The National Laboratories, located in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan is an in-house centre of scientific excellence and one of the Radiation Safety Institute of Canada’s key competitive advantages.
Part of the vibrant Innovation Place research park, the National Laboratories is situated on 80 acres adjacent to the University of Saskatchewan, and draws on Innovation Place’s strengths in agriculture, information technology, and environmental and life sciences.
The National Laboratories is the only facility in Canada licensed by the Canadian Nuclear Safety Commission (CNSC) to carry out radon progeny dosimetry for uranium mine workers.
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Tim Armstrong, Chair of the Board of Directors of the Radiation Safety Institute of Canada, is pleased to announce the upcoming Toronto event marking the dedication of the Institute’s National Laboratories in honour of the Institute’s late President and CEO, Dr. Fergal Nolan.read more
Radiation Safety Institute of Canada supports the initiative taken by the Canadian Cancer Society to provide free radon tests to Vancouver islanders and encourages British Columbia residents to take this opportunity and to get their homes tested.read more
Chair Tim Armstrong, Board of Directors and Steve Horvath, President of the Radiation Safety Institute of Canada are pleased to announce the upcoming event of the dedication of the Institute’s National Laboratories in Saskatoon in honor of its late President and CEO, Dr. Fergal Nolan.read more