|NAME||MAIL STOP||PHONE||Area of Responsibility|
|Hamlette, David||MS 52B||ext. email@example.com||RWI/II Lead|
|Hartberger, Adam||MS 52B||ext. firstname.lastname@example.org||RWI/II Backup and Practical Instructor|
|Stavola, Adam||MS 52B||ext. email@example.com||Author/Trainer|
NEW BOOKING TOOL FOR RADIATION TESTS/PRACTICALS
The Radiation Control Department has instituted a new booking system for use with Radiation Worker I/II tests and practicals. Please select your JLAB TYPE to see detailed information on scheduling your test.
|CLICK ON BLUE BOX FOR INFO||SEE BELOW|
All Radiation Worker I/II tests and practicals are by appointment only - no walk-ins. Radiation Worker I/II tests are offered on Mondays, Tuesdays and Thursdays with appointments from 9am until 12:00 pm. Radiation Worker practicals are offered on Mondays, Tuesdays, and Thursdays at 2pm and are also available by appointment only. Both the tests and practicals are held in our office (ESH Division, Bldg. 52).
NEW RADIATION CONTROL DEPARTMENT BOOKING SYSTEM LINK
Please let us know if you have any questions/comments/concerns by emailing us at firstname.lastname@example.org
NEW MINIMUM RADCON PASSING SCORE
The Radiation Control Department has streamlined the radiation worker online training, printed version study materials and proctored examination materials. The lab has maintained a minimum passing score of 75% for Radiation Worker examinations for the past 20 years. In Jan. 2020, the lab will align our radiological testing requirements with other DOE facilities to increase the minimum passing score on all Radiation Control department examinations to 80%.
In preparation for the increase in minimum score, the RCD has reviewed all test questions and has updated them for consistency with the new study guide and applicability to required worker knowledge. If you have any questions regarding this new policy, please contact Adam Stavola at x6806.
Which Level of Training is Right for You?
The level of training you need is generally based on the need for access to certain locations at Jefferson Lab.
A qualification called "General Employee Radiological Knowledge" is required for employees, subcontractors, guests, users, and others who may need routine unescorted access to the accelerator site. The minimum training for awarding this qualification is General Employee Radiological Training (GERT). All Jefferson Lab employees are encouraged to take GERT.