Radiation Safety

Radiation Safety

Only $24.95

Faculty: Donna L Atherton RN, MSN, NP and Carol Pierini MA

Successful Completion: Complete entire module, complete the exam with a passing score of 80% or better, and complete the evaluation form
Estimated Time to Complete Activity: 60 minutes
System Requirements
CEUs: HIPAA Exams is authorized by IACET to offer 0.1 CEUs for this program.

OVERVIEW

The purpose of this self-study training module is to broaden your knowledge of radiation safety to enable you to identify hazards associated with nuclear facilities in order to take appropriate protective measures.


Course includes a video and audio component with stand-alone exam.

LEARNING OBJECTIVES

  • Recognize potential radiation hazards in the workplace
  • Determine the risk of handling radiation materials
  • Recall the regulatory safety standards to minimize exposure to sources of radiation
  • Identify personal protective measure to take to avoid radiation exposure

CONTENT

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Commonly referred to as: Radiation Safety for Clinical Health Care Industry Representatives

Radiation Safety

Table of Contents:

  • Radiation Safety
  • Legal Notice
  • Purpose and Learning Objectives
  • Radiation
  • Nuclear Regulatory Commission
  • Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA)
  • Hazards Associated with NRC-Licensed Facilities
  • Types of Radiation
  • Ionizing Radiation
  • Non-Ionizing Radiation
  • Sources of Ionizing Radiation Exposure
  • Handling Radiation Materials
  • Know the Radiation Warning Symbols
  • Safe Handling of Ionization Radiation Materials
  • Personal Protection
  • Low-Level Waste Disposal
  • Radiation Emergency Procedures
  • Notification of Radiation Incidents
  • Employee Responsibilities to Ensure Radiation Safety in the Workplace
  • End of Course Exam

Course Content Example 1:

Radiation


The Occupational Safety & Health Administration (OSHA) defines radiation as energy traveling through space and includes alpha rays, beta rays, gamma rays, x-rays, neutrons, high-speed electrons, high speed protons, and other atomic particles.


If not properly controlled, radiation can be hazardous to the health of employees in a workplace


Two agencies provide guidelines for worker protection at nuclear facilities in the U.S.

  • The U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission (NRC)
  • The Occupational Safety & Health Administration (OSHA)

Course Content Example 2:

Types of Radiation: A Physics Lesson


Living tissue is 70% to 90% water by weight. The dividing line between radiation that excites electrons and radiation that forms ions is equal to the ionization of water.


Two things happen when radiation is absorbed by matter: Excitation or Ionization

  • Non-Ionizing radiation carries less energy – can only excite or move the water molecule
  • Ionizing Radiation carries more energy and can remove an electron from a water molecule
  • Both types of radiation can pose a considerable health risk to exposed workers if not properly controlled

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FEATURES

  • Instant Certificate Of Completion Printing Upon Successful Completion Of Radiation Safety
  • Free Retakes on Exam Until You Pass
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