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Radiation Safety Officer Refresher (RSO-2)

rso-2-20101Our two-day Radiation Safety Officer Refresher (RSO-2) training is designed for RSO-1 graduates to reinforce and revive the information learned in the RSO-1 course. If it has been a while since you took your last RSO course, you owe it to your fellow employees to benefit from this highly acclaimed refresher program.

Our RSO-2 course graduates are eligible for the following continuing education credits, if applicable:

 

The Canadian Association of Medical Radiation Technologists 11.25 Category A credits *

*CAMRT Credits are recognized by the ARRT, The ASRT, and all Provincial Associations under the CAMRT umbrella.

 

How you learn

You learn in a friendly classroom setting over a period of two days. Each day has several learning sessions. Appropriate refreshment breaks are included. Your learning is enhanced by lively discussions and activities.

You will receive a binder containing the course presentation slides.

When you complete the course, you will receive the Radiation Safety Institute of Canada’s Radiation Safety Officer Refresher (RSO-2) Certificate.

Subjects Covered

  • Overview of Radiation and radioactivity
  • Radiation quantities and units
  • Workplace radiation safety program: organization and administration
  • Employee training
  • Licensing of nuclear substances and radiation devices
  • Nuclear gauges and their applications
  • Operating procedures
  • Emergency management
  • Workplace inspections and audits
  • Transport of radioactive materials
  • Key sections of Regulations under the Nuclear Safety and Control Act
  • Discussion workshop: Evaluating a Radiation Protection Program
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