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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“RSIC congratulates the USW for their leadership in the 1970s to force action. In addition, RSIC applauds the USW for their continued dedication to worker safety in uranium mines across Canada and for their continued support of our institute as we continue to raise awareness and perform services that help keep miners and other professionals safe. ” Steve Mahoney, President of RSIC.read more
“Good science in plain language” session explores the potential radon hazard and allows the event participants to form their own opinions, and contribute to building a comprehensive provincial radon policy.read more