Radiation Protection Training

Nuclear Industry Standard Process (NISP) – Radiological Protection

BHI Energy – Radiation Protection Services

US nuclear plants are adopting standardized radiological protection procedures called Nuclear Industry Standard Processes (NISP). The thirteen NISP documents governing the work of supplemental technicians are located below. You will be required to use these procedures during assignments at nuclear utilities as these NISP documents form the basis for the new industry standard qualifications.


NISP-RP-001, Portable Survey Instruments

NISP-RP-001, Portable Survey Instruments


NISP-RP-002, Radiation and Contamination Surveys

NISP-RP-002, Radiation and Contamination Surveys


NISP-RP-003, Radiological Air Sampling

NISP-RP-003, Radiological Air Sampling


NISP-RP-004, Radiological Posting and Labeling

NISP-RP-004, Radiological Posting and Labeling


NISP-RP-005, Access Controls for High Radiation Areas

NISP-RP-005, Access Controls for High Radiation Areas


NISP-RP-006, Personnel Contamination Monitoring

NISP-RP-006, Personnel Contamination Monitoring


NISP-RP-007, Control of Radioactive Material

NISP-RP-007, Control of Radioactive Material


NISP-RP-008, Use of HEPA Equipment

NISP-RP-008, Use of HEPA Equipment


NISP-RP-009, Radiography

NISP-RP-009, Radiography


NISP-RP-010, Radiological Job Coverage

NISP-RP-010, Radiological Job Coverage


NISP-RP-011, RP Fundamentals

NISP-RP-011, RP Fundamentals


NISP-RP-012, Training and Qualification of Supplemental RP Technicians

NISP-RP-012, Training and Qualification of Supplemental RP Technicians


NISP-RP-013, Radiation Protection Standard Glossary of Terms

NISP-RP-013, Radiation Protection Standard Glossary of Terms