Radiation Protection Supervisors
Why attend the Radiation Protection Supervisors Training?
The Radiation Employer has a responsibility to restrict exposures to all staff working with or near an X-ray device. The Todd Research Postal X-ray Scanner, as a source of X-rays, is subject to the Ionising Radiations Regulations 1999 (IRR99) for the protection of persons in the workplace, even though the equipment is built to a high standard for optimal protection of security staff when operating the device.
To ensure robust management of radiation safety, it is prudent to appoint one or more individuals as Radiation Protection Supervisor (RPS), to be the focal point for radiological protection and ensure compliance with the IRR99 and other regulations listed in the Appendix below. There is a statutory basis for appointing an RPS.
What will I learn on Radiation Protection Supervisors Training?
As the RPS you receive formal training in your duties and a good appreciation of the radiation risk. The training is pitched at a suitable level for those new to the subject, focusing on practical measures for protecting operators & staff. It includes:
What if I attend Radiation Protection Supervisors Training?
You can rest assured that you understand and are able to implement best practice in order to demonstrate that your organisation has taken all reasonable precautions to protect the welfare of your operators and employees.
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