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    put/placed under a dosimetric control?

    Hello again!

    X-ray tests - part 5

    The following employees may be allowed to work with X-ray flaw detectors:
    employees who were educated about Industrial Safety in terms of radiological protection,
    employees who obtained a positive medical certificate from an authorised physician,
    employees who are put/placed under a dosimetric control by Institute of Occupational Medicine.

    What do you think of the bolded fragment?

    Thank you.

    I may be wrong, of course.

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    Re: put/placed under a dosimetric control?

    I like "placed" better.

    Are these three bullet points an "and" or an "or"? You might want to make that clear.

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    Re: put/placed under a dosimetric control?

    I think probably you don't need the "a" in that phrase. (I would be more confident of that advice if I knew the meaning of dosimetric control.)


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    Re: put/placed under a dosimetric control?

    Dosimetric control is probably related to making sure that a limit radiation is not exceeded during X-ray tests.

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