This course will cover how to reduce your radiation exposure, some good work practices you can use in the laboratory to minimize the chance of spreading contamination and to minimize the chance of contaminating yourself. We'll talk about radiation safety instruments and how they should be used, and also accidents in the laboratory, and specifically skin contamination or spills, and how to deal with them.
Course Instructor: Dr. P. Andrew Karam
Since 1981 I have worked primarily in areas related to radiation safety; as a radiation safety professional, a scientist and professor, a consultant, or an instructor. I am also a writer, with over 200 encyclopedia articles and several books in print, and an 8-book series (Controversies in Science, Facts on File) in the works - not to mention my scientific and technical writing (6 book chapters, a number of refereed papers, over 100 scientific presentations, several hundred encyclopedia articles, fact sheets, and over 100 technical articles and editorials in scientific and technical journals and newsletters).
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