[ RadSafe ] Seeking advise and input.

Geo>K0FF GEOelectronics at netscape.com
Thu Mar 27 19:53:06 CDT 2008


Louis, I find the resources available from Armed Forces Radiobiology 
Research Institute
very much to the point, especially these:

Biodosimetry Assessment Tool (BAT; Sept. 2007)
Medical Management of Radiological Casualties Handbook, Second Edition 
(April 2003)
Textbook of Military Medicine—Medical Consequence of Nuclear Warfare
Management of Persons Accidentally Contaminated with Radionuclides—Quick 
Reference Information
AFRRI Pocket Guide—Emergency Radiation Medicine Response (Sept. 2007)

best of all they are free. Get the small BAT CD's and paper versions of the 
handbooks for handouts.

George Dowell

----- Original Message ----- 
From: <LNMolino at aol.com>
To: <radsafe at radlab.nl>
Sent: Thursday, March 27, 2008 6:41 PM
Subject: [ RadSafe ] Seeking advise and input.

I have a government (non US-based) client that is seeking “Command Level”
training for Senior Staff dealing with all hazards related to radiation and
nuclear related incidents. They are seeking an “All-Hazards” approach to
this training but specific to the radiation and nuclear threat spectrum.

I have proposed that we build a 24-hour course that is modular in design in
that we would present three (3) modules as standalone courses an these three
modules would be considered the whole course. This is a logistical issue
more for them as they need scheduling flexibility. The three (3) stand 
modules would be entitled as follows:

1) Planning Considerations for a Radiological/Nuclear Event (i.e. pre-event
2) Incident Management Considerations at a Radiological/Nuclear  Event (i.e.
event response)
3) Restoration and Return to Normalcy After a  Radiological/Nuclear Event
(i.e. all of the event aftermath issues).

My question the masses herein is what resources might you recommend for me
to utilize during the course development process and or are there any
comparable courses already in the marketplace for such a concept that I
might also reference.

I can be reached via the secure E-Mail servers at _http://www.llis.gov_
(http://www.llis.gov) ) or at _LNMolino at aol.com_ (mailto:LNMolino at aol.com) 
or via
cell at (979)  412-0890 (Cell Phone) if you have any suggestions or 

I appreciate your time and assistance in this matter.

Louis N. Molino, Sr., CET
Freelance  Consultant/Trainer/Author/Journalist/Fire Protection Consultant
Training  Program Manager, Fire and Safety Specialists, Inc.
Technical Editor, Industrial  Fire World

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