40 Hour Radiation Safety Class
40 hour radiation safety course that meets the requirements of U.S.NRC and Agreement State Regulations and the U.S. Department of Transportation Title 49 CFR, Part 172.704, is necessary for individuals to work as an industrial radiographer, or as an assistant industrial radiographer.
The course will cover 10 CFR 34 Definitions, Radiation Characteristics, Exposure Devices, Agreement/Non‐Agreement States, Radiation Detection, Inverse Square Law, Emergencies and Case Histories.
The individual can be employed with any contractor that performs industrial radiography in any number of settings, i.e.: power plants, refineries, pulp and paper.
Lecture - 35 hours
Lab - 5 hours
Total - 40 hours
The student must pass with a composite score of at least 70% to be awarded a certificate of completion. Upon successful completion of the course, the student will have met the requirements of U.S.NRC and Agreement State Regulations and the U.S. Department of Transportation Title 49 CFR, Part 172.704. Any prior education or training must be evaluated before any credit would be applied to this course.
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