Basic Radiation Safety (BRS) Training
What is Basic Radiation Safety (BRS)?
Basic Radiation Safety (BRS) is a qualification that demonstrates that the person holding the qualification has been adequately trained in the hazards associated with ionizing radiations, in the precautions to be taken when employing ionising radiation, and in the methods of protection. Basic Radiation Safety (BRS) covers awareness of the content of any special requirements for permanent facility or site operations and the importance of complying with these requirements. It also covers possible accident or emergency situations that can occur and the actions to be taken in the event that they do.
Basic Radiation Safety (BRS) Training Objectives:
This Basic Radiation Safety (BRS) training course will provide theory lectures and practical training to provide the candidate with full understanding of Radiography and biological effects of radiations. The course will encourage group discussions around practical problems and provide field expertise on how to resolve them. At the end of this course the candidate will understand radiography radiations and its impact on health & environment.
Qualified to set up and calibrate radiation safety equipment and use radiation safety equipment to measure radiation doses and take precautionary measures. Should be familiar with biological effects of radiations and take preventive measures.
Non Destructive Testing (NDT) Training Course Outline:
Basic Radiation Safety (BRS) – Theory and Practice
Duration : 24 Hours (3 Days) with following topics for each day
- Introduction of Radiography
- Radiation Theory
- Radiation Theory – Continue
- Biological Effects
- Safe Use of Radiation
- Safe Use of Radiations – Continue
- Radiation Safety Equipment
Who Should Attend:
- High school Grade 12 or equivalent and min. work experience of 70 Hours
- Diploma Engineer or equivalent and min. work experience of 70 Hours
- Degree Engineer and experience is not mandatory.
- Theory and practical will taught by certified ASNT L-III
- Course is structured according to SNT-TC-1A
- This course consists of modules that include both classroom lectures and handout training.
- Course materials include visual aids and student handouts.
- A certificate will be issued upon successful performance of the examination
- The Candidate should have a minimum of High-school level education.
- Near vision Acuity and Color Contrast Differentiation should be performed annually (Section 8.2 of SNT- TC-1A, 2009).
- The examination will be in accordance with ASNT Std. SNT-TC-1A by ASNT Level III Professional.
- Candidates are encouraged to bring an electronic calculator. Programmable calculators are permitted as long as it does not have an alphanumeric keyboard. No other books, paper, or charts will be allowed.
- Candidates are permitted to use a translation dictionary. No electronic dictionaries will be allowed.
- Course syllabus may get change and/or modified to cover all necessary aspects of the technique if deem necessary;
- We can tailor the Non Destructive Testing (NDT) training syllabus to satisfy the requirements of an individual Company’s specific written practice if requested;
- Company may need to arrange Non Destructive Testing (NDT) training equipment for practical training.