Multifamily Radon Measurement

Live Webinar

The Radon Live Webinar consists of one 8-hour session, from 8:30am - 5:30pm (ET). The online session allows you to attend the class from the comfort and ease of your own home, but with the real time participation for a robust interactive curriculum. The webinar has a limited number of openings to further facilitate this intimate learning experience for all students involved.

This 8-Hour class includes AARST-NRPP Workbook (required for Add-on Certificate) and ANSI-AARST Standard. Must be NRPP-certified in radon measurement to earn the Advanced Certificate. Radon testing in multifamily buildings has gained increasing importance since a 2013 HUD policy change requiring testing them for radon if HUD-financed. The policy specifically cites the ANSI-AARST Standard on testing multifamily buildings. This class focuses on the “ANSI-AARST Standard: Protocol for Conducting Radon and Radon Decay Product Measurements in Multifamily Buildings” and is intended to help to educate you on the standard and the HUD requirements. It will also prepare you for the new AARST-NRPP add-on certification. This add-on will distinguish measurement professionals who have training and expertise in this specialized field. Testing protocol specific to multifamily buildings will be emphasized to help the radon professional perform a critically important and legally sensitive regimen that is integral to the ownership and property transfer of HUD-financed multifamily residences.

Webcam and microphone are required for the class.

About the Instructor: Shannon Cory

Shannon Cory is the owner of 5 Star Environmental Services LLC. and has been performing residential inspections in the metro Atlanta areas since 1998. Most of Shannon’s success has been his innovative reporting methods, marketing techniques, and continuing education programs. Shannon is a member of several trade organizations and holds multiple certifications. In January 2020, Mr. Cory was awarded the John E. Cox Award for exemplary contributions to the American Society of Home Inspectors (ASHI) chapters.