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Industrial radiographers - the unsung heroes of modern society
Industrial radiographers - the unsung heroes of modern society

Oct 27, 2015 by Adithisri

Up coming training course: Radiation safety...

NORM: Radioisotopes in the backyard
NORM: Radioisotopes in the backyard

Feb 1, 2016 by Adithisri

Every now and then at Adithisri, we...

Ionising Radiation, are we safe?
Ionising Radiation, are we safe?

Oct 9, 2013 by Adithisri

Modern radiation safety protection principles...

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Industrial radiographers - the unsung heroes of modern society

Industrial radiographers - the unsung heroes of modern society

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Posted on Oct 17, 2015 by Adithisri

Up coming training course: Radiation safety in Industrial Radiography [Brisbane, Feb 17-19 2016] - For use of projectors (cameras) and X-ray devices in QLD, NSW, WA, NT Enquire now Structural safety in modern society owes a lot to industrial radiography and other non-destructive testing methodologies; yet unlike medical radiographers industrial radiographers generally remain unsung heroes... Radiography is extensively used as a non-destructive technique for testing...
NORM: Radioisotopes in the backyard

NORM: Radioisotopes in the backyard

norm

Posted on Feb 1, 2015 by Adithisri

Every now and then at Adithisri, we receive a phone call or a visit by a concerned person about the potential of being exposed to radioactivity at home. As a professional in the field of ionising radiation safety, Adithisri staff attempt to genuinely respond and often guide people to authentic sources of information and advice. The truth is, humans cannot escape radiation exposure. Radioisotopes are an integrated part of our habitat; they are present in the soil, the air we...
Ionising Radiation, are we safe?

Ionising Radiation, are we safe?

radiation

Posted on Oct 9, 2013 by Adithisri

Modern radiation safety protection principles are based on a no threshold linear relationship between the radiation dose and the detriment it can cause to exposed individuals. Although some scientists question the validity of this linear hypothesis, it is considered a safe approach in light of our current understanding about the harmful effects of ionising radiation. Theoretically, the linear hypothesis means that even a tiny amount of radiation dose could be harmful although the...