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Hospital Emergency Room Planning for Management of Radiation Incidents
A Two-Day Course Designed to Prepare Health Care Facilities and Health Care Works for the Management of Radiation Incidents and Accidents
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| Who Should Attend|
All emergency room personnel including doctors, nurses, hospital technicians and support staff. This would also include all personnel that would have direct and immediate contact with incoming patients and first responders.
Key Topics You'll Learn About
You'll learn the ABCs of establishing a radiation incident plan and how to setup and manage a Radiation Emergency Incident at a health care facility. You'll also learn about the general guidelines for planning a response for various accident scenarios such as industrial and medical radiation incidents, transportation accidents, releases from fixed nuclear facilities and malicious / terrorist activities. Additionally, this course will provide you with facility preparation and planning and provide you with planning for control of radioactive contamination at all health care facilities.
How You'll Benefit from this Course
Program Agenda [2 Day Course] *All courses are taught from 8:30 am to 4:00 pm each day
Cost for this course is $995.00 [U.S.] with All Proceeds going to the Radiochemistry Society.
Pre-Registration for Course
This course is scheduled on a "need & demand" basis. You can pre-register for the course and select a preferred date & location which will allow us to assemble the schedule per the individual needs of our Students. (No payment info required)
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