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Description (Translated English): Technical specification for operation of radiation environmental air automatic monitoring station
Sector / Industry: Environmental Protection Industry Standard
Word Count Estimation: 15,181
Date of Issue: 2018-12-24
Date of Implementation: 2019-03-01
Regulation (derived from): Ministry of Ecology and Environment Announcement No. 67 of 2018

HJ 1009-2019
Technical specification for operation of radiation environmental air automatic monitoring station
National Environmental Protection Standard of the People's Republic
Radiation ambient air automatic monitoring station operation technical specification
Technical specification for operation of radiation environmental
Air automatic monitoring station
Published on.2018-12-24
2019-03-01 Implementation
Ministry of Ecology and Environment released
Content
Foreword...II
1 Scope...1
2 Normative references...1
3 Terms and Definitions...1
4 Composition and function...1
5 Operation and daily inspection... 2
6 Maintenance and repair...6
7 Data Processing and Reporting...7
8 Quality Assurance...8
9 files...9
Appendix A (Normative Appendix) Radiation Ambient Air Automatic Monitoring Station Checklist...10
Appendix B (Normative Appendix) Radiation Ambient Air Automatic Monitoring Station Air Absorbed Dose Rate Report Format...11
Foreword
To implement the "Environmental Protection Law of the People's Republic of China" and the "People's Republic of
This standard is formulated for the operation and maintenance and quality assurance of the ambient air automatic monitoring station.
This standard specifies the composition and function, operation and daily inspection, maintenance and repair, data processing and reporting of the automatic monitoring station for radiation ambient air.
Technical requirements such as delivery, quality assurance and documentation.
This standard is formulated by the Department of Ecological Environment Safety Supervision Department, Regulations and Standards Division.
This standard was drafted. Zhejiang Radiation Environmental Monitoring Station (radiation environmental monitoring technology center).
This standard is approved by the Ministry of Ecology and Environment on December 24,.2018.
This standard has been implemented since March 1,.2019.
This standard is interpreted by the Ministry of Ecology and Environment.
Radiation ambient air automatic monitoring station operation technical specification
1 Scope of application
This standard specifies the composition and function, operation and daily inspection, maintenance and repair, data processing and reporting of the automatic monitoring station for radiation ambient air.
Technical requirements such as delivery, quality assurance and documentation.
This standard applies to the national control radiation environment air automatic monitoring station constructed by the Ministry of Ecology and Environment. Radiation environmental monitoring agencies and other institutions at all levels
The use of automatic monitoring stations to monitor the ambient air quality of the irradiated environment can also be referred to for implementation.
2 Normative references
The provisions contained in the following standards and specifications, which are cited in this standard, constitute the provisions of this standard and have the same effect as this standard. Where does not indicate the date
The latest version of the referenced document applies to this standard.
HJ/T 61 Radiation Environmental Monitoring Technical Specification
HJ/T 22 General provisions for sampling airborne radioactive materials
QX/T 45 Ground meteorological observation specification Part 1. General
3 Terms and definitions
The following terms and definitions apply to this standard.
3.1 Radiation environment automatic monitoring
The process of direct measurement, processing and analysis of the radiation environment using continuous automatic radiation monitoring equipment.
3.2 Radiation ambient air automatic monitoring station
Fixed monitoring station for environmental gamma radiation, continuous monitoring of meteorological conditions and automatic sampling of air samples.
3.3 stability stability
Measuring the stability of the instrumentation during operation.
3.4 data acquisition rate data acquisition rate
The number of effective monitoring data actually obtained by the unit operating time of the radiation environment automatic monitoring station shall be monitored by the unit running time.
The ratio of the total number of data.
4 Composition and function
4.1 Composition
Radiation ambient air automatic monitoring station generally consists of one or more radiation environment monitoring equipment (dose rate monitor, gamma spectrometer, etc.)
Sample equipment (aerosol, sediment, sampler in air iodine, etc.), meteorological monitoring equipment, control equipment, data acquisition and processing equipment
And infrastructure and other components. Sampling equipment and weather monitoring equipment can be selected as needed.
