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« How long can you remain outside with a radiation count of 150 μSv/hr ? | Main | Fukushima Daiichi: Power connected to temporary substation within power plant perimeter »

March 18, 2011

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Rick

Interested in your calculations relative to OSHA standards. If I read the conversion correctly (1000 uSv = 1 REM) 15 hours of exposure @ 3,484 uSv would be equivalent to 52 rems.
As defined in OSHA 1910.1096, 52 rems is equivalent to max exposure:
a) whole head/eys/gonads would be 42 years worth
b) hands/arms or feet/ankles would be 2.79 years worh
c) whole skin would be 6.97 years worth.

could you help with your references and calculations please?

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