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Radiation Safety for Nuclear Gauge Users

Radiation Safety for Nuclear Gauge Users is a one-day worker training solution, that would benefit staff, employers and RSO by providing a quality education session. It would be interesting to all employees who interact with nuclear gauges in a workplace: Gauge operators, drivers transporting portable sources, persons working in close proximity to the gauges, etc.

Why Learn With Us

To comply with CNSC legal requirements for worker training while saving a considerable amount of time otherwise needed to prepare and deliver a quality course in-house. According to the CNSC, all workers have to be educated about radiation exposure risks associated with their duties. Our first-class educators can help you fulfill your licence obligations and ensure your employee safety.

 

Some of The Subjects Covered

  • Introduction to radiation;

  • Nuclear gauge types and their configuration;

  • Gauge operation, maintenance and transportation;

  • Safety program for nuclear gauge licensees;

  • Radiation detection, instrumentation and calibration;
  • Key sections of the Nuclear Safety and Control Act and Regulations

Upcoming Course Dates and Prices:

Toronto Location:

2014 Radiation Safety for Nuclear Gauges Dates – $450 + 13% HST
September 8, 2014
November 3, 2014

Saskatoon Location:

2015 Radiation Safety for Nuclear Gauges Dates– $450 + 5% Tax
March 5, 2015
May 7, 2015
September 22, 2015
December 3, 2015

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