Presentation Summary : Four Primary Types of Ionizing Radiation: Alpha Particles Alpha Particles: 2 neutrons and 2 protons They travel short distances, have large mass
Source : http://www.umt.edu/media/research/eh/Materials/Radioactive/primarytypes.ppt
Presentation Summary : Radiation, Conduction, Convection An Introduction to Heat Transfer What is Heat? Heat A. Heat is the transfer of thermal energy from one object to another.
Source : http://everhartmathscience.wikispaces.com/file/view/Radiation,+Conduction,+Convection%5B1%5D.ppt
Presentation Summary : Title: Radiation Detection Principles and Instruments Author: SCANA USER Last modified by: Peggy Hines IRSC Created Date: 9/13/2004 12:06:58 PM Document presentation ...
Source : http://www.gonuke.org/acad/Radiaton%20Detection%20Principles%20and%20Instruments.ppt
Presentation Summary : Radiation “Awareness” Objectives To increase public understanding of radiation and radioactivity To provide basic radiation-science information for use by science ...
Source : http://hps.org/sciencesupport/documents/RadiationAwareness.ppt
Presentation Summary : What is Radiation? Health Physics Society - Power Reactor Section Radiation Science Education Outline Ionizing & Non-Ionizing Photons & Particles Stable & Unstable ...
Source : http://hps.org/documents/radiationplain.ppt
Presentation Summary : Fluoroscopic Radiation Safety Patient and Occupational Safety Michael J. Bohan, YNHH Radiation Safety Officer (203) 688-2950 or email@example.com
Source : https://transact.med.yale.edu/cme/Online_Courses/Documents/YNHH/Fluoroscopy_Safety_FINAL.ppt
Presentation Summary : How Radiation Affects Cells. Radiation is defined by the Radiation Effects Research Foundation as a small particle with kinetic energy that is radiated or transmitted ...
Source : http://www.asrt.org/docs/default-source/publications/occupational_radiation_safety.pptx?sfvrsn=4
Presentation Summary : Title: RADIATION DETECTION, MONITORING DEVICES AND THEIR USES Author: Dr Istvan Turai & Dr Bengul Gunalp Last modified by: GILLER, Herbert Created Date
Source : http://www-pub.iaea.org/MTCD/publications/PDF/eprmedt/Day_1/Day_1-5.pps
Presentation Summary : OSHA REGULATION FOR RF RADIATION EXPOSURE Bob Curtis US OSHA Directorate of Technical Support Current OSHA RF Standards General Industries (1910.97) 10 mW/cm2, 6 min ...
Source : https://www.osha.gov/dte/library/radiation/rfradiation/rfradiation.ppt
Presentation Summary : Radiation Protection in Radiotherapy Part 8 Occupational Exposure Occupational Exposure (Fundamentals, IAEA Safety Series N0 120, 1996) “All exposures of workers ...
Source : https://rpop.iaea.org/RPOP/RPoP/Content/Documents/TrainingRadiotherapy/Lectures/RT08_Occupational_Exposure_WEB.ppt
Presentation Summary : Radiation-induced carcinogenesis Effect of Ionizing radiation Electromagnetic radiation (such as X- and gamma rays) are indirect ionizing radiation which deposits ...
Source : http://www.biologyofcancer.org/Lecture%2026.ppt
Presentation Summary : Radiation Safety Training for Use of Radioactive Materials. Welcome to Purdue University’s online radiation safety training for use of radioactive materials.
Source : http://www.purdue.edu/rem/rs/irstfuorm.ppsx
Presentation Summary : Radiation Safety * * * * The eyes are very susceptible to ultraviolet light. It is necessary to choose a correct safety glass if you are using laser as example in ...
Source : http://teachers.mapsnet.org/Portals/13/Radiation%20Presentation4.ppt
Presentation Summary : Radiation. Which waves have more energy: shorter or longer? Shorter waves have more energy, longer waves have less. (think: shaking a rope, wave pool)
Source : http://teacherweb.com/NY/Arlington/MrPapp/Radiation-PP.pptx
Presentation Summary : Radiation, Conduction, Convection Heat Transfer Processes _____ - Sun heats Earth’s surface in the form of rays or waves _____ - Earth’s warm surface ...
Source : http://mail.mhrd.k12.nj.us/~mberger/S006C89F6.121/Radiation,%20Conduction,%20Convection%20Notes0.ppt
Presentation Summary : Background Radiation Radiation is everywhere We live in a sea of radiation… Cosmic Inhaled Radon Rocks Radioactive Elements Plants Bodies BACKGROUND RADIATION The ...
Source : http://lowdose.energy.gov/ppt/Powerpoint_Background.ppt
Presentation Summary : Training for Users of Radiation Producing Devices Elayna Mellas Radiation Safety Officer Environmental Health & Safety Manager Clarkson University
Source : http://cu.clarkson.edu/radiation/programs_ppts/radiation_devices_training.ppt
Presentation Summary : The Nuclear Regulatory Commission (NRC) has determined that initial training is not sufficient to ensure that radiation workers know and understand the requirements ...
Source : http://www.purdue.edu/rem/rs/rsr2012.ppsx
Presentation Summary : Radiation and Catheterization Lab Safety Joan E. Homan, M.D. Cardiology Fellow Catheterization Lab Safety Objectives Definitions Basic science Safety Radiation ...
Source : http://tulane.edu/som/tuhvi/upload/studentpresentation07-2004.ppt
Presentation Summary : Radiation Basics Vincent J. Giblin, General President Phone: (304) 253-8674 Fax: (304) 253-7758 E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org 1293 Airport Road Beaver, WV 25813
Source : https://www.osha.gov/dte/grant_materials/fy05/46c5-ht16/radiation_basics.ppt
Presentation Summary : A Small Dose of ™ Radiation An Introduction To The Health Effects of Radiation Case Study - Sunburn Solar radiation wavelength Visible light – 400 to 760 nm ...
Source : http://yyy.rsmas.miami.edu/groups/ambient/teacher/tox/small%20dose%20of%20toxicology/chp_12_sl_radiation.ppt
Presentation Summary : Radiation Dose Radiation Dose One of the most confusing things about understanding radiation effects is visualizing “how much” radiation is involved.
Source : http://lowdose.energy.gov/ppt/Powerpoint_Dose.ppt