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Canadian Association of Radon Scientists and Technologists

Helping Canadians Reduce Radon Risk

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  • 10 Nov 2017 1:21 PM | Erin Curry (Administrator)

    Nous aimerions prendre le temps de rendre hommage à un autre champion du radon : le docteur Jack Cornett. Jack a contribué à la recherche sur le radon pendant toute sa carrière et a joué un rôle clé dans l’établissement du programme nationale sur le radon. Universitaire occupé et respecté, Jack a pris le temps de militer pour la mesure et l’atténuation du radon. Il a même paru dans une vidéo de sensibilisation du public accessible sur YouTube. Aimé par sa famille et ses amis, Jack était un atout pour la communauté du radon et un homme merveilleux qui nous manquera à tous.


  • 10 Nov 2017 1:16 PM | Erin Curry (Administrator)

    Novembre est arrivé, et pour nous tous au sein de la communauté du radon, c’est un moment bien spécial : le mois de la sensibilisation au radon. Partout à travers le pays, les initiatives sur la sensibilisation au radon prennent leur envol ou gagnent de la vitesse. Des rencontres d’informations et des forums en passant par les démarches auprès des municipalités et les programmes incitatifs, sans oublier notre concours sur la réduction du radon, c’est dire que le mois mondial contre le radon bat son plein.

    Nous sommes déjà impressionnés par certaines des publicités que nous avons vues provenant de nos membres de l’ACSTR. Puisque nous voulons encourager ces initiatives et inspirer tous les membres, nous voudrions récompenser les membres de l’ACSTR qui font connaître le radon, en leur donnant la chance de gagner une inscription gratuite au congrès 2018 de l’ACSTR. Vous avez installé un tableau d’affichage, épinglé un article, donné des brochures ou présenté un kiosque? Pour participer au concours, envoyez-nous votre nom et une photo de votre initiative de sensibilisation au radon. Puisque la saison dure beaucoup plus longtemps qu’uniquement en novembre, ce concours est ouvert à tous les membres de l’ACSTR qui font de la promotion en novembre, décembre et janvier. Les participations sont acceptées jusqu’au 31 janvier 2018. Envoyez-nous un courriel avec un lien, une photo ou un fichier qui démontre votre idée de promotion. Deux participations par membre de l’ACSTR. Vous pouvez cependant partager toutes vos idées avec nous!

    Vous cherchez de l’inspiration? Le webinaire de novembre traitera des projets en lien avec le radon partout au pays (Cross-Country Radon Check-up). Branchez-vous le 15 novembre à midi (HNE) et apprenez-en plus sur les plus récents événements en lien avec le radon partout au Canada. Préparez-vous à parler de vos propres initiatives aussi! Vous nous direz si vous souhaitez ajouter du contenu aux diapositives de la présentation.

    ACSTR 2018 – N’attendez pas, inscrivez-vous! Nous voulons nous assurer que vous réserverez du temps dans votre agenda pour le congrès. Pour ce 7e congrès, nous vous garantissons un événement inoubliable. Soyez des nôtres à Ottawa du 22 au 24 avril pour le congrès 2018 qui s’intitule Une approche élémentaire : le radon et la Terre, l’Air et l’Eau.  Inscrivez-vous rapidement à la sortie sur le terrain. L’activité a remporté un vif succès l’an dernier. Si vous apprenez mieux avec une expérience sur le terrain, cette activité est pour vous. Cette année, la sortie nous mènera vers le campus du National Research Council pour constater le travail effectué dans les maisons jumelées, la chambre de diffusion, et l’installation RIBIT. Participez à la visite guidée de l’hôpital d’Ottawa pour en apprendre plus sur l’atténuation dans de grands immeubles.

    Des tonnes d’activités sont prévues, assurez-vous de ne rien manquer! Consultez la page des Événements à venir de l’ACSTR (insert link) pour voir la liste complète des cours, des sessions d’informations et des webinaires! Vous organisez votre propre événement sur la sensibilisation au radon? Dites-le-nous, nous publierons cette information sur notre site Internet et sur les réseaux sociaux.


