Comprehensive Radiation Safety Training Courses

All trainings are awarded Continuing Education Units (CEU’s) from the American Academy of Health Physics (Course ID will be on the certificate).

  • RADIATION WORKER TRAINING (4hrs.)

  • RADIATION AWARENESS TRAINING (2hrs.)

  • RADIATION DETECTION (4hrs.)

  • RADIATION ASSESSMENT & SURVEYING SKILLS (4hrs.)

  • RADIATION SOURCE SECURITY TRAINING (3hrs.)

  • FIRST RESPONDER RADIATION SAFETY TRAINING (3hrs.)

  • RADIATION SAFETY OFFICER (40hrs.)

Any online course includes the course, interactive quiz, certificate of completion, and any supplemental materials.  The course will be available for two weeks from the date payment is received. You will receive access to the course within 24 hours, via email, after payment is received.

ONLINE: RADIATION WORKER TRAINING $60 (4 HRS.)

This course has been designed to meet the training need of a Radiation Worker.  This course will describe as well as demonstrate material to solidify the attendees understanding. Allow up to 24hrs to receive the training link.

OVERVIEW:

  • Concepts of Radiation
  • Understanding Radiation
  • ALARA concept
  • Time, Distance, and Shielding effects
  • Radiation in our everyday world
  • Radiation Biology
  • Controls
  • Safe work practices
  • Protective measures (PPE)
  • Measurement, assessing and Surveying​
  • Emergencies

Awarded 4 CEC by the AAHP

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RADIATION AWARENESS TRAINING (2 HRS.) AVAILABLE UPON REQUEST

This course has been designed to meet the training needs of those requiring awareness level training.  This course will describe as well as demonstrate material  to solidify the attendees understanding.

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OVERVIEW:

  • Concepts of Radiation
  • Understanding Radiation
  • ALARA concept
  • Time, Distance, and Shielding effects
  • Radiation in our everyday world
  • Postings and labels
  • controls and storage
  • Protection Measures
  • Emergencies
  • Material vs. Contamination

Cost per site specific is $2000/day

ONLINE RADIATION DETECTION (4 HRS.)

This course has been designed to meet the training need of a one looking to detect radiation.  This course will describe as well as demonstrate material to solidify the attendees understanding.

OVERVIEW:

  • Overview of radiation concepts, types, units, and practices (shielding)
  • Types of detectors
  • Theory of operations
  • Quality control
  • Using detectors

Awarded 4 CEC by the AAHP

REGISTER HERE $100 per person

ONLINE RADIATION AREA ASSESSMENTS AND SURVEY TECHNIQUES (4 HRS.)

This course has been designed to meet the training need of a one looking to detect radiation and ensure lab safety.  This course will describe as well as demonstrate material  to solidify the attendees understanding of lab inspections.

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OVERVIEW:

  • Overview of radiation concepts, types, units, and practices (shielding)
  • Choosing and using detectors
  • Pre-assessment tasks
  • making good observations and techniques
  • Monitoring, posting, and labeling
  • Security
  • ​Ancillary hazards
  • Best practices
  • Records​

Awarded 4 CEC by the AAHP

REGISTER HERE: $50 per person

RADIATION SOURCE SECURITY (3 HRS.) AVAILABLE UPON REQUEST

This course has been designed to meet the training need of a one looking to ensure compliance with increased control regulations. This course will describe as well as demonstrate material  to solidify the attendees understanding.

OVERVIEW:

  • Overview of radiation concepts, types, units, and practices (ALARA)
  • Categorizing sources (General, CAT 2, CAT 1)
  • Understanding the applicable regulations
  • Access Authorization Program Requirements
  • Background Investigations
  • Requirements of Criminal History Record Checks for Unescorted Access
  • Exemption from Fingerprinting, Identification, and Criminal History Background Check
  • Protection of Information
  • Access Authorization Program Review
  • General Security Program Requirements
  • LLEA Coordination
  • Security Zones
  • Monitoring, Detection and Assessment
  • Maintenance and Testing
  • Security Program Review
  • Reporting of Events
  • Security Program

REGISTER HERE: Cost per site specific is
$2000/day

ONLINE: RADIATION SAFETY FOR FIRST RESPONDERS (APPROX. 3 HR.)

