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One of the major hazards of any nuclear facility is the presence of radioactive material. This may be in the form of activated or contaminated equipment and structures, radiative sources or nuclear fuel. The primary purpose of decommissioning is to remove the risk from the facility from all hazards and perform the decommissioning activities in a safe manner. A strong radiation protection program must be implemented starting in the transition phase and carried through until the license or authorization is terminated. ENERCON has highly trained radiation protection experts that can develop and implement a fully compliant radiation protection program. Our personnel are very familiar with 10 CFR Part 20 and 10 CFR Part 835 We have also successfully implemented surveys prepared in accordance with MARSSIM and MARSAME. ENERCON has in-house health physics expertise from senior program managers to the technician level to support radiological protection during decommissioning. We can support:

  • Historic Site Assessments
  • Dose Assessments
  • Characterization Surveys
  • Instrument Calibration & Rental
  • Dosimetry Services
  • Probabilistic Risk Assessment
  • Radiological Support Staff for Decommissioning
  • Offsite Dose Calculations
  • Operations Surveys
  • Radiological Environmental Monitoring
  • Post-Decommissioning Activities Surveillance