Prior Information Notice: Provide radiation dosimeters Short description of nature and quantity or value of supplies or services: DSRL has a requirement for the provision of Radiation Dosimetry Services, including approved dosimetry services (as required by the Ionising Radiations Regulations 1999) for internal and external radiations.
What does DOS stand for?
DOS stands for Dosimeter
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We have 261 other meanings of DOS in our Acronym Attic
- Distributed Open-Short (microwave theory)
- Distributed Operating System
- Distribution of States
- District of Sechelt (Canada)
- District Office Study
- District Open Space (Hong Kong)
- División de Organizaciones Sociales (Spanish: Division of Social Organizations; Chile)
- Division of Operational Safety (US Atomic Energy Commission)
- Division of Safety (various locations)
- Division of Standards (Massachusetts)
- Dozing Off Soon
- Dreaded Orange Spots (soapmaking, indicates soap has gone rancid)
- Dropout Studios
- Duncan's Outdoor Shop (Bay City, Michigan)
- Department of State, Office of Diplomatic Contingency Programs
- Disk Operating System - Enhanced
- Disk Operating System/Virtual Storage
- Disk Operating System/Virtual Storage Extended
- Day of Surgery Admission (medical data)
- Dean of Students' Affairs
Samples in periodicals archive:
The MTM RAD is a gamma dosimeter and a Swiss movement-equipped watch that monitors environmental radiation levels and alerts users in case of dangerous levels with an audible alarm.
The multiple joints of the robot, which is fitted with a camera, a dosimeter and a smaller companion robot, can walk on uneven surfaces, avoid obstacles, climb stairs and access areas too challenging to be reached by wheeled or crawling robots, Toshiba said.
A dosimeter lowered into the containment vessel of the No.
1176) measured PAH-DNA adducts and other bulky aromatic adducts in umbilical cord white blood cells to determine the association between this molecular dosimeter and behavioral/attention problems in childhood, with child behavior assessed using the Child Behavior Checklist.
Tokyo, June 15 (ANI): Japan's Fukushima city would reportedly give radiation dosimeters to 34,000 children to measure their exposure from the March 11 earthquake-cum-tsunami hit nuclear power plant.
Japan's Fukushima city said on Tuesday it would hand radiation dosimeters to 34,000 children to gauge their exposure from the crippled nuclear power plant about 60 kilometres (40 miles) away.
The men, aged in their 20s and 30s, were wearing radiation suits but not full-length boots and had ignored a warning alarm from their dosimeters, "assuming a problem with the device", a TEPCO official said.