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Radiation Safety Officer (RSO)

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Radiation Safety Officers (RSO) are responsible for ensuring the safe use of ionizing radiation-producing equipment at registered facilities in Minnesota. They are responsible for:

  • managing the radiation protection program
  • identifying radiation protection problems
  • initiating, recommending, or providing quality control tests and any corrective actions
  • verifying implementation of corrective actions
  • stopping unsafe activities
  • ensuring compliance with regulations

Delegation of Authority Agreement (PDF: 101KB/1 page)

RSO Training Opportunities

RSO training opportunities are not offered by MDH. Please contact the appropriate RSO training facility below for additional information.

Class Facility
Type
Dates/
Times
Contact/
Location
Radiation Safety Officer Training & Radiation Safety Chiropractic
Industrial
Medical
Veterinary
Mar 5
1-4 pm
Radiologic Education Center
8421 University Ave NE
Spring Lake Park, MN 55432

info@LearnAtREC.com

www.learnatrec.com
763-267-6903
Radiation Safety Officer Training - Dental Specifically Dental Mar 20
1-4 pm
Radiologic Education Center
8421 University Ave NE
Spring Lake Park, MN 55432

info@LearnAtREC.com

www.learnatrec.com
763-267-6903
Digital Imaging: Building Best Practices to Optimize Patient Care Chiropractic
Industrial
Medical
Veterinary
Mar 13
1-4 pm
Radiologic Education Center
8421 University Ave NE
Spring Lake Park, MN 55432

info@LearnAtREC.com

www.learnatrec.com
763-267-6903
Digital Imaging: Building Best Practices to Optimize Patient Care Dental Mar 13
6-9 pm
Radiologic Education Center
8421 University Ave NE
Spring Lake Park, MN 55432

info@LearnAtREC.com

www.learnatrec.com
763-267-6903


  • Radiation Safety Officer Training & Radiation Safety

RSO Traiing classes cover Basic Radiation, Radiation Safety Officer Training, Radiation Safety and Compliance with MDH Rules.

  • Digital Imaging: The Good, Bad and Ugly

This course will provide participants with basic knowledge about the technologies involved with digital imaging, and issues that are sometimes overlooked in the implementation of this technology. Topics include: RIS and EHR, image acquisition, QA, archiving and PACS, reporting, networking considerations, cost of ownership, and emerging technologies. All of these issues have a direct impact on the successful implementation of this technology in your practice and will enhance workflow and patient care.

Updated Thursday, 27-Feb-2014 11:24:32 CST