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Are you interested in becoming a certified radon measurement and/or mitigation professional?
 
Oregon Health Authority (OHA) can host a five day training class on radon measurement and mitigation with instructors from the University of Colorado's Western Radon Regional Training Center (WRRTC). Please see WRRTC's radon training page for more information on class content and associated fees.
 
Successfully passing the classes and proctored exam allows you to then apply for certification as a radon measurement and/or mitigation professional from the National Radon Proficiency Program (NRPP). A company with at least one NRPP certified professional is eligible to be added to one or both lists of local measurement and mitigation contractors on OHA website. Although we do not recommend any specific companies, we provide this list as a resource.
 
OHA does not schedule trainings until we have received enough people interested in order to make things more cost-effective for WRRTC's trainers. As of January 2017, we do not have a training scheduled. If you are interested in participating and would like to be notified of future radon trainings, please contact us and provide the following information:
 
  1. Your full contact information (mailing address, email, phone, etc.)
  2. How many people from your company would like training
  3. Whether you are interested in measurement, mitigation, or both
 
For more specific questions related to class content, use the following WRRTC contact information:

Dr. James F. Burkhart
jfburkhart@aol.com
877-723-6607