Radiaton Health Hazards at Work
Most recent answer: 04/30/2020
- Floyd Castle (age 74)
Schenectady, NY USA
I don't know how your radiation exposure can be measured using a whole body scan after the fact, so I'll assume that the letter you received was a record of dosimeter readings taken throughout your employment.
You don't say what units were used for these measurements, so I'll assume that they are sieverts (Sv), which is the standard unit. If you learn that other units were used, here is a conversion table.
The annual radiation dose limit is 0.05 Sv, so your 10 year exposure of 0.014 is well below that limit.
Another common unit (in the USA) is the REM (1 REM = 0.01 Sv). The annual dose limit is 5 REM. If that unit was used in the report. your 10-year dose is a miniscule fraction of the limit,
(published on 04/30/2020)