Course: Radiological Emergencies

Catalog Number: 10624132

PREREQUISITES: 10624110 Nuclear Technology and Regulations, 10624105 Health Physics Calculations and Statistics and 10624114 Nuclear Systems and Sources

Credits: 2.00

Description: 
...prepares the learner to understand a radiological emergency within the commercial nuclear power industry and explain how it is prevented, mitigated, and the proper preparations should an emergency occur. A radiological emergency is displaced radioactive substances in solid, liquid, or gaseous form in amounts which may result in doses to plant workers, plant equipment, the environment, or the public, that exceed company, state, and federal limits or regulations. Post-accident actions will be described as well as company, state, and federal regulations on radioactive releases and doses.

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Spring 2018   01/22/2018 TO 05/11/2018
Summer 2018   06/04/2018 TO 08/17/2018
Fall 2018   08/27/2018 TO 12/21/2018

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