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20th National Radon Forum

The 20th National Radon Forum is being held on Thursday 2nd November 2023.The Radon Council will be present with two of our members speaking about the recent updates to BRE 211 of which The Radon Council has been heavily involved with.

Come and find us as we are always ready for a chat.

2023 National Radon Forum – booking link

UK Health Security Agency (UKHSA)Radiation, Chemical and Environmental Hazards Directorate, Chilton, Didcot, Oxfordshire  OX11 0RQ

The UK Radon Symposium

The UK Radon Symposium is being held on 23rd March 2023 at the Crowne Plaza Hotel, Reading. This biennial event is hosted by the UK Radon Association and brings together both public and private sector organisations to share the latest news, views and regulatory information relating to the control of radon gas in indoor environments. With revised radon potential maps having been released in December 2022, we are delighted to have speakers from both the UK Health Security Agency (UKHSA) and BRE talking about the implications of the new maps for existing buildings and new developments. The Principal Specialist Inspector for Radiation at the Health & Safety Executive will also be speaking about HSE’s campaign to tackle non-compliance in schools and the regulator’s current policies in dealing with radon in the workplace. This year, the International Radon Measurement Association is also running a half-day workshop focusing on radon testing for workplaces the preceding day including ideas of creating a new protocol for the UK on this. 
There will also be a networking event in the evening of the 22nd. Tickets are available from <>, where you can also view the full programme. 

The 4th International Conference “RADON IN THE ENVIRONMENT 2023″ will be held in Kraków (Poland) from 22nd to 26th May, 2023. Please save the date and register using the following link:


19th National Radon Forum 

Thursday 3rd November 2022

Location: UK Health Security Agency (UKHSA), Radiation, Chemical and Environmental Hazards Directorate,
Chilton, Didcot, Oxfordshire  OX11 0RQ. 

This year’s forum will update stakeholders on various aspects of radon, including:

  • The revised radon potential map
  • Building mitigation
  • National Radon Action Plan

There will also be an option to tour the UKHSA radon calibration/validation/inter-comparison facility or to attend a ‘Radon Basics’ presentation.

Follow the link below to book a place:

2022 National Radon Forum – booking link

Invitation for posters and short presentations: What are you doing to promote radon awareness or action?

If you would like to bring a poster or give a short presentation, please let the Radon Group know (there are limited places).

European Radon Association

The European Radon Association (ERA) holds regular events. We publicise these events on our News page, and details are available on the ERA website.

Course booking Terms and Conditions

  1. All course fees are payable in full at time of reservation unless agreed otherwise.
  2. A refund of 60% of the amount paid will be made in the event of receipt of written cancellation at least FOUR weeks prior to the date of the course. No refund can be made on cancellation thereafter.
  3. If a candidate cannot attend the course on the agreed date, the candidate may be able to attend the next identical course. If they miss this next identical course, they cannot attend another without the payment of course fees. 
  4. Substitution of delegates (from the same company/firm) can be made at any time prior to the start of the course.
  5. In the event that a course is oversubscribed, The Radon Council reserves the right to place candidates on the course as the course fee is paid. When the course is full, the remaining candidates will be moved to the next suitable course. 
  6. All course documentation is provided solely for the private training and study purposes of individual delegates. Copyright is reserved on all material prepared and provided by The Radon Council.
  7. The Radon Council reserves the right to make any alterations to course arrangements necessitated by circumstances beyond its control.