From: Huffert, Anthony
Sent: Saturday, April 16, 2011 7:06 AM
To: Conatser, Richard
Subject: RE: PAGs and Info for Dose Caics — Info Collected So Far
Some suggestions: consider the Codex Alirientarius values and the ’09 ICRP 111 document.
Also, more background info would be greatly appreciated.
Wish I had more for you at this time, but the earthquake this morning did interfere with our review of your draft.
From: Conatser, Richard
Sent: Friday, April 15, 2011 4:37 PM
To: Huffert, Anthony; Gepford, Heathert.
Cc: Pedersen, Roger; Garry, Steven
Subject: PAGs and Info for Dose Caics — Info Collected So Far
Here is what I have collected so far. I have not gotten very far, but it will give us something to work from. I have been using the following references:
1. Accidental Radioactive Contamination of Human Food and Animal Feeds: Recommendations for State and Local Agencies.
2. RG 1.109, US NRC
3. IAEA Safety Standards Series, No. GS-R-2, Preparedness and Response for a Nuclear Radiological Emergency
4. Manual of PAGs and Protective Actions for Nuclear Incidents, EPA
I’ve attached some other documents as well. Call me when you are ready to talk. 301-247-7172.
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