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.

Patient scanned on CT scanner with one technician operating the machine and another making notes
20 June 2017

In collaboration with the medical sector, we have produced a Radiation Protection of the Patient (RPOP) Module to increase understanding of the radiation safety aspects of medical imaging.

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