The Role of The Rad Engineer: Different Sites, Different Scripts

Author

J. L. Westbrook

Abstract

Work planning and certain other radiation protection functions are important in determining controls that will not only help assure safety but will also keep doses as low as reasonably achievable (ALARA). At most Department of Energy (DOE) sites where nonroutine rad work is done, radiological engineers (also called ALARA engineers, ALARA coordinators, etc.) are involved in most such functions as principals and have signoff authority on the controls used.

Meeting

This abstract was presented at the 34th Annual Midyear Meeting, "Radiation Safety and ALARA Considerations for the 21st Century", Other/Power Reactor Innovations Session, 2/4/2001 - 2/7/2001, held in Anaheim, CA.

 
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