Welcome students to the course.
Introduce self to the participants and establish rapport.
o Safety briefing - exits.
o Sign-in sheets.
o Test accountability (if applicable).
o End-of-course evaluation.
Remind the participants that they need to have completed Radiological Worker training prior to
or in conjunction with this course. They should be familiar with terms like rem, contamination,
At the end of this course, the student should demonstrate a basic understanding of the
characteristics of uranium and radiological precautions necessary for working at a uranium
State Enabling Objectives.
Briefly review the content of the course, noting the logical sequence ("flow"). State that as you
present the material to be covered, you will relate it to the circumstances that the students can
expect to find in the facility workplace and procedures. (You will be inserting facility-specific
MODULE 101 - Properties of Uranium
MODULE 102 - The Nuclear Fuel Cycle
MODULE 103 - External Dose Control
MODULE 104 - Internal Dose Control
MODULE 105 - Criticality Safety
MODULE 106 - Emergency Response for Uranium Incidents
MODULE 107 - Course Summary
This training should be used to supplement the Radiological Worker training materials for
personnel working at or having access to DOE uranium facilities. This training is multi-faceted,
and different sections can be applied to various target groups.
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