Are you required to make decisions and provide advice on the selection, use and testing of radiation monitoring equipment? If so, take a look at our RPTS "Selection, Use and Testing of Radiological Protection Instrumentation" course.
Selection, Use and Testing of Radiological Protection Instrumentation course
Are you required to make decisions and provide advice on the selection, use and testing of radiation monitoring equipment? Our "Selection, Use and Testing of Radiological Protection Instrumentation" course is aimed at everyone with responsibility for advising on the selection of radiation monitoring equipment, for ensuring that instruments are examined and tested in accordance with statutory requirements, and for advising on the use of that equipment. See full course details
The course provides:
Students with sufficient knowledge to help them select appropriate instrumentation as well as give sound advice on its use for any given monitoring task.
An awareness of the regulatory requirements as well as national and international standards relating to radiological protection instrumentation.
An understanding of the operation and limitations of radiation protection instrumentation.
Training courses can be created individually and delivered to meet your schedule. This approach is particularly effective for a large number of students or where discussion on company-specific issues or where onsite training is required. All custom courses are certificated and include short exams where needed.
Independent final site-surveys of areas to be de-licensed
We act as specialist consultants to UK regulators and perform independent analysis of final site surveys for areas to be de-licensed. We examine the licensee's methodology and provide analysis of the licence holder's data. We also conduct our own independent confirmatory surveys.
We were involved in the process that enabled the first site in the United Kingdom to be granted a variation in license based upon the Data Quality Objective (DQO) methodology. The validation of the assumptions made using these methods were analysed, as were the conclusions drawn by the license holder. We presented our independent sample and measurement results to the UK regulators along with comparisons with the license holder's results.