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Basic Ionizing Radiation Measurements Course.
NIOSH 1972 Aug:125 pages
A course is developed in response to the training requirements implicit in the Occupational Safety and Health Act of 1970. It consists of a basic program of instruction in protection from radiation. Course content includes lesson plans, lecture outlines, and laboratory exercises for a series of five lectures and two laboratory sessions. The material is suitable for presentation at the two-year college level. Specific lecture and laboratory session titles are: review of pertinent atomic and nuclear physics, uses of radiation, basic protection, nature of radiation, radiation quantities and units, radiation detection instruments and methods, and applied radiation measurements. (Contract No HSM-99-72-55)
Contract-099-72-0055; NIOSH-Publication; Ionizing-radiation; Radiation-protection; Training; Education; Analytical-methods; Legislation; Safety-education;
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NIOSH, Cincinnati, Ohio
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Content source: National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health Education and Information Division