It is well known the mechanism by which radon exposure increases the potential of lung cancer is alpha release from the short-lived decay products of radon and the amount of these decay products available for respiration can vary due to air circulation rates, particulate levels, etc. This course explores from a practical standpoint how radon decay products are measured and how RDP reduction can enhance soil gas remediation by reducing radon risks to very low levels.
This course was presented at the request of the Canadian Association of Radon Scientists and Technologists at its Annual Meeting in Banff, Alberta on April 23, 2017. Although provided to a Canadian audience it has application for radon professionals around the world.
Note: your name, email address and an indication of passage of this course may be shared with national or state certification agencies for verification of completion.
- Video Instruction
- Online Quizzes
- Downloadable Resources
- Downloadable Course Certificate
- 4 Category 1 CE Credits