The Radon Fundamentals course has been developed to provide tribes with, an introduction to the mechanics of radon, examples of how tribes are addressing radon, and possible funding opportunities. This course does not provide radon certification.
The presentations in this course were originally developed as webinars in February and March 2016 in collaboration with US Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) Region 9 Tribal Indoor Air Quality and Health Network and staff from Spokane Tribe Department of Natural Resources, Navajo Nation EPA, Taos Pueblo Tribal Housing Office, University of Alaska Fairbanks, and the US Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD). This online course is equivalent to 0.7 continuing education units (CEUs) and requires approximately seven hours of total learning time.
After completing this online course, participants will be able to:
- Explain what radon is.
- Describe the potential health effects from exposure to
- Describe how radon enters a home.
- Recognize which radon mitigation systems are effective for
different types of building structures.
- Locate different types of testing devices available for testing
indoor radon levels.
- Locate additional training that will enable tribal staff to
become certified in radon testing and mitigate radon.
- Initiate the development of a tribal radon program.
- Locate funding sources for radon testing and mitigation.
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