Ionizing Radiation Safety

Ionizing Radiation Safety & Waste Disposal ]

 

Aim

The purpose of this module is to provide basic information and practical guidance on working conditions that:

  1. conform with existing legislation
  2. conform with City University Guidelines
  3. will lead to higher standards of safety for all personnel engaged in the use of radioactive materials and irradiating apparatus.
Do you know that City University has a Radiation Safety Programme?

City University employees and students using radiation materials or irradiating apparatus must comform to the CityU Radiation Safety Guidelines (RP001).

Access RP001 and find out how to register as a user of radiation materials or irradiating apparatus. (hint: look though the appendices)

What are your responsibilities with respect to radiation work? (find out in RP001)

 

 

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