post caught my eye. It seems that just about anywhere you care to take a look at LANL the system is completely broken down.
In a perverse sort of way, I guess it's kind of reassuring that LANL is also lax in its rad-worker controls (as well as with security, safety, and, when you get right down to it: overall quality of management). What else would you expect, I suppose, from a lab that allows workers to track Americium all over a four state region.
I've worked at other DOE sites -- you just *don't* take your personal dosimeters home with you.