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This specification covers the required content and provides retention requirements for records needed for in-processing of nuclear facility transient workers. This specification is not intended to cover specific skills records (such as equipment operating licenses, ASME inspection qualifications, or welding certifications), nor does it reduce any regulatory requirement for records retention at a licensed nuclear facility. Rather, the records shall contain data elements for the following information: worker identification; occupational external radiation exposure; occupational internal radiation exposure; lifetime occupational radiation exposure history; security screening; medical approval; and radiation worker training.
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Significance and Use
4.1 The standardization of nuclear facility transient worker records will provide the individual transient worker with a greater assurance that the radiation doses that may be received are within regulatory limits.
4.2 This specification establishes a fixed content for nuclear facility transient worker records. Standardizing the content of these records will facilitate interfacing with industry-wide record keeping systems, such as the Nuclear Energy Institute (NEI) Personnel Data System (PADS).
ICS Number Code 03.040 (Labour. Employment); 27.120.01 (Nuclear energy in general)
UNSPSC Code 26140000(Atomic and nuclear energy machinery and equipment)
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ASTM E1034-95(2013), Standard Specification for Nuclear Facility Transient Worker Records, ASTM International, West Conshohocken, PA, 2013, www.astm.orgBack to Top