X-ray Equipment Applications in Manufacturing
BC manufacturers are leading the growth in the use of x-ray machines to help ensure product quality. They are used in food safety and inspection to identify impurities / foreign objects, checking for damaged product, seals or packaging, check product weight or to verify fill-levels in bottling operations. They can be used to assess the quality and integrity of electronic components, welds and machine parts. They are also used to identify the chemical make-up of a variety of materials.
The Radiation Safety Institute of Canada and Manufacturing Safety Alliance of BC, in conjunction with WorkSafeBC Risk Analysis Unit, have come together to develop an X-ray Safety in the Workplace course to support employers in building and sustaining an effective program.
Who is this course for:
- Operators of x-ray equipment
- Maintenance personnel
- OHS lead/manager
- Joint Health and Safety Committee members and Worker Health and Safety representatives
Date and time:
Monday, March 2nd, 2020
8:30 a.m. – 2:30 p.m.
Douglas College | Coquitlam Campus
There is no cost for this event.