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Last X-Ray Safety Officer (XSO) Training for 2011

The last X-ray Safety Officer Course (XSO) for 2011 is taking place November 15-17 at the beautiful Sutton Place Hotel in Toronto. If you are responsible under provincial and federal regulations for the safety of employees exposed to X-rays in the workplace, the Radiation Safety Institute of Canada offers this 3-day course, which has been awarded 1,0 maintenance points by the Board of Canadian Registered Safety Professionals.

For full details regarding your legal obligations, as well as the subjects covered, visit the “Your Workplace” tab above and look under our “Education and Training Services” section for “Professional Certificate Courses”


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National Day of Mourning: Avoiding tragedy with a commitment to prevention and passion for action.

April 28th is our opportunity to honour our colleagues who have died or suffered a disabling injury on the job.

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