Operational Radiation Safety

Operational Radiation Safety, Vol. 93, No. 2, August 2007
With the conclusion of the Legacy Fuel Coupon Transfer, a BNL Waste Management Technician performs the final procedures associated with closing the shipping cask. See article by Patrick T. Sullivan on page S128 for more information.

Contents of Vol. 93, No. 2, August 2007

RSO Interview with David Medich

René Michel

At the Virtual Water Cooler
A PET Potpourri or PET Peeves

Sandy Wolff, Susan T. Masih, and Marcum Martz

A Historically Significant Shield for In Vivo Measurements

Timothy P. Lynch

Dose Indices of Radiation to Skin in Fluoroscopically Guided Invasive Cardiology Procedures
Robert Y.L. Chu, Eliot Schechter, and Nancy Chu

"Sometimes, When It Gets Too Hot, You Need to Look in the Kitchen," The Legacy Fuel Coupon Transfer Project at Brookhaven National Laboratory
Patrick T. Sullivan

Potential Nuclear and Radiological Incidents: A Summary for Clinicians
Elizabeth H. Donnelly, Eduardo B. Farfan, and Denise D. Parker

The Expanding Role in Preparedness and Response for a State Radiation Control Program
William A. Passetti and John A. Williamson

Radon Calibration Chamber Assembly, Detector Accuracy, and Pertinent Operational Findings
C.H. Distenfeld

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