Good Science in Plain Language

Join us on May 1 for one-day Radon Symposium

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In collaboration with Center for Labour Management Relations of the Ted Rogers School of Management, Ryerson University and with the support of the Ontario Lung Association.

Please click here to see the Speakers’ Presentations


Did you know?

Radioactive radon gas is the second leading cause of lung cancer after smoking in Ontario.

Join us on May 1st for a day of education and open dialog on occupational and public health implications of exposure to radioactivity from radon gas.

The purpose of the event is to provide “good science in plain language” information about the potential radon hazard and allow the event participants to form their own opinions and contribute to building a comprehensive provincial radon policy.

This unique Program features experts in the field of health and safety, medical doctors, federal and provincial government representatives as well as presentations from front line workers.

The One-Day Radon Symposium will be of interest to all employers and employees, members of public, government agencies, unions, professional associations, health and safety associations, members of the provincial and municipal government, legislators, as well as radon professionals.

Don’t miss your chance to get educated and provide your input for the Ontario Radon Policy.

Details on venue and time:

1 May 2014, 8:00, Ted Rogers School of Management Conference Room 1-148, 7th Floor, 55 Dundas Street West, Toronto, ON M5G 2C5.

Registration Fee:

$50 (Coffee Breaks and Lunch are included in the fee)

Go to event’s PROGRAM PAGE or download Radon Symposium Program



To register online on Ryerson’s website please press the button below:

Or contact Maria Costa at 416 650 9090 ext 21 or by e-mail


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