May 2019 Short Course Listings
Radiation Safety Officer Training Course
RADIATION SAFETY & CONTROL SERVICES, INC. Attn: Natalie Tarzia, 93 Ledge Road, Seabrook, NH 03874; 800-525-8339 or 603-778-2871 (x220); fax: 603-474-1531; email: email@example.com; website: radsafety.com
This comprehensive 40-hour course provides students with a balance of technical and theoretical information along with practical applications of radiation safety. Fundamental concepts are presented in a logical progression, providing a sound basis for understanding the day-to-day requirements of the radiation safety officer (RSO). This training includes Department of Transportation (DOT) requirements for transportation of radioactive materials and satisfies the requirements of Subpart H. A DOT exam is included. References from past students are available upon request. The three instructors of the course are certified health physicists with a combined 100 years of experience in their field. As RSCS principals, they operate a nuclear instrumentation calibration facility and an analytical measurement laboratory and also perform consulting for radioactive material licensees. Continuing education credits (CECs) have been approved by the American Academy of Health Physics (40 CECs) and the American Society of Radiologic Technologists (40 hours of Category A CECs).
17–21 June 2019; Seabrook, New Hampshire
23–27 September 2019; Seabrook, New Hampshire
9–13 December 2019; Las Vegas, Nevada
FEE: $1,495 (includes all materials, daily continental breakfast and snack breaks, and a catered lunch and social on the first day of the course)
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