Advanced Contamination Monitoring

1 Day Training

This course is designed to give attendees a more in depth look at achieving the performance standards provided by INPO, ANI, and EPRI with regard to personnel and object contamination monitoring. Several advanced tools and data gathering-analysis methods will be presented in regard to alarm testing, radon progeny rejection tuning, passive monitoring, and self-shielding corrections. Bring your questions for discussion and send your questions to me prior to the conference, if you get a chance, so we can make sure we get to address all your questions. Bringing a laptop is encouraged so we can put those tools to use for training and analysis.

Who should attend

Technologists and supervisory personnel who are responsible for personnel or object contamination monitoring using any of the Mirion® contamination monitoring systems would benefit from attending this training seminar. Attendees should have a basic understanding of contamination monitoring systems and programs.

How you will benefit

This course is designed to start you on the next level of understanding of maintenance, upgrades and how to understand and implement the industry guidance documents as well as perform and evaluate advanced concepts.

Prerequisites

Attending the Basic Contamination Monitors course or experience with the use, calibration and troubleshooting.

Course content

  • Advanced considerations for calibration and optimization
  • Alpha, Beta and Gamma Calibration for optimal performance
  • Standards and guidance for calibration
  • Alarm Setting Strategies
  • Detector Zone and Sum Zone Usage
  • Minimizing Count Times with Maximum Sensitivity
  • Alarm Testing Methodologies-Quality Assurance
  • Extending alarm testing frequency and documentation
  • Using Representative Plant Smears
  • INPO, EPRI and ANI Guidance
  • Passing INPO Performance Tests RP 1-4 How To
  • Passive Monitoring: What is it? How do you do it? How do you satisfy ANI?
  • Radon Progeny Rejection Settings and Experience
  • Personnel Monitoring Results: Clean and Contaminated
  • System backup and restoration
  • Software and computer updates

Date: Tuesday, July 30, 2019 
Cost:
 $750

1 Day Training