Nuclear Monitoring Technician Job Hazard Analysis (JHA) Worksheet

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The Nuclear Monitoring Technician Job Hazard Analysis (JHA) Worksheet is an app that can be used in performing a job safety analysis and hazard analysis for these positions.

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A Nuclear Monitoring Technician is often present in a facility where nuclear reactions are taking place, or may be dispatched to the field when the leak of nuclear materials is indicated. Monitoring radiation levels in nuclear power, nuclear medicine, and other applications of nuclear technology is an inherently risky job. Through this app, a Nuclear Monitoring Technician can detail the specific job duties and tasks associated with their work, perform a risk assessment of those, tasks, and can note hazard mitigation or avoidance strategies. A common way to control hazards is through the use of Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) such as radiation protection, radiation exposure monitors, and other radioactive specific PPE. This app can note the required PPE for a job. Radiation safety for a technician engaged in monitoring radioactive materials, whether it be from a nuclear reactor in a power plant, or an x-ray machine, must have training in nuclear safety procedures, corrective action for exposure, and identifying hazardous materials. This app can be used in nuclear safety training to promote a safe work place for Nuclear Monitoring Technicians.

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