BASIC RADIATION SAFETY :
Source and nature of ionizing radiation; relevant basic physics; behavior of radioactive isotopes; absorption processes; units of activity and dose; radiation damage to the human body; somatic and hereditary damage; stochastic and deterministic effects; early and late effects; principles of radiation protection; methods of radiation protection (time, distance, shielding); dose limits; safe distance and other protection calculations; gamma containers and tests on them; packaging, labeling and transport; instrumentation and monitoring; emergency procedures and equipment; Radiation Protection Supervisor will also include the requirements for Radiation Protection Supervisors; knowledge and understanding of the requirements to assess doses; carry out hazard assessments; implement contingency plans and emergency procedures; arrangements for the provision of dosimeters and the keeping of dose records.
The minimum required duration of training, which includes both theoretical and practical elements, is:
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The minimum duration for experience prior to or following success in the qualification examination is : Level 1 - 03 months