IS 3 Radiological Emergency Management is a 50 question test that covers topics over radiation, it’s effect on the environment, and how to deal with the radiation effects. Course is worth a single credit worth of college credit. Contains IS 3 answers.
- This independent study course contains information on a variety of radiological topics, including:
- Fundamental principles of radiation
- Nuclear threat and protective measures
- Nuclear power plants
- Radiological transportation accident
- Other radiological hazards
EXAMPLE QUESTIONS (IS 3 ANSWERS)
Q = The three factors which are important in protecting individuals from radiation are:
A = Time, shielding, and distance
Q = Type B packages must be able to meet Type A requirements and also withstand the effects of ______________________ condition
A = Accident
Chronic exposures are:
A. Amounts of radiation received over a short period of time
B. Acute exposures which affect only critical organs of the body
Answer: Amounts of radiation received over a very long period of time
D. Acute exposures which affect all parts of the body
Q = A large modern nuclear power plant has approximately fuel assemblies in its core.
A = 200
Q = Nuclear explosions can be of times more powerful than the largest conventional
A = Millions
Q = Radon dose comes primarily from its daughter products which are ?
A = Inhaled
Q = Cosmic radiation and radiation from terrestrial sources are examples of:
A = Natural background radiation
Q = To prevent fuel damage, decay heat must be removed from the reactor core:
A = After the reactor shuts down
Q = The immediate destructive action of a nuclear explosion is caused by this.
A = Shock
Q = Nuclear power plant emergency plans are required to incorporate actions for which
of the following types of radiological hazards?
A = Direct exposure to radiation from a plume of radioactive material
Q = Cancerous tumor cells can be treated by high energy or
A = Gamma rays, Xrays
Q = In a, a major failure has occurred, but an immediate response by the public is not
A = Site Area Emergency
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