[ RadSafe ] Radiochemical Analysis/Assessment of EnvironmentalSamples
Falo, Gerald A CIV USARMY MEDCOM PHC (US)
gerald.a.falo.civ at mail.mil
Wed Jun 12 06:31:12 CDT 2013
I don't if someone has mentioned this, but have you looked at MARLAP:
"MARLAP provides guidance for the planning, implementation, and assessment
phases of those projects that require the laboratory analysis of
radionuclides. The guidance provided by MARLAP is both scientifically rigorous
and flexible enough to be applied to a diversity of projects and programs.
This guidance is intended for project planners, managers, and laboratory
The statements and opinions expressed herein are my responsibility; no one
else (certainly not my employer) is responsible, but I still reserve the right
to make mistakes.
Gerald A. Falo, Ph.D., CHP
Army Institute of Public Health - Health Physics Program
jerry.falo at us.army.mil
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Thanks Franz :-)
Fortunately (or maybe unfortunately, not quite sure) analysis will be done by
a third party, so info is needed to verify best practice/QA.
I will let you know about the Radiometric One Stop Shop Technique after you
let me know about the hand-held detector that does the same!
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