Brisbane Course Dates

Date: COVID-19 Distance Mode - Available Every Day
$500.00 per person
Attendees:

 

Accreditation

This learning program is designed to meet the requirements for a Radiation Transport license from Queensland Radiation Health.

Duration

Individual, self paced via workbooks and practical in our office - approximately half a day.

Also available as a half day group training session at your venue or at our office. Call or email for a custom proposal.

Objective

This learning program is designed to meet the criteria for a "Use" license under the Queensland Radiation Safety Act 1999 for persons transporting radioactive materials, excluding: Fissile materials, Bulk LCA and Enhanced Security Sources. The course covers radiation safety issues related to typical transport situations for both sealed and unsealed, isotopes and a wide variety of activities transported in the fields of biology, biochemistry, pathology, nuclear medicine, industrial gauges, soil moisture gauges, borehole logging and industrial radiography sources.

The learning program is practical in nature; participants will be involved in a number of small group workshops and discussions centred on concepts and problems useful to transport practices. Topics include:

  • Basics of radiation physics
  • Units
  • Biological effects and measuring risk
  • Identification and control of internal and external hazards
  • Packaging requirements
  • Placarding
  • Transport paperwork
  • Incident management

Assessment for the course is competency based. The assessment includes short answer questions and the evaluation of practical transport scenarios. All questions must be answered correctly to achieve competency.

Delivery

Individual, self paced via workbooks and practical in our office.

Also available on request as group class room based delivery at our venue, or delivered specifically for clients at their venue and contextualised to the client’s specific systems. Call or email for a custom proposal.