Training

Landscape photo of a small tropical island in the Marshall Islands covered in lush green palm trees, surrounded by white sand and clear pale blue-green water. In the background there is a strip of dark blue ocean leading to the horizon and cloudy blue sky
9 November 2021

The Australian Radiation Protection and Nuclear Safety Agency has partnered with the Republic of the Marshall Islands (RMI) government to support the development of a sovereign radiation monitoring capability in the region.

Occupational Radiation Exposure training image of a computer screen with a cartoon person standing in front of a door marked with a radiation hazard
7 April 2021

ARPANSA has developed free Occupational Radiation Exposure (ORE) training for all people working in medical facilities that use ionising radiation. This includes hospitals and clinics that use X-rays, computed tomography (CT) scans or nuclear medicine.  

Long shot of medical personnel in a hospital coridoor
18 May 2020

We've developed free online Occupational Radiation Exposure (ORE) material for all people working in medical facilities that use ionising radiation, for example, X-rays and CT nuclear medicine.

Close-up of three students writing on pieces of paper.
20 June 2017

Any person who uses a source or facility must have appropriate training in radiation safety. To assist licence holders comply with this condition we recognise radiation safety courses approved by the state and territory regulators.

A patient being scanned on a CT scanner with one technician operating the machine and another making notes on a clipboard.
20 June 2017

ARPANSA in collaboration with the medical sector has produced a Radiation Protection of the Patient (RPOP) Module to increase understanding of the radiation safety aspects of medical imaging.

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