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Safety: Ionizing Radiation

Course code: 1290-09
Course title: Safety: Ionizing Radiation
Description: NOTE: After entering this course, YOU MUST wait until the first page, the course map, fully loads before proceeding into the course. If you do not wait, your progress will not be tracked and you will not receive a certificate of completion. You will know this page has loaded completely when all boxes to the left of the course topics appear. The box for each topic turns blue when you have completed that topic.

Although radiation is present in everyday life, it is often overlooked. This course will identify common examples of ionizing and non-ionizing radiation and help you understand the difference between these two basic types of radiation sources. In addition, you will be introduced to important terminology related to radiation and given a greater understanding of the concept of "occupational exposure."
Target Audience:Personnel who work with radioactive material covered by a NRC specific license.
Delivery method: OLT
Instructional hours: 2
Credits/CEUs: 2
Vendor: DOI University
Contact:Online, DOIU (DOIUONLINE)
Requires Approval:No
Responsible Bureau:National Business Center

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