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In defining a radiological problem it is important to consider A. the external radiation hazard. B. the internal hazards - ways in which radioactive material may be inhaled, ingested or absorbed. C. the injury hazards to on-site personnel. D. all of the above.
Weegy: In defining a radiological problem it is important to consider d. all of the above. User: During the early phase of a nuclear accident, the EPA Protective Action Guide (PAG) for evacuation or sheltering of the public is Weegy: Protective actions (protective action recommendations): designed to be taken before an anticipated PAG dose is reached. Actions taken to reduce or eliminate the public's exposure to radiation or other hazards following an radiation [ incident In the early and intermediate phases of RDD/IND incidents there may be inadequate information to determine precisely the radiation levels or make dose projections. Initial protective actions may be undertaken based on models rather than actual measured radiation levels. Protective action recommendations may change over the course of an incident, as new information is obtained. Primary protective actions include Sheltering-in-place Evacuation Relocation Interdiction of food and water Secondary protective actions include Medical countermeasure administration Decontamination Restrictions of food and/or water Soil guidance Access control Victim extraction See EPA illustration about protective actions ] User: An environmental monitoring program must be in place so that in a nuclear incident, potential dose levels may be projected for A. whole body external exposure. B. inhalation of suspended particulate radioactive materials. C. ingestion of contaminated food and water. D. all of the above. Weegy: d. all of the above User: During the early phase of a nuclear accident, the EPA Protective Action Guide (PAG) for evacuation or sheltering of the public is A. .01 -1.0 rem B. 1.0 -5.0 rem C. 5.0 - 10.0 rem D. 10.0 - 15.0 rem Weegy: The answer is b. 1.0 -5.0 rem User: In scientific notation, one ... (More)
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