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Q: Unbroken radioactive material packages never have a surface radiation dose above this level?
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What label is required for radioactive material packages in excess of 50 mR per hr but less than 200 mR per hr?

Radioactive material packages to be shipped in commerce require one of several Class 7 labels. Which one depends on the nature of the material being shipped and the intensity of the radiation.


What does the white radioactive label tell the responder?

the exposure rate from those packages will be low


What is used to identified packages containing hazardous material?

There are several ways:DOT Hazardous Materials classification labels are used to identify packages containing hazardous materials.Most hazardous material packages are marked with diamond-shaped warning labels showing weather it is a flammable or corrosive, radioactive or explosive material. They will also carry the UN / ID number such UN1203.Square-on-point labels displaying the hazard category are used to identify packages containing hazardous materials.Packages are identified as containing hazardous materials subject to transportation regulations by placing on them the appropriate square-on-point hazard class label and by including the required entries on the shipping papers.


White radioactive labels on packages at an accident scene tell the responder?

that the materials inside may be hazardous or present a radiation risk. It is essential for the responder to take appropriate precautions and follow safety protocols when handling these labeled packages to minimize exposure and potential harm. Professional assistance and specialized equipment may be required to safely manage the situation.


Which organelle packages and stores material?

endoplasmic reticlum and golgi complex


Are radioactive isotopes safe in the body?

Radioactive substances in the environment can harm cells, damage DNA, and cause cancer. If we take gamma rays, they kill living cells upon contact as they have high penetration power. But this doesn't mean that they are totally dangerous and can't be used by living things. We have to see the level of radioactive isotopes used in order to say they are dangerous to others. Low levels of radioactive isotopes is used in a sample and it becomes a tracer by which to detect molecular changes. Melvin Calvin and his coworkers used Carbon 14 to detect all the various reactions that occur during the process of photosynthesis. Radioactive isotopes are being used largely in the medical field. The high level of radioactive isotopes (radiation) has been used to sterilize medicine and dental products for many years. Now, it can be used to sterilize the US mail and other packages to free them of possible pathogens such as anthrax spores. In addition to this, cancer treatment through radioisotopes to destroy only cancer cells, with little risk to the rest of the body is another important use of radioactive isotopes.


Type B packages must be able to meet Type A requirements and also withstand the effects of?

Type B packages must be able to meet Type A requirements and also withstand the effects of more severe transportation conditions, such as higher levels of radiation. This means that Type B packages must provide additional protection to ensure the safe transportation of radioactive materials.


What material is the Porsche 911 turbo interior made of?

It depends on what interior packages it has -bcracing


What organelle assembles and packages material in the cell?

Golgi Bodies, Golgi Complex or Golgi Apparatus


What bodies package material and move them out of the cell?

The Golgi apparatus packages them and the products exit within vesicles


Where can one find material management software packages?

It can find it on certain on line websites that sell software packages, some can be found on eBay or Amazon. It can also be found in your local software store.


Which markings on packages identify a material as hazardous?

Markings on packages that identify a material as hazardous include the square-on-point, or diamond, hazard class labels as well as labels that list in words what the hazard may be, and the UN ID number and the Proper Shipping Name.