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Radiation Safety in The Workplace Podcast, Part II

Adult Ed - StudyingThe Canadian Centre for Occupational Health and Safety (CCOHS), in collaboration with the Radiation Safety Institute of Canada, has just released Part II of a special two-part mini-series Podcast on radiation in the workplace. In this episode, our Radiation Scientist, Claire Cohalan, focuses on safety and how workers can protect themselves from radiation in the workplace.

You can listen by following the “Radiation in The Workplace” link on the following pages:

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