This course is appropriate for personnel involved in the mining or oil and gas industry where Naturally Occurring Radioactive Materials (NORM) may be significant.
The course is in 6 modules that are broken into 20 sections.Duration:3 days .9am–4pm(Approx.).
Who the course is aimed at
This course is appropriate for personnel involved in the mining industry where geologicalsurveys, drilling, mineral processing,sample analysis for uranium, and where Naturally Occurring Radioactive Materials (NORMs) may be significant.
1. An introduction to radiation
Basic Radiation Physics
Properties of ionizing radiation
Properties of Natural ionizing radiation
2.Understanding radiation from a biological perspective
Internal and External Hazards
Biological effects of ionizing radiations
3.Radiation Safety and Protection
Radiation Safety Principles
Safe Working Techniques
4.Radiation Detection, Measurement and Dose
Radiation Detection & Measurement
Radiation Monitoring Programs
Radiation Dose Limits
Radiation Dose Calculations
By the end of this course, the trainee will have an appropriate understanding of radiation and its effects, including the ALARA principle and the legal and practical considerations of radiation on site. The trainee will have the appropriate level of knowledge to work on site under a licenced Radiation Safety Officer.
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