[ RadSafe ] Dosimetry Survey

garyi at trinityphysics.com garyi at trinityphysics.com
Thu Apr 12 19:47:52 CDT 2007

Here's one more way to reduce your dosimetry budget.
Hire a psychologist to administer a battery of tests and then fire anybody who's either 
paranoid or greedy.

OK, yeah well I'm am joking (a little).


On 12 Apr 2007 at 16:27, Sandy Perle wrote:

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I forgot to add other ways to cut down.

1.    You didn't mention whether those using 32P are wearing both
whole body and extremity. You could just go with extremity finger
rings for those individuals.

2.    You didn't mention your monitoring period. If you are currently
monthly, you could consider quarterly or some other extended
frequency. I don't recall if Utah is an Agreement State and has
adopted annual dose limits, or you are still on quarterly dose limits.
If you are on quarterly, then that would be your maximum wear period.


Sandy Perle 

Senior Vice President, Technical Operations 

Global Dosimetry Solutions, Inc. 

2652 McGaw Avenue

Irvine, CA 92614

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