|NAME||MAIL STOP||PHONE||Area of Responsibility|
|Mosbrucker, Becky||MS 52B||ext. email@example.com||Dosimetry Lead|
|Allen, Jennifer||MS 52B||ext. firstname.lastname@example.org||Dosimetry Backup/Records Manager|
|Stavola, Adam||MS 52B||ext. email@example.com||Health Physicist|
Request a Personnel Dosimeter
Dosimeters may be requested before, during or after you have completed your Radiation Worker I training by clicking on the link below. You must have an email address in JLIST to use this system. If no email address has been entered or your JLab account has not been activated, please contact Becky Mosbrucker or call 757-269-7236.
On-line Dosimeter Request Form (Requires JLab username/password)
View Your Dose History
You may view your personnel dose history at any time by clicking on the link below. Please note that dose histories for the most recent wear period may not yet be available. https://misportal.jlab.org/mis/apps/ehs/tlds/
You may also view your dose from the Insight page https://misportal.jlab.org/portal/insight/frontPage/appmanager/Insight/InsightDesktop
Request an Experimental Dosimeter
Dosimeters for testing equipment may be requested using your JLab account. Our OSL dosimeters read up to 1,000 Rem and our optichromic rods read up to 2,000 krad. If you have trouble deciding what type of dosimetry to use, please contact Becky Mosbrucker or call 757-269-7236.
Experimental On-line Dosimeter Request Form (Requires JLab username/password)
To view the results of an experimental dosimeter, use the link below and click on "Experimental Dosimetry" on the left side of the page under "My Dosimetry" (you must have a JLAB username/password to gain access to this site).
Move Your Dosimeter to a New Rack
If you want to update the storage location of your personal dosimeter, please email Becky Mosbrucker or call 757-269-7236.
Taking Visitors on a Tour
If you are a Jefferson Lab employee and have a current JLab ID, you may take visitors on a tour of the Lab. If you plan to access any Radiologically Controlled Areas (RCAs), such as the experimental halls during your tour, you must be a fully qualified Radiation Worker. Your visitors will also need dosimetry to access RCAs. You may initiate a tour here: TOUR DATABASE
Contact Us for the Policy on Dosimeter Use by Untrained Individuals