A one-day refresher course designed for RPSs or radiation workers using unsealed radioactive materials in tracer quantities. Particular emphasis is given to:
- Site-specific safety procedures
- Radiation risk assessment
- Updates to the relevant legislation
- Contingency planning for spills
Radiation Protection Supervisors (RPS) should receive refresher training every 3 to 5 years, depending on the nature and complexity of the radiation work.
- Exposure risks from handling unsealed sources
- Contamination monitoring
- Contingency plans for spills and personal contamination
- Regulatory requirements for ensuring all exposures are kept ALARP
“I really enjoyed the course; it was very informative and challenging. It wasn’t totally relevant to my field of work (medical) and I think that maybe this could have been more clearly highlighted. In saying this I found the course well worth the attendance and would recommend it to others”
“Openness and group working proved a good point for all involved. Instructors were first class, very helpful and professional. Hotel and food were very good. Would thoroughly recommend to colleagues”
“I thought the course was really good – particularly the number of delegates involved. Everybody integrated really well together and the tutors were very approachable. I felt I learned a lot from this course”
“A very interesting and enjoyable course. The course notes will be of great use to me in the future”
“I would like to thank the team at Radman for an excellent service.
A professional approach to our initial assessment by a knowledgeable assessor, a training course that helped to make interesting what can be a brain numbing amount of information and a generally good customer service”