4.2 Features
The main function of the radiation environment air automatic monitoring station is to automatically and continuously monitor the environmental gamma radiation level and meteorological conditions, real-time acquisition,
Process and store monitoring data, and transmit monitoring data, device health, and other information to the data aggregation center in real time through a wired or wireless network.
Understand the quality of the radiation environment and trends, and release monitoring data. Radiation ambient air automatic monitoring station with sampling equipment,
The aerosol, sediment and iodine in the air are collected, and the collected samples are sent to the laboratory for analysis.
5 operation and daily inspection
5.1 Radiation environmental monitoring
5.1.1 Air absorbed dose rate monitoring
5.1.1.1 The annual data acquisition rate of continuous monitoring of air absorbed dose rate should reach more than 90%. Raw data from dose rate monitor
After reading, no technical processing such as smoothing, maxima, and minima deletion may be performed.
5.1.1.2 The mean value of the absorbed air dose rate shall be recorded and calculated at specified intervals, and the mean shall be the arithmetic mean over the effective collection interval.
The frequency of collection of air absorbed dose rate is set according to actual needs. The general monitoring collection interval can be set to 5 minutes.
5.1.1.3 When the monitoring result is abnormal, it should be alarmed in time. The alarm threshold is generally set to the bottom plus n standard deviation, the background can be air
The absorbed dose rate is 5 minutes mean or hourly average, n is generally 3~5; the alarm threshold can also be set to a single dose rate according to the previous years of operating experience.
When calculating the background mean, abnormal data due to factors other than natural factors should be removed. If there is a change in the position or changes in the surrounding environment,
recalculate. The alarm threshold can be set at full time or separately according to the precipitation period and the non-precipitation period.
5.1.1.4 When an abnormal alarm occurs, the abnormal data analysis shall be performed according to Section 7.2. Start sampling of the automatic monitoring station for radiation ambient air if necessary
Equipment for sample collection.
5.1.2 γ radionuclide identification
5.1.2.1 Set up a number of (4~10) regions of interest as needed, each of which should contain one or more of the main features of the nuclide of interest.
Volume peak. The counts of each region of interest are counted according to the set time interval, and compared with the background value, and an alarm is generated when an abnormality occurs.
5.1.2.2 When environmental radioactivity anomalies occur, preliminary judgments should be made on the types of nuclide, including but not limited to 232Th,
226Ra, 40K, artificial nuclides include, but are not limited to, 60Co, 137Cs, 131I, 192Ir, 75Se.
5.1.3 Sampling and analysis
The monitoring content and frequency of monitoring of the samples shall be performed in accordance with HJ/T 61 requirements. After sample collection, coordination with the analytical laboratory should be enhanced and
Connect to ensure that the collected samples are analyzed and tested within the specified time. With the passage of time and experience accumulation, sample monitoring projects and supervision
The frequency measurement should be optimized.
5.2 Measurement of meteorological parameters
5.2.1 Meteorological parameters include air pressure, temperature, relative humidity, wind direction, wind speed and precipitation.
5.2.2 Meteorological parameters The frequency of collection of raw data. air pressure, temperature, relative humidity, wind direction, wind speed, and precipitation are all once per minute.
The hourly average of each parameter is calculated after the raw data is collected. The collection of meteorological parameters shall comply with the requirements of QX/T 45.
5.2.3 The daily and monthly reports of meteorological parameters are. the average and extreme values of the day, month and year of air pressure, temperature, relative humidity and wind speed, and
Corresponding time, etc.; the frequency of the sun and the moon in the wind direction, and the corresponding time, etc., and form the wind rose diagram of the month and the year; the total amount of precipitation, the number of days, months, and years,
And corresponding time and so on.
5.2.4 Precipitation and air absorbed dose rate changes should be correlated; temperature and pressure parameters can be used for aerosol sample standard state volume
Corrected.
