|The Classroom sessions meet in Room 146 of the Environmental Health & Safety Center (Building # 210 on the NCSU campus map http://www.ncsu.edu/campus_map/central.htm) which is located near the corner of Wolf Village Way and Varsity Drive.Limited parking space (C-permit) at the building is usually not available. Parking (W-permit) is more available in the West Lot and West Lot Deck (# 216A). Also, there are two Wolfline bus stops located within less than 5 minutes walking time from the building."||
The Radiological Material Use course is intended for new users who will be working with radioactive materials in the laboratory. Topics covered include: Fundamentals of Radiation, Units, Biological Effects, ALARA, Dosimetry, Dose Limits, Waste Procedures, Forms, Required Postings and Emergency Procedures. This course is approximately four hours in length, with a brief examination at the conclusion. A certificate of completion will be issued to each student.
Due to classroom space restrictions it is very important that you pre register for this training session to ensure that we can reserve a seat for you on the date you wish to attend. Please use the link below, and complete BOTH forms in this section.
All classes are 8:30 am to 12:30 pm
For further details please refer to Section 12: Instruction and Training of the NCSU Radiation Safety Manual.
This course is intended for radiation workers handling x-ray producing devices, excluding diagnostic x-ray. Topics covered include: Fundamentals of Radiation, Units, Biological Effects, ALARA, Dosimetry, Dose Limits, Forms, Required Postings and Emergency Procedures. This course is approximately three hours in length and is required for all users of x-ray producing devices. A certificate of completion will be issued to each student.
All Classes are 9am -12pm
This course is intended for clinicians and staff at CVM/VTH who are involved in operating or overseeing the use of an approved hand held dental device in the care of animals. The course is intended to refresh fundamental concepts and review policies and safety procedures specific to X-ray use at NC State University. It is also designed to present the safety features that must be utilized when operating a hand held dental unit. This course is required every four years and is offered electronically.
Radiation Safety provides courses on Diagnostic X-ray Safety, Portable Nuclear Gauge Safety and other associated topics upon request. Please contact our office for details.