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How to Manage Radon in your Buildings

Course Type: Complimentary Session
Course Length: 2 hrs
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Price: 0.00


Seminar Overview

Radon is fast becoming an important issue to Canadians and for good reason. According to Health Canada, exposure to radon gas is the greatest cause of lung cancer in non-smokers. Radon can become concentrated inside buildings and the only way to know how much there is to test for it. Whether you are managing a single building or a portfolio of 1,000’s of buildings, this seminar is intended to provide a roadmap on how to test for radon and if the levels are high, how to lower them. Information on how to prioritize testing in a large portfolio of buildings is also discussed.

Who Should Attend?

  • Property Managers
  • Architects/Developers
  • Builders
  • Health & Safety professionals (Public Health Units, H&S staff of school boards etc.)
  • Building Operators

Instructor Bio

Scott Cryer, B.Sc. Hons, P.Geo.
National Practice Lead, Radon

Scott Cryer is the National Practice Lead for radon at Pinchin Ltd. A Professional Geoscientist (P. Geo) since 2004, Scott has over 25 years of experience dealing with environmental, health and safety issues. His experience includes the assessment and management of surface and sub-surface soil and groundwater contamination, asbestos, lead and radon. Scott is certified with the American National Radon Proficiency Program (NRPP) and the Canadian National Radon Proficiency Program (C-NRPP), as a radon measurement and mitigation provider. Scott serves as Vice-President with the Canadian Association of Radon Scientists and Technologists (CARST) and is actively involved with scientific and government stakeholder groups for the development of radon policy to help Canadians successfully manage radon in their buildings.

Ken Ma, B.A.E.Sc. (Calgary)
Project Manager, Hazardous Materials & Indoor Environmental Quality 

Mr. Ken Ma is a Project Manager in the Hazardous Materials and Indoor Environmental Quality (IEQ) groups and has been employed by Pinchin Ltd. since 2006. This group includes the assessment and measurement of Radon, for which Ken is the Alberta Regional Practice Leader. Ken holds an Applied Bachelor’s Degree in Environmental Science and an Arts and Science Certificate in Computer Science, both from Mount Royal University. Ken has 11 years of environmental consulting experience and has completed over 1,700 projects on behalf of Pinchin Ltd., including managing, coordinating and conducting hazardous material investigations and abatements, mould and Indoor Air Quality (IAQ) assessments and radon measurement projects for various commercial and industrial clients locally and nationally.

 
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