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International Certified Expert in Radiation Protection (ICEM) - Roland Wolff

10-21-2020 02:05 PM CET | Science & Education

Press release from: Sachverständiger Strahlenschutz Roland Wolff (DGuSV)

ICEM Certification of the German Association of Professional Experts (DGuSV)

ICEM Certification of the German Association of Professional Experts (DGuSV)

Bremen. Roland Wolff studied physics and medical physics and has professional experience in radiation protection and medical physics. Dipl.-Phys. R. Wolff is a registered and certified member of the DGuSV. The German Association of Professional Experts (DGuSV, which is short for Deutscher Gutachter und Sachverständigen Verband e.V.) is an internationally recognized association for professional experts of various specializations. Mr. Wolff is an International Certified Expert (ICEM) in the field of radiation protection and medical physics. Mr. Wolff is listed in the international member directory of the DGuSV. His guiding principle is: safe handling of radiation in medicine, technology and the environment.

International DGuSV members receive an official membership certificate. This personalized certificate shows the name of the person or company, along with the address and field of expertise. The seal certifies the authenticity of the document (authorized version). The DGuSV serves as an advocacy group for all professional experts.

Mr. Wolff is also holder of the EuropeanExpertsCard, a professional ID card for independant experts in europe. This card is the first verification document of its kind to identify independent experts across Europe as specialists in their field. This ID card is supported by the European Expert Group (EEG), so the EEG creates a standard for comparison in the international arena and establishes confidence among private and commercial customers throughout Europe. In Germany the card is being issued exclusively to members of the DGuSV and more experts organisations.

Minimize exposure to radiation, recognize hazards, comply with laws and regulations. Do not hesitate to contact Mr. Wolff if you have any questions about radiation protection.

Sachverständiger Strahlenschutz Roland Wolff (DGuSV)
Dipl.-Phys. Roland Wolff
Lausanner Strasse 47
D-28325 Bremen
Germany
Tel: +49 421 98500688
rwradiation@online.de

https://sachverstaendiger-strahlenschutz-roland-wolff.dgusv.de/

http://www.european-experts.eu/en/

Dipl.-Physicist Roland Wolff is a recognized and certified expert for radiation protection, medical physics and radiation physics of the German Association of Professional Experts (DGuSV). Mr. Wolff has completed a degree in physics and medical physics and holds a specialist in radiation protection for medical physics experts.

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