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Radioactive material is defined as: a. Any material that spontaneously emits ionizing radiation. b. Material found readily in nature. c. Energy in the form of particles or waves given off by unstable atoms. d. Any material that has been exposed to gamma radiation. User: What is radioactive contamination? a. Radioactive material in an unwanted or uncontrolled location. b. Any material that contains radioactive (unstable) atoms. c. Radiation in an unwanted location. d. Any material that gives ...
Weegy: a. Radioactive material in an unwanted or uncontrolled location. User: Radiation is ________; contamination is __________. a. medicine; material. b. material; energy. c. atom; energy. d. energy; material. Weegy: d. energy; material. User: A person who is exposed to radiation will become contaminated. a. True. b. False. Weegy: a. True User: Some commonly transported sources of radioactive material are: a. Radio waves and medical procedures. b. X-rays and visible light. c. Asbestos and chlorine. d. Radiopharmaceuticals and smoke detectors Weegy: c User: An acute dose of radiation refers to: a. A small amount of radiation dose received in a short period of time. b. A large amount of radiation dose received in a short period of time. c. A small amount of radiation dose over a long period of time. d. A large amount of radiation dose over a long period of time. Weegy: b. A large amount of radiation dose received in a short period of time. User: A small dose of radiation received over a long period of time is called: a. A chronic radiation dose. b. A prompt radiation dose. c. An acute radiation dose. d. A somatic radiation dose. Weegy: A chronic radiation dose. User: Federal packaging and labeling regulations regarding radioactive material are such that the probability of an emergency responder receiving an ACUTE dose of radiation during response to a transportation incident is extremely: a. Probable. b. Low. c. High. d. Likely. Weegy: b User: The doses we receive every day from natural background radiation and the doses received by people who work in nuclear and medical facilities are examples of: a. A large radiation dose. b. Heritable radiation doses. c. Stochastic radiation doses. d. Chronic radiation doses. Weegy: A chronic radiation dose. User: Inhalation, ingestion, injection, and absorption are all methods by which: a. The body removes poisons. b. Radioactive material enters the body. c. Somatic effects are identified. d. Radiation ... (More)
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Type A packages contain potentially life-endangering amounts or radioactive material. a. True. b. False.
Weegy: False. User: Which of the package types below is designed to transport material with the lowest levels of radioactivity? a. Type A packaging. b. Type B packaging. c. Intense packaging. d. Excepted packaging. Weegy: d. Excepted packaging User: Type B packages must withstand a series of tests which simulate severe or “worst case” accidentconditions. a. True. b. False. Weegy: The correct answer is A. True. (More)
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Which of the package labels below would indicate the lowest external radiation hazard? a. Radioactive White-I. b. Radioactive Yellow-II. c. Radioactive Yellow-III.
Weegy: Radioactive White-I Almost no radiation- 0.5 mrem/hr (5 ?Sv/hr) maximum on surface. A User: The standard placard for radioactive material is yellow on top and white on bottom with black lettering and a black radiation symbol in the yellow portion. a. True. b. False. Weegy: b. False User: The Number “7” on the standard placard for radioactive material denotes: a. 7 times normal background radiation. b. The DOT hazard classification for radioactive material. c. The pH of the enclosed material. d. The number for hazard severity. Weegy: d User: When dealing with radioactive material, the correct response guide in the Emergency Response Guidebook can be identified by using which of the following: a. UN Identification number. b. Proper shipping name. c. Shipment placards. d. All of the above. Weegy: d. All of the above. User: The Emergency Response Guidebook (ERG) states that “medical problemstake priority over radiological concerns.” a. True. b. False. Weegy: True. User: Which of the package types below is designed to transport material with the lowest levels of radioactivity? a. Type A packaging. b. Type B packaging. c. Intense packaging. d. Excepted packaging. Weegy: d. Excepted packaging. these packages are known as "strong tight containers" High levels of radioactive material must be transported in either type a or b packages. (More)
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