NV5

Gauge and Industrial X-Ray RSO


Course Title:

Gauge and Industrial X-Ray RSO

Course duration:

This course has duration of 5 days, however, students are free to choose which days and class sessions they wish to attend.

Price:

$1200

Course Summary

Through lectures, hands-on laboratory exercises, and extensive reference materials, this course will give you the technical information and practical experience necessary to ensure that you are well prepared to serve as an RSO on a radioactive materials license limited to sealed sources contained in gauging devices and/or industrial x-ray generating machines.

Tailor This Course With Add-Ons

DOT HAZMAT CERTIFICATION — $200.00

Complete an additional 6 hours on shipping radioactive materials, as required by DOT (49 CFR 172 Subpart H) and NRC (10 CFR 71.5 and 10 CFR 20.1906). This module concludes with an examination, successful completion of which will earn you an additional certificate for 3 years.

Available at these locations: San Diego and Rockville

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Description

Please contact us at AcademyRegistrar@nv5.com with any questions.

Updated course content!

We have offered training for over 20 years to qualify you as a Radiation Safety Officer. In this class, we have crafted the agenda to focus on the radiation safety needs of programs limited to gauging devices containing sealed sources and x-ray generating machines. We provide the technical information and practical experience to ensure that you are well prepared to serve as an RSO on a license or as the responsible person on a x-ray device registration.

Through lectures, hands-on laboratory exercises, and extensive reference materials, this course will give you the technical information and practical experience necessary to ensure that you are well prepared to serve as an RSO and will meet the requirements of the U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission and State Agencies responsible for radioactive materials and radiation-producing machines.

Students complete 24 hours of instruction in the following required subjects: radiation fundamentals, health risks, regulations, licensing, enforcement, external dosimetry, instruments, program management, record keeping, emergency response, and preparing for inspections.

Did You Know?

We have offered RSO training for 35 years! Join the more than 3,500 RSOs who have graduated from our Academy with rave reviews!