Training Courses

RMA 110 Radiochemistry Laboratory Emergency Transition

This training is conducted to prepare the radiochemistry laboratory and staff to safely and efficiently transition from a routine analytical process to an emergency response posture.  Highlighted in this training will be increases in radioactivity concentration of sample submissions, increased quantity, and variety of matrices.  Elimination of non-essential materials, configuration of workspaces, sample monitoring, personnel monitoring, and contamination control are presented.

Course Length: 4 hours

Course Manager: IEMA OHS Office of Nuclear Safety

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Registration Information: IEMA OHS Office of Nuclear Safety

Prerequisite: RMA 105

Target Audience/Discipline: Office 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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