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  • Course No E – 1309
  • PDH Units 4.00

Course No E - 1309
PDH Units 4.00

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  • Course No E – 1309
  • PDH Units 4.00

Course No E - 1309
PDH Units 4.00

Intended Audience: Construction, Architectural, Environmental, Mechanical, Civil Engineer


Radon is a colorless, odorless gas that is a primary cause of lung cancer in the US. Customers rely on industry professionals to design and construct high quality, safe structures, free of the hazards of radon gas infiltration. This can be easily accomplished by utilizing a handful of simple construction practices, along with commonly used building materials.

Learning Objectives

At the successful conclusion of this course, you’ll be able to identify and discuss:
  • Overview of Radon Gas and it's risks
  • EPA map of Radon Gas Zones
  • Radon Gas Means of Entry
  • Radon Resistant Home Features
  • Liability issues
  • List of Zone I Counties
  • Radon Gas Preventive Measures
  • Radon Gas Mitigation Measures
  • Foundation/Subgrade Design
  • Soil Gas Collection and Venting
  • Post-Occupancy Testing

Join us this Thursday afternoon for a special Engineering Structure webinar:
Dos & Don’ts In Steel And Connection Design.
Starts 2pm ET

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PDH Source engineering courses & live webinars meet NCEES Guidelines for Professional Engineer licenses renewal in all 50 states.

PDH Source will refund your money if the PDH credits you earn are rejected by your state board for any reason.

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