Calculated results of the dose rates from induced activity in the enclosure of the ELMO Bumpy Torus proof-of-principle device (EBT-P) are presented. A cylindrical model of EBT-P is used. EBT-P will have a hydrogen plasma and thus the plasma will not produce neutrons, but substantial numbers of photoneutrons will be produced and it is the induced activity from these photoneutrons that is considered. The activation dose rates are presented for a variety of operating times and times after shutdown. Dose rates ∼5 to 10 mrem/h at 1 h after shutdown are obtained and the major contributor to the dose rate at 1 h after shutdown is found to be 24Na (half-life = 15.0 h).