Exposure of the U.S. Population from Occupational Radiation: by National Council on Radiation Protection and Measurements

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Although correction of the data for this multiple counting does not significantly affect the values of the average annual dose equivalent per nuclear power plant, the correction could be important. 3 NUCLEAR POWER PRODUCTION / 37 cause the collective dose ratio, CR, (see Glossary) to be underestimated. This type of confounding of data can also occur in other occupational categories such as industrial radiography and medical practice. Where individual annual doses are not available for summation to obtain the annual collective dose, the collective dose is estimated from the dose distribution.

For whom monitoring was provided during the year are reported. The large number reported not measurably exposed reflects the policy of some utilities to monitor everyone coming on site, including visitors. When dose equivalents are reported by more than one facility, a compilation of all reports from all facilities will not be exact with respect to either the average annual effective dose equivalent or the collective effective dose equivalent for the occupational category in question. For example, an individual who is monitored by five different facilities would be counted once in the report from each facility.

2). The work of Imahori (1987) confirms a similar experience in Japan. 3. Transient or Short-term Workers. In an effort to examine the dose equivalents being received by transient or short-term workers, many of whom would be contractor personnel, the NRC has compiled data provided in termination reports. These reports are transmitted to the NRC when a monitored individual completes employment or a work assignment at a licensed nuclear power plant, and they contain personal identification and exposure information for each terminating person.

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