  • 10 Nov 2017 1:15 PM | Erin Curry (Administrator)

    We’d like to take a moment to salute another Radon Champion: Dr. Jack Cornett. Jack contributed to radon research throughout his career, and played a key role in establishing the Canadian National Radon Program.  A busy and respected academic, Jack took the time to advocate on behalf of radon testing and mitigation; even featuring in a public awareness video now available on YouTube. Beloved by family and friends, Jack was an asset to the radon community and a wonderful man who will be sorely missed.


  • 10 Nov 2017 1:10 PM | Erin Curry (Administrator)

    November is here, and to all of us in the radon community that should mean one thing: Radon Action Month!  All across the country, radon awareness initiatives are kicking off or gaining steam.  From information sessions and forums, to municipal outreach and incentive programs, to our very own Radon Reduction Sweepstakes, there is plenty of action in the radon world this month.

    We've already been impressed by some of the creative advertising we are seeing coming from our CARST members, therefore, to encourage this and inspire all members, we’d like to reward those CARST members who are taking action with the opportunity to win a FREE CARST 2018 Conference registration.  Have you put up a billboard, penned an article, handed out flyers, or manned a booth?  To enter, simply send us a picture of your radon awareness initiative and your name will go into the draw.  Since the radon season really lasts more than just November, this contest is open to all CARST Members for any promotion through November, December and January.  Entries are open until January 31, 2018.  Send us an email with a link, photo, file of your promotion idea.  Entries are limited to 2 per CARST member, but feel free to share all your ideas with us.

    Looking for inspiration?  November’s webinar will be a Cross-Country Radon Check-up.  Join us November 15 at 12:00 EST and catch up on the latest radon happenings from across the country.  Be prepared to share your own initiatives, too! Let us know if you’d like us to incorporate your content into the presentation slides.

    CARST 2018 - Don’t wait to sign up.. register now!  We want to make sure you are setting time in your calendar for the conference.  As our 7th year in our conference, we are going to make sure this year is even better this year, then ever. Join us in Ottawa, April 22-24 for CARST 2018, An Elemental Approach: Radon in Earth.Air.Water.   Sign up early for the Field Trip.  This was a huge attraction last year.  Learn better with a hands on experience, this is what you are looking for.  This year’s field trip will take us to National Research Council’s (NRCs) campus to see the work they are doing in the twin houses, diffusion chamber and RIBITs facility, plus join us for a tour around the inside of Ottawa Hospital to learn about large building mitigation.

    There’s a lot going on: don’t miss any of the action!  Check out CARST’s Upcoming Events page for a comprehensive list of all upcoming radon courses, information sessions, and webinars!  Holding your own radon awareness event?  Let us know, we will post the information on our website and social media. 


  • 07 Nov 2017 1:59 PM | Pam Warkentin (Administrator)



    Take Action on Radon (TAOR) and Canadian Association of Radon Scientists and Technologists (CARST) have partnered to offer a total of $10,000 for a Radon Reduction Sweepstakes

    Homeowners that have tested their home for radon and taken action to reduce levels to below the Health Canada recommended guideline of 200 Bq/m3 have a chance to receive a rebate for up to $1,000 towards the cost of the mitigation system installed in their home.

    We wanted to let you know about the sweepstakes because we want to make sure you know the rules, so you can provide a proof of installation with complete information, to make sure they qualify for the contest AND so you can use it to promote your services.  We think is a great idea to encourage homeowners to mitigate!!

    You can find detailed contest rules on the Take Action on Radon Website.  

    Please note that each time you promote the sweepstakes, the rules need to be available and clear.  We have taken efforts to ensure the rules meet requirements and they are easily available on the website, so please reference the website link: https://www.takeactiononradon.ca/radon-reduction-sweepstakes-2017 ;

    Your customers needs to show Proof of Installation which includes:

    • date of installation,
    • price,
    • the fact that it has been paid,
    • the address of the home where the mitigation was installed
    • the name of the C-NRPP Professional who completed the installation.

    We think this is a great opportunity for you to promote your services. We have drafted 2 sample letters for you to send to clients if you choose and a toolkit to help you. 

    Word Documents

    Pdf Documents

    TAOR Sweepstakes sample social media posts.docx

    TAOR Sweepstakes sample social media posts.pdf

    Sample letter for past mitigation customers.docx

    Sample letter for past mitigation customers.pdf

    Sample letter for past measurement customers 2.docx

    Sample letter for past measurement customers.pdf


    Sample Images: Download high resolution images here.






