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About AARST-NRPPprofessionals group small Certification
AARST-NRPP consists of more than 3,000 radon professionals, who are dedicated to saving lives by reducing radon. In addition to spearheading policy and standards initiatives designed to open new markets and business opportunities, AARST-NRPP is committed to inspiring public confidence in the integrity and professionalism of AARST-NRPP radon professionals. Recognized as the nation’s leading certification program for radon professionals, the National Radon Proficiency Program (NRPP) provides radon professionals the opportunity to become certified in measurement, mitigation and as radon laboratories. NRPP certification is an ongoing effort that requires documented evidence of expertise and performance, representing a high level of skill, knowledge and professionalism.

ARST-NRPP is a non-profit, professional organization of members who are dedicated to the highest standard of excellence and ethical performance of radon measurement, radon mitigation and transfer of radon information for the benefit of members, consumers and the public at large.

Certification Compliance

Certified professionals abide by and are held accountable to the NRPP Code of Ethics and must meet Continuing Education requirements to maintain their certification. The program operates under the supervision of an independent Policy Advisory Board, comprised of members of the AARST-NRPP Board of Directors.

Board Of Directors

The Board consists of all Officers, Nationally Elected Directors and Local Chapter Presidents. Board members are members in good standing of the Association. Officers and Nationally Elected Directors are elected by the membership. The Board meets each year. Monthly by Phone conference and twice a year in person. Attendance by Nationally Elected members of the Board at all meetings is expected.

 Policy Advisory Board
The NRPP Policy Advisory Board (PAB) is an independent board authorized by the AARST to develop and recommend policies and procedures to the AARST Board for the NRPP credentialing program, within parameters necessary to insure the legal operation of the program. Both the AARST Board and the PAB are committed to fairness, access, balance and transparency in the formulation of policy and the implementation of policy related to personnel accreditation.The PAB recommends procedures for the review of initial and continuing education courses, instructors, measurement SOPs, mitigation SOPs, testers, radon mitigators, radon and radon decay product measurement devices, radon labs, and chambers. The PAB is made up of a cross-section of stakeholder interests in an effort to achieve fairness and balance in the development of policy. NRPP’s Steering Committee and Staff are responsible for preparing support material as needed to render decisions by the NRPP PAB and to implement promulgated credentialing policies fairly and equitably.
AARST Code of Ethics

These principles are intended to aid members of the American Association of Radon Scientists and Technologists (AARST), individually and collectively, in maintaining a professional level of ethical conduct. Members should recognize this standard as a set of dynamic principles guiding their business conduct. It is a guideline for professional responsibility by which they may determine the propriety of their conduct in relationships with colleagues, with members of other professions, and with the public. Any member found in breach of this Code is subject to disciplinary action, which may include expulsion. This is a living document and, as such, shall be reviewed for content and applicability by the AARST Ethics Committee on an annual basis.



American National Radon Standards

AARST_ANSI_DEVEL_LOGO_LG-1The AARST Consortium on National Radon Standards is a standards development program accredited by the American National Standards Institute (ANSI), the coordinating agency in the United States for national consensus standards.   The Consortium utilizes a recognized consensus standard development process to develop American National Standards for radon.  It is managed by an independent Executive Stakeholders Committee and Chair that oversee stakeholder committees representing 12 stakeholder groups, committees and subcommittees.  The decision-making process of the consortium is based on published bylaws and procedures as well as public review, internal audits and final ANSI approval. Learn more.

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