Date(s) - 2019-11-26
8:00 am - 12:00 pm
2002 Airport Drive
Radon is responsible for 3,300 lung cancer deaths each year in Canada. It affects indoor air quality in all buildings. The exposure risk can be prevented during construction and in the way we maintain our homes and workplaces. Get the basic facts about this serious health issue.
8 am Continental breakfast
9–11 am Education seminar
11–12 noon Q & A
Coffee & tea served during seminar break
Tuesday, November 26, 2019
Saskatoon Inn, Conference Centre
2002 Airport Drive, Saskatoon, SK
Who Should Attend?
Residential builders, Commercial/Industrial Construction professionals, Building Officials, Property Managers, Architects, Developers, Lawyers, Health Professionals, Policy Makers, Realtors, Home Inspectors, Building Associations.
• Accurately explain the origins of radon and how it enters our buildings.
• Articulate health impacts of living/working in a radon-rich environment.
• Explain in detail how to best test a building for radon.
• Identify high-performance methods of ensuring that buildings maintain low levels of radon.
Organizer of TACKLE RADON EDUCATION
Radon Environmental, proud member of the Tackle Radon Team, works with The Lung Association, Saskatchewan to protect Saskatchewan residents from radon. Together we hope to empower home owners to tackle radon and prevent lung cancer: TackleRadon.ca.
About the Presenter
David Innes is Director of Sales for Radon Environmental and a certified C-NRPP measurement & mitigation professional. He provides continuing education training for CaGBC, CHBA-BC, and numerous other public and private sector organizations.