Radiological emergencies can occur in a wide variety of settings and for a multitude of reasons - be it in the context of defence and security, the nuclear industry, radiological medicine, irradiators, the transportation of radioactive materials or as the result of the illicit release of a radiological dispersal device (RDD).
For anyone who is tasked to work with, alongside, or in response to a radiological source, the accuracy with which they are able to measure and monitor levels of ionising radiation is vital.
The impact of radiological events can be significantly reduced through comprehensive emergency response planning, the conducting of structured radiation safety training programmes and experience in using radiological surveying instrumentation.
In this eBook we explore:
When you download one of our eBooks, reports or guides, we may occasionally send you further blog or content offers that we believe you may also find interesting or helpful. We hope that's a reasonable expectation on our behalf and you can choose to opt out or change your preferences at any time.