[ RadSafe ] Hot Particles and Dan

Earley, Jack N Jack_N_Earley at RL.gov
Wed May 19 12:50:24 CDT 2010

1.  One Hanford contractor's radiological control manual defines hot particles as small, generally insoluble particles with an activity in excess of 10 microcuries, and establishes an open window, uncorrected indication of more than 100 mrem/hr as an acceptable screening criterion. It also states that a technical basis should be developed if an alternate screening criterion for hot particle activity is used.

2.  Re. Dan's girlfriend: The only opinion that counts is hers.

Jack Earley
Sr. Health Physicist

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