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Join Us at Partners in Prevention 2015 Conference and Trade Show

Partners in Prevention 2015 Conference and Trade Show  will take place on April 28-29 at the International Center in Mississauga, Ontario.

We are happy to be a part of this very important Health and Safety Event.

The Institute invites all its friends, clients, graduates and partners to take advantage of the Complimentary Exhibition Passes to join us at the event and visit us at booth #327.

Follow the link below to access complimentary passes. Download and save PDF file. Fill in and send the form to register.

Complementary Exhibition Pass Download

 Workplace Radiation Safety Educational Series (2014-2015 RSIC- PSHSA joint project)

April 28 is the launch date for our Free eLearning Series. This web-based series is intended for workers who come in contact with radiation or may be exposed to radiation and could benefit from additional background knowledge (e.g. emergency responders, long-term care facilities’ workers, supporting hospital staff). The series will contain several educational products that combine video and interactive e-learning components.  The target audiences are:

  • Emergency responders (fire, police, ambulance) who go to workplaces where they may encounter radiation hazards
  • Staff at Long-Term care facilities caring for patients who have gone through nuclear medicine procedures in which they have been injected with radioactive sources that remain active upon the patients’ return to the facility
  • Supporting hospital staff

Don’t miss the Trade show and the eLearning Launch. See you there!!



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