RAD 210 Radiation Emergency Medical Response
This training is geared toward first responders that would transport/treat patients that may be contaminated with radioactive materials. Training audiences include but are not limited to Ambulance/EMS, Emergency Room, Nuclear Medicine, Maintenance/Hospital Security, and any staff who may be involved with patient treatment. Topics covered include, contamination control, contamination vs. exposure, personal protective equipment, decontamination and personal surveys to determine contamination levels.
Course Length: 2 hours
Course Manager: IEMA Division of Nuclear Safety
Registration Information: In Person Training
Target Audience/Discipline: IEMA Division of Nuclear Safety Staff
Scheduled Classes: There are no scheduled dates for this course.
Please note: Applications for courses will be accepted up to 1 day prior to the course date.
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