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This course is designed for those who intend to become Radiation Safety Officers and who desire the highest level of training the industry has to offer. Based on NUREG 1556, this course meets all requirements of the NRC and Agreement States for RSO training. Upon completion, attendees receive a certificate for application to the appropriate licensing agency.
This course is designed for active RSOs who have previously taken a 40-hour class to keep up on the constant changes in Radiation Protection Standards. Based on NUREG 1556, this fast-paced class gives an in-depth review of the principles of radiation safety including dose limits, required ALARA programs, record keeping, compliance, and training plant personnel. We recommend attending a review every two to three years. 16 hours
The purpose of this 8-hour class is to provide an in-depth understanding of ionizing radiation and safety practices. This course is designed for people who work closely with the Radiation Safety Officer and whose duties include leak tests, surveys, safety lockouts, etc.
This class explores the advanced features of PACTware, focusing primarily on special parameters and advanced troubleshooting. The Basic PACTware training is a prerequisite to this class.
This class educates end-users on commissioning, troubleshooting, calibrating, and performing data collects on VEGA instruments. Students will be able to configure a 4... 20mA VEGA radar sensor, set up the 0% and 100% points, configure the PLICSCOM display, set up the failure mode, optimize the sensor for the application, and suppress false signals.
This class is designed to teach users how to configure their nuclear gauges using PACTware and PLICSCOM to set up level and density gauges so they can start up or troubleshoot their equipment. 8 hours for Level training 8 hours for Density training 16 hours for both Leven and Density