Technicians wearing protective suit work in radiation zone at Hanford Camp in Richland, Washington.
Richland Washington USA Date:1947 Duration:3 min 18 sec Sound:NO SOUND
Activities of the Atomic Energy Commission at Hanford Camp in Richland, Washington. A technician wearing protective gear takes a reading from a gauge in radiation zone. He moves the valve of the gauge. A sign on a door reads 'Radiation Zone'. The technician opens the door to leave the area. He is met by Health Physics technician who uses scanning equipment to measure radiation on him after he removes his protective clothing and places it in a box. The protective gear reads 'SWP' (Special Work Permit). He then proceeds to a step-off pad where he removes his boots and respirator which are also boxed up, as contaminated.
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