This one-day training course provides product training on six types of radiation detection equipment (listed below), on related software and the FLIR “RAD” app. This course includes a mixture of lecture, instructor performance, student demonstration, and evaluation. The lecture portion covers terminology, relevant technical terms, the theory and science of radiation detection, operations, accessing files, reach-back, operator maintenance, etc. The practical evaluation objectives include basic operations, including detection, locating the threat, measurement, identification, analysis, site assessment, file transfer, reachback and other capabilities to operator the detection system.
Radiation Detection Gear:
- IdentiFINDER-R100 (Survey Meter)
- identiFINDER-R200 (SPRD)
- identiFINDER-R300 (previously known as the nanoRaider)
- identiFINDER-R400 (previously known as the identiFINDER-2)
- identiFINDER-R440 (NEW!!!)
- identiFINDER-R500 (previously known as the radHUNTER)
- identiFINDER-S900 (spectroscopic continuous monitoring system)
FLIR Detection Inc. and Fort Worth Fire Department in coordination with the North Texas Council of Governments Emergency Preparedness section.
Bob Bolen Public Safety Complex, 509 W. Felix St., Fort Worth, TX 76115.
Training facility is approximately 10 miles from the Fort Worth stockyards.
Each student successfully completing the course will receive a certificate of competency.
Student Equipment Requirements:
Although FLIR will bring along adequate Radiation Detection gear to the class, we encourage students to bring their own FLIR Radiation Detection products to the course too. This will give students an opportunity to check out the performance of their instruments in the class.
There is no charge for the course or course material. Travel expenses are the responsibility of the course participant.
For Additional Information Please Contact:
Tel. # +1 865 963 2980