  • 07 Nov 2017 1:57 PM | Pam Warkentin (Administrator)

    Bulletin ACSTR/CARST : mois de sensibilisation au radon

     octobre 2017

    Un message du président

    Avec le mois de la sensibilisation au radon qui s’en vient rapidement, nous avons pensé prendre un instant pour vous parler de quelques initiatives en cours à l’ACSTR qui pourraient vous intéresser.

    Premièrement, parlons de notre prochain webinaire qui traitera de la garantie habitation de Tarion. Bien que le programme Tarion se limite à l’Ontario, il reste intéressant que tous les membres de l’ACSTR en sachent plus sur le type de programme qui devrait être offert à tous les Canadiens. En 2013, Tarion a précisé qu’en cas de présence de radon en grande quantité dans une maison, l’atténuation  serait couverte par leur garantie habitation. Conséquemment, pour toute maison construite dans les sept dernières années et couverte par une garantie de Tarion, le coût d’un système d’atténuation serait couvert par Tarion si les concentrations de radon dans la maison dépassent le niveau de référence de Santé Canada. Quelle belle possibilité d’approcher les nouveaux et anciens clients pour les informer d’avantages qu’ils ne connaissaient peut-être même pas!

    Vous avez envie d’en apprendre plus sur la façon dont le programme de garantie habitation de Tarion traite le radon et comment vous pourriez l’utiliser pour faire croître vos projets relatifs au radon? Participez à notre prochain webinaire : Boîte à outils de Tarion (Tarion Toolkit). L’ACSTR est heureuse de recevoir un représentant de Tarion qui se joindra à nous le 27 octobre à 9h30 pour nous expliquer tous les aspects de leur couverture. Nous présenterons également du matériel personnalisable qui pourra vous aider à approcher de nouveaux clients et à leur apprendre comment Tarion peut protéger la santé de leur famille.

    Aussi, pour le mois de la sensibilisation au radon, l’ACSTR a créé de la documentation au sujet des systèmes d’atténuation du radon qui servira dans les publicités et les publications Twitter et Facebook, notamment. Consultez la section réservée aux membres sur notre site Internet. Vous pourrez télécharger cette documentation et d’autre matériel gratuitement.

    Un rappel sur la campagne Démasquer les visages du cancer du poumon. Nous avons déjà présenté ce concept dans le bulletin de juillet, mais nous vous encourageons à communiquer avec toutes les personnes qui ont été touchées par un cancer du poumon pour leur parler de cette campagne. Elles peuvent raconter leur histoire en ligne ou par courriel à info@carst.ca.

    En novembre, vous avez toutes les raisons de parler radon

     Aimeriez-vous voir votre publicité ici?

    L'ACSTR vend maintenant de l'espace publicitaire dans nos bulletins mensuels. Les membres des niveaux or et argent en reçoivent deux publicités gratuits!

    Cliquez ici pour en savoir plus!

    Appel à l'action

    Événements à venir

    Webinar: Tarion Toolkit

    Congrès ACSTR 2018: Rejoignez-nous le 22 au 24 avril 2018 à Ottawa

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    Cliquez l'icône bleu en haut à droite de la page.  Choisir <Edit Profile>

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  • 07 Nov 2017 1:34 PM | Pam Warkentin (Administrator)

    CARST Newsletter - Radon Action Month and Real Estate Testing Update

    October 2017 

    President's Message

    With Radon Action Month just around the corner, we thought we’d take a moment to talk about a couple of CARST’s current initiatives that you may find helpful.

    First off is our upcoming webinar on the Tarion Home Warranty.  Although the Tarion program is limited to the province of Ontario, it may be of interest to all CARST members as a model for the type of program that should be available to all Canadians.  In 2013 Tarion clarified that if radon is found in homes in significant amounts, it would be covered by their home warranty coverage.  This means that any home built in the last 7 years will be covered by a Tarion warranty, the cost of a mitigation system will be covered by Tarion if the radon levels in the home are above Health Canada’s reference level.  What better way to approach new (or past) clients than by informing them of advantages they may not even be aware of!

    Interested in learning more about how the Tarion Home Warranty program relates to radon, and how you can use it to increase your radon business?  Join us for our upcoming webinar: Your Tarion Toolkit.  CARST is pleased to be welcoming Tarion, who will be joining us October 27th at 9:30 am to explain all the ins and outs of their warranty coverage.  We’ll also present customizable material that you can use to approach potential clients, and educate them on how to use Tarion to protect their family’s health.

