Home > Get Involved > Volunteer Groups > Laboratory Health and Safety Committee > Technical Topics - Ionizing Radiation Technical Topics - Ionizing Radiation Page ContentInternational OrganizationsUnited Kingdom - Useful Radiation Safety References and Websites WHO Radiation Safety and Environmental Health International Atomic Energy Agency Radiation Safety Institute of Canada OrganizationsRadiation & Health Physics Home Page of the University of Michigan Student Chapter of the Health Physics Society Health Physics Society National Council on Radiation Protection and Measurements International Commission on Radiological Protection Program Content ExamplesUniversity of Nebraska - Lincoln Program Content Analytical X-ray Equipment (5/02) Dosimetry Program (6/06) Electron Microscopes (5/02) Human-use Diagnostic X-ray Machines (5/02) Instructions for Personnel Entering Laboratories Containing Radioactive Materials (10/02) Proper Used Hazardous Material Collection Container for Radioactive Material Poster (3/05) Accident Involving Radioactive Materials or Radiation Producing Devices (5/04) Hazardous/Radioactive Materials Collection (4/08) Safety Protocol: 241 Am (Be) Neutron Probe (6/06) Safety Protocol: Ca-45 (6/06) Safety Protocol: C-14 (6/06) Safety Protocol: Cl-36 (6/06) Safety Protocol: Cr-51 (6/06) Safety Protocol: Fe-55 (6/06) Safety Protocol: Fe-59 (6/06) Safety Protocol: H-3 (6/06) Safety Protocol: I-125 (6/06) Safety Protocol: Na-22 (6/06) Safety Protocol: P-32 (6/06) Safety Protocol: P-33 (6/06) Safety Protocol: Se-75 (6/06) Safety Protocol: S-35 (6/06) Security of Radioactive Materials at UNL (3/08) Veterinary-Use X-ray Machines (5/02) The Princeton University Radiation Safety Resource Page includes a Radiation Safety Guide , Radiation Safety Manual for Laboratory Users , Requirements for X-Ray Diffraction Machine Users, Incident and Emergency Procedures , Forms, a factsheet, Using and Wearing Radiation Dosimeters, as well as an online module and test on Radiation Basics A Mixed Waste Primer, University of Washington, EHS Radiation WasteMixed Waste, US EPA Regulatory AgenciesU.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission State Radiation Protection Programs, posted by Idaho State University Radiation Protection, US Environmental Protection Agency ResourcesThe Society for Radiological Protection is the UKAssociate Society affiliated with the International Radiation Protection Association. It is a major Scientific Society for all who are professionally concerned with the safety aspects of ionizing and non-ionizing radiation in education, central and local government, industry, medicine and research. They have a comprehensive list of sites related to radiation safety. Spill ResponseRadiation Spill Procedures, University of California, San Diego Radiation Spill Procedures, University of Maryland Training Content ExamplesRadiation Safety Training and Quiz, University of South Florida, 2007 Research X-ray Safety Fundamentals Training and Quiz, University of South Florida, 2007 Electron Microscope Radiation Safety Training, University of Pennsylvania EHRS Initial Radiation Safety Training for Open Source Radioisotope Users, Princeton University Environmental Health and Safety The University of Pennsylvania has some on-line Radiation Safety Training courses. Scroll down to "Radiation Safety Training" and click on the link. You will need to register (name and email), but you will be able to access to the training even if you're not affiliated with the University.