Effective radon control is a critical component of any comprehensive indoor air quality (IAQ) management program. Attend the Technical Webinar – Reducing Radon in Schools on Wednesday, July 18, 2012, from 2 – 3:30 p.m. EDT, to learn how to manage this pollutant.
This webinar will provide an overview of the issue of radon in schools with specific technical guidance about effective radon testing and control strategies, including how to operate and install a radon mitigation depressurization system in a school. Radon experts Josh Miller and Josh Kerber from the Minnesota Department of Health, both specialists in radon control in school environments, will be featured in this webinar.
States, districts and schools may attend this webinar to:
- Learn about the risk of radon in schools and why it’s necessary to test every school for radon.
- Discover effective and practical strategies for radon testing and control, including continuous radon monitoring (CRM).
- Apply mitigation techniques, such as sub-slab depressurization and HVAC modification.
- Get answers to your technical radon questions from leading radon experts.
- Increase your understanding of how radon management fits into an integrated school environmental health program with the Framework for Effective School IAQ Management and how it helps meet the Department of Education’s Green Ribbon Schools requirements for Pillar Two – healthy school environments.
This webinar is offered at no cost to participants. Don’t miss your chance to have your questions answered by experts. Send your questions to IAQTfSConnector@cadmusgroup.com by July 11, 2012.
Please note: This webinar will last approximately 90 minutes. You will need a high-speed Internet connection and a telephone line to interact with speakers and other participants. Call-in information will be provided upon registration.