Medical RSO

Course Title:

Medical Radiation Safety Officer (MRSO)

Course duration:

5 days



Course Summary:

The use of radioactive materials in the medical field is continually evolving. To help keep you current with new techniques and procedures, Dade Moeller Training Academy* offers the Medical Radiation Safety Officer (MRSO) course for those managing or working with radioactive material in a medical environment. We offer this course regularly with free one-time refresher training for all former MRSO students.

*Dade Moeller joined NV5 Global Inc., in May 2016 to integrate Dade Moeller’s safety & health, radiation protection, and environmental quality capabilities with NV5’s engineering, infrastructure, and program management resources. Our combined capabilities bring effective solutions to complex issues. Learn more.

Tailor this Course with Add-Ons:

DOT HAZMAT Certification — $200.00

Complete an additional 4 hours on shipping radioactive materials, as required by DOT (49 CFR 172 Subpart H) and NRC (10 CFR 71.5 and 10 CFR 20.1906). This module concludes with an examination, successful completion of which will earn you an additional certificate for 3 years.

Available at these locations: Gaithersburg and Las Vegas

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 This course will help keep you current with the radiation safety aspects of the many new techniques related to using ionizing radiation in the continually evolving medical field.

Gain a practical understanding of  regulations governing the safe use of radiation-emitting machines and radioactive materials, as well as responsibilities for managing radiation safety in a hospital. Discuss real-world experiences on numerous relevant topics as outlined in the Agenda.

Learn how to implement a successful, compliant radiation safety program that will withstand rigorous inspection.

Did You Know....?

Due to the widespread use of radiation-producing machines and radioactive materials in medicine, the National Council on Radiation Protection and Measurements (NCRP) now reports that the average person in the United States receives approximately the same dose from medical radiation as from natural background radiation.


Those managing a radiation safety program or working with radioactive material and/or radiation-producing machines in a medical environment.

This course is intended for those working with both radioactive materials and X-ray producing equipment. If you are interested in learning primarily about X-ray safety, please see our Medical X-ray Safety class.