Radiation Protection Supervisor (RPS) course
2 day course
This is an online version of Ionactive's signature 2-day RPS training course. It is suitable for any user of ionising radiation who needs to be appointed as a Radiation Protection Supervisor. It covers sealed and unsealed radioactive sources, x-ray generators and the latest safety standards and practices. Completing this course will ensure your employer meets the requirements of the Ionising Radiations Regulations 2017 (IRR17). This course can be taken over 2-days, or over any number days / weeks - course progress is totally flexible based on delegate preferences. Recent delegates include: NHS & private medical (X-ray diagnostics, radiotherapy, nuclear medicine), security industry, ports and airport security, general industry (quality assurance, material detection), oil and gas, food and drink inspection, industrial sterilization, research and development and government departments.
Radioactive Substances and Waste - Environmental Compliance Course
1 day course
This one day course is suitable for the RPS who wants a more in-depth study of the environmental aspects of radioactive substance regulation and compliance. It's a potential 'bolt-on' to our flagship RPS training course (particularly for matters outside of IRR17). Also suitable for environmental managers, radioactive waste advisers, laboratory designers, waste disposal contractors and university RPOs who need a refresher.
Online Radiation Protection Officer (RPO) Training Course
4 day course
Having delivered RPO courses in the Gulf States for many years, we now bring this international course online and open it up to the world. The course is based on IAEA General Safety Requirements Part 3 (No. GSR Part 3) - "Radiation Protection and Safety of Radiation Sources: International Basic Safety Standards". This course is suitable for all users of ionising radiation,
Radiation Safety Awareness: X-ray quality assurance systems in the food industry course
This short course is suitable for quality assurance, engineering and supervisory roles within the food industry. It's perfect as an introduction to radiation safety awareness, as well as a refresher on the latest safety standards and practices. Completing this course will ensure your employer meets the requirements of the Ionising Radiations Regulations 2017 (IRR17).