Science or process of calculating someone's radiation energy absorption. (Deep, Shallow, & Eye)
All personnel in around radiation sources and/or handling radioactive material.
Place inside of film badge holder. Placed in a location as far away from the radiation source as possible. (This would also be an ideal location to place everyone's radiation badge when not in use.)
Each shipment will contain a pre-paid envelope to ship your old badges back to us as part of your service.
Badge used to monitor an area or location.
(Example: Dose to the public, hallway, or waiting room.)
Find the limits HERE.
TLD stands for: Thermoluminescent Dosimeter. Used primarily to monitor the handling the radioactive material.
No, each badge # is assigned to one person for the lifetime of that badge.
Contact our office for solutions regarding this matter.
If your badge exceeds your reporting period permissibles, you will be contacted by our technician with your dose.
Best practice is to keep all records.
Calibration intervals are 3 months, 6 months, and annually. Depending on the meter or application.
(Please see your state Department of Health.)
A test preformed to determine if a sealed radioactive source is leaking outside of its containment.
Please see our Leak/Wipe page. Here
Atomic Energy requires a written 30 day notice of cancellation before the print of your next cycle.
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