Professionals who have some radiation safety job responsibilities may be interested in a one-time radiation safety course offered by the UW Environmental and Occupational Health Services Continuing Education Programs.
Please note that this course does not meet the requirements of EH&S radiation safety training. For more information about EH&S's free online and classroom radiation safety courses, please visit our Training page.
Radiation Safety: Principles, Practice, and Emerging Issues
March 19-20, 2018 | UW Medicine South Lake Union
This 2-day course is designed to give participants the opportunity to review the principles of radiation protection (ionizing and non-ionizing), regulations and recordkeeping requirements, and discuss the science of health risk and recommended safety practices for emerging sources of radiation. Industry case studies and an interactive instrumentation lab will reinforce principles of radiation safety and give participants an opportunity to learn more about best practices for monitoring and to interact with other professionals who have successfully implemented controls in their workplaces.
The American Academy of Health Physics has approved a maximum of 16 CEC for this activity. Approved course ID: 2018-03-001
Register for one or both days of training
- Online: https://osha.washington.edu/professional-development/course/rad-03192018
- Or by contacting the UW DEOHS Continuing Education Programs at firstname.lastname@example.org or 206-685-3089.
Special discounts available for UW employees and students! $50 off registration for employees, 50% off for students.