Working together towards a common objective can have a powerful impact. The Radiation Safety Institute of Canada believes in taking a cooperative approach to research, problem solving and conflict resolution.
Over the years the Radiation Safety Institute of Canada has sought productive working relationships with individuals, communities, labour unions and governments.
Some of these relationships have developed into formal arrangements, but most are informal. If there is an activity or opportunity you or your organization would like to work on with the Radiation Safety Institute of Canada, please contact us.
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November is Radon Action Month. Radon is the leading cause of lung cancer for non-smokers. It is easy to measure and easy to fix your home if the level is over the Canadian Guideline. Now is the time for Canadians to purchase radon detector kits and place them in their homes.read more