5.3 Sample Collection
5.3.1 Aerosol
5.3.1.1 Sampling equipment and membrane
Sampling equipment. the flow rate of the super large flow sampler is not less than 600m3/h, the flow indication error is ≤±5%; the flow rate of the large flow sampler is not less than
60m3/h, flow indication error ≤ ± 2%. The sampler should be confirmed to be good and stable before sampling.
Filter membrane. The sampling membrane should meet the requirements of HJ/T 22. According to the method of nuclides analysis, select the appropriate filter, use the large flow sampler
Collection efficiency should be determined before different types of membranes. Before sampling, check the filter for pinholes, defects or damage. The filter surface should be placed face up.
Support the net, tighten the filter clamp so that it does not leak, set the sampling flow, sampling time and so on. The total sampled volume is converted to the standard state volume.
5.3.1.2 Sampling method
Set the sampling volume according to the sampling purpose, the expected concentration and the lower detection limit of the nuclide. The sampling volume should generally be greater than 10000 m3.
Sampling with a large flow sampler. If sampling with a large flow sampler, the total sampling time is 8 days (ie 192 hours), every 48 hours.
Change the filter once.
If the amount of dust collected by the filter is large and the resistance increases to affect the flow rate, the filter should be replaced in time.
5.3.2 Sediment
The sediment was collected using a double sampling tray (A, B) mode. Sampling tray A starts to collect sediment when there is no precipitation, and should be steamed in it.
Distilled water (for extremely cold areas, if the sampler has no heating device, antifreeze can be added, antifreeze should be measured by radiation level), water depth often
Keep at 1~2cm; apply a thin layer of silicone oil (or glycerin) on the surface and bottom. The sampling tray B opens to collect sediment during precipitation.
When collecting samples, rinse the sampling wall and collection tank three times with distilled water, and store them in pre-washed plastic or glass containers. sampling
Samples of disks A and B were collected separately.
During the collection period, the collection should be observed at least once a month to remove debris, insects and other debris that fall within the sampling tray. Regular observation and collection
In the case of water in the barrel, when the amount of precipitation is large, in order to prevent the sediment from overflowing with water, samples should be collected in time and combined after sampling.
5.3.3 Iodine in the air
5.3.3.1 Sampling equipment and filter media
Sampling equipment. flow rate 0~250L/min, flow indication error ≤±5%.
Filter media. Includes filter paper and iodine boxes. The filter paper collects particulate iodine in the air; the iodine box collects elemental iodine, non-element inorganic iodine and organic iodine.
5.3.3.2 Sampling method
Set the sampling volume according to the sampling purpose, the expected concentration and the lower detection limit of the nuclide. The sampling volume should generally be greater than 100 m3, and the sampling flow
The amount should be controlled at 20~200L/min. The total volume of the sample should be converted to the volume of the standard state.
5.4 Sample Management
5.4.1 On-site recording
Fill in the sampling record form and the sample label should be legible, complete and detailed. Sampling information including sampling location, sample number, sampling
Start and stop time, meteorological conditions at the time of sampling, and other conditions related to sampling. The sample record form must be signed by the sampler and the reviewer. Sample mark
The sign must not be separated from the sample. Special circumstances (such as power outages, instrument failures, etc.) should be recorded.
5.4.2 Preservation of samples
5.4.2.1 The collected samples should be stored in categories to prevent cross-contamination.
5.4.2.2 Filter membrane, filter paper and iodine box. aerosol sampling membrane should be stacked in order of sampling (stack shape and scale source shape)
Consistent) in a cylindrical special sample box; the gas-iodine sampling filter paper and the iodine box are placed in two cylindrical plastic sample boxes, respectively
The same sample box (depending on the instrument calibration method and measurement purpose). After the above filter media is placed, tighten the lid and stick the sample label.
And make a sample record.
5.4.2.3 The sediment sample is stored in a polyethylene plastic drum (bottle), acidified to pH ≤ 2 with HNO3 (HCl), and the sample label is attached and stored.
