This hands-on course trains staff who supervise operations with dispersible radioactive substances (open sources) at D-level radionuclide laboratories, with a maximum radioactivity of 0.2 Reinh.
Are you not in a supervisory role, but do you work with radioactive substances in dispersible form? Then this course is also very suitable for you! This course then counts as the mandatory instruction focused on the radiation risks of the working environment.
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The RPO DRS-D course consists of 7 contact days including the exam, in which the following working methods are applied:
If you want to refresh your knowledge, sign up for a mathematics refresher course. This course takes two mornings, after which you will be ready to become a radiation protection officer.
Besides contact hours, you will spend about 32 hours on self-study.
The course adheres to the standards of the course as set by the Dutch government. These standards can be found in Appendix 5.2, section E-3 of the “Regeling basisveiligheidsnormen stralingsbescherming (Rbs) [Dutch law]