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The Canadian Light Source to Host RSIC Radiation Safety Officer Courses

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For the very first time we are offering our highly acclaimed Radiation Safety Officer
(RSO-1) and Radiation Safety Officer Refresher (RSO-2) courses at an exciting new location – the Canadian Light Source in Saskatoon.  The courses are designed to satisfy the Canadian Nuclear Safety Commission (CNSC) training requirements for new Radiation Safety Officers as well as active RSOs.

For detailed information about the courses please visit:
Radiation Safety Officer (RSO-1)
Radiation Safety Officer Refresher (RSO-2)

Course Dates: 
RSO-1 May 09-13, 2016
RSO-2 Sept. 13-14, 2016


Join our Saskatoon sessions to take advantage of a free guided tour of the Canadian Light Source and see how a radiation safety program is implemented at a Class-1B nuclear facility

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 Unique benefits for the students:

  • Comprehensive curriculum includes open and sealed sources
  • Diverse application covers medical and industrial fields
  • RSO training fulfills the CNSC requirements for Radiation Safety Officers
  • Transportation of Dangerous Goods (TDG) Class 7 Certificate
  • Dynamic teaching method is focused on adult learning

 

Contact Details:
Jason Sadowski, M.Sc., P.Eng
Manager of the RSIC National Laboratories102-110 Research Drive
Saskatoon, SK, Canada S7N 3R3
306.975.0566 x225
jsadowski@radiationsafety.ca
Tara Hargreaves 
Staff Scientist and Mgr. of Training RSIC National Office 165 Avenue Road, Suite 300 Toronto, ON, Canada M5R 3S4
416.650.9090 x23
thargreaves@radiationsafety.ca


There is a limited number of seats available. sign up early to guarantee your spot. 

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