Radon Awareness -Do you know the facts? Radon in the workplace

RADON In Workplace – Get the Facts & Then Act !

Exposure to radon is the second leading cause of lung cancer in the UK, after smoking. High levels of radon can be found in any type or size of workplace. All employers are legally obliged to carry out a radon risk assessment. Radon testing is often a necessary part of this. If high radon levels are found, steps must be taken to limit employees’ exposure. Either by carrying out remedial work or restricting access.Call Earth Environmental to discuss how we can help with Radon Monitoring and Detection at your workplace https://www.earthenvironmental.co.uk/radon-monitoring-and-detection/

Radon Awareness Week 2019

Exposure to radon gas is the leading cause of lung cancer in non-smokers and is responsible for over 1100 deaths in the UK every year. High levels of radon can be found in buildings of any type, size or location with occupants unaware of the potential danger unless a specific test has been carried out.

Research published earlier this year has found that indoor radon levels are increasing due to the changes we are making to our buildings for energy efficiency purposes. This in turn will lead to an increase in the number of lung cancer deaths attributable to radon exposure.