Course Focus: The course is designed to prepare people to become Radon Measurement Professionals. A professional deploys and retrieves radon detectors in buildings and provides a client with a report of the associated measurement results which are generated by a C-NRPP certified Analytical Laboratory. The objectives of the course include; Individuals holding the C-NRPP Radon Measurement Professional certification should demonstrate: Understanding of radon, its scientific properties and known health effects Current statistics of Canadian radon exposures; knowledge of Health…Find out more »
Course Focus: The course is designed to prepare people to become Radon Mitigation Professionals. A professional interprets radon test results, and determines the most effective way to manage radon concentrations within buildings; and is trained in diagnostic testing and the design and/or installation of radon mitigation systems. The objectives of the course include; Individuals holding the residential mitigation service provider certification have demonstrated knowledge of radon mitigation techniques as applied to residential structures. The course will include instruction…Find out more »
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The webinar, co-presented by NCCHPP and NCCEH, will feature a case involving radon and will highlight both evidence and ethics. This webinar has been developed primarily for public health inspectors, but should also be of interest to a general audience.
Our goal is to present the case and a brief discussion of the evidence regarding risk, remediation and some of the issues facing inspectors, building owners and managers, not to mention homeowners and the general public.
Register Now Free public information session on Radon. Presentations by: Dr. Torr, Consulting Medical Health Officer Cypress & Heartland Health Regions Frank Kirkpatrick, C-NRPP Certified Radon Expert, Master Radon The Lung Association of Saskatchewan Take Action on Radon, Saskatchewan There will be draws for FREE radon test kits. Test kits will also be available for purchase ($50). When: December 5th, 2016 7:00 PM through 8:30 PM Where: Walker Place 2150 Walker St Swift Current, SK S9H 4C1 Canada Find information here.Find out more »
This webinar is for EVERYONE! Learn from the comfort of your own computer, tablet or smartphone. You will have the opportunity to type any questions you have during the presentation. The speakers will have an opportunity to answer your questions at the end of the webinar.Find out more »
Radon basics, testing solutions, cost estimates and mitigation options for new and existing construction are key presentation topics. Canada’s largest community-wide radon testing project in Prince George, BC, and study findings from two BC communities using various mitigation strategies, are showcased. Facilitating homeowner understanding of radon health risks and the steps that can be taken beyond the current BC Building Code are discussed. The certification process for the Canadian National Radon Proficiency Program ends the session.Find out more »
This exciting and fast paced two-day workshop will provide participants with an in-depth understanding of radon, its scientific properties and known health effects, current statistics of Canadian radon exposures, knowledge of Health Canada’s radon measurement protocols including placement and retrieval of radon measurement devices, understanding of C-NRPP approved devices, knowledge of the proper interpretation of results obtained in residential settings and some basic radon entry and mitigation concepts.Find out more »
This 3-day course will cover topics related to Health Canada’s “Guidelines for Reducing Radon Levels in Existing Homes”, “A Canadian Guide for Professional Contractors” as well as design, installation, and trouble-shooting of radon mitigation systems and includes hands-on training, worker health and safety and will prepare participants for preparation for the C-NRPP Certification Exam.Find out more »
This 6-hour course will provide information on how to install a roughed in, passive or full mitigation radon system in a new home. The course will provide details on how to decide which system to install and how to perform this “roughed-in” installation and meet the National Building Code of Canada. The 2010 National Building Code adopted in New Brunswick on January 2015 requires that all new homes be constructed in such a way as to minimize soil gas ingress…Find out more »