[ RadSafe ] SI units (was Oregon..etc)

Perle, Sandy SPerle at mirion.com
Sat Mar 26 12:55:31 CDT 2011


Exactly. I knew Bob well ands worked with him when the 10CFR20 Revision
was being worked (I was on the industry side of the dialogue). This really
is a need for education, lots of it and frequent reinforcement. Others
have converted and it's only a matter of time until the USA does. I'll be
long-gone by then, but it will happen.



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On 3/26/11 10:51 AM, "Thompson, Dewey L" <DThompson3 at ameren.com> wrote:

>Something that Robert Alexander said once, (long after he had retired
>from the NRC). "The NRC will not support risking a worker getting an
>overexposure because some Technician getting confused over units".
>I don't know what the current position is. But I  do agree, we SHOULD
>change.  The US is an outlier with the rest of the world, and is becoming
>a bit of a laughingstock.

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