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Radiation Safety: Getting Started

This guide brings together resources for the Radiation Safety program.

Checking radiation levels with a Geiger counter. Copyright: zlikovec

A close-up image of a gloved hand holding a Geiger counter checking radiation levels.

These HAZMAT team members are suited up with a protective suit to protect them from hazardous materials as they investigate this mock railroad disaster. Copyright: BenDC

Two HAZMAT team members wear protective suits to protect them from hazardous materials as they investigate a mock railroad disaster.

Welcome! Radiation Safety

Welcome to the Radiation Safety Research Guide at the Parrott Centre! This guide brings together resources for the following programs: 

Not sure how to get started? Take some time to explore the guide, or contact the Library. We can be reached by email or by calling (613) 969-1913, Ext. 2249.

Stay Current! Updates from the International Atomic Energy Agency

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