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Canadian Association of Radon Scientists and Technologists

Helping Canadians Reduce Radon Risk

  • For Homeowners
  • Controlling Radon in New Canadian Construction (CRNCH)

Controlling Radon in New Canadian Construction (CRNCH)

  • 18 Jan 2019
  • 9:00 AM - 4:00 PM (PST)
  • Burnaby, BC
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C-NRPP Certification Course:

Controlling Radon in New Canadian Homes (CRNCH)


January 18, 2019

Burnaby, BC


Cost:   $200 (non-members)    $175 (members)

Location: Element Vancouver Metrotown & Trattoria Burnaby, 5988 Willingdon Avenue,  Burnaby, BC V5H 2A7



Course Focus:

This course is targeted to persons who design, build or inspect new, low-rise dwellings in Canada. It provides training on how to comply with BC Building Code and National Building Code of Canada(NBC) soil gas requirements, and local building codes, to minimize the entry of radon and other soil gases plus methods on how to achieve even better performance of radon control.

The objectives of the course include;

1. Preparing you to design, supervise and build homes that have lower levels of radon.

2. Understanding the details outlined in the National Building Code (NBC), BC Building Code and referenced standards.

3. Developing a deeper understanding of the health risk that radon represents.

4. Preparing you to challenge the national C-NRPP exam for the CRNHC certification.

          

This course is essential for: Home Builders, Building Inspectors, Public Health Officials, Plumbers, Architects, Engineers, Building Designers



Course Instructor: Marcel Brascoupe


Marcel Brascoupe has many years experience working on radon mitigations in Canada.  He is one of our premier Canadian trainers and he is fluent in both English and French.  He has worked with Health Canada on designing and installing systems as part of their research projects, and he tested and fixed two First Nation communities through training and empower local workers with in the community.  He is an engaging trainer with varied experiences that he freely shares with his course participants.

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