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Canadian Association of Radon Scientists and Technologists

Helping Canadians Reduce Radon Risk

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  • Workplace Safety Series - Session #2: Radon in Alberta Buildings - A Management Perspective

Workplace Safety Series - Session #2: Radon in Alberta Buildings - A Management Perspective

  • 03 Nov 2020
  • 10:00 AM - 11:30 AM (MST)
  • online


Workplace Safety Series - Session #2: Radon in Alberta Buildings - A Management Perspective

When: Tuesday November 3rd, 2020
10:00 AM - 11:30 AM

Where: Zoom
Calgary, Alberta

Register online here.

Contact: Jessica McGlashing
admin@boma.ca
403-237-0559

Online registration is available until: 2020-11-03 Register online here.

Join BOMA Calgary on November 3rd for our second webinar on workplace safety and learn how to develop your own radon management program!

Panelists:

Curt LaMontagne, Principal Consultant - C5 PLUS LTD.
Pam Warkentin, Executive Director – Canadian Association of Radon Scientists and Technologists (CARST)
Colin Dumais, Founder, RadonWest Ltd

 

November is National Radon Action Month. Radon is a radioactive gas that comes from the ground and is found in almost every building, but not always in elevated levels. To this day, many property management teams and Canadians may be unaware of the risks that radon can pose to their health and to the health of their tenants.

Building on our first webinar in our Environmental Health & Safety (EH&S) series that focused on Risk Management and EH&S, our second webinar will start conversations on specific topics and provide insights into how to build management programs. This session will provide tools for building managers to build and own radon programs that are specific to their properties. It will provide management information and tips on radon management and highlight the significance of radon testing. The panelists will also provide an introduction and legal obligations around radon, highlight organizations that are available as a resource, provide a basic framework for management planning, and highlight challenges associated with radon management from a contractor’s perspective.


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