Welcome to the NORM SOLUTIONS LLC 4-HOUR NORM/TENORM SURVEYOR online training course! This course covers basic survey instrumentation and technique, without any NORM/TENORM management or in-depth focus. It is designed for facility employees who are performing basic surveys at their own facility (not for hire), for the purpose of material acceptance or denial into the facility. This course is NOT sufficient for on-site confirmatory surveys, release for unrestricted use, or NORM/TENORM decontamination purposes. If you are a NORM/TENORM worker who will perform decontamination, you can take the NORM/TENORM worker course or the 8-hour NORM/TENORM Surveyor course. If you are performing surveys in the state of Louisiana, then you need the 8-hour NORM/TENORM Surveyor course. If you are performing surveys in the state of Arkansas, then you need the 16-hour NORM/TENORM Surveyor course. This online course is designed for all education and reading levels, and is interactive! If there is any issue viewing the link, please e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org. Watch the video below for a sample of the videos associated with our course.
The online course is designed to be taken by individuals. Once the attendee is registered for the course, and payment is received, then the individual can complete the course. Proof of training certificates are issued when the final quiz is completed.
Groups can also participate in the course. Please email email@example.com to initiate the singular group course. The group can work through the course collectively. A group roster is required for the issuance of the proof of training certificates. Select the number of attendees in the group for payment and they can work through the course together. Once certificates are ready to be issued, certificates for all members of the group will be emailed to the contact’s email as pdf files. Please provide feedback on the course as we are developing other online courses. Thank you and have a great day!
The online NORM/TENORM course is recognized as acceptable specialized training by the Texas Department of State Health Services, 25 TAC §289, and the Railroad Commission, 16 TAC §4.6 and other state agencies as well. The course is recognized throughout the United States. The topics included, but is not limited to, the following:
Origins of NORM, Atomic Theory, Sources of Radiation Exposure, and Minimizing Exposure
Petroleum, Natural Gas Condensate, Upstream, Midstream, and Downstream Processes
ALARA, Exposure Reducing Tools, Safety Controls, Hazards, and Dose Equivalents
Biological Effects of Radiation and Risks Associated with Radiation Exposure
Problems, Solutions, Radiation Units, and Prefixes
Survey Instruments and Detection