CDC’s Environmental Public Health Tracking Network: A Focus on Radon and Related Projects
Thursday August 19, 2021 2 PM EST
Subject matter experts from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), New York State Department of Health, Minnesota Department of Health, and Wisconsin Department of Health Services will share guidance, lessons learned, and best practices for increasing radon education and outreach through CDC’s Environmental Public Health Tracking Network. This will be a virtual webinar via Zoom. REGISTER HERE
Why is radon education so important? Reducing exposure to radon is an important component in preventing lung cancer. Radon, a radioactive gas, is one of the most hazardous indoor pollutants. This naturally occurring gas is the leading cause of lung cancer among non-smokers, responsible for more than 21,000 annual deaths. According to the US EPA, radon concentrations above its action level are present in 1 of 15 buildings in the United States.
Webinar hosted by: The Conference of Radiation Control Program Directors and The American Association of Radon Scientists and Technologists. In partnership with the Environmental Protection Agency’s Indoor Environments Division.
Source: EPA Indoor Environments Division
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