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The National Radon Safety Board (NRSB) proudly announces that our exams have been officially approved by the State of New Jersey's Department of Environmental Protection Radiation Protection Element. If you are eager to obtain certification as a Radon Measurement Technician/Specialist or Radon Mitigation Specialist, take your exam through NRSB and get certified today.

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The National Radon Safety Board (NRSB) recognizes certifications for Radon Measurement Specialist, Radon Measurement Technician and Radon Mitigation Specialist issued by either NRPP or by a state radon licensure program. An NRPP or satte radonb credentialed individual may transfer their in-kind credential(s) to the NRSB certification program

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Radon Professional
Become a Certified Professional

NRSB provides certification for Measurement, Mitigation
and Laboratory & Chamber Accreditation

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All NRSB Approved CE courses
Continuing Education Credits

Find all the CE courses approved by NRSB

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Certifying radon professionals for over 20 years!

NRSB certification is formal recognition of professional excellence based on qualifications, high ethical standards, and continuing education in radon services.

In today’s competitive environment, industry training providers and industry professionals need to be recognized for their knowledge and expertise.

We believe that the quality of the nation’s radon programs depends upon confidence in the integrity of its’ certification process. The National Radon Safety Board (NRSB) stands alone in its’ ability to provide this confidence.

The NRSB provides recognizable conformance to quality and confidence in the radon industry.

Above: These are paid advertisements. NRSB does not take any responsibility for representation or the views of their advertising agents.

NRSB is Providing Certification Services for Radon Professionals

For Professionals

How To Get Certified
Learn more about getting certified with the NRSB.
Certification is the mark of excellence!
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Renew Your Certification
Its simple!
NRSB approved CE courses will only be accepted.
Check here for information on renewing »

For Consumers

Frequently Asked Questions
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Find a Professional
Find a NRSB certified professional in your area.
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When fulfilling your CEU’s make sure you take
courses that are NRSB approvedView the courses here »

Check our site for upcoming events, conferences, symposiums and more! These events may count as CE credits. Don’t miss out on networking and education.

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NRSB New & Noteworthy for 2024

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NRSB Recognized Radon Standards

The NRSB recognizes all ANSI/AARST radon standards as an alternative to the previously recognized radon standards established by the EPA and ASTM. An NRSB certificate holder must follow the standards recognized by the state in which they are conducting business and their QA plan must list the standards that are being followed.   Below is…