Dispersible radioactive materials - B
The training meets the final objectives for the Supervisory Radiation Protection Employee in case of applications of dispersible radioactive materials at level B (VRS-B), as meant in Annex 5.2, Section E-1 of the Regulation on Basic Safety Standards Radiation Protection.
The course provides the required training for Radiation Protection Officer for dispersible radioactive materials, level B (RPO VRS-B) and overlaps to a large extent with the former Level 3 training. The RPO VRS-B supervises applications with an activity of up to 2000 Reing.
After successful completion, the RPO VRS-B has the following skills:
- He supervises the application for which he is responsible, he enforces the relevant laws and regulations in the field of ionizing radiation, and he gives advice to the employees.
- He contributes to an adequate handling of an unintended event or incident.
- He actively improves his own expertise through further training, and that of others for whom he is responsible by providing information and instructions.
- He possesses knowledge, skills, attitudes and competences relating to dispersible radioactive materials.
The training for RPO VRS-B is identical to that for Radiation Protection Expert (RPE). However, the RPO VRS-B does not have to register to perform his function.
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