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RECORD NUMBER: 35 OF 626
|OLS Field Name||OLS Field Data|
|Main Title||Analysis of costs for compliance with federal radiation protection guidance for occupational exposure (proposed on January 23, 1981). Volume II, Case study analysis of the impacts of proposed radiation protection guidance for workers /|
|CORP Author||Jack Faucett Associates.|
|Publisher||Office of Radiation Programs, Environmental Protection Agency,|
|Report Number||EPA 520/1-83-013-2; EPA-68-01-6486|
|Subjects||Radiation--Safety regulations--United States.|
|Additional Subjects||Industrial hygiene ; Radiation protection ; Cost estimates ; Health physics ; Guidelines ; Cost analysis ; Exposure ; Personnel development ; Regulations ; Industries ; Dentistry ; Drug industry ; Well logging ; Hospitals ; Permissible dosage ; Radiology ; Radiography ; Occupational safety and health ; Compliance ; Radiation doses ; Personnel monitoring ; Uranium mills ; Nuclear industry ; Nuclear medicine ; Radioisotopes ; Light water reactors|
|Collation||i, 234 p. : charts ; 28 cm.|
This report contains the writeups of case studies conducted in support of an effort to estimate costs and economic impacts of proposed Federal Radiation Protection Guidance for Occupational Exposures. The purpose of the case studies was to develop Background information on representative organizations necessary to determine the impact of the proposed guidelines on selected industries. This information was used, together with other data, to estimate the aggregate costs of compliance with the proposed guidelines. The cost estimates are contained in a companion report.
"Prepared under contract No. 68-01-6486"--t.p.
A. Hospitals -- A.1 Large hospital -- A.2 Large teching hospital -- A.3 Medical center -- A.4 Small hospital -- B. Medical private of practive -- B.1 Private practice in radiology -- B.2 Private practice in nuclear medicine -- C. Industrial radiography -- C.1 Large contract industrial radiographer -- C.2 Small contract industrial Radiographer -- C.3 In-house radiographer -- D. Manufacturing and distribution -- D.1 Manufacturer and distributor of clinical and research radioisotopes -- D.2 Manufacturer and distributor of large sources -- E. Fabricators of light water reactor fueld -- E.1 Large LWR fuel fabricator -- E.2 Small LWR fuel fabricator -- F. Well logger -- G. Dental practice -- H. Department of Energy facilities -- H.1 Rocky Flats Plant -- H.2 Idaho National Engineering Laboratory (INEL) -- I. Commercial light water reactors -- I.1 Relative new BWR -- I.2 Relative old BWR -- I.3 Relative new PWR -- I.4 Relative old PWR I -- I.5 Relative Old PWR II -- J. University reactor -- K. Uranium processing -- K.1 Large uranium mill -- K.2 Uranium conversion plant -- L. Nuclear pharmacy