Operational Radiation Safety

Operational Radiation Safety, Vol. 94, No. 2, February 2008
Historical display of radioluminescent material using 226Ra or 3H in vehicle gauges generally comprises the greatest contribution to total activity inventory for museum operations. Contamination related to storage and repair of gauges has been found in the museums, indicating that they must establish comprehensive radiation safety programs. See article by Edward J. Waller et al. on page S16 for more information.

Contents of Vol. 94, No. 2, February 2008

RSO Interview with Ibrahim Sayed

René Michel

Considerations for Data Processing by Continuous Air Monitors Based on Accumulation Sampling Techniques

Lu Zhengyong and Jeffrey J. Whicker

Radiation Protection Issues Related to Canadian Museum Operations
Edward J. Waller, David Cole, and Terry Jamieson

Determining the Optimum Sample Volume for Environmental Airborne Radioactivity Monitoring
Gary F. Boothe, Garland (Mike) R. Priddy, Robert H. Ruben, and Debra McBaugh

Calibration Drift in a Laboratory High Purity Germanium Detector Spectrometry System
S.C. Dewey and K.J. Kearfott

Screening Methods for Estimating Tritium Dose
Scott O. Schwahn, Robert T. May, and Keith B. Welch

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