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About this event

Web site
/ecpe.sph.harvard.…
When
37 Jul 2013
Where
Boston, Massachusetts, United States
Organiser
Harvard School of Public Health
Contact address
J Peter Enrollment
677 Huntington Ave.
Boston
Massachusetts
United States
Tel
617-432-2100
E-mail
contedu@hsph.harvard.edu…

Course

Radiation Safety Officer Training for Laboratory Professionals

This program is specifically designed by Harvard faculty and industry experts to train researchers and laboratory professionals to implement a radiation protection program in the biotechnology, university, hospital, or medical laboratory setting. Participants will learn to utilize the skills necessary to act as a radiation safety officer (RSO), including how to maintain a safe laboratory environment, understand regulatory requirements and expectations, and avoid regulatory compliance problems associated with radiation safety. Participants will gain the full 40 hours often required by the Nuclear Regulatory Commission and Agreement States for licensure.