Learn new technical tips, hear from industry leaders and network with colleagues. This year's Regional Radon Conference is one you don't want to miss. The Montana Department of Environmental Quality and the Environmental Protection Agency have the great pleasure of welcoming you to this year's conference in Helena, Montana.
REGION 8 RADON CONFERENCE
March 26-27, 2020
Best Western Premier Helena Great Northern Hotel
835 Great Northern Blvd.
Complimentary registration to attend March 26, $80 per class to attend classes on March 27
The conference is brought to you by Montana, Colorado, Utah, South Dakota, North Dakota, Wyoming and EPA Region 8.
The conference will provide presentations on a myriad of radon subjects including:
- State and tribal radon activities
- Mapping of radon test results
- Radon-related health topics
- Radon measurement and mitigation
- Conference of Radiation Control Program Directors (CRCPD) and American Association of Radon Scientists and Technologists (AARST) information
- Radon in schools
Hear from keynote speakers including Wallace Akerley, M.D., Huntsman Cancer Institute, University of Utah, who will speak on radon, lung cancer, and new treatment; and Tony Ward, Ph.D., University of Montana School of Public Health & Community Health Sciences, who will speak on radon outreach and education in Montana schools.
March 26: Complimentary attendance, please register at the link on this page. This day will feature the keynote speakers and presentations listed above.
March 27: Bruce Snead and his staff from Kansas State University will host two radon classes at a cost of $80 per course, "Advanced Schools and Large Building" and "Radon Services and Contractor Opportunities." The classes are four hours of continuing education and lunch is on your own. If you stay for the full day, you can attend both classes. More information and registation: Kansas State University Radon Courses
Classes will qualify for continuing education with the National Radon Proficiency Program and the National Radon Safety Board.
Vendors will be displaying their radon-related wares and an evening social will round out day one.
Register at: RadonConference.Eventbrite.com Day One is free; whereas, a fee applies to Day Two’s radon courses (Kansas State Uiversity course offerings). You must register on both the Eventbrite link and through Kansas State University if you wish to attend both days:
March 26, complimentary: register here
March 27, fees apply: register here
More information on the conference can be found below:
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