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maximize Introduction to Radiation Safety (ORAU) - Oak Ridge, TN, August 14-18, 2017 - August 18, 2017

Add to Calendar 08-14-2017 8:00:00 08-18-2017 5:00:00 15 Introduction to Radiation Safety Accredited continuing education course on safe handling of radioactive materials Oak Ridge, TN true MM/DD/YYYY

Accredited continuing education course on safe handling of radioactive materials (Aug 14-18, 2017 Oak Ridge)

Category: Training

Introduction

The use of radionuclides and radiation sources in industry, medicine, and education continues to create a need for persons trained in their safe use. To meet this need, ORAU conducts a five-day training course—Introduction to Radiation Safety. The American Academy of Health Physics will grant 40 Continuing Education Credits for completion of this course. The American Board of Industrial Hygiene grants 5.0 Certification Maintenance Points to CIHs for completion of this course.

Training dates

  • August 14-18, 2017

Course description

This five-day lecture/laboratory course is an introduction to the basic science behind radiation safety and to common applications of radiation safety principles. Lectures include a description of common radiation sources, interaction of radiation with matter, biological effects, detection and measurement. Laboratory exercises emphasize radiation detection and measurement techniques using both fixed and portable instrumentation.

Who should attend

This course is designed for those who wish to increase their knowledge of safe handling of radioactive materials and safe uses of radiation.

Please Register at:


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maximize Facility Decommissioning Training Course, ANL (November 13-16, 2017 Las Vegas) - November 16, 2017

Add to Calendar 11/13/2017 08:00 AM 11/16/2017 05:00 PM 15 Facility Decommissioning Training Course Argonne National Laboratory is again offering its popular training course "Facility Decommissioning". The Argonne course is considered a must for those looking to understand the full breadth / cross-section of all decommissioning processes. Las Vegas, NV true MM/DD/YYYY

Facility Decommissioning Training Course, ANL (November 13-16, 2017 Las Vegas)

Category: Training

Argonne National Laboratory is again offering its popular training course "Facility Decommissioning". The Argonne course is considered a must for those looking to understand the full breadth / cross-section of all decommissioning processes.

Please visit the Website to Register


http://www.dd.anl.gov/ddtraining/​




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maximize ORAU/ANL Decommissioning Certificate Program - December 31, 2017

Decommissioning Certificate Program

Offered jointly by Argonne National Laboratory (ANL) and Oak Ridge Associated Universities (ORAU)​

Category: Certification

Purpose of the Decommissioning Certificate Program  

To provide a formal means to document that an individual has achieved a baseline level of training in the subject of facility/site decommissioning.

General Requirements

To complete the certificate program, participants must attend two requisite core courses and one additional elective course. They do not need to be taken in any specific order. After the training requirements have been met, it is the responsibility of the participant to contact the ORAU Registrar and request the Decommissioning Certificate. When it has been confirmed by the ORAU Registrar that the requirements have been completed, the individual will be awarded the Decommissioning Certificate. 

At this time, no administrative fees are being imposed for the Certificate. The sole expense to the participant is that associated with attending the courses.

Requisite Courses

Participants must attend the following two core courses:

1. MARSSIM (offered by Oak Ridge Associated Universities).  Information about this course can be obtained at

                http://www.orau.org/busops/ivhp/health-physics/marssim-course.htm

2. Facility Decommissioning (offered by Argonne National Laboratory).  Information about this course can be obtained at

              http://www.dd.anl.gov/ddtraining/index.html

Elective Courses

Participants must attend one elective course from the following:

  •          Any of the RESRAD Workshops (offered by ANL)

                      http://www.evs.anl.gov/resrad/training

  •         Site Characterization Course (offered by ORAU)

                     http://www.orau.org/busops/ivhp/health-physics/hp-courses.htm 

  •         Gamma Spectroscopy Course (offered by ORAU)

                     http://www.orau.org/busops/ivhp/health-physics/hp-courses.htm

Issuance of Decommissioning Certificate

For the Decommissioning Certificate to be issued, the participant must provide the ORAU Registrar (Kristy Pond) with documentation that the training requirements have been met. This documentation could consist of copies of the certificates of completion from the core and elective courses.  If a certificate of completion for one of the ANL courses is unavailable, it would be acceptable to provide the ORAU Registrar with a letter or email from Argonne National Laboratory confirming that the individual attended the course(s). Lacking a certificate of completion for one of the ORAU courses, the participant must be able to provide the Registrar with the specific dates that the course(s) was attended and the attendance must be confirmed by the Registrar.

    Kristy Pond
    ORAU Registrar
    Oak Ridge Associated Universities
    PO Box 117
    Oak Ridge, TN 37831-0117
    Phone: 865 576 3576
    Fax:      865 241 2652                        
    Registrar@orau.org    

Continuing Education Credits

All of the requisite and elective courses have been assigned at least 16 Continuing Education Credits (CECs) by the American Academy of Health Physics.

Contacts

For further information about the program, contact either:

Sarah Roberts                                                   Lawrence E. (Larry) Boing
Associate Director, IEAV                                   Manager, Special Projects  
Oak Ridge Associated Universities                   Argonne National Laboratory
PO Box 117                                                       9700 South Cass Ave/ NE Division
Oak Ridge, TN 37831-0117                              Argonne, IL 60439
Phone: 865 241 8893                                        Phone: 630 252 6729
Fax:      865 241 3494                                       Fax:      630 252 7577                    Sarah.Roberts@orau.org                                  lboing@anl.gov​

 


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