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Radiological Emergency Management Independent Study Course 2-16 UNIT 2 REVIEW QUESTIONS Answer the following questions to review your knowledge of the Radiological Transportation Accidents unit. Read each question carefully and circle the correct answer. 1. In the United States serious radiation exposures: a. Frequently result from radioactive transportation accidents due to the large number of such shipments b. Have resulted from improper packaging of radioactive material shipments c. Have resulted from improper labeling of radioactive material shipments d. Have not resulted from radiological transportation accidents due largely to the nature of the
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Unformatted text preview: materials transported and the use of appropriate protective packaging 2. Shipments of limited quantity radioactive materials such as smoke detectors and luminous watch dials require: a. Normal industrial packaging b. Type A packaging c. Type B packaging d. "Strong tight" packaging 3. Type B radioactive material packaging is designed and tested to withstand: a. Normal handling conditions b. Normal and rough handling conditions c. Normal and rough handling, and accident conditions...
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