Training: Industrial Irradiator Operator
The objective of the Industrial Irradiator Operator course is to prepare participants to become licensed irradiator operators.
This course is primarily intended for participants who are designated to become licensed operators of irradiation facilities. It is also appropriate for facility managers, Radiation Safety Officers and regulatory officials.
Frequency and Duration
This one week course is usually offered once or twice a year and requires a minimum of five participants.
- Review of Radiation Safety
- Types of Irradiators and their Use
- Irradiator Components
- Safety Systems and Features
- Machine Operation
- Maintenance Room
- Organization and tools required
- Machine Maintenance
- Equipment Room
- Control Room Organization
- Emergency Procedures
- Record Keeping
- PLC Operation
- Product Tracking System
- Personnel Dosimetry
- Operator Responsibilities
- Visitor Procedures
- Source Loading
- Theory, operator preparation and involvement
- Canadian Irradiation Center ( Laval )
- Basic Industrial Irradiation Dosimetry Course
- NORTRACK Computer System
Access our state-of-the-art facility for precision and scale, uniformity, and world-class expertise in dosimetry, calibration and precise dose delivery of gamma.
Come to our first-class physicists and chemists with a challenging material, and you’ll walk away with a process that allows for gamma sterilization.
Leverage the gamma experts at one of the world’s most sophisticated gamma processing facilities and receive high-value hands-on irradiator training experience.More