2008 RADIATION SAFETY REFRESHER TRAINING. RESPONDING TO A RADIOACTIVE MATERIAL INCIDENT IN THE LAB. It can happen to the best of us. PRIOR TO BEGINNING ANY RADIOACTIVE MATERIAL WORK. Know the hazards and precautions associated with the radionuclide(s) that you are using.
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It can happen to the best of us.
Disposable lab coats
Disposable head coverings
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Attention all users of non-sealed radioactive material.
-- Every month in which such material is used. Additionally,
-- Every time more than one mCi of P-32 or I-125 is used.
-- At the conclusion of your project or
I-125, I-129 20 dpm/100 sq cm
I-126, I-131, 200 dpm/100 sq cm
All other beta-gamma 1K dpm/100 sq cm
Not a waste of time.
Bags must be taped shut and carboys tightly capped.