Energy-Related Health Research/South Campus Disposal Site (LEHR/SCDS) — Stephen Pay

A New Tool for Analysis of Cleanup Criteria Decisions — Gladys A. Klemic, Paul Bailey and Deborah Elcock

Radiation Safety Considerations With Therapeutic Yttrium-90 Zevalin — Xiaowei Zhu

Integrating an Academic Radiation Safety Program into an Environmental Management System (EMS) — Daniel M. Zurosky

Effectively Displaying Broad Scope Sub-licensee Radioactive Material Inventory Allocations and Possession Quantities — Robert J. Emery and J.R. McCrary

Utilizing K—12 School and Higher Education Programs to Incorporate Homeland Security Topics for Public Education — Margaret E. McCarthy

Using Resources of Public Health Centers for Education and Professional Societies to Incorporate Homeland Security Topics into Public Teacher Continuing Education — Margaret E. McCarthy

Facilitating Effective Radiation Safety Workshops: Adult Learning Theories — Lawrence T. Dauer

TRU Waste Absorbent Addition Project at the Idaho National Engineering and Environmental Laboratory — R. Griff Colson and Laurence E. Auman