For measurement. The sample bucket (bottle) is cleaned with detergent, rinsed with tap water, soaked in dilute HNO3 (HCl) solution for a day and night, and passed
The ionized water is repeatedly washed until the washing water is neutral, and then inverted and dried for use.
5.4.2.4 Precipitation samples used for helium analysis shall be stored in brown glass or high density plastic sample containers.
5.4.3 Transport of samples
Before shipment, you should fill out the sample form and attach the on-site sampling record. Check the sample sample and sample label to check the sample package.
Does it meet the requirements? Samples in transit should be handled by a special person to prevent damage and spillage, and take timely measures to ensure safe delivery.
Go to the laboratory and complete the sample transfer according to the corresponding management regulations of the laboratory.
5.5 Daily inspection
5.5.1 Radiation ambient air automatic monitoring station should adopt daily monitoring and monthly inspection system, and daily monitoring adopts remote inspection mode.
5.5.2 Daily monitoring
5.5.2.1 Check if the data is normal. Look at the data curve and look for the cause if there is abnormal fluctuation.
5.5.2.2 Check the clock and calendar settings and find errors should be corrected in time.
5.5.2.3 Check if the equipment equipment is running and transmitting normally. If abnormal conditions are found, technical analysis should be conducted to determine the cause of the abnormality;
When troubleshooting, you should go to the site immediately for on-site inspection and timely resolution.
5.5.3 monthly inspection
5.5.3.1 Station building
1) Check whether the station and surrounding environment are subject to natural or man-made damage such as lightning strikes and flooding; check the appearance of the station and rust and wind
Inspection, sealing, etc.; check the integrity and aging of external power supply cables and communication cables; check the corrosion, looseness, etc. of lightning protection grounding bodies
Happening.
2) Check if there is abnormal noise or smell in the station room, whether the equipment is complete, whether there is any loss or damage, and each fixed instrument has
No damage, dust, rust, looseness or other abnormalities; remove safety hazards, check security equipment, lighting system and exhaust exhaust system
Check if the fire extinguisher is valid and usable.
3) Check the power supply and distribution system of the station, check the working condition of the uninterruptible power supply host and the battery, and check the operation of the signal lightning protection equipment.
4) Check if the temperature and humidity in the station are maintained in a reasonable range. Clean the filter of the station air conditioner to prevent dust from blocking
Filter.
5) Check the environmental sanitation around the station, clean the equipment and the inside and outside of the station, and keep the contents inside the station.
Orderly, neat and beautiful.
5.5.3.2 Data Acquisition Processing and Transmission System
1) Observe whether the various cables and data cables are normal.
2) Check the parameter settings, data acquisition and storage of instrument equipment (including sampling equipment) in the software system. Check access control, smoke
System software functions such as fog and water immersion.
3) Restart each instrument and check whether the operation is normal. Open the aerosol sampler and iodine sampler through software.
Off and sampling control, check if the function is normal.
4) Check if the encryption gateway works normally. Check the wired and wireless link connectivity and disconnect the wired link and wireless router respectively.
Check if the data is connected in the software system and data center.
5) Restart the software, check whether the error is reported, and whether the monitoring contents are normal; check whether the site data is connected in the data center.
Complete, check the computer system resource occupation, security protection, etc., and back up the stored data on site.
5.5.3.3 Monitoring equipment
1) Check the monitoring data and operating parameters of the monitoring equipment to determine whether the operation is normal.
2) Check whether the monitoring equipment is dusty, whether the interface is damaged or rusted, whether the connecting cable is damaged or aged, and whether the bracket and the louver box are rusted.
Eclipse or breakage, check for loose connections and screws.
5.5.3.4 Sampling equipment
1) If the appearance is dusty, damaged or rusted, and it has an impact on sampling, it should be disposed of in time.
2) Clean and airtight the sampling pipeline, and remove the debris and water in the pipeline and sampling port in time.
3) Perform pipeline inspection on the sediment sampler (including water leakage inspection) and sensitivity test for dry and wet sensors. Check for heating in winter.
Device.
