Radiological Terrorism for Healthcare
and Radiological Incidents
"(This) erases all the mystery and fear so woven
around ionizing radiation and radiological
terrorist events or accidents. It should be required
Donald W. Kautz, Ph.D., M.P.H.
TMCH Safety Officer, Industrial Hygienist
Tucson Medical Center, Tucson, AZ
First Place, Columbus International Film & Video Festival
For all healthcare workers.
Length 13 minutes.
Your viewers will see what happened when Goiania, Brazil was contaminated with cesium 137.
Almost any hospital could see victims of a radiological incident.
- Categories of radiological terrorist weapons.
- Sources of natural radiation.
- The difference between radiation exposure, external contamination, and internal contamination.
- Five procedures that may be used to limit exposure during an incident (personal protective equipment, radiation monitoring, containment, decontamination, limiting time and maximizing distance from radiation sources.)
- Four steps for minimizing public anxiety.
Resource CD with test included.
$295 for DVD, Item # RTH-1/D