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40-Hour Radiation Safety Officer Course/Portable and Fixed


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A comprehensive and in-depth examination of radiation fundamentals, including radiation theory and recognizing various sources of radiation. The course covers proper detection, handling, and measurement techniques while imparting tangible awareness of dose limits and models, the significance of ALARA, emergency response, workers’ rights, maintenance, gauge, and source construction. The educator covers program regulations and reporting requirements including essential legal documentation. Course further reviews national and local DOT requirements. Instructor administers a detailed hands-on. Practical exercise covering proven survey techniques. Participants are encouraged to bring their own instruments for hands-on study and review.

Pre-requisites: None

Audience: Radiation Safety Officers or prospective Radiation Safety Officers from companies who are licensed users of portable or fixed radiometric/nuclear gauges.

Location: DRC Armory Room 301, 1257 South 2nd Ave., Pocatello
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