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Protecting Yourself During Nuclear Radiological Incidents


If or when a nuclear/radiological incident occurs, what actions should you take. This course will help you understand what the risks are and how to protect yourself, your family, and your co-workers from such an event. Examples of incidents can range from minor to catastrophic and include: auto accident with courier of medical isotopes; radiological dispersal device (aka dirty bomb); radiological exposure device; improvised nuclear device; fire at a location that contains radioactive materials; nuclear power accident, individual collector of radioactive materials; home radioactive material experiment such as the Radioactive Boy Scout incident, etc.

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