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What you need to know about radon

Dec 10, 2018 ...What you need to know about radon Radon is found in almost every house, but concentration levels vary from one house to another, even if they are similar and next door to each other. The Canadian Forces Housing Agency applies established Canadian guidelines to help manage indoor air quality in your home and takes action to reduce radon levels in your

Environment and workplace health consultations

Jun 28, 2019 ... Noise Radiation Radon Water Quality Workplace Hazardous Materials Information System Find more information on the departmental consultation activities. Air Quality Health Canada seeks to address the risk to health posed by indoor and outdoor air pollutants. Comments should be forwarded to the Air Quality Divisions. For our records, and in order to contact you

Publications – Health risks and safety

Apr 28, 2019 ... of Ultrasound: Part I - Medical and Paramedical Applications (excerpt from Safety Code 23, 1989) Laser Hair Removal - Safety Guidelines for Facility Owners and Operators (FPTRPC) Radiation Protection and Quality Standards in Mammography - Safety Procedures for the Installation, Use and Control of Mammographic X-ray Equipment: Safety Code 36 Radon Take Action on Radon

Health Canada

Jul 4, 2019 ...-of-package labelling Consultation on the Prescription Drug List: Fluticasone propionate All related consultations Open data Licensed Natural Health Products 2013 National Radon Awareness Survey Canada Vigilance Adverse Reaction Online Database Recalls and Safety Alerts All related open data Statistics Drug and Alcohol Use Statistics Tobacco Use Statistics Statistical

Science subjects

May 30, 2019 ..., radiation, tritium and radon. Polar and Northern science The science of ice and snow, northern land and marine research, arctic geology and polar research. Space science Astronauts, life in space, satellites, the Northern Lights, the International Space Station and more. Materials, manufacturing and construction science Science and innovation in manufacturing

Mehdi Ghobadi

Jul 13, 2019 .... M. Ghobadi, L. Zhou, “Thermal insulation of radon stack systems to avoid freezing”, 7th International Building Physics Conference, Sep 23-26, Syracuse, New York, USA. M. T. Boroojerdi, E. Bailey, M. Ghobadi, R. Taylor, “Experimental Study on Shear Strength of FreezeBonds in Freshwater Ice”, Arctic Technology Conference (ATC) 2016, October 24-26, St. John’s

Housing research summary for 2017

May 30, 2019 ... rates Radon control in Canadian homes Testing the removal of formaldehyde by wall and ceiling panels Climate change Climate-Resilient Buildings and Core Public Infrastructure initiative Updating code climatic data and loads Improving the durability of building systems and materials Protecting homes from wildland fire Improving flood resilience Preventing

2019-20 Departmental Sustainable Development Strategy: Health Canada

Jun 5, 2019 ... ventilation, available through Performance Indicator By March 31, 2020, 100% of planned federal air quality health assessments, guidance documents, guidelines, and standards will be published or distributed externally. Departmental Action 3 Provide information to inform action and decision making related to indoor radon exposure. How Health Canada

Nuclear science

Mar 12, 2019 ...Nuclear science Scientific and technical resources on nuclear energy, uranium, radiation, tritium and radon. Services and information Nuclear energy and uranium Scientific and technical reports on the nuclear sector, including health and nuclear waste disposal studies. Production and use of uranium and nuclear energy Nuclear energy technologies in Canada

Renovating for energy efficiency | Natural Resources Canada

May 29, 2019 ..., it can cause health risks if it is inhaled. For more information visit the Health Canada website. Radon Radon is a naturally occurring radioactive gas that is colourless, odourless and tasteless. It is formed from the radioactive decay of uranium, a natural material found in some soil, rock and groundwater. When radon is released into the outdoor air, it gets

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