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Laboratory Tracer Work using Gamma-Emitting Nuclides Mobile App

The Laboratory Tracer Work using Gamma-Emitting Nuclides mobile app concerns work using typical amounts of unsealed radioactive material in the laboratory for the purposes of tracing or quantifying chemical or biological pathways or reactions. It applies only to the gamma-emitting nuclides listed below and in a liquid form: Sodium-24 Rubidium-86 Iodine-131 Iron-59 Technetium-99m Zinc-65 Ruthenium-106 Work with gaseous forms of these radionuclides is excluded from this assessment, except for small amounts of gas or aerosol formed as part of the experiment or determination. Laboratory tracer work with other categories of radionuclides, including hydrogen-3 (tritium), have their own generic risk assessments. GoCanvas offers Barcode Scanning.

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    Sodium-24 Rubidium-86 Iodine-131

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    Iron-59 Technetium-99m

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    Zinc-65 Ruthenium-106

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    Work with gaseous forms of these radionuclides is excluded from this assessment, except for small...

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    Irradiation of part or the whole of the body from external exposure to gamma and possibly beta ra...

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    Uptake into the body by ingestion, inhalation or absorption of large amounts of radioactivity as ...

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    Persons likely to be exposed to the hazard: University staff, research staff, students and other ...

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    University staff, research staff, students and other workers

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    Known spillage of radioactive material

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    Accident resulting in a cut to the skin Absorption of significant quantities of radioactive material

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    Breach of containment or failure of extract ventilation

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    Inhalation of small quantities of radioactive material

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    Flooding Skin contamination, ingestion, inhalation or absorption of small quantities of radioacti...

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    Fire Skin contamination, ingestion or inhalation of small quantities of radioactive material, ski...

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    Loss of radioactive material Skin contamination, ingestion, inhalation or absorption of small qua...

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    It is assumed that the use of unsealed radioactive material is needed to fulfil the desired work.

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    The surfaces of all laboratories or parts of laboratories that are used for tracer work must be d...

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    Sinks, waste traps and pipework must be designed and installed to minimise the risk of contaminat...

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