Sealed Sources & X-rays

Radiation Protection Supervisor Course
(The Coach & Four, 2-days)

Radioactive sealed sources are used for controlling a wide range of industrial processes, typically measuring fill-level, flow rate or density of a particular material or product. Sources of much lower activity are used as calibration standards in research or simply for checking the performance of a radiation monitor.

Industrial X-ray devices span a great range of applications including process measurement, materials analysis and inspection, and security scanning.  Increasingly, X-rays are employed for fill-level and foreign body detection in the food and drinks industries.

Regardless of the application it remains good practice for the employer to appoint one or more Radiation Protection Supervisors (RPSs) to assist in managing the radiation hazard and supervise any work with the equipment in accordance with the Local Rules

Designed for those using radioactive sealed sources or X-rays in industrial processes or research, this course focuses on external radiation exposures, practical protection measures and the RPS duties.

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Learn about

  • Hazards and risks presented by sealed sources & X-rays.
  • Radiological Protection during routine operations
  • Radiation monitoring
  • Accidents involving a source
  • The regulatory requirements to ensure all exposures are kept ‘as low as reasonably practicable’.

Evening syndicates study real industrial incidents for reporting the following day.

Course details

Course duration is 2 days.

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Non-residents are subject to a day-delegate fee of £85 +VAT
This covers use of the hotel facilities, refreshments on the course and lunch on the second day.

The Coach & Four, 69-71 Alderley Rd, Wilmslow, Cheshire SK9 1PA, add £145 +VAT

Course fee 2024: £495 +VAT

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