4) Start the operation test of the aerosol and iodine sampler, the running time is more than half an hour, check whether the equipment is different during the running process.
often.
5) If there is condensation water in the sampling equipment, adjust the temperature of the station room or take appropriate control measures on the sampling pipeline to prevent condensation.
Elephant.
6) Check consumables usage and stock availability.
5.6 Other operational inspection and maintenance requirements
5.6.1 After extreme weather conditions, comprehensive inspection and maintenance should be carried out in a timely manner, including all the contents covered in Section 5.5.
5.6.2 During daily operation and maintenance, records should be made and archived as an operation and maintenance file.
6 Maintenance and overhaul
6.1 Preventive maintenance
6.1.1 Preventive maintenance means preventing the occurrence of faults in the equipment and infrastructure of the automatic monitoring station of the radiation environment at the specified time.
Maintenance and overhaul should generally be carried out at least once a year.
6.1.2 General requirements
Consumable parts should be replaced in time when they reach the end of their useful life.
For instruments that have completed preventive maintenance, the instrument shall be subjected to continuous operation for 24 hours, and after confirming that the instrument is working properly,
Into use.
6.1.3 Monitoring equipment. Replace the parts of the instrument according to the instructions of the instrument use and maintenance manual.
6.1.4 Sampling equipment. set different flow rates, run in various modes such as continuous sampling, timing sampling and quantitative sampling. Check whether it is positive.
Often, clean and maintain the pipeline and sampling pump.
6.1.5 Infrastructure
Maintenance of the appearance and infrastructure of the station, including. rust removal, painting, damage repair, etc.
Perform maintenance on the external power supply cable and communication cable, and perform necessary maintenance and replacement when aging is observed.
Check the operation of the uninterruptible power supply and test the performance of the uninterruptible power supply battery at least once a year. The battery should be charged and discharged regularly
Electrical maintenance, that is, cut off the external power supply, open the external power supply after one day without affecting the data transmission, and the working time is less than 24
The hour should be replaced in time.
Check if the grounding resistance is lower than 4 ohms with a grounding resistance tester. If it does not meet the requirements, it should be repaired in time.
Check various connectors and sockets. Performance testing of air conditioners, timely maintenance of fluoride and other maintenance.
6.2 Regular maintenance and overhaul
6.2.1 Monitoring equipment. In principle, inspection and maintenance are carried out every 3~5 years.
6.2.2 Sampling equipment. At least one comprehensive maintenance every 3 years, including. derusting, adding lubricant to the sampling pump.
6.2.3 Data collection and transmission equipment. A technical evaluation shall be carried out every 5 years, and equipment with high failure rate shall be replaced.
6.2.4 Software System. Perform a technical evaluation every 3~5 years and upgrade the software system if necessary.
6.2.5 Infrastructure. Replace the battery and cabin seals at least once every 5 years.
6.3 Troubleshooting
6.3.1 Troubleshooting
Check according to the “radiation ambient air automatic monitoring station checklist” (see Appendix A).
6.3.2 Troubleshooting
In the event of an abnormality or malfunction, it must be reported and checked and repaired immediately. The equipment needs to be repaired, deactivated, removed or
If it is replaced, and due to power outages, failures, and maintenance shutdowns for more than 24 hours, it should be reported in a timely manner.
6.3.3 Fault record
During the maintenance process, relevant personnel should carefully fill in relevant records such as maintenance records.
7 Data processing and reporting
7.1 Data Processing
7.1.1 Air absorbed dose rate
5-minute mean. Obtained from the arithmetic mean of continuous monitoring data (measurement time interval 30s) above 3/4 of the measurement period. time
The label is the measurement cutoff time and the data is measured 5 minutes before the moment.
Hourly average. derived from the arithmetic mean of the 5-minute mean of 3/4 or more per hour. The time stamp is the measurement deadline, and the data is
The mean is measured 1 hour before the moment.
Daily average. derived from the arithmetic mean of the hourly mean of 3/4 or more per day. The daily average statistical period is 00.00 Beijing time to
24.00.
