These programs provide patrons access to borrow digital radon monitors to use as a screening tool.

Health Canada, in partnership with the Canadian Association of Radon Scientists and Technologists (CARST) and the Canadian-National Proficiency Program(C-NRPP)  have developed a Radon Monitor Lending Program Guide to ensure that libraries have adequate support, education, and resources to effectively deliver these programs.  Included with the Guide are a Radon Lending Booklet template, online follow-up survey, and resources to help libraries maintain digital monitors, ensuring they are functioning correctly.

Find more information online here.