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Canadian Association of Radon Scientists and Technologists

Helping Canadians Reduce Radon Risk

CARST Presentations

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Monday Sessions:

 

Overview of the BC Lung Association and RadonAware Program

 

Genone Instability is Breathtaking: The Effects of Alpha Radiation Exposure on
DNA at a Molecular Level and Consequences to Cell Health

 

Bronchoscopic Innovations for Diagnosis of Early Lung Cancer

 

Public Health Policy for Radon in Canada

 

Radon Exposure and Risk of Lung Cancer in Canada

 

Update on Health Canada's Radon Program

 

CARST Annual General Meeting

 

Politics 101 - Queens Park

 

Radon Risk Management in the Workplace

 

Dynamic Radon Detection Over Measurement

 

Alternative Approaches to SubSlab Depressurization in Reducing Radon Levels
in Commercial and Institutional Buildings while Controlling Energy Costs

 

C-NRPP Update

 

Take Action on Radon Update

 

Tuesday Sessions: 

 

Experience with Different Approaches to Involve the Citizen and Building Professional in Radon Protection in Austria

 

An Overview of the European Radon Association

 

Alert But Don't Alarm

 

The UK Radon Association: The Development of an Active and Valuable
Industry

 

How Politics May Affect the Health Awareness and Behaviour of a Population, Reducing Radon Induced Cancer in Norway

 

Mitigation Surveys We Realized Through our Quebec Lung Association

 

The Interior Health Daycare Sampling Experience

 

Educating School Personnel and Testing Alaska's Schools for Radon

 

 

A Review of Radon Law and Policy in Canada

 

Revising Canada's Radon Guideline

 

NRC Helps Integrating Radon Technology into the National Building Code



Improving Radon Requirements in the BC Building Code

 

Regions Breakout Working Groups 

 

 

 

 

Scott McDonald, BC Lung Association

 

Aaron Goodarzi, Canada Research Chair in Genome Damage and Instability Disease 

 

Pierre Lane, BC Cancer Agency

 

Tom Kosatsky, BC Centre for Disease Control

 

Sandra Kruecki, Canadian Cancer Society BC

 

Kelley Bush and Deepti Bijlani, Health Canada

 

 

 

Steve Mahoney, Radiation Safety Institute

 

Winnie Cheng, Health Canada

 

Gregory Jean, AYKOW France

 

Jim Bagley, Levelton Consultants

 

 

Pam Warkentin, C-NRPP

 

Roshini Kassie, NB Lung Association

 

                   

 

Angelika Kunte, National Radon Centre of Austria

 

 

James McLaughlin, European Radon Association

 

Rebecca Coates, propertECO

 

Martin Freeman, propertECO

 

 

Gunn-Berit Neergard, GEM Radon Detectors

 

 

Mathieu Brossard, Santé Canada

 

Greg Baytalan, Interior Health Authority, BC

 

Arthur Nash, University of Alaska, Fairbanks and Jim Burkhart, University of Colorado- Colorado Springs

 

Kathleen Cooper, Canadian Environmental Law Association

 

Lisa Gue, David Suzuki Foundatioin

 

Liang Grace Shou and Frank Lohmann, National Research Council of Canada

 

Zachary May, Building and Safety Standards Branch, Government of BC

 

Anne-Marie Nicol and Pam Warkentin, CARST 

 

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