Join us for live-stream RSO training on July 15-17 & July 22-24, 2022.
Join us for two long weekends remotely, via live-stream video for the required 40 hours of training to become a Radiation Safety Officer (RSO)! This course meets the training requirement for a Nuclear Regulatory Commission (NRC) type C license, providing the skills needed to successfully implement a radiation protection program in the pharmaceutical, biotechnology, university, hospital, or medical laboratory setting.
COURSE LEARNING OBJECTIVES
Develop RSO skill sets specific to University, Hospital, Medical, Health Department, Governmental or Biopharmaceutical lab environments
Gain expertise in maintaining compliance with radionuclide permit and licensing requirements at local, state and national levels
Create and maintain a safe laboratory working environment
Assess potential radiation risks and relevant human health effects
Develop work plan for employees to effectively reduce or eliminate risk
Limit potential for radiological terrorism using laboratory materials
Understand and apply Health Physics practice in a laboratory setting
Learn management of radiological solid and liquid waste
Understand regulatory requirements and expectations
Gain hands-on experience with instrumentation
Apply “tools of the trade” upon returning to your organization, with a comprehensive resource guide