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Radiation Safety Training Module
Refresher Training
ISU Technical Safety Office
Campus Box 8106
Pocatello, ID 83209
(208) 282-2311
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 Welcome!
This web based training is designed to be a self-paced self-guided refresher course about radiation safety at Idaho State University.  It is designed to take substantially less than one hour, but if you are confident in the topics, you may go through it faster by scrolling down to the quiz questions in the light yellow box (bottom of page). 

This is only one of the many ways of taking ISU's refresher training course.  Other options include: 

  • printing off the refresher training study guide and taking the test from the downloads in the navigation bar (which is then mailed to the Technical Safety Office).
  • scheduling personal training with a TSO staff member.  We work with times convenient to you.
  • requesting to sit in on the next group training session with TSO staff.
Please note:  If you were REQUIRED to take this yearly refresher training, there is a training registration form at the end of this module.  You cannot jump to it without navigating through the material.  If for some reason you leave the module before you finish, you can take the written test by selecting the format you desire in the navigation column.  This test MUST be mailed to the Technical Safety Office at Campus Box 8106.



 
 
 
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