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Employee Training

All About Radiation Safety – 1-Day

This hands-on radiation safety training course will provide employees with the fundamental knowledge required to work safely in the vicinity of radiation sources (open and sealed).

This course was developed to meet the training requirements of the Canadian Nuclear Safety Commission (CNSC). Please contact us for more information about having the Radiation Safety Institute of Canada conduct this course at your workplace.

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All About X-ray Safety – 1-Day

Designed for employees who work with and around x-ray sources, this friendly, one-day session will equip you to take effective measures at your workplace designed to protect against excess radiation exposure from x-rays. Your learning is enhanced by a hands-on practical experiment and a video presentation.

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Radiation Safety for Nuclear Gauge Users

This course provides the participant with a fundamental knowledge of radiation, as well as training in radiation safety, radiation measurement and government regulations, all with the main focus on nuclear gauges.

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