Is the RSC operational?
The UCLA Radiation Safety Committees (RSC) and administrative support staff are fully operational and have contingency plans in place to maintain continuity. SafetyNet can be accessed anywhere an individual has internet access. Similarly, the RSC has the capability to conduct committee meetings and other business online. We expect this to continue even if the University suspends operations for contagion control purposes. All UCLA RSC email addresses and voicemail continue to be monitored with the same or greater frequency. For any questions or concerns, contact us at (310) 206-5601 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
The responsibility for ensuring the safe operation of a radiation safety program belongs to the Radiation Safety Committees (RSC). At UCLA, the RSC and the four subcommittees are responsible for the policies and procedures pertaining to the use of radiation:
Radiation Hazard Awareness Training LIVE!
UCLA Health System Radiation Hazard Awareness Training
A new Radiation Hazard Awareness Training is online as part of a Health Systems initiative to ensure our education about radiation hazards in the workplace. This brief training was developed for all staff working in the Ronald Reagan UCLA Medical Center, Resnick Neuropsychiatric Hospital, Santa Monica UCLA Medical Center, as well as the Faculty Practice Group, to alleviate concerns about working around radiation.
Follow this link to the online training and click on Radiation Hazard Awareness Training (5-10min)
Additional modules are available on the website if you work with/around Radiation Producing Equipment, or work with/around Radioactive Materials at the Health System. If your work functions require radiation monitoring, you will be led to fill out a form at the end of the training modules that signify the need for dosimetry.
If you have any questions concerning the Radiation Hazard Awareness Training, please contact email@example.com.