    Also upcoming for Radon Action Month: C-NRPP is developing new material about mitigation systems for use in advertisements, Twitter and Facebook posts, etc.  Watch the members only section of our website, where you can download this and other material free of charge.

    A reminder also about the “Unmasking the Faces of Lung Cancer” campaign.  We introduced this concept in our July newsletter, but we encourage you once again to reach out to anyone who has been touched by lung cancer and let them know about this campaign.  Stories may be contributed online or via email at info@carst.ca.

    In short, there are plenty of ways to “Take Action” this November!

    Update on Real Estate Document

    CARST has been working on a Real Estate Testing Guideline, and as such we have been in discussions with Health Canada and various other groups on what this guideline should look like.  At the 2017 CARST Conference, the draft version of this document was presented and circulated for input.  This document was just a draft and is not a current CARST working document or a C-NRPP guideline or protocol.  

    We wanted to take this time to update our professionals on the progress of this document.  We have identified some significant changes required, including changes to the language, and are in the process of re-drafting.  We are taking time during this process to ensure that it is a clear, well thought-out document that protects public health and will continue to advocate that homeowners base a decision to mitigate on a long-term test, but will provide some framework for those homeowners who would like a radon screening for a home during a real estate transaction.  We anticipate that we will have a new draft version of the document ready in the next few months.

    C-NRPP currently has a statement on Short Term Testing. 

    WANT YOUR AD TO APPEAR HERE?

    CARST is now adding ads to our Monthly Newsletter.  This is available for a fee, or first two ads are free for our Gold and Silver Members.  

    Click here to find out more about being a member.


    Call to Action:

    Upcoming Events:

    Introduction to Radon: Complimentary Breakfast Session– several locations, dates and times

    Webinar: Tarion Toolkit

    6th BC Radon Workshop - Collaborative and Innovative Approach to Radon Issues

    What's Trending:

    How to log-in to your CARST Member Profile?

    Look for the blue icon on the top right corner. Click it and select, "edit profile".

    Join us in Ottawa, 

    April 22-24 2018.

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  • 18 Oct 2017 12:36 PM | Pam Warkentin (Administrator)

    2017 septembre 



    Un message du président


    Septembre a déjà cogné à nos portes avec ses nuits fraîches et le retour à l’école. L’été s’achève et nous nous préparons pour un automne bien productif. Comme nous le savons tous, la saison froide est synonyme de chauffage, et devient ainsi le meilleur moment pour mesurer le radon dans les habitations. Le défi, par contre, reste toujours la sensibilisation au radon et l’augmentation du nombre de mesures.

    Chaque année, alors qu’arrive la saison de la mesure du radon, nous nous creusons les méninges pour trouver des idées nouvelles et innovantes pour sensibiliser la population. Toutefois, il devient bon de revenir aux bases, et de nous rappeler ce qui a bien fonctionné par le passé et de l’appliquer dans le futur. Comme observer nos différents clients, comprendre ce qui les a motivés à demander une mesure ou une atténuation du radon et à faire appel à leurs pairs.

    Pour y parvenir, l’ACSTR est heureuse de vous présenter un nouveau webinaire : Créer sa propre campagne de sensibilisation au radon (Build Your Own Radon Awareness Campaign). Notre premier webinaire, qui traitait des réseaux sociaux, a reçu une bonne réponse en août dernier. Notre prochain webinaire vise à vous familiariser quant à la sensibilisation au radon en vous guidant à travers les différentes étapes avec des professionnels qui nous partagent certaines de leurs meilleures idées.

    À la fin du webinaire, vous aurez déterminé votre clientèle cible, comment la joindre et où trouver les ressources nécessaires pour obtenir de l’aide en chemin. N’attendez plus! Inscrivez-vous au webinaire (en anglais) dès aujourd’hui et commencez la saison des mesures du radon du bon pied.





