Reduce the risk of lung cancer by testing for radon gas
The Radon Action Challenge is a free, ready-made, health and safety program that challenges workplaces to test for radon gas and to educate employees.
Registration for the 2016/2017 Radon Action Challenge is now closed. Thank you to all of our participants! For more information on radon or the Radon Action Challenge, get in touch at firstname.lastname@example.org
How it Works
Register online for the challenge and we’ll send you a toolkit with easy instructions, educational materials and a free radon test kit!
Inform employees about radon. You can share resources from the toolkit, join a free webinar, or host a Lunch and Learn session (we provide all the materials you need).
Test your workplace for radon during the winter months using your free test kit. Or, hold a draw and offer the test kit to a lucky employee for home testing.
Registration for the 2016/2017 Radon Action Challenge is now closed. Thank you to all of our participants!
Participating workplaces will benefit from their visible commitment to a healthy work environment.
There is no registration fee.
Each workplace will receive a toolkit with easy and detailed instructions, educational materials, and a free radon test kit (shipping and analysis included).
Simply set up your test kit, leave it in place during the winter months, and send it to a lab for analysis.
Supports Healthy Workplaces
Free to Participate
Testing is Easy
The Radon Action Challenge was created in partnership by Pollution Probe and the Canadian Partnership for Children’s Health and Environment (CPCHE).
Questions? We’d love to hear from you at email@example.com!
Past participants include:
- Ahmadiyya Muslim Community
- Canadians for A Safe Learning Environment
- Congregation Darchei Noam
- DeMarco Allan LLP
- Great-West Life
- Green Ink Communications
- Morgan Meighen & Associates
- North York Family Medicine Centre
- Portico Timber Frames
- Singh Lab, McMaster University
- YWCA Muskoka