Radiation Control Department

NEW 2023 GENERAL ACCESS RWP

The 2023 General Access Radiological Work Permit (RWP) is now available. As a Jefferson Lab radiation worker, you must read and electronically sign this RWP to retain Accelerator Site access.

Your site access will be revoked if you have not signed the permit by January 10, 2023.  You do NOT need to be onsite to read/sign this document. 

Click on the link below to read and sign:
https://www.jlab.org/human_resources/training/webbasedtraining

If you have trouble with the link or signing this document, please contact us at dosimetry@jlab.org

RCD

 

NEW BOOKING TOOL FOR RADIATION TESTS and PRACTICALS

The Radiation Control Department has instituted a new booking system for use with Radiation Worker Level I and II tests & practicals. Please select your JLAB TYPE to see detailed information on scheduling your test. 

 

 

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OUR MISSION STATEMENT

We are dedicated to developing and administering effective policies and procedures that maintain doses as low as reasonably achievable (ALARA) and prevent over-exposures, while supporting TJNAF's mission of conducting basic research of the atom's nucleus using the unique CEBAF Particle Accelerator.

 

 

Assist staff, contractors, and visitors with personnel and tour-related dosimetry

Provide radiation safety knowledge, skills and abilities routinely and upon request.  Examples include: response to requests for radiological surveys and release of materials; radioactive sources; shipment of radioactive material; and, assisting with radiological work permit-related jobs

Manage radiation detection material and equipment use, calibrations, and repairs

Provide shielding requirements and radiation budgets for TJNAF

Guidance for Radiation Worker Training exams, practicals, and performance measures

RW-I, RW-II, ARM, and RCT qualifications

User-specific training and dosimetry guidance

 

 

Links to relevant, important radiation-related documents

Requirements for on-site use of radiation-generating devices (RGDs) by sub-contractors

Radiation Control Department staff
 
 

Assist staff, contractors, and visitors with personnel and tour-related dosimetry

Provide radiation safety knowledge, skills and abilities routinely and upon request.  Examples include: response to requests for radiological surveys and release of materials; radioactive sources; shipment of radioactive material; and, assisting with radiological work permit-related jobs

Manage radiation detection material and equipment use, calibrations, and repairs

Provide shielding requirements and radiation budgets for TJNAF

Guidance for Radiation Worker Training exams, practicals, and performance measures

RW-I, RW-II, ARM, and RCT qualifications

User-specific training and dosimetry guidance

 

 

Links to relevant, important radiation-related documents

Requirements for on-site use of radiation-generating devices (RGDs) by sub-contractors

Radiation Control Department staff