This online course includes the course, interactive quiz, certificate of completion, and any supplemental materials.  The course will be available for two weeks from the date payment is received.  You will receive access to the course after payment is received (within 24hrs.)

See Course contents below. 

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OVERVIEW:

  • Overview of radiation concepts, types, units, and practices (shielding)
  • Radiation uses encountered
  • 1 people (radioactive, contaminated, injured)
  • 2 Industrial uses
  • 3 Vehicle accidents involving
    radioactive material
  • 4 Radiological Dispersal Devices (RDD's)
  • 5 Nuclear weapons
  • ​Identifying Radiation
  • Hazards of Radiation
  • Radiation limits for the first responder
  • Using detectors
  • Roles of a first responder
  • Incidents and in depth case studies

Awarded 3 CEC by the AAHP

REGISTER HERE: $50 per person

RADIATION SAFETY OFFICER (40 HRS.) AVAILABLE UPON REQUEST

This course has been designed to meet the training need of a Radiation Safety Officer.  This course will describe as well as demonstrate material  to solidify the attendees understanding.

DAY 1

  • Concepts of Radiation
  • 1 Structure of the atom
  • 2 Atom classification
  • 3 Isotopes and nuclides
  • 4 Table of nuclides
  • Understanding Radiation
  • 1 History
  • 2 Definitions
  • 3 Electromagnetic spectrum
  • 4 Ionizing vs. non-Ionizing
  • 5 Types of Radiation
  • Shielding and Units
  • 1 Shielding materials
  • 2 Radiation specific hazards
  • 3 Decay
  • 4 Quantifying radiation
  • Radiation in our everyday world
  • 1 Background sources
  • 2 Background exposures
  • 3 Typical uses
  • Radiation Biology
  • 1 Cell structure
  • 2 Radiation induced aberrations
  • 3 LET
  • 4 Radio sensitivities
  • 5 Stochastic vs. non-stochastic
  • 6 Embryo/fetus effects
  • 7 Pregnancy declaration

DAY 2

  • Regulation and Limits
  • 1 Regulations
  • 2 Licenses
  • 3 Inspections
  • 4 Occupational limits
  • 5 Control zones
  • Policies
  • 1 ALARA
  • 2 Source control and security
  • 3 General lab policies
  • 4 Material storage
  • 5 Inventory
  • 6 Labeling
  • 7 Waste
  • Controls
  • 1 Engineering
  • 2 Administrative
  • 3 PPE
  • Personnel Protective Equipment
  • 1 Types
  • 2 Respiratory protection program
  • 3 Level of PPE
  • 4 Donning and Doffing

DAY 3

  • Detection and Measurement
  • 1 Operation
  • 2 Types and styles
  • 3 Quality control
  • 4 Calibrations
  • 5 Functional checks
  • Radiation Assessment and Surveys
  • 1 Environmental conditions
  • 2 Limits
  • 3 Contamination
  • 4 Exposure
  • 5 Types and styles

DAY 4 (8HR DOT/IATA COURSE)

  • The attendee will receive an additional certificate for shipping
  • Shipping
  • 1 Classification
  • 2 Packaging
  • 3 Shipping papers
  • 4 Marking
  • 5 Labeling
  • 6 Placard
  • 7 Emergency response
  • 8 Security

DAY 5

  • ​Program structures
  • 1 Typical program
  • 2 RSO authority
  • 3 Services
  • 4 Training
  • 5 Auditing
  • Licensing
  • 1 Types of Licenses
  • 2 Writing a new license
  • 3 Amending, renewing, and terminating a license
  • 4 Proper techniques, handling correspondents, and Records management

Awarded 40 CEC by the AAHP

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