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National Education Centre

TorontoThe National Education Centre is also located at 165 Avenue Road in Toronto — strategically placed within minutes of world class medical innovation, education and financial centres.

The Radiation Safety Institute of Canada frequently draws upon considerable professional networks in academia, industry and government to remain on the leading edge of developments in the world of radiation safety.

All aspects of our training and education programs are coordinated through the National Education Centre, including the development of the curricula, materials and teaching methodologies.

Toronto is also the national headquarters of the Radiation Safety Institute of Canada and home to our consulting practice and all corporate administrative operations.




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Why Radiation Protection Makes Sense at Low Exposure Levels

We Need to Think More About Low-level Radiation By Laura Boksman, RSIC Chief Scientist First published in The Province on July 6, 2015, online edition Radiation is all around us. It occurs naturally in our environment, coming to us from the sun, from the soil and foods that we eat, and in the air that we […]

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Occupational Radiation – Champion your own Safety

Radiation safety awareness is not just for patients, but for the physicians and clinical teams treating patients as well. Radiation exposure has a cumulative effect over the course of a physician’s career. In cardiac catheterization labs, interventional radiology suites and electrophysiology, radiation exposure is a significant but often overlooked risk for medical staff. To address […]

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Commemorating the National Day of Mourning

On April 28 we are joining with Canadian workers and their families in the mourning of lives lost at work. Planning our safety program lets keep in mind hazards that are not so visible, like radiation. It did cost 220 miners their lives.

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