Monthly average. The arithmetic mean of more than 20 daily averages per month.
Annual mean. The arithmetic mean of the monthly average of 3/4 or more per year.
7.1.2 The calculation and statistical methods of meteorological parameters shall be carried out in accordance with the requirements of standards such as QX/T 45.
7.2 Abnormal data analysis
When the air absorbed dose rate and the sample measurement result are significantly changed compared with the historical value, the following causes of the abnormality of the monitoring data should be addressed.
Conduct an investigation. whether the instrument is faulty, whether the sample is collected and stored, analyzed and measured correctly; the influence of natural factors; the change of the surrounding environment
The discharge of radioactive materials during the operation of nuclear facilities; the various situations specified in the emergency plan for nuclear accidents and radiation accidents; nuclear tests, medical
Other human activities such as therapeutic exposure, nuclear technology applications; other factors.
7.3 Data Reporting
Radiation ambient air automatic monitoring station monitoring data generally implements quarterly and annual reporting systems (see Appendix B). In case of emergency, it should be followed
The relevant provisions of the emergency plan shall be submitted.
8 Quality Assurance
8.1 Identification Management
Radiation ambient air automatic monitoring station implements label management.
8.2 Verification and calibration
8.2.1 Before operation
The measuring equipment should be calibrated/calibrated by a qualified metrology technical organization. Radiation environmental monitoring equipment application inspection source verification and recording
result.
8.2.2 During operation
8.2.2.1 During operation, the measuring equipment shall be periodically calibrated/calibrated or passed through the method of quantity transfer to ensure that the quantity can be traced back to the national measurement standard.
quasi.
8.2.2.2 Monitoring equipment. In principle, the main performance is retested every 3~5 years. The main performance of the dose rate monitor includes at least. dose rate
Linearity, response time, and overload characteristics. The main performance of the gamma spectrometer includes at least. energy resolution, energy response and stability. Instrument
After maintenance and repairs that may affect its performance, the instrument must be recalibrated/calibrated while testing its primary performance.
8.2.2.3 Sampling equipment. Flowmeters, thermometers and hygrometers of sampling equipment should be periodically verified/calibrated or transferred. Gas sampling equipment every year
Transfer the value at least once with the delivery device. For the equipment used for transmission, its performance should be better than the test equipment, and the flow indication error is ≤±3%.
8.2.2.4 Meteorological equipment. meteorological parameters such as air pressure, temperature, relative humidity, wind direction, wind speed and precipitation in on-site meteorological equipment.
The delivery device should pass the value transfer at least once a year. For meteorological equipment used for transmission (including thermometers, hygrometers, barometers, wind direction winds)
Speedometers and rain gauges, etc.) should be sent to the relevant state departments for quality inspection or standard transmission at least once a year, and their performance should be superior to test equipment.
The temperature accuracy is not less than ± 0.2 ° C, the humidity accuracy is not less than ± 4% (≤ 80%), ± 8% (> 80%), and the air pressure accuracy is not less than ± 0.3 hPa.
8.3 Period verification
8.3.1 Radiation environment monitoring equipment
8.3.1.1 Dose rate monitor
Check the k value of the dose rate monitor with the test source (137Cs or 60Co) at least once a year, k=∣A/A0-1∣ (A and A0 are respectively
The net response of the instrument to the test source during verification and verification/calibration). K≤0.1, is qualified; k>0.1, the instrument should be overhauled and heavier
New verification/calibration.
8.3.1.2 gamma spectrometer
1) Check the stability of the instrument, and identify and analyze the γ-ray spectrometer using 241Am, 137Cs, 60Co and other sources at least once a year.
Whether the performance requirements are met.
2) Energy resolution. At least once a year, the resolution is measured with a 137 Cs test source (the full width at half maximum of the 661.66 keV full-energy peak divided by the peak position).
The energy resolution of the NaI(Tl) gamma spectrometer (φ3" x 3") should generally be better than 9% (relative to the 137Cs source).
3) Other performance indicators should not be lower than the factory specifications.
