Good Science in Plain Language

Cours de radioprotection en ligne

English

L’Institut de radioprotection du Canada est fière de présenter son nouveau cours internet gratuit, Une introduction au rayonnement.

Ce cours d’une vingtaine de minutes, développé en collaboration avec la Commission de la sécurité professionelle et de l’assurance contre les accidents du travail (CSPAAT), vise à expliquer le rayonnement et la radioprotection aux travailleurs et aux autres membres du publique.

Cliquez sur l’image ci-dessous pour lancer le cours dans une nouvelle fenêtre. À la suite du cours, nous vous invitons à compléter un questionnaire. Les résultats du questionnaire nous permettront de développer du nouveau matériel en radioprotection, à l’usage du publique.

 

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