Radiation Safety Engineering, Inc. offers a variety of training courses for users of both ionizing and nonionizing radiation. In addition to the courses listed below, we also offer DOT Hazmat training for workers who ship or receive radioactive materials and require this training. These courses are offered based on demand.
The single day (eight hour) Radiation Safety Short Course is intended for industrial users of radioactive materials and radiation producing equipment. The short course meets the Arizona Department of Health Services Bureau of
Radiation Control training requirements for users of radioactive materials and for performance of sealed source leak checks on industrial sources. The short course is also approved by the Mine Safety and Health Administration. Click here for additional info & registration.
Radiation Safety Officer Course – Classroom or Online (new!)
The 40 hour Radiation Safety Officer course is intended for prospective Radiation Safety Officers. Once completing the course, attendees will have the skills to effectively run a radiation safety program. The RSO course includes the required DOT training for the transportation of radioactive materials and contains several laboratories on radiation measurements and instrumentation. The course is an intensive four+ day program. Click here for additional info & registration.
This is a full semester course offered through the Ira Fulton School of Engineering at ASU. Topics include sources, characteristics of radiations, dosimetry, shielding and measurement techniques for cosmogenic, terrestrial and anthropogenic radiation. Ionizing and non-ionizing radiation theory. Philosophy of radiation protection. Instrumentation, detectors and environmental monitoring. Prerequisites: college chemistry, differential equations, university physics. Click here for additional info.
The DOT Hazmat Course covers the requirements for shipping and receiving hazardous quantities of radioactive materials, both by air and general freight. The course covers the new definition of radioactive materials that are considered hazardous for transportation, types of packages, proper shipping names, labeling, the completion of shipping manifests, and emergency response. Click here for additional info & registration.