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Biological Research Safety - Training

Radiation Safety Training

Radiation Safety 40 Hour (new employee)

The PI/Supervisor will need to complete the online format or the downloaded format of the Radiation Safety Checklist, Supervisor’s Information and Completion Form (note: send hard copy or email completed form to Radiation Safety Officer (RSO) when training is complete)

Trainee: The following training does not have to be taken in five consecutive days. Discuss the timetable with the PI/Supervisor you will be working with. If you have questions at any time throughout the training period and afterwards bring them to the attention of your PI/Supervisor or the RSO.

Day 1

Day 2

Day 3-4

Day 5

  • Observation by Radiation Safety Officer (RSO) and PI/Supervisor or other person that they designate of dry run of radiological procedure using non-radiological materials, note: make arrangements with RSO at least one week prior
  • Observation by Radiation Safety Officer (RSO) and PI/Supervisor or other person that they designate of actual run of radiological procedure, note: make arrangements with RSO at least one week prior

Radiation Safety (annual refresher)

PI/Supervisor may need to complete the Radiation Safety form online or print the Radiation Safety Checklist, Supervisor’s Information and Completion form (note: send copy to RSO (Radiation Safety Officer) when training is complete.) It is only necessary to complete the checklist if any of the issues or responsibilities contained on the checklist have changed in the trainees job assignment since the last training.

Trainee: If you have questions at any time throughout the training period and afterwards bring them to the attention of your PI/Supervisor or the RSO.

Radiation Safety Training Quiz based on any of the information studied thus far including power point presentation

Radiation Training for Ancillary Personnel (only required initially)

This training is for those whose duties may require them to work in the vicinity of radioactive material (whether escorted or not).

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