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Foundations of an X-Ray Safety Program for Industrial X-Ray Users

On Friday May 26th, Laura Boksman, our Senior Consulting Scientist hosted a 1-hour FREE of charge webinar.

We discussed the various elements included in an x-ray safety program, for x-rays used in an industrial setting (as opposed to health care or veterinary medicine).

We also discussed differing aspects, including the overall company x-ray safety (ALARA) policy, the X-Ray Safety Officer (often called a Radiation Protection Officer), worker qualifications and training, controls on the x-ray machines, instrumentation, and documentation/records.

Xray Users for Industerial Users Webinar

Date and Time: Fri, May 26, 2017 2:30 PM – 3:30 PM EDT
Webinar language: English

Instructor: Laura Boksman, B.Sc., Physics – Medical/ Health Option, McMaster University; M. Sc. Medical Biophysics, University of Western Ontario. Laura has over 15 years of Canadian nuclear industry experience.

Find the handouts here.
Find the webinar recording here.

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