Initial and annual refresher radiation safety training is required for individuals who will be working with radioactive material at Vanderbilt University or Medical Center. The initial radiation safety training consists of two parts.
Please send questions about radioactive material safety training to email@example.com.
Radioactive Material Safety Training Requirements
Initial Radiation Safety Training
Part 1: General Radioactive Material Safety Course (classroom lecture)
This course covers radiation principles and basic radiation safety practices in an in-class setting; this course must be completed prior to taking Part 2, Vanderbilt Radiation Safety Orientation Training. Use this form to register. If you have problems with the form, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Note: If you completed a basic radiation safety class prior to coming to Vanderbilt and can provide documentation of this training, you may be exempt from Part 1 training. Send training documentation to email@example.com.
Part 2: Vanderbilt Radioactive Material Safety Orientation (online)
This course covers the safe practices and policies for radioactive material users at Vanderbilt University and Medical Center. This training is assigned online after you have met the Part 1 Initial Radiation Safety Training requirements.
Annual Radioactive Materials Safety Training (refresher training)
If it has been eleven months or more since your initial radiation safety training, you must complete the annual refresher training. This training is available online, and is assigned each year in July. Alternatively, to self-enroll in this course, log into the Medical Center Learning Exchange OR University's Oracle Learning and search for the course title.
Radiation Safety Policy and Reference Materials
- The Vanderbilt Radiation Safety Manuals include all Vanderbilt radioactive material safety training policies and requirements.
- The Radiation Safety Reference Manual is a useful resource for individuals working with radioactive material.
Course Training Schedule