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  • Radon Training for Pennsylvania Real Estate Professionals | Rutgers Office of Continuing Professional Education | Formerly Cook College
    radon gas and why one home can test at dangerously high levels when surrounding homes all test below Measuring Radon in the Home How the layout construction and appliances in a home can affect radon levels in different rooms Practical and Legal Issues of Radon in Real Estate Discuss how testing and if necessary mitigation have been routinely incorporated into real estate transactions in Pennsylvania and the entire United States Radon Resistant New Construction Learn what RRNC is and equally importantly what it is not why you may want to educate your clients to ask for it Communicating with Your Customers about Radon Radon is a proven killer yet it tends to generate far less concern than other health issues such as mold that are far less lethal We ll close with a discussion about when and how radon should be discussed with clients Funding provided by the PA Department of Environmental Protection Credits 7 Hour Elective CE units for PA Real Estate Professionals 2012 2014 Fees Registration Fee Lunch Included TBD Substitutions are permitted View cancellation policy Meals Continental breakfast and lunch will be provided to you at no additional cost NOTE If you have any dietary restrictions or

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  • Creating Healthy Environments for Children & Teachers In Schools Across New Jersey | Learn About the Work of Indoor Air Quality Expert Art Pierfy
    That s what I do and I take pride in that That hasn t gone unnoticed So impressed with Pierfy s work throughout New Jersey the EPA presented him with the 2010 National Connector Award The award is given to innovative individuals who improve indoor air quality in their own schools and help other districts do the same Pierfy 59 is among the thousands of public employees who enroll each year in the university s continuing professional education training programs to enable them to help their municipalities whittle expenses save taxpayer dollars and improve services That s especially critical in today s tight fiscal times as town halls across the state are struggling to do more with less money and manpower Art is the go to guy when you are looking for real world IAQ management solutions He has seen and heard it all working with many different designated IAQ officials throughout the state said David Breeding the Rutgers program coordinator who manages the EPA IAQ grant He views his role as more than caring for buildings it s about safeguarding and protecting the school children and their teachers The IAQ Tools For Schools program equips facility managers with the knowledge and tools to identify rectify and monitor air quality problems in schools Poor indoor air quality causes a host of health problems from sore throats fatigue irritability burning eyes and nausea as well as increased risk of spreading respiratory illness and long term issues like allergies and asthma all of which results in increased absenteeism Art is the go to guy when you are looking for real IAQ management solutions Rutgers Program Coordinator David Breeding on Art Pierfy What may be more surprising to some is that poor IAQ is also associated with lower academic performance and increased drop out rates So when facilities managers like Art Pierfy work to improve school IAQ either through increased outdoor air ventilation rates or removal of pollution sources better health is only one benefit schools also see a number of performance improvements for both children and adults from improved scores on standardized tests and increases in productivity to greater speed on school work and better concentration and recall In one study students in classrooms with higher outdoor air ventilation rates scored 14 to 15 percent better than their peers in more poorly ventilated classrooms Unfortunately when budgets are tight administrators often view school maintenance as an expense they can afford cut without impacting academics but numerous studies show otherwise That s where creative hard working municipal employees like Pierfy make a real difference Pierfy and others have organized workshops amassed training materials and implemented several successful state wide initiatives to help managers properly handle IAQ concerns He adapted a school environment IAQ checklist for assessing and addressing environmental complaints The checklist is distributed at statewide training events and many of New Jersey s 613 school districts use the document to meet their IAQ investigative needs Pierfy uses that checklist often to help

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