Step No. Description GAUGE 1 GAUGE 2 GAUGE 3 Table I.9, Calculational Method, Part 3---Annual Dose Received from Gauges 1, 2, and 3 12 Average number of hours per day gauge is in storage while secretary is present 5 5 2 13 Average number of days per week gauge is in storage while secretary is present 3 3 3 14 Average number of weeks per year gauge is in storage while secretary is present 52 32 52 15 Multiply the results of Step 12 by the results of Step 13 by the results of Step 14 = TOTAL HOURS EACH GAUGE IS STORED PER YEARWHILE SECRETARY ISPRESENT 5 x 3 x 52 =780 5 x 3 x 32 =480 2 x 3 x 52 =312 16 Multiply the results of Step 15 by the results of Step 7 = ANNUAL DOSE RECEIVED FROM EACH GAUGE, in mrem in a year 780 x 0.031 = 24 480 x 0.056 = 27 312 x 0.08 = 25 17 Sum the results of Step 16 for each gauge = TOTAL ANNUALDOSE RECEIVED CONSIDERING REALISTIC ESTIMATE OF TIME SPENT IN AREA OF CONCERNAND TIME GAUGE IS IN STORAGE, in mrem in a year 24 + 27 + 25 = 76 NOTE: If the result in Step 17 is greater than 100 mrem/yr, the licensee must take corrective actions.