U.S. CABINET X-RAY OPERATOR RADIATION SAFETY TRAINING COURSE

Welcome to this unique Radiation Safety training course designed specifically for facilities that own, and for individuals who operate, cabinet x-ray type systems utilized primarily for security checkpoint and threat detection inspection purposes and for use in the food processing and packaging industry, automotive and circuit board manufacturing industries.

If your duties require you to work in or frequent a restricted area routinely and you could potentially be exposed to a source of ionizing radiation like a cabinet x-ray machine; State Radiation Control Agencies require that you receive initial radiation safety training and recommended annual refresher training.

RCE Consulting radiation safety training courses combine the knowledge and 35 years of experience in the industry to address the questions and concerns most cabinet x-ray operators have. Few companies, if any, offer the complete turnkey radiation protection program and training required by all State ionizing radiation regulations, UNTIL NOW !!

Our Cabinet X-Ray radiation safety training courses can be taken at your leisure from your smart phone, your tablet, your laptop or a desktop computer. All you need to access a course is an internet connection and some speakers or headsets to listen.

Easy, safe and secure online payment available using your debit card, credit card or PayPal account. For On-Site training request, simply contact RCE Consulting directly for a quote at our Office at 843-771-9550 or by Mobile at 865-696-9117. You can always email us at rce1020@gmail.com.

ENROLL NOW and LEARN AT YOUR LEISURE

 

Course Content

Lessons Status
1

INTRODUCTION & COURSE OBJECTIVE

2

LESSON 1 - HISTORY OF X-RAYS

3

LESSON 2 - US FDA & STATE RADIATION CONTROL AGENCY

4

LESSON 3 - RADIATION FUNDAMENTALS

5

LESSON 4 - UNITS OF MEASURE

6

LESSON 5 - SOURCES OF RADIATION

7

LESSON 6 - BIOLOGICAL EFFECTS OF RADIATION

8

LESSON 7 - AS LOW AS REASONABLY ACHIEVABLE (ALARA)

9

LESSON 8 - REGULATORY DOSE LIMITS

10

LESSON 9 - SURVEYS & MONITORING

11

LESSON 10 - PRODUCTION OF X-RAYS

12

LESSON 11 - X-RAY MACHINE DESIGN REQUIREMENTS

13

LESSON 12 - OWNER & OPERATOR RESPONSIBILITIES

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