There are various radon stakeholders active in awareness activities in most provinces. Click on a province to see details.
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A variety of stakeholder groups are running radon-related initiatives from coast to coast. (Want your information listed? Contact us at: firstname.lastname@example.org)
Stakeholder Meeting Notes:
TAOR – Stakeholders Meeting Sept-Oct 2019, we have summarized all provinces into one presentation.
Click here for minutes from our TAOR Stakeholder Meeting May 2019 – notes
Click here for minutes from our Take Action on Radon, Campaign Summary Meeting – January 15, 2019
We presented a webinar on October 25 to share our ideas for our national Radon Action Month; check out the webinar here or download a pdf of the presentation slides – TAOR October 25 Launch Meeting.
Canadian National Radon Proficiency Program
The Canadian National Radon Proficiency Program (C-NRPP) is a certification program that establishes guidelines and provides training and resources radon professionals.
Radon Workplace Challenge
Radon Workplace Challenge is a national program to engage workplaces in radon testing.
Canadian Environmental Law Association
The Canadian Environmental Law Association is in the process of doing a policy review on radon across Canada.
National Collaborating Centre for Environmental Health
NCCEH is an indispensable online resource for environmental health practitioners and policy-makers across Canada, focused on health risks associated with the physical environment and identifying evidence-based interventions to mitigate those risks.
Donna Schmidt Lung Cancer Prevention Society
In 2010 the Society was organized as a tax exempt charity and receives donations in support of the Society’s objective to reduce lung cancer from home and workplace radon exposure.
Canadian Association of Radon Scientists and Technologists
The Canadian Association of Radon Scientists and Technologists (CARST) is a national association that works to raise radon awareness and reduce radon risk across Canada through an annual conference, membership resources and a regular newsletter.
Radiation Safety Institute of Canada
The Radiation Safety Institute of Canada was founded as an independent, non-partisan, non-governmental body to promote safety in relation to radiation exposure in the workplace and in homes, schools and the environment. Its founding was a direct, independent response to the human disaster in the Elliot Lake uranium mines, where healthy miners had been exposed to excessive amounts of a common radioactive gas (called radon) in the underground mining environment.