Radiological Emergency Planning: Terrorism, Security, and Communication (REP08)

Venue: The Harvard School of Public Health

Location: Boston, Massachusetts, United States

Event Date/Time: Aug 05, 2008 End Date/Time: Aug 08, 2008
Registration Date: Jul 29, 2008
Early Registration Date: May 16, 2008
Report as Spam


Learn to respond to a radiological emergency with the latest tools and insights offered in this four-day program at the Harvard School of Public Health. Taught by leaders in the field of emergency planning, this program combines lectures, case studies, and access to expert faculty to provide a unique learning experience.

Radiological Emergency Planning:
Terrorism, Security, and Communication
August 5-8, 2008 (optional half-day refresher on August 4th)*
Harvard School of Public Health
Boston, Massachusetts

Who should attend
New and experienced:…

- Emergency planners
- Emergency response team members
- First responders
- First receivers
- Radiation safety officers

from organizations including, but not limited to…

- State and local emergency agencies
- State radiation control agencies
- Nuclear utilities
- DOE facilities and contractors
- DOD and NASA facilities utilizing radioactive materials
- Universities
- Medical facilities

Continuing Education Credits available for this program:
- 32 CECs, American Academy of Health Physics
- 2.7 CEUs, Harvard School of Public Health
- 3.5 Industrial Hygiene CM points, American Board of Industrial Hygiene
- Other specialty CEUs are available (see website for more details)

To register or for more details, visit:


677 Huntington Avenue
United States

Additional Information

Scholarships Available for state and local government employees. In addition, this program is eligible for Massachusetts Department of Workforce Development funding grants. Massachusetts companies may be eligible for up to 50% off program fees. For more information, visit, call 617-384-8692, or email: Please mention your Reference Code: REP08-EM04 *For those interested in brushing up on the basics of radiation, there will be an optional half-day refresher course entitled “Radiological Units, Quantities and Fundamentals” on the Monday afternoon (August 4th) prior to the start of the program. This refresher is complimentary for those enrolled in the four-day program starting on August 5th.