Canadian Association of Radon Scientists and Technologists

Helping Canadians Reduce Radon Risk

Conference 2014


CARST 2014

CARST 2014 focussed on radon issues with respect to how radon effects us in Home, School and Work Environment.


Presentations included information on risk assessment, current radon awareness initiatives, work in Quebec with radon policies and initiatives and school mitigations; work in Ontario with regards to radon awareness and building codes.  


The quality of speakers was remarkable and the value of interactions among the attendees was motivating and we are looking forward to hearing your feedback on what you would like for next year.


We are currently deciding on the location and time for next year's conference we will keep you posted once a decision is made.


Here are some pictures from the conference:

24 photo(s) Updated on: 26 May 2014
  • Spouse Program - Trip to CN Tour
  • Alan Whitehead sharing about "Combining Forces for Change"
  • Kelley Bush keeping us up to date on "Health Canada's National Radon Program"
  • Connie Choy from ON Lung Association sharing on "Experiences of ON Lung's Radon Awareness Campaign"
  • Don Pinchin helping us look to the future with his presentation on "Moving Industry Forward - Will the Radon Mitigation Industry Grow and Why"
  • CARST 2014 - Enjoying the Evening Out at Woodbine - getting ready to place bids?
  • Bill and Carolyn (both AARST past-presidents) enjoying the Evening Out at Woodbine.
  • Trudy giving her pre-Conference workshop on "Lessons Learned"
  • Philip Wong from Algoma Health Unit sharing his work and experiences on the Radon Educational Toolkit.
  • CARST 2014 - Bob Wood(CARST) and Peter Hendricks (NRPP, AARST) talking about the C-NRPP. The next day they announced, C-NRPP will be taken over by CARST June 1.
  • Luc and Ken at the Wine and Cheese
  • CARST 2014 - Wine and Cheese - some of the Pinchin crew
  • CARST 2014 - Wine and Cheese - Annick and some 'radon boys'
  • Tara Barrows getting the conference off to a great start as she speaks at the Wine and Cheese Sunday evening.
  • Tara Barrows charming the crowd and the Wine and Cheese Sunday evening

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