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April 2004 Reaffirmation changes to DOE-HDBK-1130-98, Radiological Worker TrainingSection/page/para ChangePart 1, page 3 Under “Student’s Guide” deleted reference to draft not being included.Revised Wordperfect 9.0 to Word 2002.Revised web address:
Part 2, page 4 and part3 page 3A.1. Deleted “similar to the way planets orbit our sun” and twice revised atomicweight to mass number.Part 2, page 8 and part3 page 67.a Revised to read: It is important to note that exposure to ionizing radiation, withoutexposure to radioactive material, will not result in contamination of the worker.Part 2, page 22 and part3 page 17Under “Man made sources…” deleted domestic water supply and revised 1
sentenceto read: The difference between manmade sources of radiation and naturally occurringsources is the origin of the source, i.e., where the radiation is either produced orenhanced by human activities.Part 2, page 26 and part3 page 201.b. Revised into to: Acute doses to the whole bodyPart 3, Cover Revised date to May 2004