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RADIATION PHYSICS: ​How does one get an online dose report?

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​How does one get an online dose report?

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​How does one get an online dose report? (May 7th, 2012)

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​DATE:  May 7, 2012
TO:  SLAC Personnel with GERT and/or RWT
FROM:  Environment, Safety and Health
SUBJECT:  New Online Dose Reports Replace Paper Reports from the SLAC Dosimetry Office

As SLAC personnel with General Employee Radiological Training (GERT) and/or Radiological Worker Training (RWT), you use a dosimeter to monitor your radiation exposure from SLAC operations. You can now have instant access to your lifetime occupational dose exposure through SLAC's Occupational Dose Tracking System (ODTS) <https://oraweb2.slac.stanford.edu/apex/epnprod/f?p=100:LOGIN:2867618178656526> . Simply log in to the system and select the "My SLAC Dose Report" tab in the upper right-hand corner of the page.

Please note this online report replaces the paper reports that have been sent each year from the SLAC Dosimetry Office to employees with GERT and/or RWT.

Your dose report is confidential, so a valid SLAC Windows user ID and password are required to access the ODTS. Managers also have access to dose reports of all personnel working under their supervision.

If you do not have a SLAC Windows account or you want more information, please contact Santa Chatterji <mailto:santac@slac.stanford.edu>  in the Radiation Protection Department at ext. 3879 or read the Frequently Asked Questions <http://www-group.slac.stanford.edu/esh/rp/faqs/faq_dosform.htm> .
 

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Version: 2.0
Created at 5/9/2012 2:22 PM by Bharadwaj, Vinod Kumar
Last modified at 5/13/2012 4:14 PM by Clarke, Christine

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