Monday, January 19, 2009

National Environmental Health Association(NEHA)

The National Environmental Health Association (NEHA) is
sponsoring a 2½ day (all expenses paid) training in Washington,
DC. The training is designed to enhance your efforts to implement
radon-resistant new construction (RRNC). You will work with
EPA staff, NEHA field partners who have successfully implemented
RRNC in their communities, local code officials and builders, other
national affiliate partners, and nationally recognized instructors.
You will see specific examples of how to develop an effective, results oriented
program. And, you will develop your own comprehensive
strategy to guide you in your efforts in promoting RRNC as part
of your radon risk reduction strategy. The training will include an
extensive overview of RRNC techniques and presentations on radon
health effects, including recent research.

Applications must be received by the close of business on
Monday, January 19.

For details

R. William Field, PHD, MS

RN PROF (subscription changes) - RN LEADERS -

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