Radon Labels – Étiquettes

Proper labeling on radon systems is an important aspect for current and future homeowners.  C-NRPP has developed labels in accordance with the CGSB (Canadian General Standards Board) standards.

L’étiquetage approprié joue un rôle important dans l’installation d’un système d’atténuation du radon.  Le PNCR-C a développé les étiquettes en accord avec les normes du l’office des normes générales du Canada (ONGC).

CGSB Standards – Normes ONGC:

CAN/CGSB-149.12-2017  Radon mitigation options for existing low-rise residential buildings

Mesures d’atténuation du radon dans les maisons et petits bâtiments existants

CAN/CGSB-149.11-2015 CD-01 – (Draft) Radon control options for new construction in low rise residential buildings

(Le norme 149.11 n’est pas disponible en français en ce moment.)

C-NRPP recommends using bilingual labels, in accordance with the recommendations of the standard.  Due to the size of the label and volume of text, two labels are required to meet this.

The information below links to pdfs of each label.  Radon professionals, building inspectors, builders are free to download and use the pdfs to print their own labels.  The labels can also be ordered through C-NRPP.  The labels are currently free for C-NRPP Professionals and Building Officials (shipping charge only).

C-NRPP and Provincial Building Inspectors:  Order your labels online here.

Home Builders can also order the labels for a charge, or use the wording to design your own labels. Order your labels online here.

We recommend that you order both English and French labels.

Mitigation Labels – Étiquettes pour les systèmes d’atténuation

 Order your labels online here.

Measurement Labels – Étiquettes pour le mesure du radon