Radiation Safety Training Online
RDC now offers Radiation Safety Training.
Radiation Detection Company is now a one-stop shop for all your dosimetry needs.
We created our all-new Radiation Safety Training because we know radiation safety doesn’t stop at wearing x-ray badges.
The RDC course is designed to meet the NRC guidelines as set out in the Code of Federal Regulations, so you can rest assured your knowledge will meet government standards.
Want to know what you should know? Download our FREE Knowledge Checklist (PDF) to find out what the NRC wants you to know — as well as what the RDC course will teach you.
Stay up to date on your required training.
The NRC requires licensees to provide training at least once every year. With the RDC Basic Radiation Safety Training, you don’t have to remember to renew your training. Our course is an annual subscription, so you will get yearly reminders to brush up on your knowledge.
“Licensees shall develop, document, and implement a radiation protection program commensurate with the scope and extent of licensed activities” and “periodically (at least annually) review the radiation protection program content and implementation.”United States Nuclear Regulatory Commission – Code of Federal Regulations – Title 10, Section 20 – Subsection 1101.
This means you must complete relevant training, even if you don’t work directly with radioactive sources*. The RDC training will be just what you need to get up to speed.
Prove compliance at your next inspection.
Once you complete the training, you will receive a personalized certificate.
This certificate should be printed in order to prove compliance at your next inspection.
Start your Radiation Safety Training today!
Head on over to the Radetco Store to purchase the training for yourself or an employee. Then, register and confirm your email address. After that, you’ll be able to begin your training!
Have other questions?
Visit the RDC Knowledge Library to find answers to our most frequently asked questions. Our Customer Care team would also be happy to assist you with anything you might need.
*You may also find the following sections of the Code of Federal Regulations useful: Section 19, Subsection 12 and Section 39, Subsection 61.