DOE-HDBK-1122-99 Module 2.04, Fundamental Academic Training Instructor's Guide Phase I; Module 2.04, Study Guide - Radiological Control Technician

Functional areas: Radiological Control, Technician Training, Study Guide, Dosimetry
Radiation dosimetry is the branch of science that attempts to quantitatively relate specific measures made in a radiation field to chemical and/or biological changes that the radiation would produce in a target. Dosimetry is essential for quantifying the incidence of various biological changes as a function of the amount of radiation received (dose-effect relationships), for comparing different experiments, for monitoring the radiation exposure of individuals, and for surveillance of the environment.

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    ID: DOE-HDBK-1122-99 Module 2.04
    Type: Handbook
    Senior Line Manager: Technical Standards Program
    Senior Line Manager Org: Not Provided
    OPI: HS - Office of Health, Safety and Security
    Preparing Activity: Technical Standards Program
    Status: Archive
    Approved Date: Jul 21, 1999
    Last Update: Mar 11, 2009
    DNFSB Interest: No
    Invoked Standard: No
    There are no Directives invoking this standard.
    There are no Directives referencing this standard.