    Événements à venir

    MESURE DU RADON - MONTREAL SEPTEMBRE

    ATTÉNUATION DU RADON - SEPTEMBER 

    Pour obtenir plus de renseignements sur les différents comités de l’ACSTR ou pour vous inscrire en ligne, visitez le site de l’ACSTR. Non seulement aurez-vous la possibilité de contribuer à l’industrie du radon et de travailler avec des professionnels de partout au pays, mais un engagement au sein d’un comité de l’ACSTR compte également comme des crédits de formation continue.

     

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  • 18 Oct 2017 12:33 PM | Pam Warkentin (Administrator)

    September 2017 



    President's Message

    September 2017 


    It’s September, and as the nights get cooler and the students return to school, we leave summer behind and gear up for a productive fall season.  As we all know, the heating season is the best time to test for radon.  The challenge, of course, is to promote radon awareness and increase testing.

    Each year, as the radon testing season comes around, we find ourselves brainstorming new and improved promotion ideas.  However, sometimes it’s best to return to the basics.  To remember what has worked in the past and apply it to the future.  To look at our client base, understand what motivated them to test or mitigate, and reach out to their peers.

    To this end, CARST is pleased to offer a new webinar: Build Your Own Radon Awareness Campaign.  Our inaugural webinar dealt with social media, and met with good success this past August.  With our next webinar, we aim to take the mystery out of radon promotion by walking through the process step by step with professionals sharing some of their successful ideas.

    By the end of the webinar, you should have identified who your target audience is, how to reach them, and where to find the necessary resources to help you on the way.  So why wait?  Sign up for the webinartoday, and start this testing season off on the right foot. 


    Psst… Been to the CARST website lately? We’re sporting a fresh new look!  We’ve taken your feedback to heart to create a site that’s easier to navigate and contains more resources than ever; both for CARST members and for all Canadians.  Our homeowners’ pages aim to take the mystery out of radon and steer citizens to our C-NRPP professionals to test and mitigate their homes.  With links to government publications, radon in the news, videos and more; we really are Canada’s Radon Authority.

    Are you getting the most out of your membership? Login to our members-only section to access a variety of tools and resources designed to help you run and expand your radon business.  While you’re there, take a moment to update your member profile, which now includes space to list your additional qualifications to increase networking opportunities.  As ever, CARST’s strength lies in our members, and our diversity adds to our strength.  


    WANT YOUR AD TO APPEAR HERE?

    CARST is now adding ads to our Monthly Newsletter.  This is available for a fee, or first two ads are free for our Gold and Silver Members.  

    Click here to find out more about being a member.



    Call to Action:

    • Sign up for September Webinar
    • Check out the new CARST website; give feedback to CARST office
    • Log in to your CARST member profile and update Language and Skills and update it
    • Watch for an email announcement of the 2018 CARST Conference 

    Upcoming Events:

    BUILD YOUR OWN RADON AWARENESS CAMPAIGN WEBINAR

    AARST INTERNATIONAL RADON SYMPOSIUM

    MANAGING RADON RISK IN ALBERTA COMMERCIAL AND PUBLIC BUILDINGS

    C-NRPP MEASUREMENT COURSE - Winnipeg

    C-NRPP MITIGATION COURSE - Winnipeg

    What's Trending:

    CR3 News - Citizen's Radioactive Radon Reduction


    For additional information on the various CARST committees or to sign up online, please visit the CARST website.  (In CARSTs Members Section) Not only will you have a chance to contribute to the radon industry and work with professionals from across the country, but involvement in the CARST committees also counts toward your C-NRPP Professional Practice credits.


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  • 15 Aug 2017 1:19 PM | Pam Warkentin (Administrator)

    CARST Newsletter

    August 2017 

    President's Message

    August 2017 Newsletter: Unmasking the Faces of Lung Cancer

    Lack of public awareness is an all-too familiar challenge to all of us in the radon industry.  We’ve come a long way in the last 10 years, but to a great extent the general public is still by and large unaware of radon and the associated health risks.  It can be hard to answer the question “What’s radon?” over and over and not feel as though we’re running a single-handed public awareness campaign on top of running our radon businesses.

    However, for all our frustrations, there is another group of people who are even more keenly aware of the dangers of radon than we are.  Many of us have met these people in the course of our work; lung cancer victims, lung cancer survivors, and their loved ones. 

    As radon professionals, we all know the dangers posed by radon.  We know the statistics by heart and quote them frequently.  For those affected by lung cancer, the dangers of radon are more than statistics; they’re real, and they’re personal.

