[ RadSafe ] Fwd: Limits on airflow from a contamination-control area

Boing, Lawrence E. lboing at anl.gov
Mon Sep 12 09:36:42 CDT 2011

I have a lead on getting a copy of this document. 

Larry Boing

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Subject: [ RadSafe ] Fwd: Limits on airflow from a contamination-control area

Hi All, 

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Dear Ross
We are urgently looking for the NVF/DG001 publication mentioned below
A replacement of an old UK AECP 1054 (Atomic Energy Code of Practice) has
recently been updated (January 2009).  This  new document (NVF/DG001) gives
excellent information on the ventilation requirements for nuclear facilities
and covers not only permanently established controlled areas but also
temporarily ventilated areas when non-routine work is being carried out
(outage type operations/maintenance of gloveboxes or other engineered
containment structures).  This is based on UK statutory legislation but the
principles are universal.
Can you please advise on how to obtain a copy of this document.
Thank you
Mariette Clayton

Mariette Clayton
KM Specialist
Tel: (012) 305-3201
Fax: (012) 305-3195
Cell: 0824421152
Email: mariette.clayton at necsa.co.za 
Website: www.necsa.co.za

Jeff Terry
Assoc. Professor of Physics  							Chair, Executive Committee
Life Science Bldg Rm 166								Advanced Test Reactor National Scientific Users Organization
Illinois Institute of Technology							Center For Advanced Energy Studies
3101 S. Dearborn St. 									995 University Boulevard, Suite 181
Chicago IL 60616									Idaho Falls, ID  83401
Ph: 630-252-9708									Ph: 630-252-9708
Email: terryj at iit.edu 									Email: terryj at iit.edu
Twitter: @nuclear94									Twitter: @ATRNSUOchair

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