8.3.2 Sampling equipment and meteorological equipment
Sampling equipment and meteorological equipment are checked at least once a year.
8.4 Other regulations
8.4.1 Operation and maintenance personnel shall be qualified according to the relevant regulations of the State and be certified to work.
8.4.2 The operation of the automatic monitoring station for radiation ambient air should be included in the quality management system of the unit. The quality manual and procedure documents of the unit should be included.
Include relevant content. The unit should prepare relevant operation instructions and operating procedures for instruments and equipment, and do an automatic sample collection and laboratory analysis.
The convergence of the implementation of the entire process of quality management.
9 files
9.1 File Content
9.1.1 Product manual, quality certification certificate, warranty service card, installation manual, user operation guide, and
The accompanying documents, such as the manual (including software), maintenance manual, and safety operation manual.
9.1.2 Instrument device hardware interface, software protocol or library function description file, data format description file.
9.1.3 Instrument and equipment assembly drawings and electrical schematics.
9.1.4 Quality assurance records such as verification, calibration, transfer calibration and performance testing of instruments and equipment.
9.1.5 Recording documents such as production, arrival, installation, operation commissioning and acceptance of instruments and equipment.
9.1.6 Daily inspection and maintenance inspection records, periodic replacement records of consumables.
9.1.7 Qualification files of management and maintenance personnel, including training certificates, employment certificates, etc.
9.1.8 Automatic radiation monitoring report for radiation ambient air.
9.1.9 Automatic monitoring of raw data is backed up annually on CD-ROM, tape or other media and stored for long periods of time.
9.1.10 Other materials and documents that should be archived.
9.2 Basic requirements for files
9.2.1 The archives shall be filed and managed in accordance with the requirements of the quality management system of the unit.
9.2.2 Archives work should be included in the management and assessment of the quality management system of the unit.
Appendix A
(normative appendix)
Radiation ambient air automatic monitoring station checklist
Inspection unit
Checker (signature)
Site name site number
Site address
Fault time on-site inspection time
Check item inspection content check result
infrastructure
Check whether the power supply and distribution meets the requirements, whether the phase sequence is normal, and check whether there is a phase loss.
And serious three-phase imbalance.
Check that each work unit breaker and power switch are in the normal position, press each
Whether the button is in the normal position, the power plug is plugged in, and the fuse is blown.
Software system
Check whether the software restarts an error and whether the monitoring contents are normal.
Check that the software's communication port configuration is correct.
Restart the system software, observe the system operation, and check whether the site data is connected.
And complete.
Monitoring equipment
Check whether the appearance of the device is damaged, the connection between the power cable and the communication cable,
Integrity and aging.
Check if the communication interface between devices is properly connected.
Use a laptop to connect to the device, check if the device is working, and pass
Prepare the original software to check whether the operating parameters of the equipment are normal.
Check if the recent monitoring data is abnormal.
Data transmission communication
device
Check the connection, integrity, and aging of the equipment power supply and communication cables.
Restart the device and check the device operation.
Check whether the communication interface between devices is properly connected. Check the network with a dedicated device.
Network connectivity.
Check that the device parameter settings are correct.
Sampling, weather, etc.
device
Check the intake and exhaust pipes of the relevant equipment for blockage and corrosion.
Check the connection, integrity, and aging of the equipment power supply and communication cables.
Restart the device, check whether the system parameter settings are reasonable, and check the running status of the device.
Check if the communication interface between devices is properly connected.
Parameter comparison using a portable thermometer and hygrometer, wind direction anemometer, etc.
Check if the data is correct.
in conclusion
Appendix B
(normative appendix)
Radiation ambient air automatic monitoring station air absorption dose rate report format
Radiation ambient air automatic monitoring station air absorption dose rate quarterly report
Serial number site name
Data acquisition rate
(%)
Hourly mean range mean standard deviation
Radiation ambient air automatic monitoring station air absorption dose rate annual report
Serial number
Site
name
Data acquisition
Rate
(%)
Monthly mean
Range annual average
January February November December
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