Staff at Aberdeen’s P&J Live have been trained in the use of x-ray baggage scanners with just days to go until the £333 million venue opens its doors.
Aberdeen Radiation Protection Services (ARPS) has provided training to personnel on the safe use of the devices.
The development will open its doors to the public for the first time on Saturday.
ARPS director Brian Heaton said: “This is a really exciting opportunity for us and we are delighted to have been asked to help play a part in getting such a huge venue up and running.”
P&J Live is being delivered by Aberdeen City Council in partnership with Henry Boot Developments and includes a new 12,500 capacity arena as well as two on-site hotels with 350 bedrooms, with a further 150 rooms coming shortly after opening.
Westhill-based ARPS was established in 2001 and provides radiation protection advice, services and training.