The Radiation Safety Institute of Canada has developed new Employee Training Modules that allow you to enhance your company’s radiation safety program and create a true radiation safety culture in your workplace. Best of all, you are the teacher!
Basics of Radiation Safety
There are four modules. Each one covers a different aspect of radiation safety in the workplace:
The total package (about three hours) also includes a Test for students, the Test Answer Key and an Instructor Evaluation Form.
The cost to license our Employee Training Modules for use at your facility is $299.00 plus HST for graduates of the Radiation Safety Institute of Canada’s RSO-1 course.
You are the teacher!
To teach this course, you simply need to be knowledgeable in radiation and radiation safety.
In this way, the Radiation Safety Institute of Canada is assured that a qualified person is teaching the modules and is able to answer any questions. In addition, you have our assurance that we are always available to assist you at any time.
How do the modules work?
Shortly after you place your order, you will receive a package from the Radiation Safety Institute of Canada. This package will include a CD-ROM with all of the presentation slides in PowerPoint format.
With the Radiation Safety Institute of Canada’s Employee Training Modules, you can train as few or as many employees as you wish, at a time convenient for your workplace.
Order your Employee Learning Module by clicking here
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