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Radiation Volunteer Training Classes Available.
A free one-day class is available for volunteers who want to help monitor for contamination after a radiation disaster.Previous radiation headlines.
ProgramsIonizing Radiation Machines (X-ray)
Registration and inspection of devices, such as x-ray machines, which produce ionizing radiation.
Licensing and inspection of facilities, such as hospitals and universities, which use radioactive materials.
Certification of people who operate radiation machines or administer radioactive materials to patients.
Environmental Radiation Programs
Monitoring of Florida's radiological environment, including around the state's five nuclear power reactors; potassium iodide (KI) usage; emergency preparedness training; and response to radiation incidents.
Nonionizing Radiation Machines (Lasers)
Registration of high-power lasers.
Advisory CouncilMeetings of the Advisory Council on Radiation Protection
Cindy Becker, Chief
Bureau of Radiation Control
4052 Bald Cypress Way, Bin #C21
Tallahassee, FL 32399-1741
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