Operational Radiation Safety

Operational Radiation Safety, Vol. 95, No. 2, August 2008
In order to optimize allocation of resources, site surveys are conducted using various combinations of in-situ and laboratory methods and detection systems, such as this mobile surface contamination monitor employed in the rapid screening of grass areas. See article by A. Brandl and A.D. Herrera Jimenez on page S127 for more information.

Contents of Vol. 95, No. 2, August 2008

RSO Interview with Patrick Muldoon

René Michel

Characterization of 14C in Swedish Light Water Reactors

Åsa Magnusson, Per-Olof Aronsson, Klas Lundgren, and Kristina Stenström

Proposed Standards for Acute Exposure to Low Enrichment Uranium for Compliance with 10 CFR 70.61
Ronald L. Kathren and Richard K. Burklin

Statistical Criteria to Set Alarm Levels for Continuous Measurements of Ground Contamination
A. Brandl and A.D. Herrera Jimenez

Inspection of Lead Aprons: A Practical Rejection Model
W. Stam and M. Pillay

Web-Based Training Course for Evaluating Radiological Dose Assessment in NRC's License Termination Process
D. LePoire, P. Richmond, J.-J. Cheng, S. Kamboj, J. Arnish, S.Y. Chen, C. Barr, and C. McKenney

Impact of the Revision of 10 CFR 835 with Regard to Neutron Field Surveys
K.G. Veinot