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Health Canada

Nov 22, 2019 ... 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 Profile on the Health of First Nations

Justin Berquist

Sep 20, 2019 ...Justin Berquist From: National Research Council Canada Roles and responsibilities Research Associate in the Integrated Building Performance Group focusing on Arctic systems development and radon mitigation systems testing. Current research and/or projects Arctic Building Energy Systems project ventilation system development - design, testing, performance

Radon(NBC 2010, Parts 5, 6 and 9) - National Research Council Canada

Aug 25, 2017 ...Radon(NBC 2010, Parts 5, 6 and 9)  Your browser is not equipped to play audio files. In order to hear the spoken component of the presentation below, please install the Flash Player. Frank Lohmann Team Coordinator - Housing and Small Buildings, NRC Canadian Codes Centre Slides: Title page Introduction Key Messages Outline What is Radon? Where Does Radon

Guide for Radon Measurements in Residential Dwellings (Homes)

Jun 1, 2017 ...Guide for Radon Measurements in Residential Dwellings (Homes) Table of Contents 1. Introduction 1.1 Scope and Summary 1.2 What is Radon? 1.3 Radon Guideline 2. Radon Measurement Duration 2.1 Long-Term Measurements 2.2 Short-Term Measurements 3. Radon Measurement Devices 3.1 Long-Term Alpha Track Detector 3.2 Long-Term Electret Ion Chamber 4. Units of Radon

Transfer Payment Service Standards

Nov 8, 2019 ... (holidays not included) of receipt. The target for achieving this standard is set at 95%. Completeness means that all mandatory elements of the application have been submitted. Content is not assessed at this point in the process, and the Program may request further details from applicants. Radon Outreach Contribution Program - N/A Climate Change and Health

Radiation doses - Canadian Nuclear Safety Commission

Sep 12, 2019 ... for terrestrial radiation is approximately 1.4 mSv measured in the Northwest Territories. Dose from inhalation The earth’s crust also contributes to our levels of exposure. Radon gas, which is produced by the earth, is present in the air we breathe. Radon gas naturally disperses as it enters the atmosphere from the ground. However, when radon gas enters a building

Uranium mines and mills - Canadian Nuclear Safety Commission

Sep 6, 2019 ... or territorial departments of Environment and Labour, and representatives from other federal government departments (for example, Environment Canada and Fisheries and Oceans). An example of an area the CNSC regulates is radon exposure in uranium mines and mills. The CNSC requires licensees have engineering design and control processes to remove radon to limit exposure

Analytical Suite Page

Nov 14, 2019 ... contamination from the sample can in the event that subsequent chemical analysis is required. Each sample can is completely filled with bulk (all size fractions), air dried sample material. The weight of the sample can, empty and full is recorded. The can is then sealed and stored for 21 days to allow the radon and 214Bi to reach equilibrium. [description taken from GSC

Types and sources of radiation - Canadian Nuclear Safety Commission

Sep 12, 2019 ... occur indoors as well as outdoors. Exposure through inhalation Most of the variation in exposure to natural radiation results from inhalation of radioactive gases that are produced by radioactive minerals found in soil and bedrock. Radon is an odourless and colourless radioactive gas that is produced by the decay of uranium-238. It is an inert gas, meaning

Conventional health and safety - Canadian Nuclear Safety Commission

Oct 30, 2019 ...) and incidence (1969-1999) in the Eldorado uranium workers cohort Low radon exposures and lung cancer risk: joint analysis of the Czech, French, and Beaverlodge cohorts of uranium miners In vivo animal studies help achieve international consensus on standards and guidelines for health risk estimates for chronic exposure to low levels of tritium in drinking water

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