    For your average Canadian, “lung cancer” probably brings to mind the dangers of smoking and second-hand smoke.  Too few Canadians are aware that radon follows smoking as the second-leading cause of lung cancer, and that radon and smoking combined pose an even higher risk.  There can be no stronger advocates for radon awareness than those who have battled radon-induced lung cancer and survived.  With that in mind, CARST is pleased to be launching a new public awareness campaign; Unmasking the Faces of Lung Cancer.

    The goal of this campaign is to give those affected by lung cancer a voice, and in turn, give a face (in fact, many faces) to the dangers that most of us know only as statistics.

    For this project to succeed, CARST needs your help.  Have you met a lung cancer survivor in the course of your work?  Do you know someone who’s had their home tested or mitigated after a lung cancer diagnosis?  The project is a simple one: each participant will be asked to answer a short questionnaire, and submit a photo of themselves as one of the many faces of lung cancer.  Those who are interested may also be interviewed on camera to create a video.

    Each person who shares their story will help to gradually unmask the true face of lung cancer.  From those who “never smoked a day in their lives”, to those for whom years of smoking combined with high radon exposure proved deadly.  Victims, survivors, family members; each story becomes part of the bigger picture.

    The success of this campaign depends on your involvement.  Here is a link, to a short list of interview questions we’ve put together.

    Unmasking the Faces of Lung Cancer v3.pdf

    We encourage you to reach out to any contacts you may have either directly or by forwarding them our contact information.   They can email us a picture and the answers to the questions or they can enter the answers online on our website here.

    Finally, just in case you’re in the mood for some summer shopping, CARST has negotiated a special deal with HILTI, see details below in the Membership Discount.

    Wishing all CARST members some nice summer weather, and some well-deserved R&R. 

    Membership Discount:

    We have been able to negotiate a discount for CARST Members.  HILTI is giving us tremendous deals on some of their latest products:

    A Transporter PX 10 which precisely detects the exact entry or exit point before drilling a hole at any angle on a wall, floor or ceiling. It will also easily determine the drill bit length.

    • This retails for $1049
    • Discount price is $650.

    A Diamond Coring Motor DD-150-U which is a versatile drilling apparatus.

    • Retail price is $3449
    • Discount price is $2148.

    The Multidetector PS 50 which is a detector that can be used to instantly find rebar, metal or plastic pipes, live wire and wood, embedded in structures made of various base materials.

    • Retail price is $1989
    • Discount price is $1200

    The final option present is DD 150 HCS long life core bit.

    • Retail price is $697,
    • Discount price is $595.83.

    To take advantage of these offers, email: Juan.Valle@hilti.com and he will contact you with your local HILTI rep.

     

     C-NRPP Update:

    In April, C- NRPP gathered data from our professionals through our Mitigation Survey.  We found that of our respondents, 76% of the radon mitigations conducted are using Sub-Slab Depressurization, and 18 % are using Sump Pit Depressurization.  Also, from the radon data provided we can see that sub-slab depressurization continues to be the most effective radon mitigation method.

    We are continuing to gather information for our mitigation survey.  If you haven’t participated yet, you can complete the survey here:

    https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/6Z3K7FR

    If you are willing to share information on your mitigations for C-NRPP Research, you can use the Excel Spreadsheet to input your information and email it to: info@c-nrpp.ca.  This will provide you with 3 Professional Practice Credits.

    Mitigation Information.xlsx

     

    Call to Action:

    • Start thinking about ideas for radon awareness in November 2017 - Radon Action Month

    Upcoming Events:

    C-NRPP Measurement Course

    C-NRPP Mitigation Course

    Social Media Webinar

    AARST International Radon Symposium

    What's Trending:

    There was no clue: Woman certain radon found in basement caused her lung cancer

    Radon gas: The invisible killer lurking in Canadian building

    Is there too much radon in your home? Only 6 per cent of Canadians test for dangerous gas 

    What you should know about radon gas

    Radon monitoring in Yukon schools

    For additional information on the various CARST committees or to sign up online, please visit the CARST website.  Not only will you have a chance to contribute to the radon industry and work with professionals from across the country, but involvement in the CARST committees also counts toward your C-NRPP Professional Practice credits.

    HAPPY 150th CANADA

    So proud to be a Canadian organization working for you.

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