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Validating technologies that provide clean and safe indoor air

https://nrc.canada.ca/en/stories/construction-innovation/validating-technologies-provide-clean-safe-indoor-air

Aug 30, 2019 ... material emission evaluation methods and criteria—We will help industry evaluate material emissions beyond the currently limited range of compounds, and develop evaluation techniques that are faster and more cost effective for industry. Design guides and technologies that minimize the likelihood of radon entry into buildings—We will assist manufacturers of radon

Contact us — Radon — Radiation Protection Bureau — Health Canada

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Aug 13, 2018 ...Radon Radiation Health Assessment Division Radiation Protection Bureau Health Canada 775 Brookfield Road A.L. 6302D Ottawa, Ontario K1A 1C1 E-mail: hc.radon.sc@canada.ca Telephone: 613-946-6384 or 613-948-3232 Teletypewriter: 1-800-465-7735 (Service Canada) Regional Contacts Atlantic Region E-mail: hc.radon.atlantic.sc@canada.ca Telephone: 902-426-6747

Renovating for energy efficiency | Natural Resources Canada

https://www.nrcan.gc.ca/energy-efficiency/energy-efficiency-homes/how-can-i-make-my-home-more-ener/renovating-energy-efficiency/20569

Sep 5, 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

Health studies - Canadian Nuclear Safety Commission

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Aug 14, 2019 ... cancer in regions affected by the Chernobyl accident. The findings in these reports are based on approximately 30 years of follow-up. Low radon exposures and lung cancer risk: joint analysis of the Czech, French, and Beaverlodge cohorts of uranium miners (Journal article) It is well established that high radon exposures increase the risk of lung cancer mortality

Supplementary Information Tables 2017-2018 : Health Canada

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Aug 28, 2019 ... are vulnerable to the health impacts of air pollution. Health Canada also worked to address health risks related to indoor air quality, including the developing of health assessments, conducting research, providing expertise, and preparing outreach campaigns to raise awareness about health risks associated with radon. The Department worked with federal partners

Low radon exposures and lung cancer risk: joint analysis of the Czech, French, and Beaverlodge cohorts of uranium miners - Canadian Nuclear Safety Commission

http://www.nuclearsafety.gc.ca/eng/resources/research/technical-papers-and-articles/2019/low-radon-exposures-and-lung-cancer-risk.cfm

May 6, 2019 ...Low radon exposures and lung cancer risk: joint analysis of the Czech, French, and Beaverlodge cohorts of uranium miners Abstract of the journal article published in International Archives of Occupational and Environmental Health Date of publication: January 23, 2019 Author: Rachel S. D. Lane Canadian Nuclear Safety Commission Author(s): Ladislav Tomášek

Geochemical Survey Page

https://geochem.nrcan.gc.ca/cdogs/content/svy/svy210423_e.htm

Nov 14, 2019 ... carried out to dermine the usefulness of helium and radon in lakes and groundwaters for uranium exploration. The main objectives were: To observe the difference in He signal in waters over the ore deposit relative to barren country To test a semiportable He analyzer under field conditions To compare Rn, U and He levels obtained in summer versus those in winter

Publications – Health risks and safety

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Apr 28, 2019 ...Publications – Health risks and safety On this page Radiation Radon Safety Codes Guidelines Biosecurity Elder abuse Family violence Foodborne illness Environmental contaminants Radiation Depleted Uranium InLight®OSL Dosimeter Summary of Port Hope Health Studies Occupational Radiation Exposures in Canada Federal Nuclear Emergency Plan Part 1: Master Plan

Health Canada - Working for Canadians

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Sep 4, 2019 ... the health effects of cannabis. Your cannabis questions, answered! Partnering with Drug Free Kids Canada to create Cannabis Talk Kit Learn about Health Canada's partnership with Drug Free Kids Canada to create the Cannabis Talk Kit, a helpful guide for parents on how to talk to young people about cannabis. Take Action on radon Radon is the second leading cause

List of Analysed Quantities

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Nov 14, 2019 ... Osmium 0146 Element 6 C Carbon 11720 0147 Oxide Nb2O3 Nb2O3 0148 Inferred N_oxygen Oxygen atom count 0149 Grain Count Hem_grey Hematite (grey) 87 0150 Grain Count Hem_red Hematite (red) 87 0151 Gravimetric Density Density 712 0152 Element 86 Rn Radon 1456 0153 Ratio SRP Soil Radon Potential 546 0154 Gaseous Perm Soil Gas Permeability 546 0155 Count Count

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