You can’t smell it, see it or taste it but it’s the second highest cause of lung cancer. Radon gas can build up to levels that create a lung cancer risk but it’s a scientific fact that levels of radon get much worse in winter. This is because as the outside temperature reduces this affects the air pressure inside the premises which draws the gas into the building. Typically we heat the inside, close the windows and reduce air dispersal which adds to the problem.

For peace of mind, we would recommend that companies complete a radon risk as part of their risk management plans.

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