ARC (Advanced Radiological Contamination) Course

ARC (Advanced Radiological Contamination) Course

ARC is an 8 hour, in-person “Right of boom” focused training that starts with an in-depth discussion of contamination hazards, operating considerations and decontamination procedures followed by realistic demonstration and performance utilizing live radiological contamination. Students will practice finding contamination and decontaminating a variety of objects including a human analog. Other topics will cover best practices in handling radioactive contamination, setting up and establishing and controlling a decontamination line.




8 hours




Course Regulations & Guidance Reference

29 CFR 1910.120, DHS Planning Guidance, DOE & IAEA response recommendations

Required Items

Professional Expectation