Your Radiation Exposure History

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  1. If monitoring is required by DOH, your employer must inform you annually, in writing, of your exposure to radiation.


  2. If you receive an exposure in excess of any applicable limits, your employer must give you a written report within 30 days of learning of the overexposure. The basic limits for exposures to employees are set forth in WAC 246-221-010, 246-221-050, and 246-221-055 of the regulations.


  3. If you quit your employment, you may ask for a written report of your exposure during the current year, up to the date you quit. This may be an estimate, as long as it is identified as such.


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