2014 Radiation Control Program Conference
September 9-10, 2014
Tuesday and Wednesday
Capitol Plaza Hotel
The Kansas Radiation Control Program will be hosting a two-day conference in Topeka, Kansas on September 9-10, 2014 at the Capitol Plaza Hotel. Come join us for this informative and interactive conference. Learn about the latest radiation related regulatory updates, hear from experts in the field, and have an opportunity to pose your questions to members of the Radiation Control Program staff. Register through KS-TRAIN at the Registration information link below. The registration process will include the payment form that should be completed and sent in with check or money order of $100 for two days or $85 for one day. You may find it helpful to print the instructions to assist with navigation through KS-TRAIN.
Continuing Education: This activity is approved for credit by the ASRT. The medical track is approved for a maximum of 12.5 CE for two days, the mammography track is approved for a maximum of 8 CE for one day, and the industrial track is approved for a maximum of 11.5 CE for two days. AAHP CE has been requested.
January is Radon Action Month. KDHE encourages all Kansas citizens to test their homes for radon, to fix any homes with elevated levels, and to build all new homes using radon resistant construction methods. Please visit the Kansas Radon website for more information.
Wolf Creek Generating Station Environmental Radiation Surveillance Report - 2013 Summary
The KDHE Wolf Creek Environmental Radiation Surveillance (ERS) program began in 1979. The purpose of the program is to detect, identify and measure radioactive material and direct radiation released to the environment from the operation of Wolf Creek Generating Station, a pressurized water nuclear reactor located near Burlington, Kansas.