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Health and Safety in Teleworking

According to Health Canada, spending more than 4 hours a day in a room with radon concentrations higher than the Canadian standard established at 200 Bq / m3 puts health at risk.

As teleworking becomes a widespread trend, exposure to radon gas over longer periods of time increases and in addition, the risk of developing serious conditions as well.

Listen to this Radio-Canada report on the heightened risks of teleworking

Posted on November 15, 2020


Your office and that of your employees are most likely located in rooms at high risk of exposure to radon gas.

Radon concentration is usually higher in areas located near floors such as basements and ground floors with slabs on the floor.

More specifically, the rooms most at risk of exposure to radon:

  • Living space or work area located in the basement
  • Living space or work area arranged above a crawl space
  • Living space or work area on the ground floor of a building without a basement

The threat is real, invisible, odorless, and carcinogenic.

Don’t wait for one of your employees to develop a serious illness.

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Radon in Figures

A silent, dangerous, and fatal threat present everywhere in Quebec


1st cause of lung cancer among non-smokers

Health Canada


16 % of lung cancer deaths are caused by radon gas

Association pulmonaire du Québec


Breathing 370 Bq/m³ is the equivalent of smoking a pack of cigarettes per day



Radon measure above which radon becomes a danger in your home

Health Canada


In Quebec, near 20% of homes have a high radon concentration requiring an intervention

Association pulmonaires du Québec, TVA nouvelles

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