|NAME||MAIL STOP||PHONE||Area of Responsibility|
|Hamlette, David||MS 52Bemail@example.com||RWI/II Lead|
|Hartberger, Adam||MS 52Bfirstname.lastname@example.org||RWI/II Deputy Lead and Practical Instructor|
|Kennell, Steve||MS 52Bemail@example.com||RWI Backup Practical Instructor|
|Stavola, Adam||MS 52Bfirstname.lastname@example.org||Author/Trainer|
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:
If you have trouble with the link or signing this document, please contact us at email@example.com
NEW BOOKING TOOL FOR RADIATION TESTS and PRACTICALS
The Radiation Control Department has instituted a new booking system for use with Radiation Worker I & II tests and practicals. Please select your JLAB TYPE for detailed scheduling information.
|CLICK ON BLUE BOX FOR INFO||SEE BELOW|
EMPLOYEES, STUDENTS, and SUBCONTRACTORS
All Radiation Worker I and II Tests and Practicals are by appointment only - no walk-ins. Radiation Worker qualification tests are offered on Tuesdays and Thursdays with appointments from 9:00 a.m. until 11:30 a.m.
Tests for Users and Employees are also offered in the User Liaison Office in Cebaf Center. Tests for all others (contractors, students, employees) are offered in the RadCon Office (Bldg. 52). Practicals are only conducted in the RadCon Office (Bldg 52) and are offered on Tuesdays and Thursdays, by appointment only.
NEW RADIATION CONTROL DEPARTMENT BOOKING SYSTEM LINK
Please let us know if you have any questions, comments, or concerns by emailing us at firstname.lastname@example.org
NEW MINIMUM RADCON PASSING SCORE
The Radiation Control Department streamlined the Radiation Worker-qualified training, study guides and proctored examination materials. TJNAF maintained a minimum passing score of 75% for Radiation Worker examinations for the past 20+ years. In January 2020, we aligned our radiological testing requirements with other DOE facilities by increasing the minimum passing score on all Radiation Control Department examinations to 80%.
In preparation for the increase in minimum score, RCD staff reviewed all test questions and updated them for consistency with study guides and applicability to required worker knowledge. Contact Adam Stavola at 757-269-6806 with comments, questions and suggestions.
Which Level of Training is Right for You?
The level of training you need is generally based on the need for access to certain locations at Jefferson Lab.
A radiological safety training qualification, termed General Employee Radiological Knowledge, is required for employees, subcontractors, guests, users, and others who may need routine unescorted access to the Accelerator Site. The minimum training for awarding this qualification is General Employee Radiological Training (GERT). All Jefferson Lab employees are encouraged to take GERT.